What’s happening today in the pandemic-stricken world reminds one of Isaac Asimov’s book The Naked Sun. In the novel, the Solarian people communicate through holograms, avoid all physical contact, and have all their chores performed by robots.
In the past few months, telemedical services have been exploding to the point that they struggle to onboard new customers. Once the COVID-19 is over, will telehealth get pushed to the fringes of healthcare, or become the new normal?
Since the use of artificial intelligence (AI) has become ubiquitous today, there are proportionally more opportunities for this amazing piece of tech to fail. And one area where AI still fails is delivering the same level of service to all.
The promise of driverless cars is huge: they could free up time, improve road safety, empty our parking lots or replace car ownership. But making them is easier said than done. So, which technological and regulatory puzzles are holding AVs back?
It is generally believed that AI is out of reach of the average tech company that doesn't specialize in machine learning or other AI technologies specifically. But here is when off-the-shelf AI solutions can help. This post is an overview of these.