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Nov 10, 2023

Unemployed Man Uses AI to Apply for 5,000 Jobs, Gets 20 Interviews

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Applying for a job has always been a frustrating task, and employers getting deluged with a huge number of online applications is making the process more painful than ever.

Software engineer Julian Joseph applied to 5,000 jobs using an AI tool called LazyApply. He got 20 interviews.

Nov 10, 2023

AI Will Put Programmers out of Work in 2025

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Will AI put game developers out of business? Find out why we think so after developing a new udemy course “Fast and Furious Game Dev with JavaScript and AI.”

Nov 5, 2023

New field study finds AI will not put people out of work

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Link :- Will AI be the source of new employment or the end of more traditional roles? A new study seeks to answer this one crucial question.


AI-powered automation has the ability to take over routine, repetitive, and manual processes. Consequently, employment in sectors such as manufacturing, data entry and customer service may be vulnerable with workers in these industries losing their jobs.

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Nov 4, 2023

‘AI will do everything’: Elon Musk on the future of jobs

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“We will have for the first time something that is smarter than the smartest human,” added Musk at the UK’s AI Safety Summit.

The latest advancements in artificial intelligence are also fanning an anxious frenzy around the technology replacing human jobs. And that’s something that came up in a candid discussion between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak around the sidelines of the AI Safety Summit.

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Oct 22, 2023

Amazon Field-Testing Awe-Inspiring Digit Bipedal Robot

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Amazon is always on the frontier of technological advancements, and in a recent move, the e-commerce giant announced its plans to deepen its collaboration with Agility Robotics. As part of their ongoing partnership, Amazon will commence tests using the bipedal robot, Digit, in its operations. This exciting development comes after Amazon’s strategic investment in Agility Robotics through the Amazon Industrial Innovation Fund.

For those unfamiliar with Digit, it’s a marvel of modern robotic engineering. Developed by Agility Robotics, Digit stands out with its unique bipedal design. It isn’t just any robot; it’s designed with two legs, allowing it to move and operate in human-like ways, making it exceptionally fit for environments crafted for humans. Equipped with advanced sensors like LIDAR, it perceives its surroundings and avoids obstacles with ease. Its arms are adept at maintaining balance, carrying objects, and interacting with various elements of its environment.

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Oct 19, 2023

Our automated case handling robot does the heavy lifting to safely unload trailers and containers

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See how Stretch is tackling one of the toughest jobs in the warehouse.

Oct 17, 2023

Silent Predator Unveiled: Decoding WebWyrm Stealthy Malware affecting 50 countries

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In the intricate landscape of global cybersecurity, Webwyrm malware has surfaced as a formidable adversary, casting its ominous shadow across 50 nations and leaving in its wake over 100,000 compromised victims. This insidious digital menace successfully emulates in excess of 1,000 reputable companies globally, with the ensuing potential financial fallout estimated to surpass a staggering $100 million. It is imperative for cybersecurity professionals and organizations alike to comprehend the multifaceted nature of this threat to devise and implement robust defensive strategies effectively.

In the dynamic realm of cyber threats, malicious actors incessantly refine their Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs), exploiting extant vulnerabilities and augmenting the efficacy of their malicious campaigns. Webwyrm epitomizes this relentless pursuit of evolution, embodying a level of sophistication reminiscent of infamous cyber threats of yore, such as the notorious ‘Blue Whale Challenge.’

WebWyrm malware orchestrates a complex, deceptive narrative aimed at duping unsuspecting job seekers into relinquishing their cryptocurrency. Initiating contact predominantly via WhatsApp, the malefactors likely leverage data procured from employment portals to pinpoint and engage individuals predisposed to their deceptive overtures. Prospective victims are enticed with promises of lucrative weekly remuneration, ranging between $1200 and $1500, contingent upon the completion of daily task “packets” or “resets.”

Oct 9, 2023

Godfather of AI tells ‘60 Minutes’ he fears the technology could one day take over humanity

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Geoffrey Hinton hails the benefits of artificial intelligence but also sounds the alarm on such things as autonomous battlefield robots, fake news and unintended bias in employment and policing.

Geoffrey Hinton, who has been called “the Godfather of AI,” sat down with 60 Minutes.

Hinton is a British computer scientist and cognitive psychologist, best known for his work on artificial neural networks — aka the framework for AI. He spent a decade working for Google before leaving in May of this year, citing concerns about the risks of AI.

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Oct 5, 2023

Ray Kurzweil Wants To Put Nanobots In Our Bloodstream

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Would you want to live forever? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and author, inventor, and futurist Ray Kurzweil discuss immortality, longevity escape velocity, the singularity, and the future of technology. What will life be like in 10 years?

Could we upload our brain to the cloud? We explore the merger of humans with machines and how we are already doing it. Could nanobots someday flow through our bloodstreams? Learn about the exponential growth of computation and what future computing power will look like.

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Oct 1, 2023

Is AI Threatening Our Jobs?

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You cannot read any newspaper, media report, or publication these days without a mention of AI and its impact to disrupting business in shaping new ways or working, augmenting human intelligence, or raising genuine fears of what have we unleashed in our societal structures.

IBM’s survey in 2022 predicted that the AI global adoption is already over 35 percent in using AI to modernize business practices and processes.

It’s already over a decade now since Oxford researchers, Carl Frey and Michael Osborne in their seminal research, declared that over 47 percent of jobs would disappear by 2030.

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