Paul Lukowicz, Philipp Slusallek
The ways in which we address societal as well as personal challenges are inherently linked to the technologies to which we have access. Ongoing digitization, coupled with advances in the field of artificial intelligence (AI), are leading us to yet another critical point in history, one in which society, from the workplace to the home, from nations to individuals, will undergo a radical transformation. Insights AI researchers have made groundbreaking advances in hard, long-standing problems related to machine learning, image recognition, speech recognition, and planning. AI is everywhere, from smartphones and watches to personal digital assistants (e.g., Amazon…
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