The definition of artificial intelligence has changed over the years, but what does it mean today? Is it possible for AI to predict legal outcomes and replace lawyers? Also, don’t sabotage your success when implementing machine learning, avoid these challenges. And finally, ML is helping to address climate change.
By Nick Heath, contributing writer for Zdnet.com
Back in the 1950s, the fathers of the field, Minsky and McCarthy, described artificial intelligence as any task performed by a machine that would have previously been considered to require human intelligence.
By Gadgets 360 Newsdesk, contributors to Gadgets.ndtv.com
On a typical day, lawyers would research cases, draft briefs, or advise clients. However, thanks to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), robots are now able to do these complex tasks. The advancement of AI and ML is already taking over jobs that were until now reserved for professionals and people with expertise, such as lawyers. However, things may soon change.
By Srinivas Arasada, contributing writer for Forbes.com
By this point, machine learning isn’t some pie-in-the-sky solution. However, there are accurate, measurable results to leverage this technology across organizations.
By Navid Constantinou, contributing writer for Theconversation.com
From movie suggestions to self-driving vehicles, machine learning has revolutionized modern life. Experts are now using it to help solve one of humanity’s biggest problems: climate change.
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