Stephen Hawking: Automation and AI is going to decimate middle class jobs


British scientist Prof. Stephen Hawking gives his'The Origin of the Universe' lecture to a packed hall December 14, 2006 at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. Hawking suffers from ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis or Lou Gehrigs disease), which has rendered him quadriplegic, and is able to speak only via a computerized voice synthesizer which is operated by batting his eyelids.

There's a slackbot for people who like to shit where they eat


Online dating and work chat apps have been separate entities for entirely logical, productive and HR-compliant reasons. But a dating app-maker has decided that the line dividing office life and love life should be blurred with the help of a chatbot for the reigning king of productivity services, Slack. If you think company-sanctioned flirting through work messaging is a good idea, you should probably talk to your human resources department. Because this is playing with fire in a way that gets people fired.

Visualizing The Taste of a Community of Cinephiles using t-SNE


Data visualization designers use a number of techniques and tricks to show the relationship between items in a dataset. Of course the location in the 2D visualization is an option, but scalar values such as rating or count can be shown by the size of the point, and categorical variables can be shown using colored labels.

Doctors Of Future: Artificial Intelligence – Becoming Human – Medium


All of us have been in a hospital for one or another reason and are aware of the medical procedures that follow during initial check up and diagnosis. Sometimes it gets a lot tedious to get so many tests done before a diagnosis is made and even some of the diseases reach a stage where they become incurable before their clinical diagnosis, like cancers.

The Time For Advertisers To Embrace Artificial Intelligence Is Now


Depending on your point of view, working in the marketing industry these days is either exciting or frightening. Technology innovation is happening so fast that it's almost impossible to keep up with, and for every new opportunity created, an entire set of challenges come with it.