With the rapid development of digital technology and artificial intelligence, many workers are aware that they are facing an escalating job skills crisis. However, the crisis was not entirely caused by the imperfect education system or the lack of preparation of the younger generation of workers; The more important problem is that the number of companies that can provide skills training for employees is too few.
In recent years, especially in March 2016, alphago developed by Google's deepmind company defeated Li Shishi in the ninth stage of Korean professional go, making artificial intelligence (AI) technology hot and sweeping the world.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all our lives while also straining our healthcare systems around the world. Healthcare facilities and hospitals have been overwhelmed with the sheer volume of patients needing help. Organizations and enterprises have had to bear the brunt too.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) stakes a claim on productivity, corporate dominance, and economic prosperity with Shakespearean drama. AI will change the way you work and spend your leisure time and puts a claim on your identity.First, an AI primer.
Deep learning technology requires a lot of tensor arithmetic operation. In order to support real-time execution, the performance of memory and processor must meet the performance goal as much as possible higher than the standard software driven architecture.
Recently, the British court made a judgment that the artificial intelligence system cannot apply for a patent in the UK as an "inventor". This decision is regarded as a landmark event in the field of artificial intelligence.
“Algorithm” is a word that one hears used much more frequently than in the past. One of the reasons is that scientists have learned that computers can learn on their own if given a few simple instructions. That’s really all that algorithms are mathematical instructions.
A global technology revolution is now underway. The world’s leading powers are racing to develop and deploy new technologies like artificial intelligence and quantum computing that could shape everything about our lives – from where we get energy, to how we do our jobs, to how wars are fought.
Recently, the register, a British technology website, interviewed Barbara Liskov, a professor at MIT. Barbara won the Turing Award for her contribution to programming language and system design in 2009. In this interview, Barbara summarized and reviewed her early work in creating clu programming language in the 1970s and published some latest opinions on clu programming language.