Tag Archives: Artificial Intelligence

This Robot Video Will Show You Why It’s So Hard To Predict The Future

If the threat of AI and Robots frightens you then you’re probably leaving out some very important math. If you’ve been following the work of Boston Dynamics (currently owned by Softbank) you’ve probably seen some of their four legged and wheeled robots which are able to navigate all sorts of obstacles and remain standing after being kicked, shoved, and pushed. ...

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Simple Analogy to Demystify AI

Still Trying To Demystify AI? Here’s A Simple Analogy That Even A 10-Year-Old Can Follow. The buzz about AI is everywhere, but most of us still think of AI as a black box. It isn’t. Look Ma…No Hands! In the first column of this two-part series I talked about how leading-edge AI, such as DeepMind’s AlphaGo Zero, can train itself ...

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AI Will Create Many More Jobs Than It Kills

Artificial Intelligence and the Consulting Industry

As I was listening to Dr. Norbert Gaus, an EVP at Siemens and Head of R&D in Digitalization and Automation at Siemens ConneCTs 2018, I was struck by something that he said: “Artificial Intelligence (AI) will create many more jobs than it kills. We have to protect jobs with AI, not against AI. People act as if AI is new, ...

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Teaching Robots to Play Before Putting Them to Work

Recently I had the opportunity to attend Siemens ConneCTs 2018 in Princeton, New Jersey, an event billed as a science fair for adults with a theme this year of AI & the Rise of Autonomous Systems. Dr. Kurt Bettenhausen, the Senior Vice President of Corporate Technology for Siemens US, opened the event and introduced a future of manufacturing automation challenge ...

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Artificial Intelligence Needs Conversational Intelligence. Here’s Why:

Historically, building technology had been about capabilities and features. Engineers and product designers would come up with new things that they thought people wanted, figure out how to make them work and ship “new and improved” products. The result was often things that were maddeningly difficult to use. That began to change when Don Norman published his classic, The Design ...

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Four Things Every Leader Should Know About Applying Artificial Intelligence To Business

Artificial Intelligence and the Consulting Industry

IPsoft is, in many ways, an unusual entrant into the crowded, but burgeoning, artificial intelligence industry. First of all, it is not a startup, but a 20-year-old company and its leader isn’t some millennial savant, but a fashionable former NYU professor named Chetan Dube. It bills its cognitive agent, Amelia, as the “world’s most human AI.” It got its start ...

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How Gandhi Would Lead Us Toward An AI Future

Every discussion about artificial intelligence seems to alternate between utopia and dystopia. Some believe that the productivity unleashed through automation will lift up all of society, creating a world of superabundance and more meaningful work, while others see robots taking our jobs and an acceleration of trends favoring capital over labor. In fact, in an article in Harvard Business Review, ...

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