Artificial intelligence

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Uncharted Waters: Navigating Success in Mixed Reality Marketing
By Jodi Schiller

AR is going to be as important as eating three meals a day, and once it's arrived, we will wonder how we ever lived without it, similar to how we feel about our phones.   Read More

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Are AI Products Making Humans into Former Employees?
By Pierce Ivory

AI, or Artificial Intelligence, seems to be the favorite topic appearing in today's ongoing press releases. There are a lot of talks, a lot of implied fear, and even more confusion and misunderstanding about what exactly AI is and is not.   Read More

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Humans and Machines: The Ultimate Partnership?
By Thomson Reuters

By 2022, the biggest impact of AI (artificial intelligence) and machine learning will be the transformation of knowledge work.   Read More

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Tech Blitz: A.I. Takes Over Jobs, Smart Beds Keeps up with Your Tossing, Turning, and Snoring
By Izenda Content Strategist

This look at recent tech highlights includes machines taking over the Earth, a smart bed to help you sleep, and how researchers can turn on a kill switch for mice.   Read More

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Virtuous Machines -- How Analytics Will Underpin Artificial Intelligence
By Isabelle Guis

Socrates' view of human nature is summed up in the doctrine: to be knowledgeable is to be virtuous. Researchers in artificial intelligence have relied on philosophy (thinking about thinking), in addition to examining smart animals and engineering intelligence in machines. Tech companies like Apple and Google are already trying to build programs capable of reproducing human capabilities to learn and solve problems.   Read More

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Artificial Intelligence: How Being Too Smart Could Hurt
By Isabelle Guis

As tech leaders like Microsoft, SFDC, Google, and Apple have made recent announcements on AI, it's worth wondering: when AI will be ubiquitous and users will constantly interact with it, how will it change our use of technology and even our behavior?   Read More