Category Archives: AI

Best of 2019: 60 Years of Progress in AI

[January 8, 2019] Today is the first day of CES 2019 and artificial intelligence (AI) “will pervade the show,” says Gary Shapiro, chief executive of the Consumer Technology Association. One hundred and thirty years ago today (January 8, 1889), Herman … Continue reading

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Data Will Continue Eating the World in the 2020s

It’s difficult to make predictions, especially about the future. But one fairly safe prediction is that data will continue eating the world in 2020 and the coming decade. The most important tech trend since the 1990s will no doubt accentuate its presence in our … Continue reading

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Best of 2019: Data is Eating the World

[June 30, 2019] Data is eating the world. It has been the most important tech trend since the 1990s. But to paraphrase Robert Solow, “You can see data everywhere but in the Internet statistics.” The most astute and influential observers … Continue reading

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Machine Learning Algorithms

Murat Durmus: an overview of the most proven algorithms that are mainly used in the field of predictive analytics

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99 Predictions About AI in 2020

“Q: How worried do you think we humans should be that machines will take our jobs? A: It depends what role machine intelligence will play. Machine intelligence in some cases will be useful for solving problems, such as translation. But … Continue reading

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AI by the Numbers: Only 4% of U.S. Executives Plan to Deploy AI Enterprise-wide in 2020

Recent surveys, studies, forecasts and other quantitative assessments of the progress of AI found that 70% of Americans would not trust an autonomous vehicle but 72% of Chinese consumers would trust one; Only 4% of U.S. executives plan to deploy … Continue reading

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Aging and Automation

The “under-appreciated” workforce — experienced workers with long tenures at their companies, aged 50 and above — are estimated to have contributed $7.6 trillion to U.S. economic activity in 2015, set to jump to over $13.5 trillion by 2032, according … Continue reading

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