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Would you like flies with that? AI drive-thru VAs get pulled from menus
As AI and other new-fangled tech are introduced into the mainstream, there are bound to be some hiccups along the way. The fast food industry is a good example of how not to go about this transition, as it has already led to embarrassing headlines, dissatisfied customers, and companies backtracking as they are forced to rethink their AI strategies. The Yuan's Ben Armour breaks down the situation.
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Ben Armour  |  Jul  11,  2024
AI holds the key to making cities more resilient amid climate change
More than half the world’s population lives in cities, many of which are vulnerable to flooding as sea levels and temperatures rise. AI will play a huge role in helping them adapt and become more resilient, argues IBM Vice President and Chief Impact Officer Justina Nixon-Saintil.
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Justina Nixon-Saintil  |  Jul  10,  2024
The intersection of writing, editing, and AI sheds light on the future of work
This episode of the Delta Dialog dives into the intriguing intersection of AI with translation, writing, and editing. Our guest, Jack Kotin, brings a wealth of experience to the table as an economist, linguist, and editor for The Yuan.
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Emir Mustafa Isler  |  Jul  02,  2024
Air Canvas using Python libraries reveals much about art in the digital age
In the current digital age of advanced tech, the boundaries between art, science, and technology are increasingly blurring. Researcher Parisa Naraei describes a project exploring the concept of computer vision and its workings, with various intriguing applications.
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Parisa Naraei  |  May  07,  2024
Humanity must navigate a future of freedom versus control in the age of AI
As the AI epoch advances, humans face a stark choice and must seek to strike the right balance between freedom and control by the entrenched Big Tech elites, counsels Bart de Witte, an expert on digital transformation in healthcare and founder of Berlin-based non-profit HIPPO AI.
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Bart de Witte  |  Mar  29,  2024
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