In a new article, Next Big future aims to shed light on what’s likely to happen in the next few years.
It looks at the future of software and hardware and the future impact of artificial intelligence and machine learning on industries.
“A big part of the future for software and machines is how to make them smarter and better,” the article says.
“There is a great deal of excitement about machine learning.
However, it is unclear when, and how, these changes will be delivered.””
We have some insights into what is likely to come in the near future, but there is a lot more work to do,” the author adds.
The article, which is based on research published by the US government’s Joint Threat Research Intelligence Group, was commissioned by the Federation of American Scientists, a trade group.
The JTRIG report was written by a team led by Professor Brian Goetz, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and co-author of the report.
Its authors are from academia, the technology sector and industry.
Its aim is to highlight emerging trends and research developments, while also offering insights into how the world will respond to them.
The researchers are seeking feedback from the public and the private sector on the report and a survey.
“The most important takeaway from this research is that there are many exciting possibilities for machine learning and machine-learning-based software and AI,” the authors conclude.
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