The Real Problem With Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has undoubtedly transformed numerous aspects of our lives, bringing about unprecedented advancements and convenience. However, amid all the excitement and promise, there lies a real problem that demands our attention. The issue at hand is not with the technology itself, but rather how it is designed and implemented.
'They Are Only Found In Germany And China' See What Will Be Guiding Road Users In Nairobi City
Image: Courtesy. The Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) is working on a plan to introduce high technology system to monitor and control traffic jams in Nairobi. KURA Director General Silas Kinoti noted that the new intelligent infrastructure is essential for reducing traffic jams on major roads in the city.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) taking the world to the future.
Technology is moving in supersonic speed where by Artificial intelligence AI is taking the world to another level. AI Tech is replacing skilled workers whereby, in future we are expecting human workers to be replaced by tireless, efficient robots. It is ironical and menial to imagine that some employee will need to be fired since employers will have to adapt to great technology been experienced.
How Artificial Intelligence will change the way we work, travel and play
In the last few years, we’ve heard a lot about Artificial Intelligence (AI). It has begun to infiltrate our everyday lives and has made things easier for us. We can book hotels, flights, or cabs with the help of AI-based apps such as OYO or TripAdvisor.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a wide-going part of software engineering concerned about building brilliant machines fit for performing undertakings that normally require human insight. Computerized reasoning has changed the world so much and will acquire a lot of more changes the next few years. Man-made intelligence is now coordinated into our regular routines.
KURA is mulling plans to introduce a high technological system to monitor&control traffic in Nairobi
The Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) is mulling plans to introduce a high technological system to monitor and control traffic in Nairobi. Speaking on Saturday, April 16, KURA Director General, Silas Kinoti, noted that the new intelligent infrastructure is essential for reducing the huge traffic snarl up witnessed on major roads within the city.
9 Ways to Improve Your Immediate Workplace
The current Covid pandemic has not been easy for anybody. Not many people will forget the year 2020 and onwards. No one has been spared by its disruption of daily life routine. What makes it worse is that it comes together with the need of wearing a mask, social distancing and vaccination.