80% of those polled said their own job will “probably” or “definitely” still exist at that time

​Most Americans Think Robots Will Take All the Jobs, Just Not Theirs. Some two-thirds of the Americans believe that in fifty years, robots and computers will "probably" or "definitely" be performing most of the work currently carried out by humans. While we might believe automation is a threat to the workforce at large, individually, we... Continue Reading →

We’ll experience a new age of productivity about a decade from now

A New age of productivity about a decade from now will come from all of today’s advances: AI, robotics, large amounts of data that allow us to better understand our world and our humanity, creating a positive future. Long-promised, long-awaited, and still missing, corporate productivity gains driven by all our technology will be in 2028.... Continue Reading →

Google arguably has the best AI on the planet – former head of Amazon’s Alexa AI

Google arguably has the best AI on the planet - former head of Amazon’s Alexa AI

How automating feedback with AI powered conversations can aid decision making in real-time

How automating feedback with AI powered conversations can aid decision making in real-timeAll systems need feedback to learn, improve and course correct. The autopilot functionality in driverless cars is a perfect example. Sensors measure the desired speed and position of the vehicle — among other indicators — and send that data to control systems which adjust accordingly.Gathering rich, organic... Continue Reading →

Robots could soon become advanced enough to make their own decisions

Robots could soon become advanced enough to make their own decisions

An Oxford Study shows that 47% of US jobs are at risk of being displaced by automation and computerization

An Oxford Study shows that 47% of US jobs are at risk of being displaced by automation and computerization The study from 2013 examined over 700 occupation types to reveal which may be vulnerable in the coming decades and finds that the precarious jobs are not limited to those based on computation and routine tasks. Google's... Continue Reading →

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