What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)? AI is intelligence demonstrated by machines which would typically be traits of the human mind.
The lure of AI helping automate the battlefield has long been a dream of battlefield commanders. Robots are expendable and don’t demand coffee breaks. The dream came to fruition in the jungles of Vietnam.
Artificial Intelligence is starting to become more present in workplaces and applications. Will AI start to generate real economic value across multiple sectors in 2020? According to PwC, the widespread adoption of AI will add £12.8 trillion to the global GDP by 2030. Initially, you would think that this contribution would primarily be from AI-focused companies. […]
Facebook has pledged to support research into AI mind reading technology in hopes that it could give a voice to those who have lost the ability to speak.
AI is now advanced enough to invent things. Should it be credited for them?
Artificial intelligence is the creation of intelligent machines which are trained to work and react like humans. This field is highly technical and specialised. However, many believe that the UK has lost diversity in this area.
The UK hosted the world’s first surveillance camera day. The UK spends over £2 billion per annum on video surveillance. However, this is not just to flaunt the new tech. The aim is to also raise awareness about surveillance cameras and ignite a debate on how they are used. How much should security cameras be used?
The Mayor of London, has stressed that the next UK Prime Minister needs to prioritise investment in artificial intelligence for the UK. According to Khan, preparation needs to occur for AI’s impact at both the national and local level.
I have been focused on promoting emerging technologies in all UK businesses. Technology, such as Artificial Intelligence, is not just for academics and web giants like Google or Amazon.
There are two main fields of investment which have arisen as goals for the end of 2019: cloud migrations and moving away from Windows 7.