For this week’s tech recap, we look at: AI Development, Library Robots, AI assisted writing, Cyber Security Engineer Wanted.
Artificial intelligence has acted as the main driver of emerging technologies like big data, robotics and IoT, and it will continue to act as a technological innovator for the foreseeable future.
Now, where is AI going in 2022 and what can we expect to see?
In this week’s tech recap, we take a look at AI Development, Library Robots, AI Assisted Writing and Cyber Security Engineering Career Opportunity.
AI Development in 2022: What can we look forward to
AI thrives on data, and the rise and ubiquity of AI has placed a yet greater emphasis on the value of data as both a competitive advantage and a core asset to companies and countries alike.
This in turn has risen to privacy laws and efforts to educate the public on how their data can be used.
The future of data privacy in AI looks like more investment, more structure, and probably more regulation.
Take a look at more AI development projections for 2022 here.
Interesting tech news from around the world: Self-driving library robots were set to be demonstrated on November 19 in South Korea.
Loaded up with 100 books, the autonomous bot will move along a 180m path across the Tancheon Park promenade.
Anyone with a membership card issued by the Seongnam City Public Library (in South Korea) can borrow up to two books and return them within two weeks to the designated return boxes installed on the promenade.
The city plans to run a pilot operation at Tancheon promenade and Yuldong Park by 2024, and then expand and operate library robots throughout the city, including neighborhood parks, residential areas, and apartment complexes by 2030.
This is an incredibly smart invention, which continues to remind us of how the role played by tech AI in our lives.
Grammarly, the popular auto-editing tool for writing, has raised $200 million in funding at a $13 billion valuation from new investors including Baillie Gifford and funds and accounts managed by BlackRock, among others. The company plans to use the investment to accelerate product innovation and team growth.
Grammarly plans to use the funding to continue making investments in its AI technology. The company will also continue to advance its natural language processing and machine learning tech to deliver personalized communication feedback to its users.
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Develops and implements security solutions. Administers security technology systems by architecting and engineering/developing trusted systems into secure systems. Assists in the development of implementation and deployment plans that are aligned to the organizational strategic plan objectives and security requirements. Advises management in developing cybersecurity policies, processes, and procedures.
- Assists with day-to-day support of security solutions.
- Assists with engineering support and system administration of specialized cybersecurity solutions.
- Solves complex problems and answers routine questions about the installation, operation, configuration, and customization of cybersecurity software.