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Answer Man: AI program for Answer Man reporting? Fear of long words? Drone deliveries?

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Question: A friend of mine who has a connection to the Asheville Citizen Times told me that because of the staff shortage in the newsroom, the paper has purchased a software program using artificial intelligence that researches and then generates the answers to about half of the Answer Man columns. From what I've heard, this is being done to provide the Answer Man more time to work on other writing assignments. Apparently, the only part of the AI questions that are actually addressed by the real Answer Man are the smart aleck answers, because the AI program is not that developed. Could you please provide some additional information on how this is going? My answer: You've got to admit it would be nice to have some intelligence in this column.


Council Post: Overcome Your Fear: How To Make AI Work In Business Transformation

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Let's face it: AI investments are just that -- investments, where substantial costs in people, infrastructure, data (collection, hygiene), processes and tools are needed to realize the benefits of the AI deployment, be they efficiency, cost reduction, or revenue and growth. Universally, AI is recognized as a complex and often costly undertaking. For those reasons, AI is considered, but often not adopted, as a key lever in larger business transformation programs. Gartner, McKinsey and others have found that anywhere between 40% to 50% of enterprises planned to deploy or have deployed AI technologies by the end of 2020. This AI adoption curve includes companies undertaking "proofs of concept" as well as those deploying AI on use cases "at scale."


Global Big Data Conference

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World's only artificial intelligence program that makes mistakes on purpose. Artificial intelligence is known for being accurate, leaving no room for error. But one artificial intelligence program is taking the road untouched, making errors on purpose. This AI program is called Maia. Maia is a chess program that uses cutting-edge AI from the best chess-playing programs.


AI Could Enable 'Swarm Warfare' for Tomorrow's Fighter Jets

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The dogfight hardly seemed fair. Two F-16s engaged with an opposing F-16 at an altitude of 16,000 feet above rocky desert terrain. As the aircraft converged from opposite directions, the paired F-16s suddenly spun away from one another, forcing their foe to choose one to pursue. The F-16 that had been left alone then quickly changed course, maneuvering behind the enemy with textbook precision. A few seconds later, it launched a missile that destroyed the opposing jet before it could react.


Building AI Leadership Brain Trust: Why Is User Centered Design Literacy Key To AI Competency Development?

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User Centered Design (UCD) - diverse and inclusive teams are key to AI solutioning success. This blog is a continuation of the Building AI Leadership Brain Trust Blog Series which targets board directors and CEO's to accelerate their duty of care to develop stronger skills and competencies in AI in order to ensure their AI programs achieve sustaining results. In this blog series, I have identified forty skill domains in an AI Leadership Brain Trust Framework to guide board directors and CEO's to ensure they can develop and accelerate their investments in successful AI initiatives. You can see the full roster of the forty leadership Brain Trust skills in my first blog. Each of the blogs in this series explores either a group of skills or does a deep dive into one of the skill areas.


IBM Celebrates Global Women Leaders Shaping the Future of AI for Business

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As part of its annual Women Leaders in AI program, today IBM (NYSE: IBM) recognized 40 innovative female business leaders from 18 countries who are using IBM Watson to help drive transformation, growth and innovation across a wide variety of industries. This year honorees include women leaders from The Clorox Company, City of Austin, The Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation, EY, Ford Motor Company, ServiceNow and many more. Celebrating diverse talent in the field of AI and creating a culture of inclusion are important as the adverse impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women in the workplace becomes more apparent. A recent IBM Institute for Business Value study revealed that despite heightened awareness of the challenges facing women in the workplace driven by the pandemic, gender equality is still not a top priority for 70 percent of global businesses, according to business professionals surveyed. Moreover, fewer women surveyed hold senior vice president, vice president, director and manager roles in 2021 than they did in 2019.


An Artificial Intelligence Program That Makes Mistakes? Yes, It Exists!

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Artificial intelligence is known for being accurate, leaving no room for error. But one artificial intelligence program is taking the road untouched, making errors on purpose. This AI program is called Maia. Maia is a chess program that uses cutting-edge AI from the best chess-playing programs. But instead of being the grandmaster of chess and making every move right, Maia aims to predict human moves, even the wrong ones.


World's only artificial intelligence program that makes mistakes on purpose.

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Artificial intelligence is known for being accurate, leaving no room for error. But one artificial intelligence program is taking the road untouched, making errors on purpose. This AI program is called Maia. Maia is a chess program that uses cutting-edge AI from the best chess-playing programs. But instead of being the grandmaster of chess and making every move right, Maia aims to predict human moves, even the wrong ones.


Council Post: Artificial Intelligence For Good: How AI Is Helping Humanity

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is considered one of the most revolutionary developments in human history, and the world has already witnessed its transformative capabilities. Not surprisingly, AI-based innovations are powering some of the most cutting-edge solutions we use in our daily lives. Today, AI empowers organizations, governments and communities to build a high-performing ecosystem to serve the entire world. Its profound impact on human lives is solving some of the most critical challenges faced by society. Here are a few innovations for social causes that I find most notable.


How does AI affect the legal and financial sector? -OVLG

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Emails changed the way financial services and law firms used to do business years ago. Now, artificial intelligence is creating a new revolution in the way how law firms and financial institutions work. It is helping to speed up the business process, provide prompt customer service, boost productivity, reduce the workload on human minds, and minimize mistakes. Today, we will discuss how artificial intelligence is helping law firms and financial institutions to boost productivity, reduce expenses, and provide better services to their clients. Artificial intelligence is gradually becoming an indispensable virtual assistant for the lawyers.