Archive for October, 2015

Al Gore’s new version of capitalism

A growing number of economists warn that ever shorter time horizons are destroying businesses and entire economies. Since the publication of An Inconvenient Truth, Al Gore has become a partner in the Silicon Valley venture-capital firm Kleiner Perkins and is a member of the Apple board.

Will the rise of the Robots implode the World Economy?

If you’re using nutrition coaching apps like Lark, you know we’re a breath away from Intelligent Assistants (IA) as portrayed so brilliantly in Her, the movie. Robots and AI Systems are already landing planes, writing news stories, and emotional robots may be your very best friend or

Stephen Hawking says we should really be scared Of Capitalism, not Robots

When Stephen Hawking speaks, we listen to his bites of wisdom. In a Reddit Ask Me Anything session last week, the scientist predicted that economic inequality will skyrocket as more jobs become automated and the rich owners of machines refuse to share their fast-proliferating wealth. “If machines produce

Artificial Intelligence systems found to have the IQ of a 4-year-old

Science Alert: They’re gaining on us! Experts think improvements in machine learning and natural language capabilities (see Siri, Google Now, and Cortana) will lead to AI systems that are much better at thinking like humans in the next few years. Conducted by a team from the

Awesome Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Gifthub, the ultimate online destination for coders, has a great repository on Artificial Intelligence (AI). It’s a curated list of Artificial Intelligence (AI) courses, books, video lectures and papers. If you’re as interested in the subject as we are, you definitely need to check out this resource.

What exactly is the Internet of Things? #IoT

One of the best resources on the Internet of Things can be found on Postscapes.com. The website includes lots of information on the subject: articles, books, websites, media, organisations, events, and IoT Stack and an IoT Toolkit. Check out this excellent infographic below by postscapes and