Most executives surveyed feel positively about AI’s ability to add value to their industries.
Tremendous change is imminent in the profession of human resources.
Only a small percentage of companies are currently investing in AI development in Asia.
Conclusion: A holistic view of productivity development across an entire company and its assets is now emerging.
Survey participants represent a broad cross-section of Asia-based companies and executives.
These images define artificial intelligence, trace its history, and describe its uses.
The promise of software-defined networking and solutions for its wider adoption were explored in depth at VMware’s inaugural future:net event.
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In this article excerpt, a British researcher discusses why AI and cybernetics are moving beyond the realm of science fiction—but warns that the technologies also raise significant ethical questions.
A defense of the warnings about AI in philosopher Nick Bostrom’s book Superintelligence.