Year: 2019

Authors: Aljaž Košmerlj, Ivan Bratko, Janek Musek, Kasia Söderlund, Aleks Jakulin, Nina Pejič

Humans today have embraced the comfort of modern technology without really understanding how it works and the abnormal potential of the data accumulation that our devices have. These devices know exactly who we are, where we are, and what we are doing (besides thousands of other things). They achieve this with the help of many sensors and data input vectors controlled by Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems, or rather “smart” algorithms running in the background. These sometimes simple but mostly increasingly complex algorithms can, in a split second, find, sort, define, control and act on a multitude of data to help us with our day-to-day tasks. Otherwise today people would probably be lost in the profusion of information.

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