This year we explore the opportunities and challenges alternative interfaces, artificial intelligence, and augmented interactions bring to our futures.
Tag Archives | 2019
Beyond today’s artificial narrow intelligence (ANI) is Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), also known as General AI. It is a technology expected to rewrite what it means to live on planet Earth.
New products for treating cancer with radiation therapy can provide therapists with MR images in real-time, thus enabling them to detect tumor movements. This, in turn, creates the potential for much more precise and effective treatments for cancer.
This talk revisits the question of, to recall the work of fellow digital anthropologist Genevieve Bell, the “mess and mythology” embedded in smart technologies, and asks how we can harness the power of humanity’s global imagination to offer not only access to, but authorship of, the internet of things to everybody.