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This will not be a one and done job. As the technology evolves, so to must the safeguards in place to ensure that AI is to the benefit of all, rather than a select few. There will be some central tenants to achieving this. These include building a workforce that is adequately equipped to use the technology, and adapting the educational curriculum. But it also means encouraging businesses to re-skill their workforce, and embracing appropriate immigration. Of course, Brexit has the potential to impact these efforts and we should be prepared to look further afield than just Europe in attracting AI talent. … [Read more...] about AI: the topic that got sidelined in the British election
Of course, the possibilities of 5G are not limited to the digital retail space. 5G is also set to rapidly accelerate omnichannel commerce; bringing the digital and physical worlds together in a completely new way. Brick-and-mortar stores can connect to shoppers via their mobile devices – you might walk into a shop and receive a personalised SMS communication with a special deal just for you, based on your browsing history. Or, through facial recognition tools, retailers could soon be able to track the in-store products you spend the longest time looking at, then send you a digital offer to encourage online purchase after you leave the shop. … [Read more...] about Redefining retail: will 5G change the way we pay?
Speaking at a conference in Brussels on Monday, Pichai said it was important for governments to tackle regulatory questions over facial recognition and, more broadly, AI "sooner rather than later", and that the ban can be "immediate but maybe there's a waiting period before we really think about how it's being used". … [Read more...] about Microsoft and Google just can’t agree on proposed ban on facial recognition
“Don’t be mistaken, this is really a very large, very ambitious project—there’s nothing like it anywhere in the world. We’re taking offshore wind to the next level,” Jeroen Brouwers, spokesperson for the organisation that first proposed the plan, Dutch-German transmission system operator (TSO) TenneT, tells Ars Technica. … [Read more...] about North Sea Wind Power Hub: A giant wind farm to power all of north Europe