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The School of the Tomorrow: How AI in Education Changes How We Learn


We live in exponential times, and merely having a digital strategy focused on continuous innovation is no longer enough to thrive in a constantly changing world. To transform an organisation and contribute to building a secure and rewarding networked society, collaboration among employees, customers, business units and even things is increasingly becoming key. Especially with the availability of new technologies such as artificial intelligence, organisations now, more than ever before, need to focus on bringing together the different stakeholders to co-create the future. Big data empowers customers and employees, the Internet of Things will create vast amounts of data and connects all devices, while artificial intelligence creates new human-machine interactions. In today's world, every organisation is a data organisation, and AI is required to make sense of it all.

Here's how AI can transform the lives of disabled


Many believe that artificial intelligence is a futuristic concept that we only see in sci-fi movies with humanoid robots and holograms. However, it is becoming rooted in our reality, affecting various fields and groups, including persons with disabilities. Accessibility and inclusivity are genuinely revolutionized, thanks to artificial intelligence! People with disabilities can substantially enhance their daily life thanks to AI technology solutions. We've already shown how smartphones can be tools for people with vision impairments.



In this modern era of the digital world where people are trying to find simplicity and ease in doing works, moreover, these new inventions are booming out for making mankind a way to lead a simple life using different technologies and ways among that one is Artificial intelligence or shortly known as AI a progressively increasing field of study which having its touch in every area starting from social media to e-commerce websites for a good recommendation of posts of our type and products based on search recommendations along within the different domains like agriculture, virtual assistance, shopping recommendations and for physically disabled people, security, stock market prediction, self-driving cars and many more. This modern era of AI can visualize things and understand real-time around us and can make optimal decisions and remove real-time problems moreover for the efficient work in addition with the reduction of human errors. How Ai is useful for disabled persons? Nowadays everyone has a mobile phone or any electronic devices, we spend more time of day with these devices and the development of this advanced technology like artificial intelligence and natural language processing, iot made their roots into our daily life's electronics and these developed features can be used in different ways where people who are suffering from disabilities can remove their problems or inconvenience related easily without any help of other person using apps and software's developed by advance technology. There is a different type of disabilities people face and mainly with Vision, Hearing, Prosthetics are three kinds mostly we can observe in the world, different technologies are present for vision-related issues such as braille displays and writing and many more for a long time, and in recent times AI has changed this thing and improved the way of interacting.

Computer Conservation: Lily Xu Uses Artificial Intelligence To Stop Poaching Around the World


Lily Xu knew from a young age how much the environment and conservation mattered to her. By 9 years old, she'd already decided to eat vegetarian because, as she put it, "I didn't want to hurt animals." Xu grew up believing her passions would always be separate from her professional interest in computer science. Then she became a graduate student in Milind Tambe's Teamcore Lab, and everything changed. Xu is now doing award-winning research into using machine learning and artificial intelligence to help conservation and anti-poaching efforts around the world.

Elon Musk cites Pong as evidence that we are already living in a simulation

The Independent - Tech

Elon Musk has cited the 1970s video game Pong in order to reassert his belief that our perception of reality is in fact a hyper-realistic computer simulation. Responding to a tweet about Pong posted by a popular engineering trivia account, the SpaceX and Tesla boss said that the advancement in graphics and gameplay in the years since it was released implies that humanity is on a path to create digital worlds indistinguishable from the real world. "49 years later, games are photo-realistic 3D worlds," the billionaire wrote. "What does that trend continuing imply about our reality." Musk has previously said that he subscribes to a simulation hypothesis laid out in a 2003 paper by the philosopher Nick Bostrom, which posits that future advances in computing power will allow later generations to run a vast number of highly detailed simulations of their forebears.

Bias in Artificial Intelligence: Why we need more India-centric AI


All faces are not considered equal by Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems! A typical commercial AI face recognition system most accurately predicts fair-skinned males. The accuracy for detecting dark-skinned women is lower by over 30 percentage points, says Joy Buolamwini, Founder, Algorithmic Justice League. AI computer vision systems will appropriately classify and label the image of a bride in a typical western gown. However, when it was asked to classify the image of an Indian bride wearing a red sari, it is classified as an event, a costume or performing art.

Experimental technology works to bring back sense of touch for those living with paralysis

PBS NewsHour

Experimental research is aiming to help paralysis victims regain their sense of touch. Miles O’Brien reports on a project run by the Cleveland Functional Electrical Stimulation Center, which is a consortium of the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center, MetroHealth Medical Center, Case Western Reserve University, University Hospitals of Cleveland, and the Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute.

Meet Twitter's new CEO: a 37-year-old machine learning and AI expert


Agrawal has been Twitter's technology chief since 2017, but joined Twitter in 2011 as an engineer specializing in artificial intelligence and machine learning. In an announcement to staff on Monday morning, Agrawal said his priorities as CEO include improving working conditions and helping Twitter actualize its "ambitious goals." Agrawal has taken over during a promising period for Twitter, a company that has struggled in the past to grow users and make a profit. In a July call with investors, Twitter reported increasing yearly revenue 74% to $1.19 billion and monetizable daily active users by 11% to 206 million. The company also recently released Twitter Blue, a long-awaited $3 subscription service that, among other features, lets users undo tweets.

These are the jobs at the highest risk from automation: HSBC


Waiters, inspectors, receptionists, and groundskeepers beware. A new HSBC Global Research report found that these types of jobs each has a greater than 90% chance of being displaced due to automation within roughly the next 10 years. Each of these types of work were given an Automation Risk Score of over 90% (out of 100) in the report and were listed among the jobs in today's economy most likely to be lost to robots. 'Mid-skill' jobs which require training but little education have been the most likely to be replaced thus far, the report said. Food preparation, cleaning, driving, were the occupations with the highest mean probability of automation, according to OECD data cited in the report, which was written by Economist James Pomeroy and ESG Analyst Amy Tyler.

AI in Marketing Automation


The world of marketing is a dynamic, ever-changing landscape. The modern marketer needs a toolkit that can keep up with the evolving tactics and strategies. Marketing automation has emerged as a solution to this need for marketers who want a more efficient way to manage their digital marketing efforts. It's a system that automates many of the repetitive tasks associated with managing a website or social media accounts so you have time for other important work. But what exactly does it do?