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 Nippon.com: https://www.nippon.com/en/japan-topics/g00984/artificial-intelligence-to-evaluate-quality-find-fish.html
Artificial Intelligence to Evaluate Quality, Find Fish. AI solutions are being rolled out to evaluate tuna quality and to locate rich sanma Pacific saury fishing grounds. With fewer people going into the fishing industry nowadays, technology could lend a helping hand. What do professionals think about the idea?
On Economic Times Indiatimes.com https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/defence/drdo-chairman-asks-scientists-to-focus-on-cybersecurity-space-and-artificial-intelligence/articleshow/80063258.cms
DRDO chairman asks scientists to focus on cybersecurity, space and artificial intelligence. The scientists working at the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) need to focus on the next generation needs of the armed forces in cybersecurity, space and artificial intelligence, its Chairman G Satheesh Reddy said on Friday. In his speech at an event to mark the 60th foundation day of the DRDO, Reddy said academic institutes, research and development (R&D) organisations and the industry need to work together on advanced and futuristic technologies to make India self-reliant in the defence sector.
On BusinessTimes.com: https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/garage/impressai-uses-artificial-intelligence-to-automate-recruitment-process
Impress.ai uses artificial intelligence to automate recruitment process. Hiring the right person for the job is no easy task. Recruiters often have to plough through stacks of CVs and sit through numerous interviews to identify suitable candidates. To make this process faster and fairer, a local start-up, impress.ai, uses artificial intelligence. I have been writing about this subject on https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/artificial-intelligence-recruitment-two-peas-pod-nicolas-babin/
On Fintechtime.com: https://thefintechtimes.com/new-lords-report-finds-no-room-for-government-complacency-on-artificial-intelligence/
A new report has found that the Government needs to better coordinate its artificial intelligence (AI) policy and technology by national and local government. The House of Lords Liaison Committee’s report, ‘AI in the UK: No Room for Complacency’, has concluded that ethical AI is the only sustainable way forward, and the Government should move from deciding what the ethics are, to how to instil them in the development and deployment of AI systems.
The global artificial intelligence market is expected to top US$40 billion in 2020, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 43.39 percent, according to Market Insight Reports. AI’s remarkable achievements and continuing rapid expansion into new domains are undeniable. However, as with most nascent technologies, there are still bugs to work out. This is the fourth Synced year-end compilation of “Artificial Intelligence Failures.” Our aim is not to shame nor downplay AI research, but to look at where and how it has gone awry with the hope that we can create better AI systems in the future.
On thenextweb.com: https://thenextweb.com/neural/2021/01/01/what-the-hell-is-an-ai-factory-syndication/
If you follow the news on artificial intelligence, you’ll find two diverging threads. The media and cinema often portray AI with human-like capabilities, mass unemployment, and a possible robot apocalypse. Scientific conferences, on the other hand, discuss progress toward artificial general intelligence while acknowledging that current AI is weak and incapable of many of the basic functions of the human mind. But regardless of where they stand in comparison to human intelligence, today’s AI algorithms have already become a defining component for many sectors, including health care, finance, manufacturing, transportation, and many more. And very soon “no field of human endeavor will remain independent of artificial intelligence,” as Harvard Business School professors Marco Iansiti and Karim Lakhani explain in their book Competing in the Age of AI: Strategy and Leadership When Algorithms and Networks Run the World.
On Analyticsinsight.net https://www.analyticsinsight.net/robots-are-already-here-are-humans-ready/
Robots are already here, are humans ready? The interaction between both humans and robots is done under a controlled or determined object recognition and speech functioning. Automation has transformed work for quite a long time. 200 years back in Britain, the Luddites rose up, crushing the machines that made their weaving skills outdated.