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Pakistan's place in artificial intelligence and computing

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In the world of science and technology, it is being said that we are at the beginning of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The first that lasted from 1760 to 1840 brought in the age of mechanized production. It was the result of new materials like iron and steel,which combined with new energy resources of coal and steam, led to'mass production', and a factory system with division of labour. The second industrial revolution from 1870 to the early part of 20th century was the result of electricity, and the internal combustion engine. Both powered industrial machines and made transport possible.


Pakistan's place in Artificial Intelligence and computing

#artificialintelligence

In the world of science and technology, it is being said that we are at the beginning of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The first that lasted from 1760 to 1840 brought in the age of mechanized production. It was the result of new materials like iron and steel, which combined with new energy resources of coal and steam, led to'mass production', and a factory system with division of labor. The second industrial revolution from 1870 to the early part of 20th century was the result of electricity, and the internal combustion engine. Both powered industrial machines and made transport possible.


AI is Here to Refine the Future of Communication in 2019

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Brands that communicate with their audiences with a 2-way communication that engages and excites the prospective clientele without shying of from creating appreciative content and embrace digital technologies, are the once who will survive in 2019! We live in an era where "Digital" and "Marketing" are terminologies, that are changing its essence & meaning, every single day. Users that brands wish to engage with have a different set of expectations and are paying attention only to brands who are communicating content that they want to hear. Gone are the days of one-way communication, where a brands Target Audiences' Consumer Journeys are based on "ADVERTISEMENTS" Since we've entered digital era and have been communicating with our audiences in 2-way conversations, audiences have been interested in a brand, only if the brand talks to them'things' (content) that they want to hear. But as we move towards the future, in 2019 what also matters is how you're keeping them engaged.


Pakistan's place in Artificial Intelligence and computing

#artificialintelligence

In the world of science and technology, it is being said that we are at the beginning of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The first that lasted from 1760 to 1840 brought in the age of mechanised production. It was the result of new materials like iron and steel, which combined with new energy resources of coal and steam, led to'mass production', and a factory system with division of labour. The second industrial revolution from 1870 to the early part of 20th century was the result of electricity, and the internal combustion engine. Both powered industrial machines and made transport possible.


The Rise of a New Generation of AI Avatars

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I recently discovered it's possible for someone in their 20s to feel old--just mention Microsoft's Clippy to anyone born after the late 90s. Weirdly, there is an entire generation of people who never experienced that dancing wide-eyed paper-clip interrupting a Word doc writing project. For readers who never knew him, Clippy was an interactive virtual assistant that took the form of an animated paperclip designed to be helpful in guiding users through Microsoft Word. As an iconic symbol of its decade, Clippy was also famously terrible. Worldwide consensus decided that Clippy was annoying, intrusive, and Time magazine even named it among the 50 worst inventions of all time (squeezed between'New Coke' and Agent Orange.


CES 2019: How artificial intelligence can boost Las Vegas tourism

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The advancement of artificial intelligence could have a growing impact on Las Vegas' tourism industry. Sayon Deb, a senior research analyst for Arlington, Virginia-based Consumer Technology Association, said AI experts are more bullish than consumers on the technology's influence on travel and tourism. AI can help with "recommendations, as well as catering to consumers' specific needs, personalization as well as faster response times," Deb said during his presentation at the 2019 CES Monday. Steven Hummel, another senior research analyst at CTA, said augmented reality is a feature that could attract tourists to Las Vegas. For example, he said augmented reality glasses could suggest a restaurant to a visitor walking down the Strip based on their food preferences.


Tech Trends 2019: Driverless Cars, Artificial Intelligence & Augmented Reality

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While of course no one has a foolproof crystal ball, there's a lot of hype and excitement/optimism for big-idea tech like autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence, and augmented and virtual reality to make big strides this year. We may even begin to see these technologies substantially affect our daily lives. The beginning of 2018 rode in on a wave of hype for autonomous vehicles, with Alphabet's Waymo well on its way to launching a driverless taxi service in Phoenix, AZ, and Uber busily logging millions of test miles with its own fleet of self-driving vehicles. But as the year played out with several autonomous vehicle accidents and fatalities making the news, many of the big players in driverless car development pressed pause for a bit while they took time to evaluate their algorithms, systems and hardware. While this has led to some delays in vehicle or service launches, 2019 nevertheless looks poised to see a great deal of development in driverless technology, as well as some on-the-road achievements.


5 Unexpected Ways that AI is Impacting your Life Now! MarkTechPost

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is everywhere nowadays. The technology has exploded into our everyday lives in so many unexpected and innovative ways. You may be used to hearing about how artificial intelligence is being used to develop cutting edge robotics, responsive prosthetics, and drones but what about some of the more everyday applications? There are plenty of ways artificial intelligence is being used across a number of industries. Here are five unexpected ways that AI is impacting your life already.


Hi-tech ski helmet that allows skiers to video call friends on trial

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A high-tech augmented reality ski helmet which includes GPS, a speedometer and the ability video call friends on the slopes is being tested in Austria. Former Israeli Air Force pilot Alon Getz helped design the new cutting-edge technology as part of his start-up company RideOn. He said: 'I'm a software engineer, doing a lot of computer-vision and Artificial Intelligence. I was working in the defence industry leading Augmented Reality projects for the military. 'I'm also a snowboarder who goes snowboarding almost every year in the Alps.


The Rise of a New Generation of AI Avatars

#artificialintelligence

I recently discovered it's possible for someone in their 20s to feel old--just mention Microsoft's Clippy to anyone born after the late 90s. Weirdly, there is an entire generation of people who never experienced that dancing wide-eyed paper-clip interrupting a Word doc writing project. For readers who never knew him, Clippy was an interactive virtual assistant that took the form of an animated paperclip designed to be helpful in guiding users through Microsoft Word. As an iconic symbol of its decade, Clippy was also famously terrible. Worldwide consensus decided that Clippy was annoying, intrusive, and Time magazine even named it among the 50 worst inventions of all time (squeezed between'New Coke' and Agent Orange.