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Superior returns from intelligent machines

Advances in natural language understanding and generation will change the way that humans interact with computers and smartphones in sectors like healthcare – and also in personal assistants such as Apple’s Siri

Autonomous decision-making using AI

Evolutionary computing uses the principles of biological evolution to learn, adapt and react

Antonio Bicchi

We will create robots which are no longer massive and rigid but softer, using plastics and elastic materials that resemble the structures found in human bodies

Andrew McAfee

If anyone had asked us ten years ago to guess what would happen over the next ten years, we would have been deeply wrong

The age of intelligent machines

Humankind is moving from an information age to the age of intelligent machines, with consequences for the world of work, the economy and society. The transition is driven by the explosion in the amount of digital data that is now available, artificial intelligence (AI) programmes that can analyse the data for the benefit of humanity, […]

The Family Consilium 2016

This Chronicle presents the highlights from The Family Consilium held in Gstaad in June 2016. Topics covered include: emerging disruptions in geopolitics, disruptive forces in technology, how investors might respond to the changing financial environment, and strategies to manage the challenges of passing wealth from one generation to the next. Other highlights are Elif Shafak, […]

Into the Unknown

Cesar Perez Ruiz, Chief Investment Officer at Pictet, on what Donald Trump’s presidential election win will mean for emerging investment trends.

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