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Experts predict when machines will be better than you at your job

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The experts predict that AI will outperform humans in the next 10 years in tasks such as translating languages (by 2024), writing high school essays (by 2026), and driving trucks (by 2027). Forty years is an important number when humans make predictions because it is the length of most people's working lives. To find out if different groups made different predictions, Grace and co looked at how the predictions changed with the age of the researchers, the number of their citations (i.e., their expertise), and their region of origin. While North American researchers expect AI to outperform humans at everything in 74 years, researchers from Asia expect it in just 30 years.


Experts predict when machines will be better than you at your job

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The experts predict that AI will outperform humans in the next 10 years in tasks such as translating languages (by 2024), writing high school essays (by 2026), and driving trucks (by 2027). Forty years is an important number when humans make predictions because it is the length of most people's working lives. To find out if different groups made different predictions, Grace and co looked at how the predictions changed with the age of the researchers, the number of their citations (i.e., their expertise), and their region of origin. While North American researchers expect AI to outperform humans at everything in 74 years, researchers from Asia expect it in just 30 years.


Experts predict when machines will be better than you at your job

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The experts predict that AI will outperform humans in the next 10 years in tasks such as translating languages (by 2024), writing high school essays (by 2026), and driving trucks (by 2027). Forty years is an important number when humans make predictions because it is the length of most people's working lives. To find out if different groups made different predictions, Grace and co looked at how the predictions changed with the age of the researchers, the number of their citations (i.e., their expertise), and their region of origin. While North American researchers expect AI to outperform humans at everything in 74 years, researchers from Asia expect it in just 30 years.


Experts predict when machines will be better than you at your job

#artificialintelligence

The experts predict that AI will outperform humans in the next 10 years in tasks such as translating languages (by 2024), writing high school essays (by 2026), and driving trucks (by 2027). Forty years is an important number when humans make predictions because it is the length of most people's working lives. To find out if different groups made different predictions, Grace and co looked at how the predictions changed with the age of the researchers, the number of their citations (i.e., their expertise), and their region of origin. While North American researchers expect AI to outperform humans at everything in 74 years, researchers from Asia expect it in just 30 years.


Experts predict when machines will be better than you at your job

#artificialintelligence

The experts predict that AI will outperform humans in the next 10 years in tasks such as translating languages (by 2024), writing high school essays (by 2026), and driving trucks (by 2027). Forty years is an important number when humans make predictions because it is the length of most people's working lives. To find out if different groups made different predictions, Grace and co looked at how the predictions changed with the age of the researchers, the number of their citations (i.e., their expertise), and their region of origin. While North American researchers expect AI to outperform humans at everything in 74 years, researchers from Asia expect it in just 30 years.


Artificial Intelligence and Moore's law - Technowize

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From 1958, since the invention of the first integrated circuit till 1965, the number of components or transistor density in an integrated circuit has doubled every year, marked Gordon Moore. So when Intel, the pioneer of chip developments adapted Moore's law as standard principle for advancing the computing power, the whole semi-conductor industry followed this outline on their chips. But then with the constant advancement, the electronics industry benefited from the Moore's standard method of designing processor chips till 50 years. The technology today is tending to design artificial intelligence technology that matches the super intelligence of human brain.


Top 5 Predictions for Fintech in 2017 Abe

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Global funding for fintech firms increased over the last year, and traditional banking institutions experienced disruption as fintechs developed new banking technologies and business models that are driving industry-wide change. It's an exciting time, and the implications for the future of financial services are promising. In this rapidly changing climate, industry stakeholders may wonder what to expect in the coming months. As the year comes to a close, we've rounded up our top five predictions for fintech in 2017. Banking is becoming an increasingly digital experience, and 2017 promises to continue the trend of replacing branch visits with convenient, intuitive digital experiences.


9 predictions for AI in 2017

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AI has been hot in 2016, and it's not cooling off anytime soon. The investments, acquisitions, trials, reorganizations and breakthroughs of the past year have set the AI industry up to have tremendous impact over the next twelve months. We'll stop talking about far-fetched, man-versus-machine Skynet predictions and instead figure out how to harness AI to turn the slag pile of big data into the orderly summit of our dreams. The hype curve will calm down as people realize what AI can do and is doing, and thus form more realistic pictures of what it will do. We'll embrace AI as critical for our economic productivity.


Industry Predictions: Key Trends in 2017

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At KDnuggets, we try to keep our finger on the pulse of main events and developments in industry, academia, and technology. We also do our best to look forward to key trends on the horizon. In this post we present predictions from those in industry, which do not follow a prescribed question but which do address what to keep a look out for in different sectors in the upcoming year. Quotes are organized alphabetically by name of the company which they have been submitted on behalf of, and we have reserved the right to edit (extract excerpts from) for both content and length. As the predictions come from across industry and reach into its many different niche sectors, there is no general consensus or over-arching themes herein, which makes intuitive sense.


AI: The Future is Now

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Comedian TJ Miller, of HBO's Silicon Valley, performs a standup in which he tells of an entertaining, yet extremely terrifying time in which he suffered a life-threatening brain malformation. He was in the middle of pitching a movie idea when he collapsed to the floor while seizing, and was rushed to the hospital. His story continues, he explains that he suffered from an arteriovenous malformation (AVM) hemorrhage, which is essentially an abnormal connection between the veins and arteries. When Miller awoke from his coma in the Cedars-Sinai ICU neurology ward, he found a nurse standing over him saying, "Your doctor cannot be here, but a proxy will be here in just a bit." He then explains how he was given little to no information about his condition.