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Welcome “Innovations Age”

Transcending from the Information Age into the Innovations Age. Looking back: Information is king, information will be omnipresent and widely accessible more or less across the globe. All that exactly happened. The power of information changed the world order. It was no longer the production power that made emerging countries to developed countries, but well-informed […]

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Demystifying Artificial Intelligence

I see thousands of horror stories and get hundreds of fearful questions like will AI be harmful to humans, will “they” take over the world. People see them already as fully developed beings and thousands of times superior over humans. There is an interesting psychological analysis about that – but first let me stop this […]

Artificial Intelligence Timeline – next 50+ years

Technological – Business – Societal  – Impact Development Timeline The era of AMs – Autonomous Machines 2020 – 2025 We will see a rising number of products mainly chat bots, entering our day to day world. At the same time the work on “General AI” will be intensified and we are getting better and better results – […]

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Imperfection Oxymoron

In my work with artificial intelligence, thinking about the borderline between a perfect algorithm to perform a perfect action and the superiority over the human brain, I reached an area that made me think about the concept of perfection. Hyper smart applets In 1996 we were trying to design hyper-smart applets (applets was concept in […]

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AI Leadership Framework For Countries

THIS IS WORK IN PROGRESS Many countries explore ways to get not disconnected from the AI development even though the risks and opportunities of AI are highly controversial. Since several of us are working in the Artificial Intelligence space for quite a while, we decided to put up an initial framework for country leaders. We […]