Most corporate blogs from telecom companies are predicting that 2017 will be the year where some sort of Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be present in places like websites where we might be chatting with a machine instead of a customer support agent. In any case, this blog post seems to argue that AI should not be seen as a threat but rather as an opportunity, even if it destroys some jobs as it will create others with higher value and quality. Those left aside, or behind, without a job, will still be able to live without working by receiving a minimum wage guaranteed by the very same AI that took their jobs. That’s the future, perhaps no so distant, but once again the article finishes warning us that even AI will suffer from potential security issues. At the end, all the roads leading to the future are going to face security vulnerabilities that seem almost impossible to prevent.
My daughters’ daughters won’t have to learn to drive – but will they even need to work?
Anyone seen that Mashable video at the end of last year showing how the Tesla autopilot predicted – and then avoided – a sudden crash two vehicles ahead on a Dutch highway? It’s pretty extreme footage and any driver will be left wondering how, without the help of the artificial intelligence (AI) embedded in the car, they would have known when to start breaking … Keep reading the original blog post here
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