- Not at all, says chess grandmaster and former World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov.
- Kasparov has direct experience of being humbled by a machine, so it’s perhaps surprising that he has a pro-AI outlook.
- Since then Kasparov has gone on to become something of an AI authority: his new book, Deep Thinking: Where Machine Intelligence Ends and Human Creativity Begins was released last month.
- The BBC Click team caught up with Kasparov at this year’s Hay Festival in the UK.
- In the video above, watch what he had to say about the inevitability of AI’s rise – and why it could actually be a revolution that will help humans work even better.
The chess grandmaster, who once saw his skills outstripped by artificial intelligence, explains why it’s time to welcome the era of smart machines.
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- One might not normally equate AI development — which can involve complicated, cutting-edge technologies such as cognitive computing, machine learning, deep learning and so on in long-term initiatives — as something suitable for freelance projects, but news from freelancing firm Upwork indicates that’s the case.
- Upwork, which matches employers with freelancers, published data from its Web site that showed AI was the second-fastest-growing in-demand skill in the first quarter of the year.
- But, among development-related skills, AI is No. 1, followed by skills such as natural language processing, C++ development, Swift development and others, with the AI-related machine learning skill also making the top 20 list.
- “With artificial intelligence (AI) at the forefront of the conversation around what the future of work holds, it’s no surprise it is the fastest-growing tech skill and the second fastest-growing skill overall,” Upwork said in a statement last week.
- Perhaps surprisingly, that pervasiveness didn’t show up in Upwork’s previous listing of in-demand skills for the third quarter of 2016, in which AI didn’t even place in the top 20 (though machine learning was No. 1):
Artificial intelligence is such a hot topic in software development that companies are even seeking freelancers to help out, making it the No 1. sought-after tech skill in Upwork’s latest quarterly report.
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- It’s not surprising as conversations are at the heart of unlocking opportunities such as a new job, business lead or career advice.
- That’s why we’re rolling out an even smarter messaging experience with the ability to message a connection from wherever you may be on LinkedIn, along with suggestions that can help connect you to a new job.
- For example, you can have a conversation with a connection without ever leaving their profile, or reach out to someone directly from the LinkedIn Feed.
- In fact, nearly 50% of LinkedIn members have found a job through a mutual connection.
- For example, when looking at a job posting at a company you’re interested in we’ll show you which of your connections work there, or who can introduce you to someone at the company.
Did you know that 80% of LinkedIn members consider professional networking to be important to career success? It’s not surprising as conversations are at the heart of unlocking opportunities such as a new job, business lead or career advice.
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- In an era of maturing artificial intelligence technology, what does the future of the corporation look like?
- This dynamic has become a mainstay of the dialogue around AI, with voices from technology visionaries such as Bill Gates and Stephen Hawking weighing in.
- AI is intended to help—not hinder—the human workforce, they said.
- “AI is actually not new for us,” said Vanitha Narayanan, chairman of IBM India, whose Watson supercomputer has risen to global acclaim.
- But “technology always comes way ahead of policy.”
Google and IBM: We Want Artificial Intelligence to Help You, Not Replace You
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- 10 future technologies that will change the world
- It’s currently impossible to look at the industry news without seeing something related to AI.
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- Predicting what technologies will become a reality is an extremely difficult task that typically results in plenty of ideas being thrown into the bin.
- CBR takes a look at some of the most amazing technology advancements that will change our lives.
CBR takes a look at some of the most amazing future technology advancements that will change our lives for better or worse.
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- Our list focuses on those technologies that will have the biggest business impact in the next five years.
- We organize this year’s list into three groups – systems of engagement technologies will help you become customer-led, systems of insight technologies will help you become insights-driven, and supporting technologies will help you become fast and connected.
- Intelligent agents coupled with AI/cogntive technologies will automate engagement and solve tasks.
- The technology gives firms visibility into and control of customer and operational realities.
- Hybrid wireless technology will eventually ereate connected cverything.
Forrester: As a refresh to my 2014 blog and report, here are the next 15 emerging technologies Forrester thinks you need to follow closely. We organize this year’s list into three groups — systems of engagement technologies will help you become customer-led, systems of insight technologies will help you become insights-driven, and supporting technologies will…
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- In the short term, this change will be difficult to adjust to, with such an extraordinary shift in our working lives being disruptive, to say the least.
- A 2013 study by Oxford University researchers found that machines could replace about 47% of our jobs in the next two decades .
- Machines will become increasingly sophisticated, and will do more and more complex tasks.
- In thirty years’ time, it’s likely that more ‘creative’ tasks will be carried out by machines.
- AI technology exists right now, and some basic jobs are done by machines in a range of working environments around the world.
A 2013 study by Oxford University researchers found that machines could replace about 47% of our jobs in the next two decades.
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