Artificial intelligence & algorithms: pros & cons | DW Documentary

Developments in artificial intelligence (AI) are leading to fundamental changes in the way we live. Algorithms can already detect Parkinson’s disease and cancer, and control both cars and aircraft. How will AI change our society in the future? This documentary journeys to the hot spots of AI research in Europe, the USA and China, and looks at the revolutionary developments which are currently taking place. The rapid growth of AI offers many opportunities, but also many dangers. AI can be used to create sound and video recordings which will make it more and more difficult to distinguish between fact and fiction. It will make the world of work more efficient and many professions superfluous. Algorithms can decide whether to grant loans, who is an insurance risk, and how good employees are. But there is a huge problem: humans can no longer comprehend how algorithms arrive at their decisions. And another big problem is AI’s capacity for widespread surveillance. The Chinese city of Rongcheng is already using an AI-supported ‘social credit system’ to monitor and assess its citizens. Does AI pose a danger to our personal freedoms or democracy? Which decisions can we leave to the algorithms – and which do we want to? And what are AI’s social implications?

Marketing Trends 2020: Artificial Intelligence & Google Smart Bidding

In 2017, Google announced that are now an AI-first company. They have been working on a number of different areas using AI technology, with smart bidding being one of them. If you are not already using smart bidding, then you need to get on it now. Smart Bidding is type of PPC campaign that automatically adjusts to the current situation of your consumer. Typical signals that would automatically adjust the bid are time of day, location, device, language and OS. And it also tracks cookies and historical data of the individual. Today, Google is available through various touchpoints and devices. Load of applications are using Google services and devices like smart speakers, smart TVs and smart fridges are all using the Google. Through these touchpoints and devices, Google is gathering so much data that they can use to provide a personalized service. So What Does Google Know? Well, they know quite a lot. They know: -How many searches you made -What Youtube videos you watch -What websites you use -Your contacts -Your locations -And much more… Google will use this information to adjust your bids so that you get a better ROI. Also, Google smart bidding will provide you with up-to-date analytics information about how your campaigns are performing. So you can adjust your budget to get a higher revenue.

Neuralink: Merging Man and Machine

Elon Musk and Neuralink are carving a path into digitizing humanity, but many people are still in the dark about what Neuralink is. What is Neuralink? What does Neuralink do? In this video, I take a stab at how Neuralink’s brain machine interface is going to impact the world of medicine, and potentially every single person on the planet. Everyday, we are slowly bridging the gap between humans and artificial intelligence. If you think we’re living in the peak of the digital age, you have no idea what’s just around the corner.

First Look at the AI Camera Systems at CES | WSJ

Two new smart systems use cameras, artificial intelligence and an assortment of sensors to keep watch over you—Patscan looks for threats in public spaces, while Eyeris monitors the driver and passengers in a car. WSJ’s Katherine Bindley visits CES to explores their advantages, as well as their privacy costs.

Neon, Samsung’s AI-powered avatar is world’s first ‘Artificial Human’

World’s first ‘Artificial Human’ – Neon – was introduced by Samsung backed Star Labs at CES 2020. This is the latest entry in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) world. Star Labs demonstrated six Neon avatars that can converse, sympathize like real human beings. Neon runs on propriety technology platform Core R3 which stands for Reality, Realtime and Responsiveness. Neon is the brainchild of CEO and President of Star Labs Pranav Mistry.