As technology ethicist, I deal with questions and support related to the application of technology and its effects on people. Better on humanity.
If we look at the news these days, whether in print or online, we notice that the initial ignorance about SARS-CoV-2 moved via anger, panic, to a haphazard action, and massively contradicting numbers and expert opinions.
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One aspect that needs particular attention, is the difference between refueling and charging a vehicle.
We are used to refuel.
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… After a very long day at work, I go to bed. I just worked through. Have to rest, recharge my batteries, in my bed … I have to get up in four hours. Actually, I would like to lie down until tomorrow at noon … I am very exhausted. My battery is empty.
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Recently I’ve been articulating some trends around Machine Learning (ML) for a corporate. The main intension was, to find the right platform, framework, toolset etc.
After endless interviews and clarifications what Machine Learning NOT is and that Artificial Intelligence is far more than just a few ML algorithms or Watson.
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Are we ready for the future of education? How are we impacted in our accelerating knowledge society? Are we still motivated by gaining knowledge?
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Making things visual in physical or mental form — applies to numbers, words, ideas, and even hopes and desires.
Virtual reality can enable us to better understand what others are trying to explain to us by packing simple numbers and diagrams for complex ideas into 3D multilevel interactive images.
Virtual reality is considered alongside other forms of visualisation technology such as computer simulation, animation and information visualisation. All of these are designed to show a visual model of a live system, e.g. human body, complex data set or a large collection of numerical information.
Continue reading “Series of Use Cases: Visualization and Presentation”
One of the biggest adopters of virtual and augmented reality is Healthcare. The potential of this technology is huge and includes surgery simulation, phobia treatment, robotic surgery, skills training and much more.
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