Online Arts and Lit Editor, Ariane Joudrey, explores Chinese search engine, Sogou’s, use of AI in creating audiobooks.
In recent totally terrifying and not-Black-Mirror-related news, it has been found that artificial neurons, or in much more cooler terminology “superconducting computing chips” modelled after neurons have been found to be able to process information much faster and more efficiently than the human brain. So what does this mean for us and the software that […]
If the prospect of finding a graduate job wasn’t daunting enough already, the media has caught onto a new threat for the global workforce. An Oxford University study published in 2013-fuelled public interest when it found that 47% of jobs in America were vulnerable to automation. This is job automation on a larger scale than ever before. It’s a reality, […]
As robots have evolved over the years, it appears that a major goal of their creators is to make them as human-like in appearance as possible. However, the more realistic a robot becomes the more humans seem to recoil from it, experiencing the same levels and fear and unease you would experience at the sight […]
Okay, so maybe the title was a tad melodramatic, but this week a video aired of a rope bridge, capable of bearing a person’s weight, being assembled by a team of programmed drones – now tell me that doesn’t sound like “War of the Worlds”? A drone is an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), and in recent times, […]