The f(x) = e^x | the future of AI

Good Day! This is my weekly newsletter, with a dose of insights into the future. The topic of this newsletter is the exponential times we live in, hence the title of f(x) = e^x, which is the (natural) exponential function.

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What is the Future of Artificial Intelligence?

My latest article:

Artificial intelligence development has really exploded over the last five years. The artificial intelligence we have today is in a golden age right now. Every industry is undergoing a sea change due to AI's inflection point.

Deep learning and neural networks have progressed rapidly, leading to major technological breakthroughs. The next few years will usher in a new wave of AI, which will be far more ubiquitous, affecting all industries, including your business.

There is no doubt about the transformational impact of artificial intelligence on the economy, legal system, political system, and regulatory system; however, attaining all the benefits from AI at the global scale we are getting in today's age will have far-reaching implications for discussion and preparation.

Now more than ever, it's essential to learn about AI — and ensure you're ready for its inevitable impact on your industry. Here are five bold predictions about how AI will fundamentally alter our economy and society in the next decade.


Useful Nuggets of Information

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

1. Can we trust Meta's new Quest Pro?

Meta just released a new VR headset. It is interesting to see that as soon as a shiny new toy is launched, humans flock to it like lemmings, often without truly understanding what kind of toy they will bring into their house or office. 👀 In the case of Meta, we should be very worried and demand assurances that extremely private data will not be used for advertising purposes. (LinkedIn)

2. Chicago's World Fair of 1893 comes alive in AR.

One Chicago resident has embarked on a mission to transport visitors back in time with his recreation of the 1893 Columbian Exposition. Instead of continuing with another film or book, Finney used his experience as an engineer to get the World’s Fair into a new form—augmented reality. (WGN9)

3. AI can tell if you have Parkinson's just by listening to you.

Researchers at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, have developed a mobile app that uses voice recognition technology to screen for Parkinson's disease and severe COVID-19 in just 10 seconds! (MobiHealthNews)

In 2022, 12% of job postings advertised that workers could be remote—roughly three times as many jobs as before the pandemic, according to data from ZipRecruiter. (CNBC)


The Step into the Metaverse Podcast!

A few months ago, I published my fourth book, Step into the Metaverse, which is meant as a blueprint for an open metaverse. As part of this book, I did nearly 100 in-depth interviews with the stakeholders building the open metaverse. I have turned a selection of these interviews into a new podcast, called ‘Step into the Metaverse’ and the first two episodes are live now! Subscribe on Spotify or Apple to be notified when the next episodes are released.

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