100 groundbreaking inventions that are changing the way we live, work, play and think about what’s possible.
Technologies will see wider adoption in the next few years, and this deployment could change processes and operations in many different fields.
A new image recognition algorithm uses the way humans see things for inspiration.
The first university in the world to align its entire range of courses to artificial intelligence was recently founded in Abu Dhabi.
When it comes to climate change, there isn’t just one tipping point but many that scientists are increasingly pulling into view.
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TOP INSIGHTS

17 December 2019

BEST INVENTIONS IN 2019

TIME highlighted the Best Inventions that are making the world better, smarter and even a bit more fun. 

Technologies will see wider adoption in the next few years, and this deployment could change processes and operations in many different fields.

A new image recognition algorithm uses the way humans see things for inspiration.

The first university in the world to align its entire range of courses to artificial intelligence was recently founded in Abu Dhabi.

When it comes to climate change, there isn’t just one tipping point but many that scientists are increasingly pulling into view.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is developing into a paradigm that will more or less revolutionize almost all other "trends" in 2020 and beyond. Departments can benefit as much as CIOs.

Leaders in artificial intelligence warn that progress is slowing, big challenges remain, and simply throwing more computers at a problem isn't sustainable.

There’s much robots can achieve by observing human demonstrations, like the actions necessary to move a box of crackers from a counter to storage. But imitation learning is by no means a perfect science — demonstrators often complete subgoals that distract systems from overarching tasks.

A woman sits at a computer, video chatting with her young son while she gently pats an interface on a separate screen. In response, a wireless patch on the child’s back vibrates in a pattern that matches his mother’s fingers, allowing him to “feel” her physical touch.

The immense capabilities artificial intelligence is bringing to the world would have been inconceivable to past generations. But even as we marvel at the incredible power these new technologies afford, we’re faced with complex and urgent questions about the balance of benefit and harm.

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