Artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer vision, and deep learning. They all seem to be used interchangeably. But are they really the same?
According to a recent study, that's how many workers could be displaced by 2030 thanks to automation and artificial intelligence. These stats can be scary, and they tend to flare up heated debates around technology and its role in our work force.
Deep learning and edge computing... they're more than just buzzwords.
Your world is entirely mobile. Everything from checking emails, ordering your morning Starbucks, booking a flight and walking your dog can be done from your mobile device.
Let's talk about Bill
Bill owns a nursery and garden center in South San Francisco. He's the founder, CEO, human resources, soil and succulent guru, and the customer service specialist. Needless to say, his plate is full.
Veni, vidi, vici
The Turing team enjoyed everything ISC East 2018 had to offer: an amazing group of exhibitors and attendees, over 40 educational sessions during the show, the newly renovated Javits Center as our venue, and evening explorations in the city that never sleeps.
Why the hype?
"If you aren't using automation, you're working too hard."
In past blog posts, we've discussed some of the big questions around automation and autonomous security. In the past decade, billions of dollars have been invested in security automation; from video analytics and robots to smart buildings. Scholars and engineers have said automation marks the beginning of the fourth industrial revolution.
Are robots going to take over?
There has been a lot of talk around automation in recent years with A.I. and robotic technologies advancing at an unprecedented rate. Rather than listen to vast array of online opinions, we decided to take a look at what the economists had to say.