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Dec 31, 2022

What Are The Future Disruptive Trends In A Volatile 2023

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The year 2023 is set to be revolutionary for technology, with many disruptive trends expected to reshape how businesses function and how people interact with each other. From metaverse-based virtual workspaces, advancements in quantum computing and green energy sources to innovations in robots and satellite connectivity – here’s a look at the technological trends that could define the coming year.

According to BCG’s “Mind the Tech Gap” survey, a majority of businesses across 13 countries plan to increase their spending on digital transformation in 2023 vs. 2022. The top two areas for future investments are business model transformation and sustainability, with respondents expressing concern over the uncertain return on investment from digital transformation initiatives. Furthermore, Sylvain Duranton, a Senior Partner & Managing Director at Boston Consulting Group, Global Leader of BCG X states that “Despite economic headwinds, 60% of BCG’s recently surveyed companies plan to increase their investments in digital and AI in 2023. But many of those surveyed simultaneously expressed concern over the uncertainty of the ROI from digital transformation. During covid, we saw companies that used advanced digital technologies and AI outperform their counterparts.

Dec 31, 2022

The Four Fastest Growing And Most Rapidly Spreading Skill Sets In The Job Market

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Who knows what impact the chatbot will ultimately have. But a new report from Burning Glass Institute done in partnership with Business-Higher Education Forum and Wiley shows that artificial intelligence and machine learning skills are not only among the fastest growing and widest spreading skill sets across industries in the job market—but having them can mean workers get paid more, rather than less in their jobs.

“The notion that automation is this lurking menace on the horizon is something we should rethink,” says Matt Sigelman, president of the labor market research nonprofit Burning Glass Institute. “We’re seeing that people whose work involves leveraging automation skills get paid significantly more than those who don’t.”

Dec 30, 2022

How Connecting our Brains to Computers Will Create a New Kind of Human | ENDEVR Documentary

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How Connecting our Brains to Computers Can Create a New Kind of Human | Artificial Intelligence | Investigative Documentary from 2019.

The symbiosis of the brain and artificial intelligence will give rise to a new humanity, a kind of “super-humanity”. Brain-machine communication will allow that the cognitive capabilities of the human being will enhance, giving rise to the first augmented humans. Connecting brains will be done, and we’ll have powerful synthetic telepathy technologies. It’ll be possible not only to read other person’s thoughts but also manipulate them. Neurotechnologies are about to cause a radical social shift that will change the concepts of the inner self and the very reality. Neurorights will be key points, as it will be mandatory to regulate the privacy of our conscious or even subconscious thoughts.
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Dec 30, 2022

Transhumanism: “The World’s Most Dangerous Idea” | Philosophy Tube

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Dec 29, 2022

What to expect from AI in 2023

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As a rather commercially successful author once wrote, “the night is dark and full of terrors, the day bright and beautiful and full of hope.” It’s fitting imagery for AI, which like all tech has its upsides and downsides.

Art-generating models like Stable Diffusion, for instance, have led to incredible outpourings of creativity, powering apps and even entirely new business models. On the other hand, its open source nature lets bad actors use it to create deepfakes at scale — all while artists protest that it’s profiting off of their work.

What’s on deck for AI in 2023? Will regulation rein in the worst of what AI brings, or are the floodgates open? Will powerful, transformative new forms of AI emerge, à la ChatGPT, disrupting industries once thought safe from automation?

Dec 29, 2022

Psychedelics Are Fueling a Mental Health Revolution

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Once deemed dangerous and illegal, psychedelic compounds have been rediscovered by the scientific, medical and psychiatric communities as research reveals their capacity to help patients with a range of maladies. With investors beginning to flood this new market with capital, will Big Pharma join in, or try to squash a nascent revolution of the mind?

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Dec 29, 2022

From Humans to Cyborgs — How Humanity Could be Transformed through Technology | ENDEVR Documentary

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Dec 25, 2022

Compound semiconductors: Let there be light, speed and power

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It now costs between $3bn-4bn to build a silicon chip fabrication plant (fab plant), and consequently, there are relatively few fabs around the world.-from 2019.

UK companies get ahead of the curve with investments in R&D and fabrication infrastructure for next-gen electronics. Andy Sellars, Chief Business Development Officer, UK Catapult, explains the strategy.

Artificial intelligence (AI) and quantum computing require compound semiconductors to achieve full commercialisation.

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Dec 22, 2022

AI Trends For 2023: Industry Experts (And ChatGPT AI) Make Their Predictions

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As we look back at 2022, it’s clear that the field of artificial intelligence (AI) has made some very important strides. From breakthroughs in natural language processing and computer vision to improved adoption of AI by businesses, we’ve seen several milestones.

It’s no doubt that AI will continue its explosive growth into 2023. However, given the rapid pace of change, it’s important to separate meaningful advancements from distracting fads.

What are the top AI trends and fads for 2023? What’s one thing business leaders must stop doing to unlock business value from AI? Hear predictions from 10 experts, including ChatGPT AI!

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Dec 22, 2022

AI Chatbot Wars: Google management on alert after seeing ChatGPT’s potential

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Could the AI bot one day replace the search engine?

Three weeks ago, an artificial intelligence research laboratory, Open AI, unveiled its experimental chatbot ChatGPT. Though far away from perfection, a look at its capabilities has been sufficient to send a red alert to Google about how AI can upend its business. Sundar Pichai, the CEO at Alphabet, Google’s parent company, has now directed multiple groups to focus on addressing this threat, Business Insider.

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