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PhilBritt
PhilBritt
2/19/2018 2:18:00 PM
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Re: AI will be everywhere...?
In some ways, AI already handles some of what an exec might need to do. Otherwise, execs couldn't manage these behemoths.

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kq4ym
kq4ym
2/15/2018 8:19:06 AM
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Re: 2% of CEOs will be AI by 2050..?
If in fact the service can provide "an autonomous database cloud and the benefits of it are zero-cost labor costs, full elasticity instantly," it would seem to be the holy grail and best thing since sliced bread. One might wonder how much of that's entirely true and at what real cost that might be, ala security and other issues.

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Ariella
Ariella
2/13/2018 10:00:18 AM
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Re: AI will be everywhere...?
@mhhf1ve Ai doesn't necessarily have to turn into automated jobs. I do agree that it will be integrated into just about everything in the very near future. Any time I interview someone about their technology that incoroporates AI, they confirm that it really is growing and advancing very rapidly. It really has the ability to transform how we get and use data in real or near real time.

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mhhfive
mhhfive
2/12/2018 3:00:21 PM
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2% of CEOs will be AI by 2050..?
If AlphaGo can beat humans at a complex game like Go... maybe we'll see more strategic executive moves augmented by AI soon -- and investors clamoring for AI-based CEOs in a few decades. :P

Or not. 

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mhhfive
mhhfive
2/12/2018 2:57:50 PM
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AI will be everywhere...?
> "AI will become a feature integrated into everything..."

I wonder when CEOs will say that about their own jobs? When will CEOs be "augmented" by AI? :P

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