Data-based decisions by AI are almost always based on probabilities (probabilistic versus deterministic). Because of this, there is always a degree of uncertainty when AI delivers a decision. There has to be an associated degree of confidence or scoring on the reliability of the results. It is for this reason
Successful organizations have long known that their employees are their biggest asset, but recent job numbers show how hard organizations have to work to retain them. According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey, the rate of quit levels remained significant at 4.2 million in
This article describes an experiment under way at China Southern Airlines that is weaving augmented reality, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, the Internet of Things, and 5G connectivity into a single network that is being used to extend human capacities, enhance safety, and improve performance. Technologies sometimes take a surprisingly long
Platform companies like Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Tencent have created value at stunning rates. They grow rapidly and own few assets – and they’ve all made strong use of AI. What can legacy companies learn from these platforms? And is it possible for legacy companies to use this business model,
The last decade has seen exciting developments in AI – and AI researchers are tackling some fundamental challenges to develop it further AI research seeks to understand what intelligence is, and then recreate this through computer systems that can automatically perform tasks that require some level of reasoning or intelligence
Professor Reich comes to Google to discuss the impact of automation & artificial intelligence on our economy. He also provides a recommendation on how we can ensure future technologies benefit the entire economy, not just those at the top. Robert Reich is the Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy at the
In this Spark Documentary the world’s leading experts attempt to build an artificial human based on actress Gemma Chan, star of the sci-fi series Humans, for a ground-breaking scientific stunt that will test just how far away we are from ‘synthetic’ humans.
In 2022 the covid-19 pandemic will continue to impact our lives in many ways. This means that we will continue to see an accelerated rate of digitization and virtualization of business and society. However, as we move into a new year, the need for sustainability, ever-increasing data volumes, and increasing
Chris Bishop discusses the progress and opportunities of artificial intelligence research. The last five years have witnessed a dramatic resurgence of excitement in the goal of creating intelligent machines. Technology companies are now investing billions of dollars in this field, new research laboratories are springing up around the globe, and
Kate Crawford, Distinguished Research Professor at New York University, a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research New York, and the co-founder and co-director of the AI Now Institute, discusses the biases built into machine learning, and what that means for the social implications of AI. About Speaker: Kate Crawford is a
“Today markets are being reshaped by a new kind of firm – one in which artificial intelligence runs the show. This cohort includes giants like Google, Facebook, and Alibaba, and growing businesses such as Wayfair and Ocado. Every time we use their services, the same thing happens: Rather than relying
AI technologies already support many everyday products and services, with further applications to come. Professor Marcus Du Sautoy, mathematician, author, and science communicator speak to leading artificial intelligence experts for a discussion and open forum on technologies with AI at their heart to have the power to change the world.