Our new CIO Special – Artificial Intelligence: getting around Moravec’s paradox? – looks at why AI technology is now advancing fast, and the evolution of the sector from an investor’s perspective.

It considers:

  • How data and new technologies are helping to resolve the paradox where AI can handle complex logical problems well – but often struggles with human-style sensory, motor and perception issues
  • The economic impact of AI technologies, how AI investment is changing and how AI adoption presents opportunities for countries to leap-frog ahead
  • The challenges posed by the lack of a regulatory AI framework and a code of ethics for machines, and why this will remain a focus in the medium term

 

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