The IT infrastructure landscape is evolving rapidly. What will it look like in 2020? / McKinsey Quarterly
The law world is now threatened by the emergence of an IT system that appears to attack its most fundamental concept: the contract.
If there is cause for concern about AI, it doesn’t stem from the dangers it poses to humanity but because of its current applications in our societies
How do we impose effective, but not overly aggressive regulations on a threat that has not yet become a reality? / Jia Kai & Tao Dong
The technical potential for automation differs dramatically across sectors and activities.
Which stage has AI technology reached? Is the arrival of machine intelligence a blessing or a curse?
Culture is the essential catalyst of intelligence and an AI without the capability to interact culturally would be nothing more than an academic curiosity.
Robots will soon be able to read texts for us, engage in conversations, clean our windows, deliver packets and parcels, prepare our pill-boxes and even help us get back on our feet should we fall, or have difficulty just getting up.
Surgery is a prime demand field for robots. They can carry out very precise operations, in a cluttered environment, reducing the risks for both the surgeon and the patient.
The gradual integration of robotics will affect the safety of operational troops and combat on the battlefield. It will also raise many ethical questions.
The final word here is not written on the wall yet, inasmuch as the concept of expertise is also changing very rapidly.