In the next issue of Verdict AI, out in December, we’ll be looking at some of the biggest companies driving AI into the future. We speak to Uber AI to find out how the company plans to use AI to – it says – improve the lives of millions, and learn how humanoid robots are set to increasingly interact with humans, with insight from Hanson Robotics.
We’ll also look at the growing subject of ethics in AI, and in particular consider the potential impact of Google-owned DeepMind’s newly launched ethics research unit. What could it mean for future business use of artificial intelligence? We’ll be finding out.
Plus, we’ll find out how one company is looking to rapidly speed up front-end development using the technology, and learn how companies can improve their social media offerings through complete automation.
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