Larger companies looking at the healthcare market have an advantage in access to clients–most likely featuring affordability.
There really isn’t a good excuse for not creating [digital twins] of every cultural and historical significant building.
Reading time: 4 minutes 45 seconds Interest in the Ethics of AI, as reflected in Google Web Searches, has grown dramatically over the past couple of years. In the past week, many publications, including the New York Times, and Wall Street Journal have written about the Ethics of AI and applying ethical standards to real-life situations.
Now that my son is grown, married, living in another part of the country, and busy with his own complicated set of life challenges, we don’t get as much time to talk. So, when we occasionally do, it’s important to cover only what’s critical. I’m sure we’ll get to that someday. Meanwhile, in the few…
Reading time: 5:00 Good News! AI isn’t as smart as many people think. Recognizing that lets us understand some of the economic dilemmas we see. It should also allow us to get closer to ‘truly autonomous vehicles’ (and other automated processes) more quickly than we otherwise would.