Travelling will become something that can be supported by AI. This ranges from how we book travel, to how we are guided during it.
Earlier this month we released our annual travel industry trends forecast, Skift Megatrends 2017. You can read about each of the trends on Skift, or download a copy of our magazine here. Download Your Copy of Skift Megatrends 2017 There are few things buzzier in travel right now than the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) […]
Source: Travel Megatrends 2017: Artificial Intelligence in Travel Is Finally Becoming a Reality – Skift
Even Marketing efforts will be affected by artificial intelligence:
Marketers are usually the ones responsible for creating the buzzwords that follow us everywhere we go; that is, until AI turned the tables and made the whole marketing industry buzz with excitement.
Source: How artificial intelligence will revolutionise marketers’ lives – Marketing Tech News
NY Times reflects on what happens when the biases of the programmers are transferred over to how artificial intelligence works:
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MIT shares what they see as the 10 major technologies of last year.
Rockets that land. T Cells that crush cancer. A gigafactory for solar power. See our picks for the technologies solving big problems in 2016.
Source: 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2016
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In just a few years, we might talk to robots during job interviews:
Rapid technology advancements have disrupted HR and enhanced the process for HR professionals. What is the latest disruptor? Think artificial intelligence.
Source: Artificial Intelligence and HR: The New Wave of Technology – TalentCulture
TechCruch presents one of the most pressing concerns for artificial intelligence: The ethical dilemmas and possibilities.
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With one foot in its science fiction past and the other in the new frontier of science and tech innovations, AI occupies a unique place in our cultural imagination. Will we live into a future where…
Source: Ethics — the next frontier for artificial intelligence | TechCrunch