From human rights to environmental issues, we have much to lose if AI does not evolve in ways that support the public good.
Dunstan Allison-Hope | BSR Jacob Park | BSR Michael Rohwer | BSR
Artificial intelligence (AI) is advancing rapidly, thanks to ever-more-powerful computing, massive growth in the availability of digital data and increasingly sophisticated algorithms.
The world’s largest technology firms are investing billions to develop their AI capabilities, and companies across industries, from travel to real estate to fashion, are racing to bring AI-enabled services to market.
A year-end look at the best podcasts from Longitudes
We fully embraced the podcasting craze in 2017, launching Longitudes Radio in October. The mission? To bring more conversations about where the world is heading straight to you.
In our inaugural season, we explored how UPS is building the Network of the Future, talked about the qualities of an effective public speaker and predicted what blockchain means for international commerce as we know it.
The second theme in The Possibility Report series, CONNECT explores the emerging technologies that can bring us closer together, even when we’re far apart (geographically and mentally), and bring more people into the loop.
The idea of access to artificial intelligence (often referred to as “AI” for short) for all is still at a nascent stage. Nevertheless, its potential is limitless – from refugee assistance, to helping students at risk of not completing school, to shortening the response time for teens who are in a personal crisis.
At Antea Group, we work with manufactured industrial goods companies and original equipment suppliers to strategically address EHS compliance and sustainability issues, partnering with you to comply with regulatory demands, manage operational risk, and protect worker safety.
Data collection and the processing power needed to support autonomous driving are huge areas of focus for development. Companies are investing heavily in driverless technologies, evidenced by news that Intel Corp. is acquiring Mobileye, an autonomous driving technology leader whose portfolio includes machine learning, road mapping, sensors, and data analytics among other technologies.
Artificial intelligence is helping to monitor wind turbines in some of the world's most remote locations.
by Mary Gorges
Offshore from the tiny country of Denmark stand enough wind turbines to power 42 percent of the homes in this country of 5.5 million people – the highest proportion of wind power in the world. More turbines are going up worldwide as concerns over global warming and demand for alternative energy sources grow.
We are in the early days of a promising new technology, and of the new era to which it is giving birth. This technology is as radically different from the programmable systems that have been produced by the IT industry for half a century as those systems were from the tabulators that preceded them.