AI, like any technology can be used for good or bad purposes. And, when it comes to the development of super sophisticated software it’s up to us to put procedures, policies and safeguards in place so that AI aids our life - not runs it!
Encrypting emails to safeguard our information is important but often neglected.
How do futurists go about predicting what the world might be like 200-300 years in the future?
Driverless cars have been a discussed for quite some time, but what impact will the Coronavirus pandemic have on the timing and roll-out of autonomous vehicles?
There will be a lot of changes likely for travel in the near future, in how we spend our holidays and once again start to take business trips.
New innovations may make it a bit safer to return to office buildings, shopping centres and other places where large numbers of people gather.
There are many different ways that artificial intelligence in conjunction with huge data sets, analytics, CT scans and chatbots can really assist the healthcare sector.
Drone and bot deliveries have been talked about and tested for some time now, but with the advent of COVID-19, we’re seeing the accelerated deployment of these technologies on a much larger scale
Drones can check social distancing while monitoring body temps and even heart rates, as well as spraying disinfectant!
Robots are designed to take blood and do on-the-spot analysis are being tested, and robots that can very quickly automate coronavirus testing are being deployed to accelerate mass testing.