Economics of AI

Data Economics of AI

Is Data the New Frontier of Power?

From the Rīga Conference 2021 Decades have passed since one can consider issues of security at a regional or global level as straight forward melee combat. The number of battle-fronts a country must consider keeps increasing on a regular basis. The most recent tool to be used and targeted is the digital footprint left by […]

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AI Economics of AI Generative AI

The Future Of Machine Learning And Programming

Codex can program in 11 different languages with Python being it’s strongest. Is codex going to replace software developers? Codex is a machine learning based system which is able to transform natural language text into code. Codex is borne out of GPT-3 which was also created by OpenAI. When the team at OpenAI realized that […]

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AI Economics of AI

Harnessing Ai to Transform Data and Unlock Business Results

In this webinar, I was on a panel where we discussed the top 5 analytic challenges in the retail industry. We also dove into the many applications of data science that can be used to enhance retail companies and better understand the consumer.

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AI Economics of AI

Is It Still Worth Getting into Front-End Development?

Kevin Powell answers a question that’s been on my mind lately: with the rise of low-code/no-code systems (along with AI), what will happen to UI designer jobs?

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Economics of AI Robotics

Meet California’s New Robot Farmers

Hello World’s Ashlee Vance heads out on Route 395 in a bid to see robots who have become farmers.

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AI Economics of AI

Can An AI Design Our Tax Policy?

Two Minute Papers dives into the paper “The AI Economist: Improving Equality and Productivity with AI-Driven Tax Policies.” It’s hard to imagine an AI doing a worse job than humans.

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Data Driven Economics of AI

Did We Just Replace a Human with AI?

In this DataPoint, I examine whether or not the new AI voice over tech really replaced a human or did it open up new creative options instead?

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Covid Pandemic Economics of AI Robotics

The Robot Revolution Is Happening-Like It or Not

Wall Street Journal explores why the COVID pandemic has accelerated the arrival of robotics in the workplace. Nearly every company across every industry is looking for new ways to minimize human contact, cut costs and address the labor crunch in repetitive and dangerous jobs. WSJ explores why many are looking to robots as the solution […]

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