Beyond & Behind the screen
The screen till now is the dominant paradigm of interacting with digital technology.
But interacting with #digital technology is becoming complex than ever.On one hand the screen is getting smaller,& on the other the underlying #technology driving screen based #interaction is getting larger & complex.Algorithms, #machinelearning , & #artificialintelligence are driving most of our day to day interactions with digital technology.
All this is made available in modes that do not need screen to interact with. #Tangible physical, audio & aural modes of interaction are becoming more pervasive.
Do Register for the HCI 2018 conference, from 16th to 18th December in #Bangalore.
Peter Rossiter is the Chief Risk Officer of Commercial Bank International in Dubai. Before that, he was Chief Risk Officer of Starling Bank, a UK-based fintech challenger bank.
Earlier, Peter spent over thirty years as a banker in OECD and emerging markets. These included assignments with Citigroup in Ireland, Middle East, UK, Belgium, Turkey, Russia and Poland before returning to Ireland in late 2009 to join the newly nationalised Anglo Irish Bank, then followed by Allied Irish Bank p.l.c. where he was the Group Chief Risk Officer from 2012-2014.
Since leaving Allied Irish Bank, Peter had advised the Irish Parliament on establishing an inquiry into the Irish banking crisis, completed various other consultancy assignments and, from 2015-2018, helped build Starling Bank as a challenger retail bank in the UK.
Join us at #Finnovex to meet Peter. Visit www.finnovex.com to register.
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From @1843mag: In 1770 a chess-playing robot, built by a Hungarian inventor, caused a sensation across Europe. It took the form of a life-size wooden figure, dressed in Turkish clothing, seated behind a cabinet which had a chessboard on top. The Mechanical Turk’s clockwork arm could reach out, move pieces on the board and beat even the best players at chess. But this apparently intelligent machine actually depended on a human chess player cleverly concealed in its innards. It turns out that something very similar is happening today. Just like the Turk, modern artificial-intelligence (AI) systems rely on help from unseen humans. Training a “deep learning” system involves showing it millions of examples of an input (such as photographs of animals) and telling it what the correct output is (“cat”, “dog”) in each case. Once trained, the system can then correctly identify animals in pictures it has not seen before. But the training process requires huge numbers of correctly labelled examples – and those must be created by humans. To find out why an 18th-century conjuring trick helps explain how humans interact with modern technology, click on 1843’s handle and follow the link in their bio. Image: @getty#mechanicalturk#ai#technology#robot#computer#rewind
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#G7#Canada su #IntelligenzaArtificiale
Il futuro del #lavoro al centro del contributo italiano Si è tenuta ieri a Montreal, in Canada, la Conferenza Multistakeholder G7 sull'Intelligenza Artificiale, promossa dal Governo canadese nell'ambito dei lavori del vertice G7 di Charlevoix.
Ha preso parte ai lavori una delegazione italiana, guidata dal Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico e da un gruppo di esperti, accademici e rappresentanti del mondo dell'impresa e delle startup italiane operanti nel settore.
Per il MiSE è intervenuto il dott. Carmine America, Consigliere per le Relazioni Internazionali del Ministro Luigi Di Maio. Nel corso dei lavori della conferenza l’Italia ha presentato un paper, realizzato in collaborazione con la Francia, sul tema “The future of work – skills for the modern economy” realizzato per parte italiana dai Prof.rri Massimo Maresca dell'Università di Genova, Giorgio Metta dell'Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia e Giuseppe Attardi dell'Università di Pisa. In rappresentanza del Consolato d'Italia a Montreal, ha seguito i lavori il Console dott. Lorenzo Solinas.
L'evento è stato una preziosa occasione di confronto sulle potenzialità di sviluppo umano e tecnologico legate all'intelligenza artificiale nonché un momento di riflessione sulle opportunità imprenditoriali ed occupazionali generate dalle nuove tecnologie. L'intervento ed il contributo propositivo della delegazione Italiana confermano la grande attenzione dedicata dal Governo, dal mondo della ricerca e dalle imprese italiane al tema dell'intelligenza artificiale. #ai#digitaltrasformation#artificialintelligence#technology#IoT#trasformazionedigitale#smartnation