This week’s Automation articles feature renowned AI experts who have recently shed light on how Artificial Intelligence could transform the world over the next 20 years and investigate what happens when deepfakers attack the deepfakers. Others, on the other hand, believe that Machine Learning (ML) is an apt word for achieving AI aims. Using tools with incredible powers in the limited sectors in which they can be used. As a result, combining machine learning with human operators is a preferable alternative.
Technology is having an impact on a wide range of businesses, including the healthcare industry. “Bionic Eye” is one such technology. A visual device that can be worn outside the body. To aid in the restoration of visual disabilities in those who have lost all or part of their vision. Furthermore, the cloud can automatically produce reliable datasets of creating picture masks using generative adversarial networks (GANs).
There is much more to explore. Let’s dive into automation world!
10) Artificial Intelligence and the ‘Gods Behind the Masks’
IN AI 2041: Ten Visions for Our Future, AI expert Kai-Fu Lee and coauthor Chen Qiufan answer the question “How will artificial intelligence change the world over the next 20 years?” Lee’s technical explanations sit alongside Chen’s fictional short stories to produce an exploration of the perils and possibilities of AI.
Read More: Wired
Author: KAI-FU LE & CHEN QIUFA
9) The term AI overpromises. Let’s make machine learning work better for humans instead
- Current ‘artificial intelligence’ operates on a limited ‘monkey see monkey do’ basis.
- There is little sign such systems can make the leap to higher forms of cognition.
- We should concentrate our efforts into better integrating machine learning with human operators.
8) Bionic Eye Technology – A New Hope Towards Artificial Retina
The world’s advancing at a pace that’s never before. With modern solutions for problems that had seemed unsolvable for many years. We’ve entered a stage where the industrial space has grown exponentially. Businesses utilizing the latest technologies to gain a wider customer base. While also creating opportunities for growth overall.
Read More: Automeme
7) Neural Networks Help Remove Clouds From Aerial Images
Researchers and scientists from the Division of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering at Osaka University were able to digitally remove clouds from aerial images by using generative adversarial networks (GANs). With the resulting data, they could automatically generate accurate datasets of building image masks.
Read More: Unite.ai
6) Apple Cares About Privacy Unless You Work At Apple
The company has taken a strong stance on safeguarding its customers’ data — but some employees don’t believe it protects theirs.
Read More: The Verge
5) With A.I., business leaders must prioritize safety over speed
As business sets about deploying A.I. at scale, the focus is increasingly shifting from the use of the technology to create and capture value to the inherent risks that A.I.-based systems entail. Watchdog bodies such as the Artificial Intelligence Incident Database have already documented hundreds of cases of A.I.-related complaints, ranging from the questionable scoring of students’ exams to the inappropriate use of algorithms in recruiting and the differential treatment of patients by health care systems.
Read More: Fortune
Author: FRANÇOIS CANDELON & THEODOROS EVGENIOU
4) Does Automation Result In More Jobs Being Created?
Read More: Forbes
Author: Adi Gaskell
3) Good vs. Evil with Modern AI: What’s the Solution?
The recent objections to using A.I.-generated audio to mimic Anthony Bourdain’s voice without disclosing it to viewers in a new documentary is one such example of this tale. Most revolutionary technology can be used for good or bad, and the deepfake like the one used for Bourdain is no exception.
Read More: Tech Native
2) 5G-ENCODE reveals next phase of network slicing for industrial 5G
UK government-backed next-generation network project 5G-ENCODE switches on the second phase of its network at the National Composites Centre, as it bids to move a step closer to realizing the commercial benefits of 5G in manufacturing.
Read More: Computer Weekly
Author: Joe O’Halloran
1) FinTech: A way to improve financial inclusion
- FinTech, or financial technology, is a “rapidly growing industry segment aiming to deliver financial services more broadly and efficiently with a tremendous innovation using powerful online technologies, enabled big data, and cloud computing.
- From new developments in banking and shopp1aing to online lending and digital currency, FinTech is paving the way to a more financially inclusive and sustainable future.