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AI On Board A Real Space Odyssey In 2035

“What do you think you’re doing, Dave?” This iconic line from 2001: A Space Odyssey is spoken by one of the earliest on-screen concepts of artificial intelligence, HAL. In the movie, HAL takes over the spaceship and turns on the crew, making this also one of the earliest on-screen AI villains.


AI is Getting Closer to Understanding Humans

Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the leading (if not the leading) topics of conversation these days. The recent advances in AI have made it even more than before and are now closer to reality than you might imagine. Until the last decade, computers were not as sophisticated at producing sentences that make sense. They could not compete with humans in many aspects and humans seem irreplaceable in areas such as language. However, the past few years has changed the narrative completely. The field of natural language processing (NLP) has advanced significantly and machines are now competing humans and are even showing signs of understanding human language.


New data reveals Google as the tech giant acquiring the most AI startups

Corporate giants such as Google, IBM and Apple are competing in the race to acquire private AI companies, but who's making the most investments? RS Components has analysed the acquisition records of some of the world's biggest tech giants over the last decade to see who's investing the most in AI startups. You can view the piece, and each company's acquisitions in full here.


Themes In AI From Around The World

The global race to produce AI has caused some interesting developments in countries around the world. The world’s nations are certainly onboard with the rise of AI. As such, the international community has moved to embrace and employ AI. Major nations around the world have invested in research and development to advance AI.


The Love Language Of AI

As algorithms get exponentially more advanced, AI will become even more lifelike. But, the biggest gap between real and virtual is a hurdle almost impossible to imagine in a machine; can AI account for emotion and feelings? To date, one of the hardest things for AI to emulate is human emotion. AI robots shown at the Consumer Electronics Show still appear “off” when compared to humans. We already make synthetic models that look convincingly human. Remarkably lifelike and able to respond with intelligence and knowledge far exceeding one human’s capacity, they still ring false.


Should we be worried that AI will steal our jobs?

Will technology, and specifically artificial intelligence (AI), destroy our careers? Indeed, the possibility of jobs being overtaken by machines has been a regular theme across media headlines. I want to pose a different question, however – what if AI will instead improve our career prospects?


AI Influences A New Frontier For Jobs

The world’s embrace of artificial intelligence has influenced many aspects of our lives. Across a wide swath of sectors, artificial intelligence is fast becoming a mainstay tech, so it’s no surprise that there could be an impact to businesses when it comes to hiring.


Saying Goodbye To 2019

The New Year is always a good time to reflect and renew, a perfect time to look back at the last twelve months before launching into the next. So, before we get too much further into 2020 and all that will unfold, here’s a look back at a few of the most spectacular artificial intelligence advances and failures of 2019.


AI Is Flying High On The Gartner Hype Curve

There’s always been a media buzz about AI, but if you noticed an increase this year, there’s a reason. Headlines and breaking news about AI are not just hype; there is substance to these news stories. AI is capturing attention because the technology is not only new and revolutionary, but it keeps delivering.


Ethics And AI: Are We Ready For The Rise Of Artificial Intelligence?

No job in the United States has seen more hiring growth in the last five years than artificial-intelligence specialist, a position dedicated to building AI systems and figuring out where to implement them. But is that career growth happening at a faster rate than our ability to address the ethical issues involved when machines make decisions that impact our lives and possibly invade our privacy?


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