For so long artificial intelligent machines and humanity have been seen as enemies thanks to the thousands of AI movies and TV shows. AI is continually depicted as a force used to interrupt human activity and take over the world in even the most well meaning fictional works today. However, the reality is that AI machines are being used today in many forms to enable and contribute to the social good that is in our society today.
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In a 1951 paper, Alan Turing proposed the Turing test called, “The Imitation Game”. The Imitation Game, as he saw it would consist of three rooms with three different people in it. One room would host a man, another a woman, and the third would be the judge. This judge would be tasked with deciding if the person speaking to him or her through a computer was the male contestant or the female.
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As of late, AI has been making splashes in the creative realm. From AI TV to scripts to AI films, to a new Harry Potter chapter, artificial intelligence is proving to be more than just something that could take over the world someday.
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Thirty years ago, artificial intelligence was still seen as something only found in science fiction novels. Today, it’s creeping up all around in our daily lives. As the world continues to move rapidly towards AI machines, there is one group of individuals who believe that AI can provide more opportunities for the human race, while others believe artificially intelligent machines would destroy the human race if not handled appropriately.
If you are interested in artificial intelligence, you’ve probably seen some of these popular AI movies listed below. Each of these flicks depicts what some of us picture as potential issues we may encounter with advanced artificially intelligent robots in the not-so-distant future.
Communicating through our computers at any length is still primarily taking place through some physical or virtual manifestation of the QWERTY keyboard – a device invented for the early typewriters of the 19th century, and supposedly designed – intentionally – to work slowly even then.
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There are still so many unanswered questions when it comes to the age of AI and how we can live with Artificially Intelligent machines and robots that may become more intelligent than us. How can we coexist comfortably and conveniently if one day, the machines we have created, decide to think for themselves?
Productivity and work-life balance are constantly at the forefront of our minds when it comes to the Monday to Friday life. Everyone wants to work less, while being more productive. Luckily, this is completely plausible with the help of the advancements in technology, enterprise productivity apps, and new AI startups that are completely changing the way we can efficiently balance work and home life.
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Self-driving cars are not just a theory any longer, they are out on the roads being tested out by several companies, maybe you’ve even seen one of them and didn’t notice. There are currently over 40 companies working on autonomous vehicles(yes, there are other companies besides Tesla that are contributing to the development of driverless cars) and expectations for automatic cars to come into the market are on the rise.
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Productivity seems to be the word of the year. We all want to be more productive in less and less amounts of time at home and especially in the workplace. Here are some of the top enterprise productivity apps that can help make our lives a little bit easier, and a lot more productive.
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