AI (Artificial Intelligence) is Changing The World!
AI (artificial intelligence) is already changing the world. Futuristic breakthroughs, chronicled in past TV shows like “The Jetsons” and Movies like “Back To The Future” and Steven Spielberg’s “AI” are already occurring today! These include games, driverless cars, robot bankers, medical and surgical robots, sight and sound recognition, cyber security and improved decision making systems.
What Is AI?
Artificial intelligence is intelligence exhibited by machines. The term “artificial intelligence” is applied when a machine mimics “cognitive” functions that humans associate with other human minds, such as “learning” and “problem solving.”
As machines become increasingly capable, facilities once thought to require intelligence are removed from the definition. For example, optical character recognition is no longer perceived as an exemplar of “artificial intelligence” having become a routine technology. Capabilities still classified as artificial intelligence include advanced Chess and Go systems as well as self-driving cars.
Strategic Search Corporation: Experts In AI Recruiting!
As the founder of Strategic Search Corporation I am on the cutting edge of artificial intelligence recruiting as evidenced by my recent TV appearance on WGN TV’s sister station CLTV. For example, during the interview I brought up about the new movie “Sunspring” where the entire script was written by an AI program called Jetson!
Many public and private institutions are rapidly adopting artificial intelligence. As a result, demand for AI talent far outstrips supply! therefore, you need a recruitment partner who can quickly surface key AI talent for you that is on the cutting edge of R&D (Research and Development), scientific, engineering, technical, IT (Information Technology) and manufacturing. Strategic Search Corporation can help you!
Your recruitment partner for AI should be Strategic Search Corporation.
Many Quickly Adopting AI: Demand Outstrips Supply!
Many companies such as AIBrain, Amazon, Anki, Apple, Google, IBM and Facebook are rapidly adopting AI for a multitude of applications. This has created a lot more demand than supply for key AI R&D, scientific, engineering, technical, IT and manufacturing personnel.
For example, Microsoft is also teaming with the Knight Cancer Institute to use AI to develop personalized drug mixes on a patient-by-patient basis. This would employ AI to program cells for fighting cancer and other diseases.
Also, IBM and MIT are applying artificial intelligence for better sight and sound recognition. The new IBM-MIT Laboratory for Brain-inspired Multimedia Machine Comprehension is a multi-year collaboration between the two organizations that will be looking specifically at the problem of computer vision and audition.
When you see or hear something happen, you can instantly describe it: “a girl in a blue shirt caught a ball thrown by a baseball player,” or “a dog runs along the beach.” It’s a simple task for us, but an immensely hard one for computers. Fortunately, IBM and MIT are partnering up to see what they can do about making it a little easier.
Sony’s CSL research laboratory has applied AI to the songwriter’s role. The FlowMachines software scanned 13,000 pieces of sheet music from a variety of styles, allowing a human composer to pick a style and have the software generate both melody and harmony. Audio recordings were matched to the melodies, before humans polished up the resulting song.
The first song, “Daddy’s Car,” echoes The Beatles’ famous pop style and even manages to throw in a bit of Sgt. Pepper’s-style distortion towards the end. The song is part of an album produced entirely by AI and due to be released next year.
You Need An AI Recruitment Partner Who Knows The Field!
Because AI is changing so quickly, one needs an artificial intelligence recruiting partner who understands the field. Strategic Search Corporation is just such a potential partner.
All of our technical, engineering, R&D, scientific, IT and manufacturing recruiters, including myself, regularly write on the subject. Furthermore, I am regularly consulted and quoted on artificial intelligence.
Call us at (312) 944-4000 for your initial, free AI consultation.
Scott Sargis, President