Category: Research

Thinking computers making humans redundant

Author: Graeme Codrington, James Kirk (yBC.tv)

Categories: Business Growth, Business Strategy, Digital Economy, disruption, Research
Tags: industrial age, information age, IQ, physical ability, revolution, robots
Artificial intelligence and cognitive computing is the latest in a series of technological developments that have affected the value of human ability. Graeme Codrington discusses the development in this video. Computers have the advantage About 100 years ago if you wanted to be quite successful in the world it would have been very clever for [...]
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