What is artificial intelligence and how does it impact the way we live and work today? Read on.
As Transform XO kicks into gear, we begin to share our thoughts and perspectives. My partner and fellow thought leader, Grimur Fjeldsted did this at a recent conference where his presentation on artificial intelligence was voted best of the event.
Here you also get a few snippets that captures the essence of Grimur's great insights.
Artificial intelligence is the attempt to remove the boundaries between men and machines.
Machine learning is a type of AI that provides machines with the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed. The ultimate goal is to develop its own dynamics.
1. Recognition of patterns: Objects in camera recordings/images, facial recognition, language.
2. Prognosis: Anticipation and prediction that often turn in recommendations.
General Intelligence - learning that enables the learner to be able to perform better in situations not previously encountered
Reasoning - to draw conclusions based on the situation at hand.
Problem Solving - ﬁnd X, if given a certain starting point or challenge.
Perception - analyzing a scanned environment, features and relationships between objects. Language Understanding - by following syntax and similar rules used by humans
The presentation deck has a lot of great examples of what artificial intelligence is based on IBM, Amazon, Google, Netflix, MasterCard, AiCure, self-driving cars and Amy - x.ai.
In 2048, AI surpasses human beings as the smartest and most capable life forms on the planet.
Stefan is an acclaimed author, keynote speaker, advisor and entrepreneur. He is a global thought leader on leadership in general and corporate innovation management in particular, he travels around the world to interact with executives and corporate innovation teams who want to take their innovation capabilities and efforts to the next level. The Silicon Valley mindset is key for this to happen. This mindset is rooted in one word: impact. By leveraging new technologies, talent, strong ecosystems, agile leadership, and ingenious approaches to business, Silicon Valley impacts entire industries in ways that shape the world. For a company to thrive—or even survive—in the next decade, its leaders will need to understand the Silicon Valley mindset and be able to put it to work. He helps executives on this through his Silicon Valley Fast Track venture. Stefan completed his entrepreneurial background in A.P. Møller Shipping School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Sloan School of Management. For more information about the Silicon Valley Fast Track, please visit: www.siliconvalleyft.com.