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Accelerate AI, Europe 2018

by Christopher Bishop on September 29, 2018 in Original

 

I gave a talk in London last week at Accelerate AI, Europe 2018 titled “Your brain is too small to manage your business.” My focus is on the ecosystem of partners, vendors and suppliers emerging to help companies take advantage of AI, machine learning and neural networks. I’ve posted my charts to SlideShare – please […]

 

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your brain’s too small to run your business

by Christopher Bishop on August 6, 2018 in Original

 

I posted a blog to LinkedIn sharing my perspective on how AI is going to transform business in many positive ways, highlighting the fact that these new technologies are arriving at exactly the right moment and are also poised to help us solve historically intractable problems. You can read it here – http://bit.ly/brains2small

 

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Artificial intelligence and machine learning 101 (Chicago, Jan 2018)

by Christopher Bishop on February 1, 2018 in Original

 

I was invited to be the Chairperson and give a speech at the “Artificial intelligence and machine learning 101” event at the Standard Club in Chicago. I got to meet several thought leaders in the AI space including Kristian Hammond, Chief Scientist at Narrative Science and Al Naqvi, CEO of the American Institute of Artificial […]

 

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Brave new world: implications for AI

by Christopher Bishop on July 25, 2017 in Original

 

I was invited to attend the “AI Now | 2017 Symposium” at the MIT Media Lab on July 10th. A team of experts with experience across a range of disciplines shared perspective and insight on various topics related to the “constellation of AI” – to quote speaker Genevieve Bell, anthropologist, university professor and Senior Official at […]

 

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How we became “the ai guys”

by , on May 31, 2017 in Original

 

Chris Bishop and David Houle first met at the 50th anniversary conference of the World Future Society in Washington, D.C in July 2016 where they were both presenting.  This annual event provides a unique forum for prominent futurists and thought leaders to discuss and explore various trends driving the transformation of society, culture and business.

 

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What will ai do next?

by Christopher Bishop on April 2, 2017 in Original

 

Back in the summer of 1900, a diver looking for sponges discovered a shipwreck off the coast of the small Greek island of Antikythera. There were, of course, lots of brass coins, the requisite marble statuary and a collection of amphora that had once contained delicious oils or wine or spiced emulsions. But the most interesting thing he discovered was a small decaying wooden box with over 30 brass dials all connected to each other and designed to interact in complex ways.

 

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Artificial Intelligence: Will You Still Have a Job in 2025?

by David Houle on March 28, 2017 in Original

 

Will your job be replaced by AI in the next ten years? Will your career even exist? In an earlier column in this space, I wrote about the dominant technology trends of 2017 and beyond. Today, I want to address what will be one of the most dominant technology trends in human history.

 

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