Some believe cloud robotics will be the future of AI and the next big disruptor in business.
Thousands of people who work in small, managed teams, are connected by technology, and can complete tasks on virtually any platform.
Some of sharpest minds on the forefront of science, economics and innovation are offering thoughtful consideration of AI and its implications on work and life.
Machines see the world through bounding boxes in order to make visual data meaningful, and that work can only be done by humans.
In the French presidential election, Macron’s campaign had the foresight to see how combining data, analytics, and human intelligence could give him a competitive advantage.
Augmented reality is here, in the workplace and in everyday life. For AR to truly succeed, it will require a heavy dose of imagination and a lot of data.
Automation needs humans to address complex tasks that computers simply aren’t equipped to handle.
We help our customers prepare the datasets for their computer and machine vision algorithms.
Humans are the builders and the trainers of every AI technology, and humans will be the cornerstone of work for a long time to come.
How CloudFactory is different from crowdsourcing platforms like Amazon Mechanical Turk (mTurk) to handle critical business processes that need to be done right.
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The leading force driving innovation is the rise of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
While we can’t predict the future, when we analyze the trends, seven truths stand out as powerful forces shaping the future of work.
Through hiring, training and managing thousands of global workers we’ve found that there are 10 character traits that help us hire the best on-demand talent.
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