Get a grip guys. Every few years they announce a revolution in tech. 3 years ago it was all about IOT, 3 years before that Cloud. Now it's AI. When one really understands the technology involved, one understands that it's all just a steady progression. Nothing revolutionary here. Of course, the PR machine of the industry will pretend it is. Makes for good clickbait.
I would anticipate all crash data being provided centrally - V2X communications will be ubiquitous and there should be some central repository which can be sliced and diced by all interested parties - manufacturers, consumers, regulators..
Do I think the last 10 years have seen a significant shift in the way we live - Yes.
Farming and Manufacturing that were once labor intensive have shedded jobs in the west and to some degree in the rest of the world.
White collar jobs could be next. But you are probably right the world is agile enough now to cope with rapid changes.
Can you imagine premiums going up in HK if they factored in automated records like "Did not signal lane change".I would anticipate all crash data being provided centrally - V2X communications will be ubiquitous and there should be some central repository which can be sliced and diced by all interested parties - manufacturers, consumers, regulators..
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I'm in a knowledge industry that has a high potential to be automated. Loads of data checking, data processing.
Back in 2010 I thought that the industry would be fully automated by 2015.
Based on the sheer incompetency of the multiple different programmers who have tried to automate things, I now predict no progress on this for another 20 years.
The demand for automation is there. The competency on creating machine learning algos that do that job is too concentrated in a few firms. Things will change but the pace will be slow enough to cope with.
allowing both people in a marriage to enter the workforce.