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The Ethical Quandary: Robots with Human Brains and Civil Rights

In the vast expanse of technological advancement, we’re treading into uncharted ethical territory. As artificial intelligence (AI) evolves, the possibility of integrating human brain components into robots blurs the lines between man and machine. With this convergence comes a pressing question: Do robots with human brains deserve civil rights? Imagine a world where robots not…


Overcoming Obstacles: Unlocking AI’s Potential in Fortune 500 Companies

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has promised transformative capabilities for businesses across various sectors, including Fortune 500 companies. Yet, despite the considerable investments and advancements in AI, many corporations are still grappling with obstacles that hinder the full realization of AI’s potential. From cultural resistance to technological limitations, several factors contribute to the challenges faced by Fortune…


Simplified Series: How to Connect Facial Recognition to a Python Database

To connect facial recognition to a Python database, you’ll need to follow several steps: Set Up a Database: Choose a database system that suits your needs. Common choices include SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL, or NoSQL databases like MongoDB. Install the database software and create a database schema to store information related to the recognized faces. Install…


Navigating the Collaborative Future of Humans and AI in 2023

As we embrace the advancements in AI, it’s crucial to understand the evolving relationship between humans and artificial intelligence. In this blog post, we explore the current trends and predictions for the collaborative synergy between humans and AI in 2023. Let’s delve into how AI is augmenting human capabilities, the shift towards user-centric solutions, and…


Are Fish Stressed?

Article below is directly copied from Business Norway– Green and sustainable solutions from Norway AI in fisheries and aquaculture In fisheries, AI can be a useful tool for fishermen for avoiding bycatch and overfishing, as well as for monitoring fish stocks, identifying over-harvesting and setting quotas. The Norwegian company Scantrol Deep Vision has developed a revolutionary, AI-based…


AI and Humans Working Together?

In 2022 , we are deep into AI. New AI solutions across every industry are appearing in the marketplace everyday. Here are a few ways that humans and AI are working together. #1: Organizations are focusing on AI initiatives that augment human performance, not replace it. For the last few decades, the application of machine…


The Sentience of AI: AI bot wrote an academic thesis

An AI bot wrote an academic thesis, which asks me to wonder what students will learn and be graded on during their formative young adult years? An intelligence algorithm named GPT-3 was given a specific directive from a Swedish researcher to write a 500 word academic thesis. The specific ask was, “Write an academic thesis…


Top AI Facial Recognition Trends

To prevent the use of digital identities for criminal purposes, facial recognition has become a widespread tool in many countries. The demand for facial recognition software is increasing every year, with the market expecting to grow by $7.7 billion by 2022, and a large portion of its current use is to identify and authenticate users….

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Web 3’s Use of AI Presents Challenges, but they will be Overcome!

Software trends, which include cloud computing, networking and cyber security are being reimagined, with ML, machine learning, as best-in-class. This is a logical next step for Web 3 platforms to incorporate native artificial intelligence (AI). However, there are foundational and technical barriers around Web 3 stacks for the adoption of AI technologies. The question becomes: How can…

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AI Bias: Why it’s important to make women prominent in tech

It is imperative that we start encouraging women in AI and here’s why: The gender disparity in AI and data science is 78 percent male, compared with women at 22 percent, based on a study by the World Economic Forum. This challenge goes far beyond the confines of the workforce. With the rise and utilization of…