Drones are increasingly being used by police and fire departments for a variety of tasks, from giving better overhead visuals to assist workers on the ground, improving the safety of firefighters, even being used in hostage situations. But this is just the start of how Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) will be able improve the performance of public safety officials.
Can a chatbot dispense legal advice? Guide you through a mortgage application? Advise you on contra-indications for two medicines? Some scenarios may be suited to computers, as they don’t suffer from human memory limitations to recall every precedent or drug interaction. But, what if we believe they are human?
Leading mobile network software and solutions company, Mobileum, has today further strengthened its senior management team, appointing CP Murali to the new role of President – India Operations. Murali’s strategic responsibilities will also include global delivery, managed services, and providing insight and guidance to global engineering.
In April 2019, the European Commission's High-Level Expert Group on artificial intelligence ("AI") presented its ethics guidelines for trustworthy artificial intelligence (the "AI Guidelines"). Building on the work of the group of independent experts appointed in June 2018, the Commission has launched a pilot phase to ensure that the ethical guidelines for Artificial Intelligence (AI) development and use can be implemented in practice.
In 2015 a startup in LA started to make waves with its use of UAVs in the insurance world. DropIn has continued to make progress, with its network of Droperators (drone operators) ready to survey and make an appraisal with live video streaming, facilitated by a UAV, significantly cutting down the time and financial investment normally associated with making a claim.