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, one third of robotic process automation (RPA) projects will reveal opportunities to accelerate and diversify revenues, but over half of those opportunities will be missed by obsessive focus on the bottom line.
By 2025, an anti-tech underground will develop. This movement will focus on disrupting/attacking high tech in business. The roots will be in a displaced workforce focusing on automation, robotics, and AI. This movement will begin with the cancellation of tech jobs. Programmers, analysts, project managers will be the target of increasing lay-offs. In the…
By 2025, first-responder drones operated by facilities management entities will be commonplace across residential and commercial complexes.
By 2025, Industrial robots will become a target of “bad actors” seeking to disrupt manufacturing and production.
By 2025, the CEO, CIO, and CXO partnership team must exploit the digital power of enterprise innovation with disruptive technologies, especially AI and ML technology. Here are ten critical disruptive technology predictions for the 2020 CIO’s successful strategic planning!
There is talk of an ethic of AI. But it’s really the ethics of information technology.
Reading time: 1 minute 30 seconds — Through 2024, there is a 1 in 3 chance of a new “AI winter.” Big AI hides but survives, eventually thrives. When the “Innovators Dilemma” strikes again, who wins?
AI researchers don’t think of intelligence the same way other people do. On hearing that “an AI” can play GO better than human champions, ordinary people assume that those skills can generalize. After all, that’s what people do. AI has no generalized smarts.