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Sep 23, 2023

How a student invented an affordable fire-fighting robot

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FireBot is a high-temperature resistant and wirelessly controlled robot that can assist firefighters in search and rescue operations.

Firefighters have one of the most dangerous and heroic jobs in the world. They risk their lives every day to save people from burning buildings, often without knowing what they will face inside. But what if there was a way to make their job safer and easier?

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Sep 14, 2023

Discover How to Thrive in the AI Revolution!

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Welcome to the AI Revolution! In this eye-opening whiteboard animation, we dive into the rapidly changing world of work shaped by artificial intelligence. Discover how AI is transforming industries, the new opportunities being created, and the challenges we must overcome. Learn the importance of upskilling, reskilling, and nurturing human skills to stay ahead in the age of automation. Don’t miss this chance to prepare for the future and thrive in the AI-driven workplace. Subscribe for more insights on the cutting edge of technology and the future of work!

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Sep 11, 2023

The Future of Jobs in the Era of AI

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An in-depth analysis of the US, Germany, and Australia shows how technology will disrupt labor markets by 2030—displacing millions of workers but creating new opportunities as well.

Sep 10, 2023

Why Go With an Evil-Looking Orb?

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But OpenAI isn’t Altman’s only project, and it’s not even his only project with ambitions to change the world. He is also a co-founder of a company called Tools for Humanity, which has the lofty goal of protecting people from the economic devastation that may arise from AI taking human jobs. The company’s first major project is Worldcoin, which uses an evil-looking metallic orb—called the Orb—to take eyeball scans from people all over the world.

Those scans are converted into unique codes that confirm you are a real, individual human, not a bot. In the future, this will theoretically grant you access to a universal basic income parceled out through Worldcoin’s cryptocurrency, WLD. (You will want this because you will not be able to find work.) More than 2 million people in 35 countries have been scanned already, according to Tools for Humanity’s World ID app. Although it’s not yet available in the United States, the WLD token has been distributed elsewhere, and the company has also recruited users through cash incentives in countries such as Indonesia and Kenya.

Sep 9, 2023

Elon Musk’s X is hiring, and the Diet Coke-loving billionaire says soda machines will be a perk

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Elon Musk’s X is using its new jobs listing service to recruit engineers, and the billionaire promoted it by referencing incoming soda machines.

Sep 8, 2023

Generative AI will supersede 2.4 million US jobs by 2030

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The report description of generative AI stated:

Sep 7, 2023

Meet generative AI’s ‘super users’: 70% of Gen Z use GenAI

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Salesforce’s survey shows that age and employment status are major factors in AI adoption.

Sep 7, 2023

What is the India story for Generative AI?

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Every few years comes a disruptive technology that catalyzes the development stages of not just companies but also society as a whole. Generative AI may not be as big as the invention of the internet but it is a foundational block to create a new digital transformation aided by AI.

The reason why Generative AI is one of the most exciting chapters in this journey of transformation is because the technology comes very close to imitating human quality of output. It sparks a very controversial debate about its advantages and disadvantages, especially in a country like ours with a large disposition to lose in terms of jobs that can be replaced by AI. But let’s look at our own journey of digital transformation closely. India has always charted a strong developmental course in terms of the tech industry with robust manpower, unmatched pricing, and a very dynamic workforce that has placed our country sixth in terms of AI investments between 2013–2022. Here, we do have to be mindful that our journey as a country for any disruptive technology may look completely different than others.

Sep 6, 2023

Improvements ahead: How humans and AI might evolve together in the next decade

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Other questions to the experts in this canvassing invited their views on the hopeful things that will occur in the next decade and for examples of specific applications that might emerge. What will human-technology co-evolution look like by 2030? Participants in this canvassing expect the rate of change to fall in a range anywhere from incremental to extremely impactful. Generally, they expect AI to continue to be targeted toward efficiencies in workplaces and other activities, and they say it is likely to be embedded in most human endeavors.

The greatest share of participants in this canvassing said automated systems driven by artificial intelligence are already improving many dimensions of their work, play and home lives and they expect this to continue over the next decade. While they worry over the accompanying negatives of human-AI advances, they hope for broad changes for the better as networked, intelligent systems are revolutionizing everything, from the most pressing professional work to hundreds of the little “everyday” aspects of existence.

One respondent’s answer covered many of the improvements experts expect as machines sit alongside humans as their assistants and enhancers. An associate professor at a major university in Israel wrote, “In the coming 12 years AI will enable all sorts of professions to do their work more efficiently, especially those involving ‘saving life’: individualized medicine, policing, even warfare (where attacks will focus on disabling infrastructure and less in killing enemy combatants and civilians). In other professions, AI will enable greater individualization, e.g., education based on the needs and intellectual abilities of each pupil/student. Of course, there will be some downsides: greater unemployment in certain ‘rote’ jobs (e.g., transportation drivers, food service, robots and automation, etc.).”

Sep 3, 2023

Why is it important to students Reskill to AI | Dr. Srinivas Padmanabhuni

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This talks about the changing dynamics of jobs and relation to AI. While there are a lot of apprehensions of AI killing jobs but it highlights that there are several new jobs being created by AI. It also stresses the need for professionals and students to reskill themselves in areas as diverse as AI and automation. So the argument that AI is going to kill jobs is not valid. Instead it enforces the argument that reskilling is most important.

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