I am regularly asked to summarize my many posts. I thought it would be a good idea to publish on this blog, every Monday, some of the most relevant articles that I have already shared with you on my social networks.
Today I will share some of the most relevant articles about Artificial Intelligence and in what form you can find it in today’s life. I will also comment on the articles.
On Barrons.com: https://www.barrons.com/articles/ai-stocks-investing-artificial-intelligence-51638579011
Artificial Intelligence Is All the Rage. What You Need to Know. This is the golden age of investing in artificial intelligence, says Eric Schmidt, who used to run Google, now known as Alphabet . UBS calls AI a top investment theme for the coming decade. So, where are all the attractively priced stocks? Don’t suggest using AI to search for them—I spoke with a guy who’s doing just that, and it’s off to a slow start. A great article that could give you hints about investing in AI.
On Inc.com: https://www.inc.com/sarvarth-misra/how-to-adopt-ai-successfully-even-if-youre-a-non-tech-company.html
How to Adopt Artificial Intelligence Successfully Even if You’re a Non-Tech Company. When starting your digital transformation journey, there are just as many dos as there are don’ts. Nowadays, more and more companies are adopting some form of automation like artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language processing. The reasons for such rapid adoption are as compelling as they are varied. But in many cases, AI-enabled systems perform the kinds of tasks that normally require human intelligence, which frees professionals up to accomplish much more and add value to the business. A great article but if you are interested in investing in AI with no means (IT staff or big investment), I suggest you have a look at https://affinityinitiative.com/ they have a bot named Sue which uses small data and easy to use technology for everyone to get the power of AI.
On stuff.co.za: https://stuff.co.za/2021/12/03/artificial-intelligence-may-not-actually-be-the-solution/
Artificial intelligence may not actually be the solution for stopping the spread of fake news. Disinformation has been used in warfare and military strategy over time. But it is undeniably being intensified by the use of smart technologies and social media. This is because these communication technologies provide a relatively low-cost, low-barrier way to disseminate information basically anywhere. The million-dollar question then is: Can this technologically produced problem of scale and reach also be solved using technology? Indeed, the continuous development of new technological solutions, such as artificial intelligence (AI), may provide part of the solution.
On Newsweek.com: https://www.newsweek.com/interpersonal-intelligence-critical-artificial-intelligence-1652892
Interpersonal Intelligence Is Critical for Artificial Intelligence. Interpersonal intelligence unites all aspects of soft skills, emotional intelligence and human differences so that artificial intelligence can serve its purpose with greater competence and conviction. In a world that is racing toward artificial intelligence, we should ensure that we do not compromise the fundamental characteristics of being human toward human beings in the workplace (and every place). Artificial intelligence needs interpersonal intelligence in order to be truly effective.
On Analyticsinsight.net: https://www.analyticsinsight.net/top-developments-in-artificial-intelligence-that-will-shape-2022-and-beyond/
Everything in the digital era is powered by modern developments in artificial intelligence and its sub-technologies. According to a study, 77% of the devices that we use currently have AI built into them. AI is the force behind many modern technological comforts that are now part of our day-to-day lives, from a variety of smart gadgets to Netflix recommendations to products like Amazon’s Alexa and Google Home. Starting from smart home applications and delivery systems to giant robots in factories and robotic surgeons, everything in the digital era is powered by artificial intelligence and its sub-technologies. This article lists the top developments in artificial intelligence that will shape 2022 and beyond.
On Mddionline.com: https://www.mddionline.com/artificial-intelligence/putting-artificial-intelligence-work-cancer-diagnosis-and-treatment
Putting Artificial Intelligence to Work in Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment. AI can help improve cancer diagnosis, aid clinical decision-making, and lead to better health outcomes. Despite major advances in treatment and diagnosis over the past decades, cancer still ranks as a leading cause of mortality and a major impediment to extending life expectancy worldwide. Artificial intelligence’s future involvement in healthcare, particularly in the detection and treatment of cancer, is anticipated to take a variety of forms, ranging from identifying a specific form of cancer to evaluating which therapy method may best treat that particular instance. AI promises to increase customization of cancer care and help individuals live with the illness with a greater quality of life and fewer side effects.
On Benefitspro.com: https://www.benefitspro.com/2021/12/03/how-the-great-resignation-is-accelerating-the-use-of-robotics-and-ai-based-tools/
How the ‘Great Resignation’ is accelerating the use of robotics and AI-based tools. In a tight labor market, HR leaders must begin to leverage technology or be left behind, a robotics expert says. The “Great Resignation” is expediting the Fourth Industrial Revolution, or Industry 4.0 for short — which can bring welcome relief to the current labor shortage. So says Steve Reinharz, founder and CEO of Robotic Assistance Devices based in Ferndale, Michigan, a wholly owned subsidiary of Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions Inc. Industry 4.0 stands to impact every business sector and includes the convergence of IoT, artificial intelligence with machine learning, robotics, high-speed data streaming and a slew of other technologies, Reinharz says. The revolution will include the use of autonomous remote services, commonly known as robotics, and will benefit industries currently bound by personnel.