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The presentation first addresses 6 key questions: Where do we stand with the diversification of AI? Machines are getting better at understanding - where are we with writing? Has AI Research hit a wall in 2020? What's the progress made in AI ethics? Could synthetically created data make AI cheaper? And: Are deep fake deployments of AI becoming more insidious? The presentation then moves on to discuss the 4th generation of AI: Artificial Intuition. It discusses the lines of effort in AI of the US Government and concludes with three actualities on AI-based decision making, COVID-loneliness detection and extrapolation of AI into the long run.

The presentation first addresses 6 key questions: Where do we stand with the diversification of AI? Machines are getting better at understanding - where are we with writing? Has AI Research hit a wall in 2020? What's the progress made in AI ethics? Could synthetically created data make AI cheaper? And: Are deep fake deployments of AI becoming more insidious? The presentation then moves on to discuss the 4th generation of AI: Artificial Intuition. It discusses the lines of effort in AI of the US Government and concludes with three actualities on AI-based decision making, COVID-loneliness detection and extrapolation of AI into the long run.

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  1. 1. AI, IoT, Blockchain & Co: How to keep track and take advantage of what’s going on? Harald Jenny AI-SDV 2020, «NICE»
  2. 2. RESEARCH / NETWORKS SME INDUSTRIES STATE
  3. 3. Sources + Processes + Softwares BI= Business Intelligence
  4. 4. AI, IoT, Blockchain & Co Ressources Access to a large number of professionnal sources (Lexis Nexis, Thomson Reuters, Questel, …) Expertise Our experts in information search and analysis, technology monitoring and innovation coaching are here to help. Tools We develop our own Innovation Portal for more than 10 years, with our customers. Support Expert processes setup and training.
  5. 5. Searches Patents | Publications | Business Intelligence Monitoring Patents | Publications | Design | Web Training Seminars | Corporate Training Coaching Innovation & Strategic Coaching AI, IoT, Blockchain & Co
  6. 6. Monitoring Web AI
  7. 7. AI Monitoring Web SOURCE
  8. 8. AI Monitoring Web SOURCE Since 2018 Worldwide Selected by Crawling and Human Intelligence
  9. 9. AI Monitoring Web SOURCE Since 2018 Worldwide Weekly updates
  10. 10. Focus of this presentation: Artificial Intelligence
  11. 11. Top 7 AI questions 2019
  12. 12. Why do systems that are supposed to help society seem to have a disproportionately adverse effect ? With so much artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning in development, what is the kit programmers might find useful in their AI toolbox? Devising compute strategies for AI applications can be challenging. What are the hardware, network and software frameworks available? CIOs are set to include artificial intelligence in their IT strategy. How do technical, legislative and cultural challenges influence their AI ambitions? Latest forecasts suggest spending on artificial intelligence is ramping up, and organisations that need raw machine learning performance are turning to custom hardware. For AI to improve our lives, it needs to reflect the real world, but what about regulating algorithms too much? Study from McKinsey & Company finds data silos and a lack of enterprise integration are putting some industries at a disadvantage. Why?
  13. 13. 6 Predictions for the Future of AI in 2020
  14. 14. 1. AI will get more diversified 2. Machines will get better at understanding—and generating their own—speech and writing 3. Research could hit a wall 4. Algorithmic ethics concerns will grow 5. Synthetically produced data could make AI cheaper 6. Deepfake deployments will become more insidious Source: ADWEEK, January 3, 2020
  15. 15. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Health Science Society Business Ethics Government Education Military Environment Human perception Research Legal Finance Others Recruitment Management Retail sept.20 juil.20 juin.20 mai.20 avr.20 mars.20 févr.20 janv.20 DIVERSITY
  16. 16. WRITING
  17. 17. RESEARCH
  18. 18. ETHICS 1 11 14 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 2020 2019 2018
  19. 19. SYNTHETIC DATA
  20. 20. DEEPFAKE
  21. 21. AND NOW ? Ready for AI of the 4th generation ?
  22. 22. AND NOW ? Ready for AI of the 4th generation ? The fourth generation of AI is here, and it’s called ‘Artificial Intuition’
  23. 23. 1st generation: “What happened?” → descriptive analytics 2nd generation: “Why did it happen?” → diagnostic analytics 3rd generation: “Based on what has already happened, what could happen in the future?” → predictive analytics 4th generation: “Based on all the data available in the web, what could be done?” → intuitive analytics AND NOW ? Ready for AI of the 4th generation ?
  24. 24. AI 4th generation: “Artificial Intuition” “The concept of artificial intuition is one that, just five years ago, was considered impossible. But now companies like Google, Amazon and IBM are working to develop solutions.” “We need machines that can “think” on their own, especially when faced with an unfamiliar situation. We need AI that can not just analyze the data it is shown, but express a “gut feeling” when something doesn’t add up. In short, we need AI that can mimic human intuition.” AND NOW ? Ready for AI of the 4th generation ? Mark Gazit, thenextweb.com, Sept 3, 2020
  25. 25. 4 LINES OF EFFORT Michael J.K. Kratsios, CTO USA Start at 6:50 End at 11:50
  26. 26. LINES OF EFFORT Michael J.K. Kratsios, CTO USA Stat at 6:50 End at 4 LINES OF EFFORT IN AI 1. R&D: Realise the next great breakthroughs 2. Workfore: set up a large scale robust pipeline of scientists 3. Remove barriers: foster emerging technologies born free versus technologies born in captivity 4. International engagement: join forces with allies to make sure the west is the home for the next technology discoveries
  27. 27. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK Artificial intelligence expert originates new theory for decision-making https://app1.rapid.swiss/Document/2984103 Talking Alone: Researchers Use Artificial Intelligence Tools to Predict Loneliness https://app1.rapid.swiss/Document/2985549 Whoever leads in artificial intelligence in 2030 will rule the world until 2100 https://app1.rapid.swiss/Document/2883014
  28. 28. AI, IoT, Blockchain&Co: The future of technology monitoring is here: https://app1.rapid.swiss Username: svtb.AI-SDV2020 Password: send mail to hjenny@centredoc.ch © CENTREDOC 2020, All rights reserved

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