Thanks to enormous progress in the field of intelligent automation, a lot of people are talking about the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Governments are investing billions in new technologies. Journalists are making dire predictions along the lines that machine will take away most of our jobs within the next few years. Such predictions help to make headlines, but I don’t share this rather pessimistic view.
So much innovation over the last 20 years has been focussed on the internet, and its ability to make information more readily available to users everywhere. Dogtooth was born out of a desire to exploit the incredible capabilities of machine learning in more tangible ways, in order to do more than just derive insight from data or deliver
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Ideas for future blogs:
- “Rise of the machines” Why self-driving cars won’t materialize any time soon. And Why robot picking machines will.
- Why the Fourth Industrial Revolution won’t happen overnight
- Why we aren’t just replacing jobs.