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Guy Grainger’s keynote at the Global Female Leader summit 2019 addressed the reasons why it is necessary instead of demolishing existing buildings to repurpose them, how AI and the rise of robots can be used in the workplace to connect people even more and why this is critical for business success. Learn more!
Research has shown that robots are now taking over jobs in several industries. We had a closer look at 6 industries that have already started wiping out some human jobs. In this article, you will get insights into pioneering companies which employ robots in everyday business.
The rise of the robots and Artificial Intelligence is becoming more and more popular in the world of work. Nevertheless, there are several reasons why human experience will remain as key factor for business success. This article will discuss four of them.
Consider this: technically, almost every job we know can be done by robots or algorithms. And the machines are even *better* than we are at most of them. Would you have thought these jobs could be automated ten years ago?
Artificial Intelligence poses many ethical questions for humanity. How do we transition to a society in which we will work side by side with robot colleagues? How do we programme "ethical" code? Where are the limits of AI, that is, if there are any?
One of the summit’s major themes this year was – you guessed it – artificial intelligence. It influcenced most of our discussions and is important for nearly every relevant economic issue. Concerning this topic, we had the pleasure of talking to Vera Schneevoigt from Fujitsu.
At Global Female Leaders 2017 Samantha Payne from Open Bionics will show us, how her company tries to provide humanity with affordable and high-quality bionic limbs. The future is today, not tomorrow. This is the impression you get reading about the recent developments in technology.
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