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Dec 18, 2022

Artificial Intelligence Fields Will Employ Up to 100 Million People by 2025

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A BanklessTimes data presentation suggests that artificial intelligence will create more jobs than it eliminates. Find out more about the future of AI and employment here.

Dec 12, 2022

World’s Most Amazing Materials That Will Blow Your Mind

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# Ultra Hydrobhobic Material (Gentoo)
Gentoo is the next generation of corrosion-resistant and easy-cleaning coatings. With its combination of high performing abrasion resistance and very low sliding angle, Gentoo excels where other coatings have fallen short https://goo.gl/LgBgXL
https://goo.gl/rGUikJ# Triiodide.
n chemistry, triiodide is usually referred to the triiodide ion, I−
3. This anion, one of the polyhalogen ions, is composed of three iodine atoms. It is formed by combining aqueous solutions of iodide salts and iodine.
https://goo.gl/xEJXeb# Hydrogel.
Hydrogel products constitute a group of polymeric materials, the hydrophilic structure of which renders them capable of holding large amounts of water in their three-dimensional networks. Extensive employment of these products in a number of industrial and environmental areas of application is considered to be of prime importance.
https://goo.gl/BfVgKN# Nitinol.
Nitinol alloys exhibit two closely related and unique properties: shape memory effect (SME) and superelasticity (SE; also called pseudoelasticity, PE). Shape memory is the ability of nitinol to undergo deformation at one temperature, then recover its original, undeformed shape upon heating above its “transformation temperature”.
https://goo.gl/V3DWEx# Gallium metal.
https://goo.gl/va94iV# Aerogel.
https://goo.gl/hVqBz1# Magnetic Thinking Putty!
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Dec 11, 2022

Is it ethical to use AI art? Some thought on this topic

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2022 the Colorado State Fair’s annual art competition gave out prizes in all the usual art categories.

“Thé tre D’opéra Spatial,” took home the blue ribbon in the fair’s contest for emerging digital artists — making it one of the first A.I.-generated pieces to win such a prize.

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Dec 10, 2022

AI, Robots & the Future

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Robots and AI are already real products and services. But will they take our jobs? Or even take over? In this video I discuss these questions in a pragmatic fashion, as well as how we may usefully define “artificial intelligence”. Also covered are cloud AI services, and the role AI in digital transformation.


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Dec 9, 2022

ChatGPT Writes Code 🔥 End Of All Programming Jobs? Your Mind Will Blow After Seeing This!

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OpenAI released a new chatbot called ChatGPT which is insanely good in human conversation. It also writes code with very high accuracy. What is going to happen to all programming jobs and data scientist jobs now? Let’s see a demo of ChatGPT and discuss a few important concerns associated with this. Towards the end of the video, I will ask a question that will do a rest test on ChatGPT’s ability to replace programmer job, you will be amazing to see how ChatGPT responds to that specific query 😊

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Dec 7, 2022

Robots Will Replace These Workers By 2025

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, employment, health, robotics/AI

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How soon will we be seeing robots walking about the street? How soon will robots join medical staff in hospitals and aid real people in life or death situations? How soon will robots replace health staff? The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that we will see a global shortfall of 12 million health workers by 2025.

From lifting patients and delivering lab samples, to cleaning and providing companionship, care robots can help with a range of tasks across a hospital or care setting. With nurses spending up to a third of their shift on menial tasks such as collecting equipment, the expectation is that care robots will be able to take ownership of these more mundane jobs, letting health staff focus on more important tasks.

Nov 30, 2022

Amazon debuts a fully autonomous warehouse robot

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You can’t discuss fulfillment robots without mentioning Amazon. Over the past decade, the retail juggernaut has become the 800-pound gorilla in the category, courtesy of several key acquisitions and seemingly endless resources. And while warehouse robotics and automation have been accelerated amid the pandemic and resulting employment crunch, Amazon Robotics has been driving these categories for years now.

This week at its annual Re: Mars conference in Las Vegas, the company celebrated a decade of its robotics division, which was effectively born with its acquisition of Kiva Systems. Over the course of its life, Amazon Robotics has deployed more than 520,000 robotic drive units, across its fulfillment and sort centers. From the outside, it’s been a tremendous success in the company’s push toward same-and next-day package delivery, and its driven the competition to look for their own third-party robotics solutions, bolstering startups like Locus, Fetch and Berkshire Grey.

Nov 28, 2022

Japanese railway company to use a giant humanoid robot for fixing power lines

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The West Japan Rail Company, also known as JR West, has unveiled its giant worker robot that can be tasked to carry out jobs that are considered risky for humans, New Atlas reported.

【News Release】 生産性・安全性向上に向けて、株式会社人機一体および日本信号株式会社と共同で、人型重機ロボットと鉄道工事用車両を融合させた多機能鉄道重機を開発しています。

詳しくはこちらをご覧ください。 https://www.westjr.co.jp/press/article/items/220415_01_robot.pdf pic.twitter.com/FBVjIe1xCC — JR西日本ニュース【公式】 (@news_jrwest) April 15, 2022

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Nov 27, 2022

We made thousands selling AI-generated books

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Many creative people have been seeing the writing on the wall: AI is coming for your jobs. That is, if you’re one of the lucky ones able to live off your creative work in the first place — which precious few are. We actually think, however, that this is a needlessly fearful and…

Nov 26, 2022

New robots in Europe can be workers’ best friends

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Just as car created job for drivers, computer created job for data entry operator.robots will also create new types of high paying jobs.

For decades, the arrival of robots in the workplace has been a source of public anxiety over fears that they will replace workers and create unemployment.

Now that more sophisticated and humanoid robots are actually emerging, the picture is changing, with some seeing robots as promising teammates rather than unwelcome competitors.

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