Month: September 2020

Robot Workers on the International Scale

In a study from 2019 that tracked the density of automated workers per 10,000 manufacturing industries found that South Korea led the international community by a sizable margin with 855. South Korea tops the list because of Samsung Electronics, Hyundai Motor Company, and Kia Motors Corporation. Trailing South Korea is Japan with 364. What was especially interesting was to see the progression that these countries have made since 2017 where both China and South Korea have grown the most. It will be interesting to see the global landscape in five years and if the United States has moved up...

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The Social Dilemma

Over the course of quarantine, a handful of shows have been thrust into the forefront of popular culture. The current program that has captured the attention of the nation is the documentary The Social Dilemma. The documentary uncovers the dark truths behind major social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter as former employees of the aforementioned companies explain the various AI techniques these platforms use to keep their users engaged as long as possible. The documentary has already shot into the top five of the most trending shows on Netflix, and it can only be presumed that...

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This Football Season’s Most Important Piece of Equipment

As the return of football is upon us, the fight to combat the spread of Covid-19 continues. Seeing that the NBA has done a phenomenal job safely continuing there season amid the pandemic through the use of state of the art technology, the NFL has looked into similar options to ensure player safety. NFL players have been instructed to wear a wristband created by Kinexon that enforces social distancing and can indicate which players or personnel come in contact who have tested positive for the virus. In what some people deem to be the highest contact sport, the NFL...

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The Hurricane Whisperer

It seems that hurricanes are an annual occurrence resulting in significant destruction and endless media coverage. NASA may be looking to put an end to this, as they have developed an AI software capable of forecasting hurricane paths at an even greater rate and accuracy than most meteorologists. This type of intel could give people more time to prepare and potentially evacuate a given area. The team who created the software has used the most recent set of hurricanes to test out their model, and if proven effective, it could help save lives and minimize property damage.

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