This week, all signs point to AI. From Ford creating an effortless shift into All Wheel Drive to Mercedes-Benz introducing its in-car voice assistant, the budding technology is once again at the center of innovation.
FROM CNBC: A.I. and Robotics Will Create Almost 60 Million More Jobs Than They Destroy by 2022, Report Says
As companies continue to welcome AI into the workplace, a recent World Economic Forum report predicts 133 million new roles will emerge over the next five years as a result of the incorporation of the developing technology.
FROM NY DAILY NEWS: Ford’s All-Wheel Drive Disconnect Allows 2019 Edge to Switch Entirely to Front-Wheel Drive
The new vehicle’s All-Wheel Drive system uses artificial intelligence and a team of sensors to measure driving conditions and seamlessly shift between tire settings without the need for human decision making.
FROM EYERYS: MIT’s AI Uses Transparent, Human-Like Reasoning To Show Its Work
MIT researchers are aiming to legitimize AI technology to naysayers by uncovering how computers come to conclusions – and how consumers can trust they know when to make the right decisions.
FROM TECHCRUNCH: Mercedes-Benz turns to SoundHound for in-vehicle voice assistant
The luxury automaker has recently implemented AI to create a voice assistant that utilizes cloud and location services in order to discuss everything from the weather to finding the nearest fast food chain.