Tackling today’s biggest social and technological challenges requires the ability to think critically about their human context, which is something that humanities graduates happen to be best trained to do.
The industry succeeds because it excels in sharing ideas and building on the work of others.
Social media has led to less human interaction, not more.
The recent fatal crash in Arizona suggests that the technology may not be ready for prime time.
It is a lot more difficult for businesses to implement AI than it seems.
A quantum computer can solve equations faster than traditional computers.
We can expect that within two or three years, VR headsets will cost less than $100 and enable billions of people to benefit from the education revolution finally at hand.
The “bottomless bowl” of information we are served leaves us always seeking more.
Researchers at a Californian artificial intelligence firm have just published a paper documenting how they were able to defeat CAPTCHA using new artificial intelligence techniques.
Research shows there is no substitute for the work and industry experience and management ability that come with age.