The prevalence of artificial intelligence (AI) enabled products and services in the near future will require organisations to improve their efforts to ensure responsible, transparent and productive contributions to society.
Attendees witness Ireland’s first ever live Smart Implant implantation
Tech industry urged to consider the ethical and societal challenges associated with innovation to safeguard children and drive positive health and wellbeing outcomes for all.
In an era where technology is bringing us closer to driverless cars and robot servants, the majority of Irish people still feel a little uncomfortable at the prospect of a brave new world.
Call for analysis to be carried out for “significant area of opportunity” for Ireland comes ahead of Ireland’s annual ARVR Innovate Conference.
The majority of C-suite business leaders believe that in the next two years AIs will work alongside humans in their organisations.
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There have been plenty of concerns raised about whether robots will replace people in the workplace. Indeed it seems as though barely a day goes by without a new forecast outlining what particular professions are most likely to be wiped out by automation.