In 2013, economist Dr Carl Benedikt Frey and machine learning professor Michael Osborne released a study named “The Future of Employment” that left the world shook. A machine learning algorithm evaluated 702 job positions, at that time representing 97% of the US workforce, to identify automatable vs. non-automatable jobs. The released results were unpromising: 47% of all current jobs in the US are at risk of being fully or greatly automated in the next one or two decades.
From face recognition and smart assistants to IBM Watson, we hear about Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning daily. Used in finance, healthcare, manufacture and sales, those technologies define current years and excite young minds.
The possibilities of AI and ML are endless. However, people not working with those innovative techs closely might think of them as slightly abstract and far away. In fact, you can try them out in your browser right now, and actually have a lot of fun!
#1 Deep Nostalgia
Deep Nostalgia is a service released in February 2021 by MyHeritage, an online genealogy company. On their…