Perhaps no other technology was as disruptive as artificial intelligence in 2017. ‘Machine learning,’ ‘neural network,’ and ‘data bias’ became commonplace terms in the headlines of mainstream media outlets, signifying the machines had arrived. And with them comes an uncertain future.
We reached out to several experts to tell us what to expect from AI in 2018.
Tianqi Sun, CEO and founder, Vincross :
Robotics will change in 2018
2017 was about toy robots and programmable robots for kids. These educational robots make a lot of sense from a business perspective— there’s a big market for STEM education toys and they’re more affordable to produce as they don’t require massive CPU, lots of sensors or advanced AI.
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