Benefits and Risks of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

“The future of humanity depends on how humans decide to make use of AI today.” - Susan Fourtané 

Drone Trends Toward 2028: Drone-as-a-Service

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), also known as drones, are reinventing businesses as well as creating new ones. Since 2016, the industrial applications of commercial autonomous drones have dramatically increased. According to a report by market research and consulting firm Grand View Research, Inc., the UAVs are expected to emerge as versatile tools toward the end of this decade, with a global commercial drone market size worth $501.4 billion by 2028, registering a compound annual growth rate CAGR) of 57.5 percent from 2021 to 2028.

Future of Higher Ed: Collaborative Robots as Future Colleagues

Future jobs within technology sectors, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, robotics, nanotechnology, 3D-printing, genetics, space sciences, and biotechnology are expected to dominate in the coming decades. Due to this, new frameworks and curriculums are going to be developed to respond to the rate of change and complexity of employment. Educational programs will shift toward innovation and academic settings will require a simultaneous treatment of adopting robots able to collaborate with both instructors and students.

Artificial Intelligence to Play Instrumental Role in Future of Higher Education

Many researchers believe that Artificial Intelligence (AI) has more potential to change higher education than any other technology. The potential and impact of AI on teaching have prompted some colleges and universities to take a closer look at it, accelerating its adoption across campuses. For perspective, the global AI market is projected to reach almost $170 billion by 2025. By 2028, the AI market size is expected to gain momentum by reaching over $360 billion, registering a growth rate of 3

Digital Transformation Toward 2023: The Digital CEO Agenda

The Covid-19 pandemic disruption has reset organizations globally. If we think about the lockdown and restrictions as a ‘metamorphosis process’, we could say that businesses will emerge from the cocoon with extra wings powered by an accelerated digital transformation. As enterprises rebuild and replan, the digital CEO agenda shifts to a digital-first world that may require new investments. Spending on Digital Transformation will continue to grow as we move forward. According to market research

Artificial Intelligence Plays Key Role in the Future of Higher Education

Artificial Intelligence-based technologies have the potential of becoming tools used to promote equity and provide personalized learning. The use of AI and other technologies in colleges and universities open the doors of higher education to all disregarding where in the world they live. Location and time become a thing of the past while curiosity, creativity, and collaboration are encouraged and supported; students become global students, and universities become borderless. In fact, a Stanfor

AI Chatbots Accelerate the Future of Higher Education

Higher education is a relatively new industry to many emerging technologies. This is the case of Conversational Artificial Intelligence (AI), also known as AI-powered chatbots. Conversational AI has the tremendous power to enhance the student experience and many colleges and universities are taking advantage of this and deploying AI-powered chatbots. A chatbot is an AI text or voice-based interactive interface able to carry out a full conversation with a human. Chatbots are fed with data and de

Artificial Intelligence is Critical to the Future of Higher Education

The world is now at a crucial point in technology evolution. The future depends on its deployment across all industries today, including in higher education. Artificial Intelligence-based technologies are thought to promote rather than hinder democratic values including freedom, equality, and transparency. AI-based technologies can become a tool to promote equity and personalized learning. For the past 20 years, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made some advances in higher education, but not e

Education 4.0: University Launches World’s First Degree Driven by 4.0 Technologies

As academic leaders are embracing change this summer and planning for the next semester, universities and colleges around the world are also working on the next big thing after Education 3.0: Education 4.0. Current generations are going to engage with state-of-the-art technology and Industry 4.0 advancements. It only makes sense that they should receive an equally advanced Education 4.0. The University of Buckingham in the United Kingdom, is creating a new two-year program in world History whe

Human Organs on Demand: The Art of 3D-Bioprinting a Functioning Heart

Since the beginning of the history of medicine, the complexity of the human heart has been at the center of medical study. In Ancient Egypt, doctors had a pretty accurate knowledge of the internal organs and how they functioned. In particular, they knew a fair amount about the heart. This is interesting because despite embalming was a common practice for the Egyptians, the knowledge was not shared or used by doctors. In Ancient Egypt, invasive surgery was an almost unheard of practice. Yet, the

Artificial Intelligence Predicts Suicide Attempt Risk

Artificial Intelligence’s deployment is once again helping healthcare by achieving a demonstrated utility within suicide prediction and clinical management of patients at high risk. It is impossible to know if those who committed suicide would have changed their mind. If something had predicted their suicide attempt, perhaps. Many, though, have survived the suicidal thoughts and the attempt. After receiving help, treatment, and being fully recovered, many have recognized that causing their dea

The Future of Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals: The Best Prescription Is Automation

The process of automating dull activities to help humans spend their time working on more meaningful tasks to be more productive is taking over the world at the speed of light. The healthcare and pharmaceutical industries are rapidly embracing this change. In order to stay on top of the game, industry leaders must know how to maximize Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to expand their business. It is well known that the popularity of Robotic Process Automation solutions is growing rapidly across

The Future of Driving: Mercedes-Benz’s Smart MBUX Hyperscreen with Onboard AI

To get to the most important applications on the MBUX Hyperscreen, the user does not have to scroll through submenus or enter voice commands. This is why Mercedes-Benz calls the system a zero layer. The most important applications, such as navigation or telephone, are always offered situationally and contextually on the top level in the field of vision. More than 20 other functions — from the active massage programme to suggestions for the to-do list — are automatically displayed with the help

Conversational Artificial Intelligence Trends for 2021

In 2021, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is emerging stronger in both the short-term and the long-term. Artificial intelligence (AI) is having a paramount impact on the future of virtually every industry and every human being on the planet. A few years ago, Artificial Intelligence was already established as the main driver of emerging technologies such as big data, robotics, autonomous vehicles, and the Internet of Things (IoT). Moving forward into 2021 and beyond, Artificial Intelligence will con

The Internet of Senses: Digital Aroma

The consumer predictions about the Internet of Senses (IoS) are among the highlights in the ninth edition of the Ericsson ConsumerLab Hot Consumer Trends report throughout 2030. The report is based on data from an online survey of 46 million early technology adopters, and on Ericsson ConsumerLab's global consumer and industry research activities in 15 cities around the world. The research was conducted in collaboration with renowned industry organizations and world-leading universities. Accord

The Internet of Senses: Any Flavor You Want

How would you like to have the ability to share what you taste with your friends? By 2030, 38 percent of consumers anticipate that this will be possible. The consumer predictions about the Internet of Senses (IoS) are among the highlights in the ninth edition of the Ericsson ConsumerLab Hot Consumer Trends report. The report is based on data from an online survey of 46 million early technology adopters, and on Ericsson ConsumerLab's global consumer and industry research activities in 15 cities
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