Posts Tagged ‘intelligence‘

AI: not replacing, but augmenting, empowering humans

Leonhard addressed software architects here and made a presentation on ‘AI as utility – 2020: Observations and foresights,’ hosted by Envestnet India…Humanity will change more in the next 20 years than in the previous 300 years, he said. Read more from The Hindu Business Line

The Upside of A.I. Development

The question will be whether enough new jobs can be created to replace those that have been taken over by smart machines. Will artificial general intelligence be developed? Maybe. And if AGI is developed, that’s where caution needs to be taken. Is humankind in danger?

Automation Could Make Us Useless

The “de-skilling” that occurs when pilots no longer fly planes is happening across the board…It’s just one of the risks, Carr suggests, of becoming “a ward of our phones”: we are disembodying ourselves, removing ourselves from the world, living via screens and interfaces, and losing

The Internet of Things Landscape

…Early adopters in these verticals are using the IoT to pioneer new product areas and to find efficiencies that save money or reduce demand for resources…Consumers in these verticals are able to see the internet extended beyond desktops and mobile devices. As with any gold

The Future of Computer Intelligence Is Everything but Artificial

Link: The Future of Computer Intelligence Is Everything but Artificial Nick Stockton, wired.com Computers are already smart, just in their own ways. They catalogue the breadth of human knowledge, find meaning in mushroom clouds of data, and fly spacecraft to other worlds. And they’re getting

How Will Adding Intelligence to Everyday Things Change Your World?

Link: How Will Adding Intelligence to Everyday Things Change Your World? singularitarian: On a global level, we are adding connected intelligence to both machines and objects using chips, micro sensors, and both wired and wireless networks to create a rapidly growing “Internet of things” sharing

smarterplanet: Samsung and the University of Texas conspire for thought controlled tablets – SlashGear Electronics giant Samsung is working with researchers at the University of Texas on a project that has to do with providing control of a tablet using brain waves.