Dear Cognitive RoundUp Readers,
With only a couple of days left of 2018, we are happy to present the latest 8 articles from the expanding world of AI that gained the most attention over the last 7 days on the Twitter page of SwissCognitive – The Global AI Hub, and also one of the most read articles of 2018.
In this week's Global Edition, you can read about a general overview of AI in 2018, as well as some predictions for 2019. Very importantly, one of the articles addresses a key concern on how the education system will need to prepare for changes in the future which are expected to transform the employment landscape.
Very interesting reads again, as throughout the past year. Let's continue monitoring the world of AI in 2019 too and keep sharing & discussing what has been achieved already & what incredible potentials cognitive technologies still hold for us in the future.
We are wishing you a fantastic new year!
The SwissCognitive Team
This past year saw the early stages of AI and ML adoption in the business world begin to solidify. While the growth will continue in 2019, it is still early stage growth.
2019 will literally be marked with greater clarity than ever before, thanks to the accelerating convergence of hardware and systems that extend our visual capabilities with artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Technological changes such as automation and artificial intelligence are expected to transform the employment landscape. The question is: how will our education system keep up and ensure that today's children are well prepared for the changes that the future brings?
Artificial intelligence is in every part of our lives and it has already conquered the skies. It looks like AI will create significant added value in civil aviation, making operations during the flight more effective and reducing the cost of flights.
Responsible use of AI solutions in Health Care could improve, and even save people's lives. This article reveals five ways that AI and Machine Learning will likely be affecting your health care in the very near future.
We’ve heard so many stories lately about the frankly horrifying degree to which facial recognition leads to tracking or privacy invasions. But a startup specializing in AI is instead leveraging facial recognition technology to find human trafficking victims.
From a science-fiction dream to a critical part of our everyday lives, artificial intelligence is everywhere. But the more we study and develop artificial intelligence, the clearer it becomes that this massively powerful tool comes with a great deal of responsibility.
A computer system that uses the same method of visual learning that humans use. This is an important step toward general artificial intelligence systems: computers that learn on their own, are intuitive, make decisions based on reasoning and interact with humans in a more human-like way.
“This system can reduce the decision-making process about certain chemical manufacturing processes from one year to a matter of weeks, saving tons of chemical waste and energy in the process.”