* Date : 2016-04-15
As we are beginning to unlock the infinite potential of artificial intelligence, controversy is growing over the possibility of it replacing human jobs. Over 80% of respondents answered yes to a survey asking if they thought AI would take their jobs away. Meanwhile, more specific forecasts are being made that office administration and simple computing jobs will be replaced while new jobs will be created. Let's find out about the new jobs to be created and old jobs to be replaced by artificial intelligence.
The victory of Google's AlphaGo has brought artificial intelligence into the spotlight. How far has Korea come in artificial intelligence? A startup company in Korea is developing its own AI, ADAM through deep learning to compete against humans in a quiz show. Meanwhile, researchers at Seoul National University are developing AI robots for performing household chores and educating young children. Find out about the rapidly developing AI technologies of Korea.
Healthcare startup Neofect has unveiled the Rapael Smart Solution, a wearable rehabilitation glove that is designed to help stroke patients regain arm movement. Simply wearing the smart glove allows users to perform rehab exercises in the form of games. The Rapael hand uses an AI algorithm to automatically adjust the intensity of the training, based on the past exercise data and direct input from users. We meet the team behind the groundbreaking rehab device and hear its startup journey.
Artificial intelligence, or AI, has been seen as the next growth engine in the global IT business. Public interest in AI has risen dramatically since the recent battle between AlphaGo, Google's Go-playing computer system and Go grandmaster Lee Se-dol. But AlphaGo is just one of many AI programs. Global companies are unveiling AI technologies one after another, racing to lead the fourth Industrial Revolution. We will walk you through some of the most revolutionary and creative AI innovations around the world.