Sometimes, I hear people opposing AI and human: as in the famous “AI is gonna take away all your jobs”. The truth is that far before the AI can offer a full-service with no-human involved, the AI will be tasked with the Assistant role. Preselecting, pre-collecting, pre-compiling the data so we, human with limited data manipulation ability, can quickly assess and take a decision.
Here is an exemple of collaboration between human and AI. The AI detects a potential chock, signals it and applies gently the break, so the human have more time and awareness to take a critical decision. Well done Tesla!
A quick note on behalf of the Lili.ai team to wish you a merry christmas and a happy new year.
I am extremelly thankful for this intense year, where we went through the various stages of the start-up, and I am extremelly proud of the team and the way we have overcomed all the challenges on our way. We went from the crazy idea that “Project Management could become assisted by Artificial Intelligence”, to the “how we are gonna make it?”, to the “would you allow us to test it with you?”, to the final “we did it!”.
I am very looking forward for the upcoming year and its wonderful opportunity! Lili.ai will now go to its next step of further implementations of more Lilis around the world, and further development of its AI part.
More than ever before, we are convinced that Lili is a story that will continue thanks to your support!
Again merry Christmas and Happy new year!
All the best,
Milie TAING on behalf of Lili.ai
Do you feel that your current reporting system is complex and archaic? Imagine the new one when your organisation will transit from the one way bottom up reporting to the fragmented real time reporting : ) Yes, thar’s why we have developped Lili.
Those images are beautiful, but what makes it really amazing it that they were generated by the computer! Have a look on the video, it showas you the training material behind this! Waouh!
more images here: http://www.evolvingai.org/ppgn
I have always thought that selfie stick was stupid, now thanks to advanced facial recognition, I think sticks will become a must have for any photographer