One of the most important announcements that the business and technology world awaits with excitement for the year is the announcement of the Gartner Hype Cycles.
Every year, a few days, they present the famous graphic to the crowded press army and participants with a magnificent organization.
You see what stage in the life cycle of any technology is when that graphic, paired with flashes firing one after another, is on the screen that everyone is waiting.
"Oddly enough, being at the top of Hype Cycle is dangerous."
The graph is as follows.
explanations for the fields:
Innovation Trigger: A potential technology breakthrough. First stories to prove technology, intense media attention, important promotions. It is mostly unavailable and its commercial viability has not been proven.
Peak of Inflated Expectations: Peak of Inflated Expectations: The success story of the first publicity series. However, this situation results in failure.
Disappointment Pit: Interest decreases when experiments and practices fail. The production of technology is shaken or fails.
Slope of Entlightment: More examples of how technology can benefit the organization begin to become clear and understood more broadly. Second and third generation products come from technology dignitaries.
Pletau Of Productivity: Mainstream adoption begins to gain momentum. The broad market applicability and relevance of technology pay off.
Gartner Haype Cycle | Gartner
Artificial Intelligence Details of Gartner's Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2020
Gartner prepares Hype Cycle for many industries every year. One of them: The Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies.
This is an important chart that brings together more than 1,700 unique technology. It highlights technologies that will significantly impact business, society, and people over the next 5 to 10 years.
The following technologies are emerging in this year's cycle:
"Health passports, Formative Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Artificial Intelligence design, Compound Artificial Intelligence, Embedded Artificial Intelligence, Productive Artificial Intelligence, Responsible Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence Aided Development, Self-Directed Learning."
To learn more about what about:
Gartner's Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2020 I Forbes
It is clear that artificial intelligence will take up more of our lives. With the effect of the pandemic, the speed of digitalization increases even more, increasing our contact with artificial intelligence technology.
It is useful to be cautious when approaching the posts of people who call themselves Futurists, Technology Speakers, Internet commissioners on Youtube and other social media platforms.
Because these popular figures are based on the strong press advertisements of Hype Cycle's pseudo-intelligence companies that write yet.
Because it is not yet a usable product, there are some stories.
The best example of this is the noise created for GPT3.
Is GPT3 a New Artificial Intelligence Language Model?
In mid-July, OpenAI gave an early response to let people know about the news.
And GPT3 wrote a detective story in which Harry Potter is the main character.
These results are promising, given that open AI wants to eventually sell GPT3. However, the program is not perfect.
It cannot generate logic for any world conception. It can translate words such as Black, Jew, Woman and homosexual through objectionable concepts. When it stucks, often uses the answer "Why not".
A new AI language model derived from poetry and prose | The Economist
Artificial Intelligence Can Only Be Functional With Massive Amounts of Data
The time taken to obtain various types of data takes about 80% of the time spent on an idle AI project.
To train a machine learning system, a large number of carefully labeled samples are required, and these tags are produced by the type.
For example, a Chinese firm employs more than 300,000 employees to tag endless face images, street scenes or medical scans so that they can be processed.
Mechanical Turk, another subdivision of Amazon, links firms to an army of ordinary human workers who receive piecework for recurring performance.
Artificial Intelligence needs to be fed with more and more data. In other words, it is not a system that we can complete and forget when the news presses like in the movies.
Realizing for AI is more difficult than you think | The Economist
Online Education and Screen Readings Will Negatively Affect The Brain of Children and Adults
It is not only artificial intelligence that is hungry for knowledge, but all humanity ... But how efficient are the readings made on screens?
The impact of technology on child development and adult reading skills is explored. And unfortunately, research does not produce optimistic results.
Scientists like Naomi Baron, Anne Mangen and Lalo Salmeron:
“When reading the same information from screens instead of printed material, he found drops in student comprehension.
Still, readers perceived themselves better on the screens because they were "faster".
Even three-year-olds are less able to deal with more abstract material when listening to stories on screens than books. "
A rather disturbing article:
Screen-based online learning will change the minds of children. Are we ready for it? | The Guardian
Artificial Intelligence Biology: The Biological Revolution
Advances in biology and the accelerating development of computing, automation and artificial intelligence are feeding another wave of innovation: Bio Revolution
Innovations in this area are grouped in four areas:
Biomolecules - mapping, measurement and engineering of molecules;
Biosystems - engineering of cells, tissues and organs;
Biomachines - the interface between biology and machines;
Biocomputation - using cells or molecules such as DNA for computation
Bio Revolution: Economies, Societies, Innovations Transforming Our Lives | McKinsey Global Institute
Facts about biological science that read like science fiction | Mc Kinsey
Eliminating Loneliness with Technology
According to researches, being alone during the pandemic process did not make middle-aged and elderly people feel uncomfortably lonely.
But depression is ringing for the younger generation. Could technology be the solution to cope with their loneliness?
Technology Can Be Used In Teens To Cope With Loneliness I Psychology Today
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