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Artificial Intelligence

Leading like a (non-)robot

It is expected that in 2035 one fourth of Austria's gross domestic product will be produced by machines—or artificial intelligence (AI), to be more precise. AI is about teaching computers human intelligence and thus behavior. We encounter AI, for instance, when we play video games, consult search engines or use speech-recognition systems. The rapid development of AI seen in recent years has led to a host of new applications, some of which are potential game changers.

Software Development in an open context situation or “How good is good enough?”

As developers, we usually prefer a closed context – clearly defining the surroundings of our product, the interaction with all external interfaces. If the closed context does not exist we tend to limit the context by making explicit or implicit assumptions. The evidence that those assumptions are correct for the use case of the product is what we generally call validation – do we develop the right product?

Developing Artificial Intelligence for Autonomous Driving

Artificial Intelligence can make the difference. Although researchers have been investigating the field of artificial intelligence (AI) for many decades now, it’s been just within...

Facial Recognition Technology May Become Your New Ticket Through Airports

A new technology will implement facial recognition technology at check-in.

Self-driving Cars Are Expected to Carve Out a $7 Trillion “Passenger Market”

Companies have been racing to perfect their autonomous driving cars for a while now, but, if the prophecy actually comes true and no one needs to drive anymore?

Not Just Smartphones: The Rise of AI Has Led to Something Way Bigger

Modern life would be quite different without our smartphones, they are not only “smart” but provide everything we need to function in our society.