There is much talk and stress about the robots taking our jobs, and for sure they will. But there are still uniquely human traits that the robots cannot replace, if ever. Maybe the robotic revolution will allow us to be even more human than in a long time. The industrial revolution have given us riches, but for sure also sent many people into a mechanic rut. Maybe this is a way back to who we once were.
Deloitte just released their report Tech Trends 2017: The Kinetic Enterprise, where they highlight the expected of Machine Intelligence (MI). Yes, they think we have focused too much on Artificial Intelligence (AI), which they say is a subset of Machine Intelligence (MI). As they describe it, MI also includes machine learning, deep learning, cognitive analytics, robotics process automation (RPA), and bots.
Deloitte also sees three areas as driving the development of MI: Exponential data growth, Faster distributed systems, and Smarter algorithms. And as we can see in the image below, all the tech giants are doing acquisitions to be better at MI. Given the sizes of these companies, and how many applications they offer us privately and professionally, this will have an enormous impact on us the coming years.
Great overview of how artificial intelligence is applied today. More areas will of course appear later, but this is an overview of what happens now.
Artificial Intelligence – ZEROS UNIVERSE
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Artificial intelligence is one of the most exciting scientific developments in human history. Only a decade ago, AI was a far-fetched fairy tale. Advancements in deep learning have propelled AI enthusiasts’ wildest dreams into reality. In fact, artificial intelligence is already a part of our everyday lives, whether it be in the form of your email app that learns what messages you frequently trash or the digital assistant tracking your speech patterns. AI is more than a passing fad or unfortunate bubble. It’s the future.
New robots mimic life.
This robot that flies like a bat could pave the future for drones – Mashable
Interesting input on how schools can benefit from artificial intelligence, for example by letting the machines free time from the teachers.
Artificial Intelligence and Education – Data Science Central
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Interesting reflections on how Marketing can be affected by artificial intelligence, including an overview.
The Robot Revolution: Why Marketers Should Prepare for the Rise of Artificial Intelligence