Blog Posts from December 2018
Two buzzwords that continuously keep popping up are artificial intelligence and machine learning, these words also seem to be used interchangeably as many people believe them to be the same. Although they are similar they are not quite the same, but many people believe perceived into thinking they are which hence leads to some confusion. Read more
His name is constantly swirling around and around the media cyclone outlets, that has created an overwhelming and very much confronting storm filled with anxiety, fear and disbelief. Elon Musk is his name and he is nothing short of a just anybody, he is the billionaire inventor, founder and CEO of the greatest AI creation in the automotive industry to come out of the 21st century; Tesla. Read more
There is no doubt that artificial intelligence is revolutionising the world we live in today. In particular when it comes to makes big decisions in terms of life and death. With the help of artificial intelligence (AI), even the medical industry can take advantage of the technology and improve the health care system which is very intriguing and promising. There is huge interest in improving and developing machine learning technology for the medical industry in regards to improving machine errors and reducing human oversight. To look a bit closer to the advantages of such technology, here are some examples.
Every year Christmas seems to creep up on everyone, we start running around like headless chooks organising the Christmas party for work, buying our Kris Cringle presents for our colleagues and gorging out on cheese platters and champagne.
Robots are becoming increasingly advanced and sophisticated, and due to these advancements different industries are utilising this technology in interesting ways. Various industries are using robots in different ways to decrease staff costs, carry our shopping, do repetitive or dangerous tasks plus much more.
Did you use the Internet today? Visit Facebook? Buy from an online shopping website? Check the weather on your smartphone? Watch a funny YouTube video? Use Uber? Connect on LinkedIn? Text your co-worker about that funny YouTube video? If you did any of these activities, you generated an unimaginable amount of data.