Artificial intelligence is one of the major technologies powering the next industrial revolution. The concept which was conceived 75 years ago is starting to change the way we relate to machines.
The Next Economy will be driven by 10 key emerging technologies, underpinning them all is artificial intelligence. At this point, AI is blogged and reported about intensely on a day-to-day basis. Still, unless you’re in the trenches, we don’t know how companies are adopting the technology.
The Next Economy will be driven by 10 key emerging technologies, underpinned by artificial intelligence. AI will affect all areas of our lives, given that it’s a hot topic of conversation, and one every organization should be discussing, the below stats will give you a better understanding of AI’s current state and its future scope:
Just over a year ago I became CEO of Netek, where we developed emotion recognition technology through cameras and EEG. In just over a year, I’ve learned many things about this exciting technology and how the field of affective computing, emotion recognition technology, is in the beginning stages. We need to get the science right for this industry to become interesting and take off; specifically the theory of emotions that underpins the technology.
The Next Economy will be driven by 10 key emerging technologies, underpinned by artificial intelligence. The vision is that it will become a general purpose technology, like a utility, that is likely to scale across every industry, every sector of our economy and nearly every aspect of science, society and culture.
After working for a year on emotion AI, I can confirm that human emotions are complex; we don’t really understand them. And training a computing system to recognize them as a human does is even more difficult.
Artificial intelligence is one of the key emerging technologies that will drive the Next Economy and transform how we work. With that said, it’s worth asking: How does artificial intelligence affect the workforce?