The idea of a super-intelligent machine taking control of humans sounds like a far-fetched plot of a science-fiction novel. But in future societies, experts predict that super-intelligent artificial intelligence (AI) will play a key role – and some are worried that it could be humanity’s greatest mistake.
At the turn of the century, China would not have been considered a leader in either the Artificial Intelligence (AI) or the robotics industries. But one technological revolution later, and times have changed; China is reaching the top.
Our eyes are the next battleground for technology dominance. It’s not because of what’s happening now. It’s because of what happened in the past, and what’s coming next. Roughly 40 years back, the first PC was launched. Since then, several battles for technology dominance ensued.
During my discussions with friends and a variety of people about equality, I always find it fascinating to listen and understand the different perspectives that people have with regards to the topic. Some people don’t believe in the importance of gender equality and believe that we should prescribe to our (traditional/societally imposed norms). Whereas, others believe what that equality is a growing problem of our time and needs to be addressed more within our society. All in all, along the spectrum you get so many different people who all view equality in different ways.
Despite lightening up our world, the energy industry is facing big challenges. Our world is made up of gadgets and appliances that constantly need to be powered up with some form of energy, be it electricity, petrol, cooking oil, or anything else. So, the production of energy never stops, and the requirement of more energy is unlikely to go down as well.
Throughout years, the banking industry has improved its service delivery thanks to technological innovation. Services are critical components in daily activities as most transactions are undertaken through the banking sector. The number of customers served in the banking sector has increased exponentially. Each transaction in the banking sector amounts to data creation and collection. The banking industry produces a large volume of data on a day to day activities. The adoption of big data analytics will revolutionise banking at present and in the future.
The Goods and Service Tax Network (GSTN) company is going to be handling 300 crore invoices each month from a total of 80 Lakh users. This represents a massive digitization at all levels of the Indian economy. As mid-sized companies raise their IT expenditure, the possibility of making major strides towards the mining of data for improving business decision-making can be accelerated to faster fruition. The Goods and Services Tax has been built upon a software infrastructure that is designed to drive users to be completely aware of their data. When a company wants to get relevant information from the GSTN, Big Data will play a vital role in the analysis and evaluation of the GST data trove.