Each week SwissCognitive selects 9 articles from the Artificial Intelligence Universe to share with our community.
This week you can read about robot servants, the difference between Westerners and Japanese, the necessary trust in Artificial Intelligence and more.
The SwissCognitive Team
If it is to drive business success, AI cannot hide in a black box.
When will we have robots that can do housework, communicate in natural language conversations and defend themselves against discrimination?
The hierarchies of Judeo-Christian religions mean that those cultures tend to fear their overlords. Beliefs like Shinto and Buddhism are more conducive to have faith in peaceful coexistence.
The coming of AI will be different than technological revolutions of the past. We should not expect it to be an easy adjustment.
While there’s no denying the increased presence of AI in our everyday lives, it is not yet a serious rival to human creativity.
From automated ML to AI-based contact center, Google wants AI to become accessible to both developers and enterprises.
Are machines likely to become smarter than humans? No, says Jean-Gabriel Ganascia: this is a myth inspired by science fiction.
It’s no secret that Tesla wants to use more artificial intelligence in its business. Elon Musk even left Open AI’s board due to potential conflict with Tesla’s own AI effort.
Five professionals tell us what an AI job actually involves—and none of it requires building sentient killer robots.