In this two part discussion, we will discuss two related generative AI megatrends Backgroumd A recent paper How Is ChatGPT’s Behavior Changing over Time? from… Read More »Generative AI megatrends: implications of GPT-4 drift and open source models – part one
Based in London, Ajit's work spans research, entrepreneurship, and academia relating to artificial intelligence (AI) with Cyber-Physical systems. He is the course director of the course: Artificial Intelligence: Cloud and Edge Implementations at the University of Oxford. He is also a visiting fellow in Engineering Sciences at the University of Oxford. Besides this, he also conducts the University of Oxford courses: Digital Twins, Cybseecurity, and Agtech. Ajit works as a Data Scientist through his company, feynlabs - focusing on building innovative early-stage AI prototypes for complex AI applications. Besides the University of Oxford, Ajit has also conducted AI courses at the London School of Economics (LSE), Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), and as part of The Future Society at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
In this blog, I will now focus on generative AI megatrends. By that, I mean, trends and underlying trends that could be big in the… Read More »Generative AI megatrends: Are companies using the excuse of AI to get rid of jobs?
In the movie the Lord of the Rings – the wizard Sauron says that “The hour is later than you think” I was reminded of… Read More »The hour is later than you think for AI impacting our jobs
In the first part of this blog, we discussed how coding could be a collaborative experience using tools like the GitHub Copilot. In the second… Read More »Will coding be a collaborative experience using GitHub Copilot? – Part two
Will coding be a collaborative experience using github copilot? – part one Gitub recently released a survey about developer experience which claimed that “AI is… Read More »Will coding be a collaborative experience using GitHub copilot? – Part one
I read an interesting post from NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang who said in a commencement note for university students in Taiwan that, “Those without AI… Read More »Can those with AI expertise be left behind?
Digital twins analytics has been applied in a variety of contexts. Today, digital twins are gaining in popularity for various complex projects. In this article,… Read More »Digital Twins Analytics in Predictive Analytics
Matt Welsh, a former professor of Computer Science and Google engineer believes that programming jobs, as we know them today, will cease to exist in three… Read More »Will Coding Jobs Cease to Exist in Three Years?