Renowned audit, data and cybersecurity consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers recently released six predictions for AI this year. The London-based firm also made predictions on how AI will impact the world economy by 2030, such as growing the world economy by $15.7 … Continue reading PwC Releases AI Predictions for 2019
AI and Deep Learning were conceived to allow people to have a tool that would be much more efficient and objective in handling huge amounts of data, and arriving at a desired result that would benefit everyone. Ironically, one expert … Continue reading Expert: Are AI and Deep Learning Biased?
The Henn Na Hotel or “Strange Hotel” in Japan gained world recognition when the Guinness Book of World Records awarded it with the title of being the “World’s First Robot Hotel” back when it opened in 2015. Unfortunately, Henn Na’s … Continue reading World’s First Hotel Partially Run by Robots ‘Fires’ Most of Robot Staff
Valve Corporation, the company behind direct-to-drive PC games vendor Steam, will soon roll out a new “recommendation engine” that will suggest video games that suit customers’ individual tastes. While there already is a function on Steam that “curates” a Steam … Continue reading Steam to Use Machine Learning to Suggest Games to Buyers
Futurist and AI expert Kai-Fu Lee is touted as the “prophet” when it comes to predicting AI trends, and to what direction AI will take us. One of his bold predictions is how AI will “dramatically change the labor markets” … Continue reading Renowned AI Expert Pinpoints “Irreplaceable” Jobs for Humans
At least three different research teams based in California, the Netherlands and Germany are developing an AI that can “decipher” brain activity and translate it into speech. The aim is to allow patients who are paralyzed, recovering from a stroke, … Continue reading Research Teams Race to Develop “Speech Prosthetic” with AI
In what may not come as a surprise, tech billionaire Elon Musk shares his opinion about whether an actual human being will be the first settler to take up residence on the red planet. So who or what does Musk believe … Continue reading Elon Musk: AI, Not Humans, Could be 1st Martian Settle
Over the past year, we’ve seen the steady increase in AI startups, the widened portfolio of industries that AI is being applied in, and the substantial increase of investment into AI. With this uptick of AI pervasiveness, another inevitability is … Continue reading The Terminated: Are There Still “AI-Proof” Jobs?
Movies sometimes portray law enforcement agencies using AI to identify terrorists from surveillance videos in public areas, making it easier to identify and apprehend them; while this is a fictional portrayal of AI in law enforcement, the Japanese National Police … Continue reading Japanese Police Taps Experimental AI in Anti-Terror Investigations
A British-based software company called “Arm” is busy working on a smart microchip that can be woven into clothing and detect body odor with the use of AI. The chip will be comprised of at least 8 sensors that can … Continue reading UK company “Arm” Creates AI to Detect Body Odor
Renewable energy sources like solar panels are difficult to track. Some solar panels are privately-owned, can be found on the rooftops of homes, while others are comprised of huge installations spanning vast swaths of land. Knowing how many solar panels … Continue reading Stanford University Engineers Create AI to Pinpoint every Solar Panel in America
According to Entrepreneur.com, further advances in AI, machine learning and the Internet of Things will translate into drastic improvements in the way healthcare will be delivered to patients. From diagnosis to treatment and safeguarding patient data, AI will significantly change … Continue reading Entrepreneur.com Lists the 5 Ways AI will change Healthcare in the Future