Will AI Dictate the Future?288
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“Artificial Intelligence will either be the best or worst thing to happen to humanity. We do not yet know which.” – Stephen Hawking As AI becomes more pervasive in every aspect of human life, there is an urgent need to understand it and harness it in a way that benefits mankind. But where do we begin? The 13 chapters in the book break down this complex subject by examining AI’s impact on key sectors of our societies. Chapters delve into specific industries, probing the myriad opportunities and potential risks brought about by AI: • Healthcare • Law • Manufacturing • Cybersecurity • Mobility • Financial Services • Education • Satellite Systems • Government • AI Ethics Authored by Dr Anton Ravindran, together with guest chapters contributed by leading experts in their fields, this invaluable book provides a clear, comprehensive and authoritative look at how AI – managed wisely – can change the world for the better. The book includes a foreword by Prof. Stephen Martin BA, MA, MTCP, Dip Ed, PhD, GAICD, Chairman, Bank of China (Australia) Ltd and Former Speaker, Parliament of Australia.
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|Publisher:||Marshall Cavendish International (Asia)|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.00(d)|
About the Author
Dr Anton Ravindran has been in the IT industry for nearly three decades, working for IBM, CA, and Sun Microsystems before venturing into entrepreneurship. He is currently the Founder CEO of law tech startup SmartLaw and GICT Training Pte Ltd, and has been featured in the Straits Times, Business Times, Channel NewsAsia, CNBC and Peak, amongst others. He was formerly Co-Founder & CEO of Genovate which operated in 7 countries and 13 cities. He won several awards including the Entrepreneur Award and E&Y Enterprise 50 (E50) for himself and Genovate respectively.