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Will AI Take Control of Jobs in the Future?

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"Will AI Take Control of Jobs in the Future?" you might wonder. When you ask a group of people for their thoughts, you will certainly get a range of responses. Some might argue that "no, AI will make our jobs easier," while others might argue that "yes, we will undoubtedly lose our jobs." It's a controversial issue that's been a mystery for a long time. However, since the release of COVID-19, a lot has changed in our lifestyles, businesses, and economy as a whole. AI is no exception, and it is educating us about its importance.


This chemist is reimagining the discovery of materials using AI and automation

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Imagine computer programs that use precise knowledge of molecules' electronic structure to create new designs; imagine robots that make and test these molecules. And imagine the software and robots working together--testing molecules, tweaking designs, and testing again--until they produce a material with the properties we're looking for. Actually executing it is another matter. The structures of molecules are mind-bogglingly complex, and chemical synthesis is often more art than science, defying efforts to automate the process. But advances in AI, robotics, and computing are bringing new life to the vision.


Global Big Data Conference

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Have you ever imagined a technology that would replace all repetitive jobs and relieve humans from performing heavy labor? Artificial intelligence is a technological blow that has continued to take the world by storm since 1955. The advent of the internet has helped this technology progress exponentially, and that it is now advancing exponentially. It is streamlined with widespread sub-technologies and applications ranging from biometrics and computer vision to intelligent devices and self-driving cars. Many predictions have been made about what new advances are expected in the field of artificial intelligence.


Volvo's self-driving loader prototype is based on a Lego model

Engadget

Volvo is eager to bring self-driving technology to construction crews, but it's taking a decidedly unusual route to get there. The automaker has unveiled an autonomous wheel loader prototype, the LX03, that's based on a Lego model -- 42081 Lego Technic Concept Wheel Loader Zeux, if you're looking for it. The machine can haul 5 tons and can make its own decisions in a wide variety of situations, including team-ups with human workers. The LX03 is also uniquely modular. Volvo can make "just one or two changes" to produce a larger or smaller loader to meet a customer's demands.


Test Automation Robot Framework with Python - Selenium Tests

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Created by Rahul Shetty 8.5 hours on-demand video course Your struggle on designing Test Automation Frameworks ends here. Presenting you the only framework in the Market which is faster and easy to design with very less code. This Framework consists of all the features what (Cucumber TestNG) provides. This Framework by default comes with many Libraries which helps to build automation tests without writing much boilerplate code. Additionally you also have ability to build your custom Libraries with Python code.


Top 10 Artificial Intelligence Technologies

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Have you ever imagined a technology that would replace all repetitive jobs and relieve humans from performing heavy labor? Artificial intelligence is a technological blow that has continued to take the world by storm since 1955. The advent of the internet has helped this technology progress exponentially, and that it is now advancing exponentially. It is streamlined with widespread sub-technologies and applications ranging from biometrics and computer vision to intelligent devices and self-driving cars. Many predictions have been made about what new advances are expected in the field of artificial intelligence.


This robot uses calculators to play Mozart -- Strictly Robots

Mashable

A geothermal power plant in El Salvador is using a volcano to help reduce bitcoin mining's carbon footprint.


Intel announces new projects with AT&T, Google Cloud, FedEx

ZDNet

Intel announced a new pact with AT&T that will see the company provide silicon for the deployment of the telecom's virtualized radio access network (vRAN). The partnership was unveiled alongside a slate of other announcements at the Intel Innovation event. President of AT&T Labs and chief technology officer Andre Fuetsch said AT&T's rollout strategy will leverage Intel's product portfolio, noting that the two companies have been collaborating for years in transforming AT&T's 5G core and RAN. Dan Rodriguez, vice president of the Network Platforms Group at Intel, told ZDNet that the partnership will give AT&T "the flexibility to bring automation and cloud-like capabilities into its network, along with optimizations for performance, cost and operational efficiency." Google Cloud was involved in the announcement as well, with Intel debuting a "deep collaboration" on an ASIC-based IPU they codenamed "Mount Evans."


One autonomous taxi, please

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If you don't get seasick, an autonomous boat might be the right mode of transportation for you. Scientists from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and the Senseable City Laboratory, together with Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS Institute) in the Netherlands, have now created the final project in their self-navigating trilogy: a full-scale, fully autonomous robotic boat that's ready to be deployed along the canals of Amsterdam. "Roboat" has come a long way since the team first started prototyping small vessels in the MIT pool in late 2015. Last year, the team released their half-scale, medium model that was 2 meters long and demonstrated promising navigational prowess. This year, two full-scale Roboats were launched, proving more than just proof-of-concept: these craft can comfortably carry up to five people, collect waste, deliver goods, and provide on-demand infrastructure.


Start-up launches £495,000 hoverbike in Japan

BBC News

The Tokyo-based company hopes the vehicle will rival the popularity of supercars.