ISLAMABAD, Dec 19: Artificial intelligence allowed Pakistan's ex-prime minister Imran Khan to campaign from behind bars on Monday, with a voice clone of the opposition leader giving an impassioned speech on his behalf.
It may not be wrong to say that in todays’ date, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the next big technological advancement that holds the power to change how we work and live. The burgeoning demand for AI is here to stay. And healthcare is no exception.
In today's digital world, AI, or artificial intelligence is like a super-smart computer that can change the way we do things in our lives. It can do tasks really fast and learn from what it does. You can see AI all around you, like when Netflix suggests movies for you to watch or when doctors use it to help diagnose illnesses.
In the story of human progress, the 21st century will be marked by the incredible growth of Artificial Intelligence. A big question looms: Can AI do better than humans or not? The answer to this question cannot be limited to a simple "YES" or "NO." The answer is more like a mix of AI's excellent abilities and the unique qualities humans bring to the table.
The global spread of autonomous vehicles has increased the familiarity of the word "AI" (Artificial Intelligence). Nevertheless, this understanding may not apply to all industries or situations, such as healthcare, where AI has a significant impact. AI-powered autonomous vehicles have garnered attention in transportation.
Elon Musk strongly emphasizes that in the age of artificial intelligence (AI), it is imperative for humans to either embrace the integration with machines or face the possibility of becoming obsolete. In the ardent pursuit of transforming this concept into a tangible reality, Musk's unwavering commitment finds a parallel in the scholarly endeavors of esteemed academics.
LONDON, June 14: Artificial intelligence has been used to extract John Lennon’s voice from an old demo to create “the last Beatles record,” decades after the band broke up, Paul McCartney said Tuesday.
Nepal is afflicted by a distressing malady. The unchecked dominance of untrammeled rationalism has worsened societal problems, causing increased suffering for its people. Adding to the concerns is the looming presence of unregulated Artificial Intelligence (AI), which poses a threat to humanity.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become increasingly prevalent in mainstream consciousness, thanks in part to applications like ChatGPT. The emergence of new generative AI tools like ChatGPT has highlighted that AI is no longer confined to academic research or sci-fi stories like 'Ghost in the Shell,' which depict a futuristic world where humans merge with cybernetic technology.
As we delve deeper into the era of artificial intelligence (AI), it has become evident that its transformative power knows no bounds. From revolutionizing our daily lives to reshaping entire societal and political systems, the potential of AI is awe-inspiring. While the idea of replacing politicians with AI may appear implausible to some, it's worth considering given the shortcomings of the current political landscape.
Artificial intelligence and robotics technology, for example, can assist in lessening the physical work necessary for farming, making it a more appealing alternative for young people who are not interested in hard labor. Advanced technology can also support the agriculture industry in increasing crop production while decreasing prices, making farming a more appealing career option for young people.
The current discourse about artificial intelligence not only reflects a narrow view of education. It also represents romanticization of, or alarmism about, new technologies, while insulting students as dishonest by default.
The singularity is the point at which Artificial Intelligence (AI) surpasses human intelligence, leading to a period of exponential growth in AI technology and capabilities. This could have a profound impact on the way that society operates, as AI could be used to automate more and more functions and processes, leading to a world where AI is ubiquitous.
SEOUL, Dec 13: South Korea will soon roll out a pilot project to use artificial intelligence, facial recognition and thousands of CCTV cameras to track the movement of people infected with the coronavirus, despite concerns about the invasion of privacy.
While the concept of AI politicians has started to dominate the public discourse in many parts of the world, the government of Nepal is still clueless about harnessing the power of the AI to deliver better governance.
On January 2, the BBC reported about a study regarding the use of artificial intelligence in making medical diagnosis. The tests carried out during the study showed that the AI based computer system outperformed human doctors in diagnosing breast cancer. The computer algorithm outperformed radiologists in reading mammograms and diagnosing correctly.
NEW YORK – Every new technology rides a wave from hype to dismay. But even by the usual standards, artificial intelligence has had a turbulent run. Is AI a society-renewing hero or a jobs-destroying villain? As always, the truth is not so categorical.
KREUZLINGEN – Artificial intelligence is permeating almost every aspect of life in advanced economies. From governments to businesses to individuals, AI’s reach is sweeping, and its implementation is proving transformational.
VIENNA – The diffusion of artificial intelligence (AI) across the economy has raised the possibility—and for many, the fear—that machines will eventually replace human work. They will not only perform an ever-larger share of mechanical operations, as we have been observing since the first Industrial Revolution, but will also coordinate work by establishing direct communication among machines (the so-called Internet of Things).
Bülent Uyaniker, director of academic affairs and senior AI researcher at Fusemachines, an artificial intelligence talent and education solutions company, leads the AI curriculum research and development team at the company. The curriculum with an input of his experience of over 20 years as data scientist is geared towards enabling the students understand the real world problems and apply their knowledge to solve them.
LONDON – Public discussion of the effects of automation and artificial intelligence (AI) often focuses on the productivity benefits for companies and the economy, on the one hand, and on the potential downside for workers, on the other.
WASHINGTON, Feb 11: U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday will sign an executive order asking federal government agencies to dedicate more resources and investment into research, promotion and training on artificial intelligence (AI), a senior administration official said.
WASHINGTON, Jan 24: The Midwestern states hit hardest by job automation in recent decades, places that were pivotal to U.S. President Donald Trump’s election, will be under the most pressure again as advances in artificial intelligence reshape the workplace, according to a new study by Brookings Institution researchers.