In a far-reaching and candid interview after IBM’s #THINK2020 digital event, Rob and I discussed his insights into what’s happening with AI in the enterprise and where the biggest long-term impacts will be. My summary of Rob’s insights Learn more from the interview itself, below. Too many companies confuse consumer-grade and business-grade AI. Companies have unrealized…
In AI systems training, a report has it that over a seven-year period algorithmic efficiency has increased three times faster than Moore’s Law.
The industry is finally owning up to the lack of broadscale, enterprise-wide adoption of AI-enhanced applications. Here’s why.
What could we do without software? Whether it’s the micrometer I use when adjusting features of the 1930’s tractor engine in my 1962 Morgan roadster, the digital thermometer we bought for the pandemic, the microwave oven we have in our kitchen, the Apple watch I wear or the cloud-based applications I access – software is…
We may not have Artificial General Intelligence for centuries, but we could have Non-Human Artificial Intelligence much sooner.
Should we be patient given disappointing AI implementation rates? Is AI smart enough? What can we learn from fruit fly brains? What else should you know about facial recognition technology? How are Google, Microsoft, Amazon, IBM, and FaceBook progressing on their AI work? How valuable is AI to FinTech? What other newsletters are in the works? And where in the world will I be in March and April?
A major advance in mapping the connectome (anatomy) of the fruit fly’s brain shows us how far away we are from being able to describe the fine-grained physiology of the human brain. Watch out for deceptive metaphors like learning, intelligence, cognition and Kurzweil’s Singularity.
Predictions of things past are far easier than predictions of the future. Most predictions are more likely wrong than right. Learn from that experience.
Despite limitations, voice enablement will become ubiquitous.
By 2025, Industrial robots will become a target of “bad actors” seeking to disrupt manufacturing and production.