Every other article written today about workplace technology seems to focus on the negative impact it's expected to have on jobs. Artificial intelligence is an especially powerful bogeyman right now, portrayed as a menacing and calculating disruptive force that's poised to wipe corporations clean of messy, meaningless human beings. Can we talk a little bit about the positive effects? Much less attention is being paid to technologies that will significantly benefit the workforce, especially technologies that provide direct aid to workers. Wearable products are being used today that make us smarter and stronger, improve our sight and hearing, and help keep us safer in dangerous environments.
Augmented reality and artificial intelligence aren't just for B2C marketers anymore, and as we move into 2020 we're likely to see a new decade of B2B that keeps moving farther away from "Boring-To-Boring" and towards more to B2C-like experiences. AR and AI are a key part of what consumers increasingly expect to find in those experiences. The swiftly rising number of mixed-reality consumer app installations is expected to jump from 3 billion to 10 billion by 2024, with associated ad spending forecast to climb from $2 billion in 2019 to $11 billion, according to new Juniper Research data. While AR and AI in consumer-facing efforts keeps expanding with a full head of steam, such as Warner Bros. first-ever embedded AR for its upcoming "Scoob!" film trailer and mobile app, many in the B2B landscape have scarcely begun to tap into the AI-infused technology available. Let's take a look at five B2B brands that are innovating with a variety of AR and AI marketing initiatives.
Continuing on the trail of smart security systems exhibiting security issues, now joins Amazon's smart doorbells. Researchers found a serious vulnerability in the Ring Video Doorbell. Researchers from Bitdefender have discovered a serious security vulnerability in Amazon's Ring Video Doorbell. As elaborated in a white paper, the researchers found that the Ring Video Doorbell actually exposed the homes' security to attacks over WiFi. Exploiting the flaw required an attacker to be in close proximity to the target home.
In the House of Councillors election of July 2019 two new Diet members were elected who each have severe physical disabilities. One is an Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) patient and the other has Cerebral Palsy. Both are barely able to move their bodies and require large electric wheelchairs to get about. The assistance of a carer is also necessary. In particular, the ALS patient is dependent on an artificial respirator and is even unable to speak.
The future isn't an accident, it's something we create and it seems our goal is to hack what it means to be human. What was once science fiction is now reality: the first cyborgs are here. A revolution is unfolding in operating rooms, labs, artist, and designer studios across the world. Scientists and entrepreneurs are on a quest to unlock the secrets of the human brain through implantable technology. The documentary "I am Human" by Elena Gaby follows three people with varying degrees of disabilities who have been implanted with brain-computer interfaces allowing them to achieve what was once impossible.
The AI Organization's AI bio-metric scans of the human brain have decoded a bio-logical structure in the pineal gland that interconnects throughout the neural network of the human brain. We have termed the entire interconnection as the Human Bio-Digital Network, as outlined in the book ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Dangers to Humanity. Google researchers, some CIA operatives and Air Force prototype fighter pilots have used wearable devices that interconnects with the pineal gland in order to control IoT's, networks or an airplane with their mere thought alone. Historically it was deemed as a process of connecting with brain waves on wearable devices, yet the Pineal Gland is a very key component to this process. For decades scientists have been baffled as to the reason why the Pineal Gland carries components similar to an eye, yet no real physical eye exists in the forehead.
Security researchers at Bitdefender have discovered a high-severity security vulnerability in Amazon's Ring Video Doorbell Pro devices that could allow nearby attackers to steal your WiFi password and launch a variety of cyberattacks using MitM against other devices connected to the same network. In case you don't own one of these, Amazon's Ring Video Doorbell is a smart wireless home security doorbell camera that lets you see, hear and speak to anyone on your property from anywhere in the World. The smart doorbell needs to be connected to your WiFi network, allowing you to remotely access the device from a smartphone app to perform all tasks wirelessly. While setting up the device for the very first time and share your WiFi password with it, you need to enable the configuration mode from the doorbell. Entering into the configuration mode turns on a built-in, unprotected wireless access point, allowing the RING smartphone app installed on your device to automatically connect to the doorbell.
Healthcare is an industry that is currently being transformed using the latest technology, so it can meet the challenges it is facing in the 21st century. Technology can help healthcare organizations meet growing demand and efficiently operate to deliver better patient care. Here are 9 technology trends that will transform medicine and healthcare in 2020. As the world population continues to grow, and age, artificial intelligence, and machine learning offer new and better ways to identify disease, diagnose conditions, crowdsource and develop treatment plans, monitor health epidemics, create efficiencies in medical research and clinical trials, and make operations more efficient to handle the increased demands on the healthcare system. By 2020, medical data will double every 73 days.
They say you shouldn't believe everything you see on the big screen. However, in the case of science fiction, the human imagination has gotten a few things right--especially when it comes to futuristic forecasts. Today, the artificial intelligence (AI) revolution is transforming everything, but it turns out we had a hunch about it all along. Today's infographic from Noodle.ai takes a look at how some movie and television predictions for AI's capabilities have taken hold in the real world. Many early "predictions" about future technologies certainly missed the mark--but it seems science fiction was able to accurately forecast a thing or two about AI.