Visualizing The AI Revolution

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I'm surprised how often I see people who are bearish on Artificial Intelligence. Many are stuck in science fiction's depictions - sentience, personification, etc.. Modern AI is very different from science fiction predictions, but is still exciting. Modern AI does many things and has many applications, but ultimately it's relatively faceless. It works in the background, impacts everything it touches, and silently collects vast lakes of data. AI may not be Star Trek's "Data," but it is transforming our economy at warp speed.


The inventions you never knew were BRITISH

Daily Mail - Science & tech

For instance, it can lay claim to several inventions that changed the world. From the World Wide Web to the first light bulb, many modern experiences have been shaped by the ingenuity of Britons. A handy infographic has highlighted 14 creations throughout history that may have been falsely attributed to inventors from other countries or that visitors to the country might not realise were first developed by Brits. The infographic, put together by serviced apartments company Silver Door, hones in on some of the biggest tech innovations of history, which were surprisingly developed by Brits. Arguably America's greatest inventor of all time, Thomas Edison is widely known as the brains behind the incandescent light bulb as we know it today.


The Outlook for Automation and Manufacturing Jobs in Seven Charts

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Over the last decade, the prospect of mass automation has seemingly shifted from a vague possibility to an inescapable reality. While it's still incredibly difficult to estimate the ultimate impact of automation and AI on the economy, the picture is starting to become a bit clearer as projections begin to converge. Today's infographic comes to us from Raconteur, and it highlights seven different charts that show us how automation is shaping the world โ€“ and in particular, the future outlook for manufacturing jobs. Half of manufacturing hours worked today are spent on manual jobs. Automation's impact will be felt by the mid-2020s.


The Outlook for Automation and Manufacturing Jobs in Seven Charts

#artificialintelligence

Over the last decade, the prospect of mass automation has seemingly shifted from a vague possibility to an inescapable reality. While it's still incredibly difficult to estimate the ultimate impact of automation and AI on the economy, the picture is starting to become a bit clearer as projections begin to converge. Today's infographic comes to us from Raconteur, and it highlights seven different charts that show us how automation is shaping the world โ€“ and in particular, the future outlook for manufacturing jobs. Half of manufacturing hours worked today are spent on manual jobs. Automation's impact will be felt by the mid-2020s.


7 charts on the future of automation

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Over the last decade, the prospect of mass automation has seemingly shifted from a vague possibility to an inescapable reality. While it's still incredibly difficult to estimate the ultimate impact of automation and AI on the economy, the picture is starting to become a bit clearer as projections begin to converge. Today's infographic comes to us from Raconteur, and it highlights seven different charts that show us how automation is shaping the world โ€“ and in particular, the future outlook for manufacturing jobs. Half of manufacturing hours worked today are spent on manual jobs. Automation's impact will be felt by the mid-2020s.