Automation
Our Automated Future
There are many accounts of the genesis of Watson. The most popular, which is not necessarily the most accurate-and this is the sort of problem that Watson himself often stumbled on-begins in 2004, at a steakhouse near Poughkeepsie. One evening, an I.B.M.
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The impact on jobs: Automation and anxiety | The Economist
SITTING IN AN office in San Francisco, Igor Barani calls up some medical scans on his screen. He is the chief executive of Enlitic, one of a host of startups applying deep learning to medicine, starting with the analysis of images such as X-rays and CT scans.
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What is Automation?- ISA
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Automation World | Covering the field of industrial automation
AutomationWorld.com delivers content for the Automation Buying team, which includes Information Technology and Networking; Operations and Engineering; and Management and Executives.
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Automation.com - News & Resources for Manufacturing, Factory & Industrial Automation; Process Control; Motion Control & Instrumentation
News, articles, products, suppliers, systems integrators, jobs, and other resources for industrial, manufacturing and factory automation, process control, motion control, and instrumentation engineers and other technical professionals. Publishing daily news, articles, product information, application and productivity tools, solutions, training and seminars, job postings, product classifieds, directory of manufacturers and system integrators, career information, technical discussion forums, and calendar of events.
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Automation - Wikipedia
Automation has been achieved by various means including mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, electronic devices and computers, usually in combination. Complicated systems, such as modern factories, airplanes and ships typically use all these combined techniques.
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Here's how to use AI to make America great again
Labor economists have been pointing out the employment consequences of new digital technologies for several years, and the White House report dutifully lays out many of those findings. As it notes, the imminent problem is not that robots will hasten the day when there is no need for human workers.
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