Posts Tagged ‘Artificial Intelligence’

What My Cognitive Assistant Knows

I posted a piece on Emily, my cognitive assistant, last March. Several readers have asked me what she really knows.  Beyond deep understanding of health and well being, driverless cars, and complex systems in general, what does she know about me? She has complete access to everything I do via computer or other digital devices. […]

An Unexpected Interview

I couldn’t tell whether the inquiry related to an opportunity for entertainment, adventure, or travel.  To my complete surprise, the inquiry led to a possible offer of employment.  The employer wanted me to join a team that would be exploring complexity.  I asked what that meant.  They said, “It is difficult to explain, but we […]

Chief Executives With Cognitive Assistants

A university chief executive has come to realize that competitive forces are closing in.  Fortunately, the president has an AI based cognitive assistant to help formulate plans for addressing this new reality.  This assistant is named George. “How can these projections be correct, George?  We keep on raising enrollment and tuition to generate surplus revenue […]

Life With a Cognitive Assistant

Where will AI take us?  I understand that Field & Stream is planning a special issue on AI-based deer, elk, and fish.  Gourmet is planning a special issue on robotic food gathering and preparation.  Psychology Today is addressing how to deal with conflicts with your cognitive assistant. My cognitive assistant is Emily, an appealing but […]