Posts in tag

Automation


In 2022, we will see artificial intelligence continue along the path to becoming the most transformative technology humanity has ever developed. According to Google CEO Sundar Pichai, its impact will be even greater than that of fire or electricity on our development as a species. This may seem like a very ambitious claim, but considering …

Research oriented introduction to robojournalism, or automated journalism, and its current state. Have you come across a robojournalist? Robojournalism is an awesome way to produce reports on repetitive events available to people and at the same time letting human journalists focus on work that requires research and human insight. One example of such system is Quakebot …

The typical Australian will change careers five to seven times during their professional lifetime, by some estimates. And this is likely to increase as new technologies automate labour, production is moved abroad, and economic crises unfold. Jobs disappearing is not a new phenomenon – have you seen an elevator operator recently? – but the pace …

How Cloud Computing and Artificial Intelligence can bring benefits to your business. I like to say that I was born in Information Technology (IT) from my career perspective. I had my adolescence when Cloud Computing (Cloud) was the hot word and emerging technology. Now, I am entering my adult life with Artificial Intelligence (AI). Hopefully, …

Earlier, widespread automation meant the introduction of service sector jobs or big stupid machines doing repetitive work in factories. That’s not the case a couple of decades down the line, is it? Now there is software that can land aircraft, diagnose cancer, and trade stocks for you🐱‍👓 Machines are now capable of breaking down complex …

Existing approaches to artificial intelligence for self-driving cars don’t account for the fact that people might try to use the autonomous vehicles to do something bad, researchers report. For example, let’s say that there is an autonomous vehicle with no passengers and it’s about to crash into a car containing five people. It can avoid …

The Future of Jobs Report 2020 reveals how the pandemic has caused the labour market to change faster than expected. The workforce is automating faster than expected, according to The Future of Jobs Report 2020. Released by the World Economic Forum (WEF), the research sheds light on how pandemic-related disruptions have accelerated the arrival of the future of …

Some companies are using AI for end-to-end decision-making, but not all decisions can be made without human intervention. Here are some real-world cases. As artificial intelligence (AI) ascends in the marketplace, the burning question remains as to how far it can be trusted when it comes to the “last mile,” the final decision that follows the analytics …

In many parts of the U.S., robots have been replacing workers over the last few decades. But to what extent, really? Some technologists have forecast that automation will lead to a future without work, while other observers have been more skeptical about such scenarios. Now a study co-authored by an MIT professor puts firm numbers …

We’re in the midst of a public health emergency, and life as we know it has ground to a halt. The places we usually go are closed, the events we were looking forward to are canceled, and some of us have lost our jobs or fear losing them soon. But although it may not seem …