AI, Machine Learning and the Anticipation Engine

on August 2, 2017
Reading Time: 4 minutes

Two of the big buzzwords in tech these days are Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Those who understand these technologies know that together they will have a dramatic impact on pretty much everything it is applied to in the future.

But for consumers, AI and ML are still a real mystery. Because of various movies that highlight AI like characters who are mostly villains, the broad consumer top-of-mind paints AI in a very negative light. And with Elon Musk and Bill Gates warning us that AI could be very dangerous in the future, you can see why consumers are confused and even scared of this type of technology today.

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