COVID-19 has dominated all of our news feeds for the past few months, and it doesn’t appear that this will change anytime soon. Currently, the total worldwide cases of the deadly virus stand at a staggering 247,592- the UK accounts for 3,269 of these cases, with death tolls increasing daily at a rapid speed.
As most of us know now, AI stands for artificial intelligence. This refers to intelligent machines that can think and act like humans do (such as recognising faces, understanding languages and driving cars). AI is very useful when it comes to carrying out repetitive tasks or being a force of security on a smaller scale- however, there are concerns that in the future, these potentially super intelligent machines will become better than humans at performing all cognitive tasks.
Should facial recognition be banned? Concerns have been expressed recently about the growing use of the technology, after a hearing in the US last Wednesday. It has been compared to an episode of Netflix’s Black Mirror- a show that explores the dark side of technology. Read ahead to find out why.
Have you ever wondered why so many people want to work in IT? There are many reasons behind this. Firstly, the industry has a massive 90% satisfaction rate (according to CNBC’s recent study)- read ahead to find out why…
There are constantly new AI developments in the works. The human-like intelligence means that current machines are already superior to us when it comes to carrying out certain tasks. Here are the top three examples of how AI is being used right now…
The new year is fast approaching… is 2020 going to be the year where technology begins to take over? It is predicted that new technologies in the works are likely to shake up the job market.
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