Several news sources have cited the new Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma as the "most important documentary of our times" (The Independent). Released just over a week ago, the documentary has caused waves in a number of different circles, ranging from scrutiny of the surveillance capitalism to which we are all seemingly indifferent (The Guardian) to whether the documentary really addresses some of the biggest issues in big tech (Slate).
Sometimes as a brand, you have to put your money where your mouth is and even though at times this can be tough, in this year, in these times standing by your values is more important than ever.
InspiredMinds and the City of Amsterdam have a long standing partnership sharing a similar philosophy of democratising access to AI and emerging tech for all. With the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic, InspiredMinds has kept these values at the forefront of their decision to reimagine the World Summit AI as a digital experience and have launched the Inspired AI series taking place online from September to November.
We spoke to Rudy van Belkom, Futures Researcher at the Netherlands Study Centre for Technology Trends, ahead of his presentation (17 Sept 2020) at Inspired AI, the series of 10 cutting-edge and CPD accredited business, science, tech and networking online events gathering the global AI community and hosted by world-leading AI experts #withoutborders running from September to November 2020.
Predictive Maintenance Made Possible by AI Will Go Mainstream: Here’s What Business Leaders Need to Know. We share lessons learned about setting up predictive maintenance solutions in enterprise.
Tailor services to your needs. Predict the future. Automate away tedious tasks so you can focus on the important stuff.
AI is here to stay and most senior executives say their organizations have plans for AI in the next three years. Some doubts and disconnects remain.
WSAI latest Insight on Thursday 20th August (14:00 – 15:00 BST, 15:00 – 16:00 CET, 09:00 – 10:00 ET) will answer the biggest challenges in taking an AI project from theory to delivery.
We spoke to Lavina Ramkissoon from All Things AI ahead of her presentation (14th October 2020) at Inspired AI, the series of 10 cutting-edge and CPD accredited business, science, tech and networking online events gathering the global AI community and hosted by world-leading AI experts #withoutborders running from September to November 2020.
Visual technologies are powering developments in food and agriculture that will change the way the world grows, manufacturers, transports and consumes food. Visual sensors and computer vision will enable the industry to rise to meet the demands of our world today and are generating massive business and investment opportunities.