8 predictions for the near-future of artificial intelligence

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An artificial Intelligence project utilizing a humanoid robot from French company Aldebaran and reprogramed for their specific campus makes its debut as an assistant for students attending Palomar College in San Marcos, California, U.S. October 10, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Blake

No one disputes the potential impact AI will have across a wide range of business sectors.

At this year’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions (AMNC) in Tianjin, China, PwC unveiled a report detailing eight significant predictions for the future of artificial intelligence (AI), called 2018 AI Predictions – 8 insights to shape business strategy. No one disputes the potential impact AI will have across a wide range of business sectors, and PwC has drawn on its own research and experience to lay out what it believes the short-term future holds for this exciting and sometimes anxiety-raising technology.

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U.S. Department of Defense wants more control over the internet

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The U.S. government says it must govern Internet technology more closely to protect against cyberattacks.

The research that led to the internet may have been funded by the U.S. Department of Defense, but freewheeling innovation created the patchwork of privately owned technology that makes up the Internet today. Now the U.S. government is trying to wrest back some control, as it adjusts to an era when cyberattacks on U.S. corporations and government agencies are common.

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Google May Exit China Because of Cyberattacks, Government Censorship

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by Nitrozak and Snaggy
In a stunning move, Google (GOOG) said late Tuesday it may pull out of China because of ongoing government censorship of its search results — and because of hacking attacks of human rights activists who use its free Gmail service.

 

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