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Every week SwissCognitive - The Global AI Hub - selects 9 articles from the Artificial Intelligence Universe to share with our community.
This week you can read about the challenges of the battle between AI and Human Inteligence, how AI can also support goverments and public sector, and how railroad industry is appllying technology to improve train tracks.
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AI needs to rely on facts and logic, be able to make sense of an opponent’s line of reasoning and to navigate human language fully which has been one of the most challenging feats.
Marketers must question what will give them the necessary confidence in their adtech partners’ approach to apply AI and develop the right interaction to maximize advertment.
While the attention is usually focused on AI impacts on business, it can also have a major impact on society and politics, both at domestic and international levels.
Though the use of technology does not make the calculation definitive. AI helps produce a more precise estimate because it uses computers to try to count every person.
Would the emerging convergence of the current IoT infrastructure with blockchain and artificial intelligence bring much-needed security to the changing internet?
Described as a “turbo-charged” flu vaccine, it has an extra component that stimulates the human immune system to make more antibodies against the flu virus than a normal vaccine.
Industry insiders show off the latest technology designed to make train tracks as safe as possible, with the latest gadgets and tools capable of out-smarting their human controllers.
The global online language learning market was pegged at $9 billion in 2018. The aim is to make lessons more engaging by automatically tailoring them to each individual.
The biggest impacts may be on jobs, not only on the nature of work itself but on the availability of work. Some are predicting that AI will trigger massive job losses; others see AI producing a net gain in employment.