Molly Lavik, columnist, has been instrumental in the formation of the sustainable business industry for the past decade, and for the last five years has also developed the world’s first conference at the intersection of artificial intelligence and the Entertainment/Media/Health and Wellness industries.
As artificial intelligence brings nations high-speed facial recognition capabilities, surveillance societies are rising across nations: blurring the lines between privacy and security. This is for the enormous scale of changes that are enabled by significant advancements in technology: digital imaging, high-speed p
Let’s go way back to 1977 and Fleetwood Mac’s single, “Don’t Stop.”
“Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow
Don’t stop, it’ll soon be here
It’ll be better, better than before
Yesterday’s gone, yesterday’s gone.”
Creative Destruction – What Came Before What’s Coming Next
Prior to the beginnings of Internet-based e-commerce, the computer was essentially a filing cabinet, handling the affairs of the back office, programmed under the file clerk metaphor: ca
Actually, to use common sense, the title of this article should be in the words of renowned architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, “There is nothing more uncommon than common sense.” Hmm? Is that common sense, or commonsense, or common-sense. It takes some real common sense to know the difference.
A long time ago in an innovation ecosystem far, far away… a recent MIT graduate started his career in a vintage 1970sMassachusetts Route 128Artificial Intelligence (AI) startup doing speech recognition, re-named Verbex after Exxon acquired the company. Fast forward to AI in 2019, and what stands out most to that grad (me) are two pleasant surprises.
This is an age of artificial intelligence (AI) driven automation and autonomous machines. The increasing ubiquity and rapidly expanding potential of self-improving, self-replicating, autonomous intelligent machines has spurred a massive automation driven transformation of human ecosystems in cyberspace, geospace and space (CGS).
The advent of Artificial Intelligence in the corporate world is disrupting existing business processes and changing the way organizations are run. AI is fast becoming a cornerstone of how businesses manage their bottom line, while opening new revenue streams that could provide a boost to their toplines as well. Given the scale of its impact, there is no doubt that AI will also have a severe impact on the science that governs how organizations are run today.
Just think for a moment about how much online searching you do. Need to find a nearby Thai restaurant? Just type your query into the search engine and presto: You receive page after page of results listing eateries in your area offering Pad Thai. Need to know the forecast in Austin? Again, punch in your query and you will receive no shortage of pages offering three-day forecasts, five-day forecasts, even year-round averages. This is the world we now inhabit.