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Training soft skills into a.i = man vs machines pdf


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When it comes to the topic of Artificial Intelligence (AI), the world is quite clearly divided into two factions: those who strongly believe that AI is a good thing and those who vehemently deny this. There are valid arguments on both sides. My personal view on the subject remains that the pros and cons are very contextual — who is developing it, for what application, in what time-frame, towards what end? There is no clear black and white. This also means that the opportunity exists to proactively identify, isolate and address the risks, as the field of AI develops further.

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Training soft skills into a.i = man vs machines pdf

  1. 1. TRAINING SOFT SKILLS INTO A.I. Real Facts Behind the screen
  2. 2. TAKING DISCUSSIONS • The quickest routes to take on a road trip. • chess moves most likely to win a game. • There’s even a Chinese supercomputer that can perform 33,860 trillion calculations per second. • AI will be able to predict the stock market even better than the top finance professionals.
  3. 3. Soft skills include things like communication and interpersonal skills. For AI engineers, however, soft skills are simply the next frontier. • In a world programmed in 0s and 1s, things like empathy, self-awareness, and social skills are about as far from binary as you can get.
  4. 4. Soft skills may not directly get a task done, but they are certainly a catalystfor doing so. • While a lack of emotion can be beneficial in terms of granting computers more discipline, patience, and objectivity than a person, it robs them of the empathy that forms the core of emotional intelligence
  5. 5. Machines occupying against the NATURE • Computers now have the ability to detect emotion in your voice with 80 percent accuracy. • detect when a student is struggling by judging their engagement versus frustration when taking a test.