I have decided to take a look at Harris Blumenthal’s posts on Artificial Intelligence and how it will change the future of the word. Harris is a student at the University At Buffalo’s business school. I found the most interesting of the Articles he wrote to be “AI will not fully replace Humans”, which went against my initial thoughts on the subject. He opened up his article by saying that “…that does not mean humans will be fully replaced by robots. There are a lot of things that Artificial Intelligence can do however, humans can also do many things that…


In this post I will be going over an insider’s first hand experience with how Artificial Intelligence is changing their workplace. For discretion purposes I will be referring to this interviewed individual as Jack.

To start, Jack is a private contractor in upstate New York who recently has started aiding his craftsman skills with Artificial Intelligence. I started my interview by asking Jack how he used to do his job when he first started. Jack told me “When I first started in this field I was basically an apprentice to my father, but later on I went on to get…


As mentioned in my last post, the workplace is constantly changing and being innovated through the use of A.I, and the influence of work on our lives is rather significant. To get a better understanding of how Artificial Intelligence is effecting the workplace I surveyed individuals from various career types to get their opinion on how A.I has changed their line(s) of work.

I started off my survey with a general question of “Have you experienced the use of A.I in your workplace in the past 5 years?”, the purpose of this question was to establish a study group that…


Given the immense amount of time that is spent in the office, and communing to and from work, our everyday life is perhaps influenced the most by the events we encounter in the workplace. This being said, I ask myself how is the addition of A.I affecting our workplaces, and as a result how is work influencing our everyday lives? Professor Spyros Makridakis (2017) quotes the late Professor Stephan Hawking who said “The rise of powerful AI will be either the best or the worst thing ever to happen to humanity. We do not yet know which” (Makridakis, p. 4)…


In recent years artificial intelligence has become widely available to the everyday household in forms such as cleaning robots, automated heating and cooling systems, and automated light systems. This however is only scratching the surface of the use of A.I in the home. With the addition of programmable security systems, at home personal assistants, and entertainment systems we are able to create a new concept called a ‘smart home’ or a semi to fully automated household. Investing in developing your home into a ‘smart home’ could save you both time and money, opening up a multitude of opportunities.

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When it comes to artificial intelligence we think of many things, such as self-driving cars, drones, the Roomba vacuum, or maybe even a movie such as Wall-E by Pixar, starring that binocular headed trash compacting robot everybody loves. Though I am not particularly interested in the in-depth knowledge on this topic, I do realize that being informed on artificial intelligence is a must. I am sure everyone knows a grandparent or older friend who just is not able to keep up with the technology boom that is happening with computers and cell phones. …

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