Daniel Faggella

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  • Exploring the risks of artificial intelligence Crunch Network

    Exploring the risks of artificial intelligence

    “Science has not yet mastered prophecy. We predict too much for the next year and yet far too little for the next ten.” These words, articulated by Neil Armstrong at a speech to a joint session of Congress in 1969, fit squarely into most every decade since the turn of the century, and it seems to safe to posit that the rate of change in technology has accelerated to an… Read More

  • When Will The Machines Wake Up? Crunch Network

    When Will The Machines Wake Up?

    Machines matter to people. But, they “matter” only because they affect people. It’s widely supposed that today’s machines themselves cannot be “affected” — because they have no feelings, no conscious thought, no sentience. Interestingly enough, it might not always be that way. While biology has held a relatively firm monopoly on… Read More

  • The Next 10 Years Of Automation And What It Might Mean For The Job Market Crunch Network

    The Next 10 Years Of Automation And What It Might Mean For The Job Market

    After decades of subtle developments that largely went unnoticed by much of the working world, artificial intelligence has taken center stage in the last 2-3 years as a “hot” technology. From Google’s surge of acquisitions (DeepMind, Boston Dynamics, etc.), to increased venture capital attention, to the safety concerns of Elon Musk and Bill Gates about potentially… Read More

  • Augmented Reality’s First Step Forward Might Be More Blue Collar Than You Think Crunch Network

    Augmented Reality’s First Step Forward Might Be More Blue Collar Than You Think

    Augmented reality remains limited in its day-to-day applications for most consumers. If you mention “augmented reality” on the street, people think about scanning their favorite magazine with their smartphone, and having a coupon or 3D image pop up. This hasn’t exactly been a “game-changer” for brands or marketers in most industries, but some AR company… Read More