AI: Should you start looking for a new job?

Is artificial intelligence really going to change the way we live and work, or are the supposed possibilities no more than seductive PR? In this episode, alongside chief technologist Matt Armstrong-Barnes, we trace AI's technological leaps from Alan Turing to AlexNet via Dartmouth University. We map out the innovations impacting organisations right now by untangling strong and narrow AI, machine learning, deep learning, and artificial neural networks. From cybersecurity to big data, we ponder the good, the bad, and the uncanny side of AI; how to tread the ethical tightrope; and identify implementation tactics applicable to organisations of any size.

Is artificial intelligence really going to change the way we live and work, or are the supposed possibilities no more than seductive PR?

In this episode, alongside chief technologist Matt Armstrong-Barnes, we trace AI's technological leaps from Alan Turing to AlexNet via Dartmouth University. We map out the innovations impacting organisations right now by untangling strong and narrow AI, machine learning, deep learning, and artificial neural networks.

From cybersecurity to big data, we ponder the good, the bad, and the uncanny side of AI; how to tread the ethical tightrope; and identify implementation tactics applicable to organisations of any size.

The long show notes for this episode can be found here: https://community.hpe.com/t5/hpe-blog-uk-ireland/artificial-intelligence-should-you-start-looking-for-a-new-job/ba-p/7093591#.XzJvQChueUk
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