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These 12 Higher Education Trends Will Improve Student Success in 2018

Statistics show that the six-year graduation rate of undergraduate students in the USA, who enrolled in 2009 and got their BA degrees in four years is only 59%. Such a small figure indicate that student success is one of the top priorities of universities in near future. The reasons for delaying completion of a degree […]

Specific AI Training Systems Can Enhance Interoperability of Troops

The U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps as well as NATO, are in need of specific training systems that will help their forces train together for a future conflict in the land, air, sea, space and cyber domains, practice and enhance interoperability of troops. Military experts came to this conclusion during the Interservice/Industry […]

Education is crucial for equality in future work

Technology is making everyday life and work much easier, puts workers into contact with customers and allows individuals to build and promote their reputations at low cost. But will salary employment be replaced by gigs and work replaced by robots? Now a firm’s collective reputation, with the concomitant control of its employees’ behaviour, is becoming […]

The future of agritech: automated farms

The agriculture in near future will be fully automated. Every phase of operation, from seed to harvest, won’t require a participation of a human being. You may already have heard about artificial intelligence robots that are zapping weeds with accurate precision, autonomous tractors harvesting on a farmland and satellites accessing and checking crop health from […]

10 Eric Schmidt Quotes at the Center for a New American Security Artificial Intelligence

Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman of Google parent company Alphabet, was a guest speaker at the Center for a New American Security Artificial Intelligence and Global Security Summit. The Artificial Intelligence and Global Security Summit brought together technology leaders and top policymakers to explore the state of artificial intelligence and discuss the implications of the […]

Autonomous weapons: decisions to kill or not?

Autonomous weapons: decisions to kill or not? To kill or not to kill other humans is the main question on debates over law and ethics of Autonomous Weapon Systems (AWS). According to the International Humanitarian Law, taking human lives and destroying objects during armed conflict treated as a lawfulness of an attack. How can legal […]

How IoT and AI is helping to fight crime

How IoT and AI is helping to fight crime You probably read or heard about 1984, a science fiction and anti-utopia masterpiece by George Orwell, where Big Brother was watching every citizen of an imaginary dictatorship country. In 2017 writer predictions became reality. Hopefully, for all of us, technologies are not limiting our freedom but […]

The role of machine learning in construction safety

The role of machine learning in construction safety The construction industry is one of the biggest in the USA but also is one of the deadliest. Construction has been and continues to be a dangerous occupation, resulting in many accidents, injuries and fatalities. 937 workers died on sites in 2015, meaning that one in five […]

Machine learning and energy efficient building design

Machine learning and energy efficient building design With increasing interest in sustainable design, the issue of energy-efficiency in the building design process is receiving ever more attention from designers and researchers. The construction industry has to find its way of reducing national greenhouse gas emissions. Key players are reluctant to spend big on energy efficiency […]

Predictive analytics as a future of higher education

Predictive analytics as a future of higher education There’s a lot of focus on digital transformation initiatives in the learning technology space over the past few years. Now higher education leaders are starting to realize what technology can do for their institutions. From determining which students are most at risk of dropping out, to supporting […]