The f(x)=e^x | AI and workplace health and safety

The f(x)=e^x | AI and workplace health and safety
👋 Hi, I am Mark. I am a strategic futurist and innovation keynote speaker. I advise governments and enterprises on emerging technologies such as AI or the metaverse. My subscribers receive a free weekly newsletter on cutting-edge technology.

Claude 2's joke of the week:

Why was the AI employee fired? For only working artificially!

The Transformative Role of AI in Revolutionising Workplace Health and Safety

My latest article:

AI is revolutionising workplace health and safety across industries. Applications like predictive modelling identify potential hazards so organisations can take preventive measures.

Wearables and sensors enable real-time monitoring of worker health. Computer vision systems detect safety risks and enhance compliance. Collaborative robots automate hazardous tasks to reduce human strain. VR training immerses workers in hazardous scenarios to hone responses. Exoskeletons provide physical support to minimize injuries.

To integrate AI, organisations should assess needs, run pilots, build expertise, establish governance, monitor impact, and continuously improve. With the right strategy, AI leads to safer, more productive environments that protect people.

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Useful Nuggets of Information

My weekly tips from around the web to get you thinking.

1. Google's new robots learn from the web.

Google's new AI called RT-2 enables robots to understand concepts and instructions from text and images online. This allows the robots to take on new tasks without training, bringing us closer to adaptable helper robots. (Singularity Hub)

2. Decoding the black box: a gentle guide into LLMs.

Large Language Models are massive black boxes, even for developers and researchers. However, this article peeks under the hood of chatbots like ChatGPT to explain how their mysterious brains actually work. It turns out words become numbers, neurons match patterns, and squirrels adjust valves. Who knew? (Ars Technica)

3. How a sneaky pixel can through image-editing AI off-rails.

Researchers at MIT have developed PhotoGuard, a new technique that subtly tweaks images to confuse AI systems that might otherwise edit them without permission. It adds invisible "perturbations" to throw the AI off the scent. (Engadget)

4. All the hype around AI doesn't mean the metaverse is gone.

AI might push aside the metaverse, but it will still transform how we experience life online through immersive digital experiences. As more daily activities shift to shared digital spaces, the metaverse will influence businesses, brands, shopping, socialising, learning - and maybe one day be bigger than the physical world. (Forbes)

Artificial Escalation

Increasingly, AI is used in warfare, but that is certainly not without risks, as this must-watch short movie shows. The movie explores why we need to avoid accidental conflict escalation at all times. 💣

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