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Amazon has filed an application with the FCC to “evaluate prototype equipment and associated software designed to support innovative communications capabilities and …
Blockchain technology has been hailed as a potential “second generation of the Internet.” A whole vocabulary has sprung up around it, with an emphasis on key words like distributed ledger, cryptography, and trust. But what is blockchain, exactly?
Computers have long helped us with our analytic tasks at work. But new technology options mean we can now work with them in more collaborative and intuitive ways.
Clearly, artificial intelligence is a threat to certain types of jobs, just as automated robots have largely replaced car factory workers.
Lawmakers in Europe have put forward a rather odd proposal concerning robots.
Stanford researchers created artificial intelligence that can recognize cancer equally as well as doctors. The researchers envision making this compatible with smartphones, putting skin cancer diagnosis into the hands of just about anyone anywhere. This AI could be a great benefit to doctors to help diagnose the exact nature of the cancer.
North American robot orders were up 10 percent in 2016 compared to 2015, according to the Robotics Industry Association. In 2016, 34,606 robots were ordered in North America with a total market value of $1.9 billion. The automotive industry saw orders jump 17 percent in 2016.
It is said that blockchain is the “building blocks of tomorrow”. Growing rapidly, this may very well be the case.
It is said that there are just as many disadvantages to modern technology as there are advantages. Using the Goldilocks Hypothesis, we can find out how much is “just right”.