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Middle-tier workers at risk as automation takes over in UK

Middle-tier workers at risk as automation takes over in UK
  Up to 30% of jobs (10.5 million) in the UK are considered ‘highly automatable’ and therefore at risk to change, with professionals not possessing the skills to accommodate the AI revolution. By 2020, approximately 75 million jobs would have been displaced across the globe as a result of the emergence of AI.
29th October 2019

Insight with impact: deploying analytics on the front line

Insight with impact: deploying analytics on the front line
The impact of analytics on our daily lives can sometimes feel abstract and indirect. Even important decisions made using analytics - like an employer deciding whether to give you an interview - often take place behind a screen, in a location far away from us. By Seb Charrot, Senior Software Development Manager at SAS UK & Ireland
25th October 2019

Automated machine learning to make AI-powered decisions easier

Automated machine learning to make AI-powered decisions easier
SAS is enhancing its easy-to-use AI solutions to help organisations improve efficiency and quickly realise value with automation. The updated SAS Platform delivers new functionality including automated data management, automated machine learning and interpretability features, underscoring SAS’ commitment to making AI more transparent and accessible for all.
24th October 2019


How AI is improving nursing homes

How AI is improving nursing homes
  A growing number of care providers around the world have turned to AI-powered innovations to respond to the rapidly expanding needs of seniors. According to a United Nations report, the global senior population will more than double between 2017 and 2050.
22nd October 2019

Women in Motion art exhibit utilises AR and AI

Women in Motion art exhibit utilises AR and AI
Studio Moshon, a boutique creative animation studio, has announced the launch of their new portraiture gallery, Women In Motion Augmented Reality art exhibit, showcasing Ava DuVernay, Geena Davis, Meredith Walker and Dee Rees. Powered by artificial intelligence, Studio Moshon’s new offering marries cutting edge technology with traditional fine art, creating oil painted portraits celebrating inspirational women in entertainment and sharing their stories through AI and AR technology.
21st October 2019

How AI is being used to map poverty

How AI is being used to map poverty
Dr. Ingmar Weber, Research Director for Social Computing, and Masoomali Fatehkia, Research Assistant of the Qatar Computing Research Institute at Hamad Bin Khalifa University, explain how machine learning is helping to tackle poverty.
17th October 2019

Report shows security and privacy blind spots in AI development

Report shows security and privacy blind spots in AI development
O’Reilly has revealed the results of its 2019 ‘AI Adoption in the Enterprise’ survey. The report shows that security, privacy and ethics are low priority issues for developers when modelling their Machine Learning (ML) solutions. Security is the most serious blind spot. Nearly three-quarters (73%) of respondents indicated they don’t check for security vulnerabilities during model building.
14th October 2019

AI developed to help police support victims of hate crime

AI developed to help police support victims of hate crime
An increase in hate speech on social media leads to more crimes against minorities in the physical world, a study shows. Academics from Cardiff University’s HateLab project collected Twitter and police recorded crime data from London over an eight-month period to analyse whether a significant association existed.
14th October 2019

How AI avoids high beam glare for other vehicles

High beam lights can increase night time visibility range of standard headlights significantly; however, they can create hazardous glare to other drivers.
10th October 2019

Is AI driving the next generation of jobs in the UK?

Is AI driving the next generation of jobs in the UK?
  The uptake of Artificial Intelligence by industry will drastically change the UK job market in the coming years - with 133 million new jobs expected to be created globally. In the UK alone, up to a third of jobs will be automated or likely to change as a result of the emergence of AI - impacting 10.5 million workers.
8th October 2019


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