In the B2B supply chain, technology is introducing significant improvements to the way businesses deal with each other. SaaS and Big Data have both played a role in making the supply chain more efficient. Hitachi’s new technology is propelling B2B supply chain technology even further with its new innovation — and one that is likely to impact more B2B business processes than supply chain management.
On Friday (Sept. 4), Japan-based technology conglomerate Hitachi revealed that it has developed supply chain artificial intelligence (AI) to help businesses manage their work orders and gain deeper insight into demand fluctuations.
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A who’s-who grouping of the world’s most prominent minds has signed onto a letter urging robotics researchers to be extremely cautious in developing artificial intelligence (AI) technology, warning that an inevitable military AI arms race could (and likely will) unfold, leading to “a third revolution in warfare.”
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, Tesla’s Elon Musk, scientist Stephen Hawking and more than 1,000 others, presenting at the recent International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Argentina, obviously see the writing on the wall: If AI technologies continue to develop unabated, they say, autonomous weapons systems that operate without human input will eventually commit atrocities like mass genocide and ethnic cleansing campaigns.
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When we talk about artificial intelligence (AI) – which we have done lot recently, including my outline on The Conversation of liability and regulation issues – what do we actually mean?
AI experts and philosophers are beavering away on the issue. But having a usable definition of AI – and soon – is vital for regulation and governance because laws and policies simply will not operate without one.
This definition problem crops up in all regulatory contexts, from ensuring truthful use of the term “AI” in product advertising right through to establishing how next-generation automated weapons systems (AWSs) are treated under the laws of war.
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This post is part of a blog series with Young Scientists ahead of the Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2015, which takes place in Dalian, China, from 9-11 September. In this blog, Carnegie Mellon University’s Louis-Philippe Morency talks about his research into how artificial intelligence can help us recognize mental health conditions such as depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
How’s life at the intersection of artificial intelligence and healthcare?
It’s very exciting right now. The area I’m most interested in is how we can use computer science to help clinicians and healthcare providers recognize mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety or post-traumatic stress disorder through the non-verbal communication of the patient. We call this multimodal machine learning.
This seems like a long term goal: how close are we?
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Earlier this year, there were reports on advances in artificial intelligence. Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk and others voiced their concerns about computers overtaking humans, and it could start in the workplace, CBS News’ Anthony Mason reports.
“Eventually I think most jobs will be replaced, like 75 percent, 80 percent of people are probably not going to work for a living,” New York University’s Gary Marcus told Mason earlier this year.
Since that conversation, the jobs issue has attracted more attention. Recently, two books from technology experts in Silicon Valley foretell a potentially jobless future.
Jerry Kaplan is author of the just-released “Humans Need Not Apply: A Guide to Wealth and Work in the Age of Artificial Intelligence.”
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Short Bytes: Using the Internet of Things we will control our future lives by inculcating electronics and internet in each and every small thing around us. Now take the Internet of Things + cloud in one hand and pick up the power of artificial intelligence + open source in the other, and mix these two. This is how Mycroft was born – an artificially intelligent and open source internet of things platform.
Continue reading Meet Mycroft – World’s 1st Open Source Artificial Intelligence Based on Linux, Raspberry Pi and Arduino
Artificial intelligence will characterize the next major wave of IT innovation, according to Pat Gelsinger, CEO of VMware.
It was the concluding point of his Tuesday keynote at VMworld, which focused on the changing nature of the enterprise. As business becomes increasingly digital, mobile, and cloud-based, the way we run businesses ought to change as well, he said.
Those changes are happening already, but in the background, he sees AI starting to make its presence known. It’s true AI has been “on the way” for decades. But Gelsinger believes its time is finally imminent, and he’s not alone; he recounted a recent conversation with Stanford University President John Hennessey, who believes AI is the most important upcoming wave of technology.
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JUDY WOODRUFF: Now another new addition to the NewsHour Bookshelf.
Tonight’s focus is the brave new world of artificial intelligence.
Jeffrey Brown has that.
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I love good science fiction because there is always a glimpse of a thought, an idea that ultimately becomes something tangible in our world.
But Elon Musk’s (Tesla, SpaceX) and Stephen Hawking’s warning about perfecting AI (artificial intelligence) could lead us to create a demon we can’t control made me wonder if it isn’t already too late.
We’re already struggling to understand and manage AI
AI is only one of our technological advances that will lead to Google’s Raymond Kurzweil’s favorite subject, Singularity.
Kurzweil is also one of the founders of six-year-old Singularity University and his goal is to live 700 years +/-.
Actually, the way technology is rushing, he could live a helluva’ lot longer … just not in his present form.
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“Humans, who are limited by slow biological evolution, couldn’t compete and would be superseded [by artificial intelligence].”
– Professor Stephen Hawking, University of Cambridge
These words from renowned physicist Stephen Hawking, as well as the impending presidential campaign of self-proclaimed “transhumanist” Zoltan Istvan, paint quite an exciting picture regarding the future role of artificial intelligence (AI) in everyday life. After all, Istvan’s idea of integrated immortality via the growth of AI being just within reach of humanity’s grasp is definitely a topic that stirs up quite a bit of controversy and discussion among experts and casual friends alike.
However, the notion of this virtual force assuming direct control of certain societal functions isn’t just limited to fascinating conversations and hypotheticals found in the distant future. In fact, certain members of the content marketing community feel that this reality is right around the corner for a human-driven industry that views itself as both vibrant and irreplaceable. With this in mind, let’s take a look at the future relationship between content marketing and AI, as well as what this development could mean for content marketers like yourself moving forward.
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