The ultimate challenge for AI on the road is the complexity of the urban landscape, mostly of its dwellers.
The increasingly complex environment of today’s business life, together with the economical growth of the last years, has set the grounds for an unprecedented demand of middle managers in advanced countries. These have to be either recruited outside the corporation, with uncertain results and risk, grown inside (but it takes time), or in many cases picked up from the staff as being hopefully the least bad choice.
There was apparently not a problem for this solution. And demagoguery had a great time instead.
After first impressions you may not easily tell apart someone who is self confident from someoneelse who is just enamoured of herself.
Once were farmers those you would look for to buy their products. Later you started looking for industrial products instead. You are now starting to look for a digital layer, that like a plastic wrap contains and alienates the farmer and the industry altogether.
For ages woodworms have fed in the arch, at once source and sustain of life. Science and Technology boosted their numbers to a point were the structural integrity of the arch started to be compromised.
For thousands of years, species lived in earth exposed to what nature and evolution did bring to the plate. So many combinations of atoms into molecules populated this planet. Until mankind learned to handle those pesky atoms and started exploring new combinations.
in the last decades, secretary jobs like taking dictation, transcribing, or calendar up keeping among others, have been displaced by technological advances in personal computers. Today we envision a future where yet more assistance will be provided by AI.
But often the future does not stick to our plans.
Considering that dwellers of large cities around the globe seem to have more in common than with each of their countrymen, a possible political development where cities bundle in a (UCW) United Cities of the World state of sorts seems not far fetched.
that moves with me.
Cities have understood that it makes no sense to have people criss-crossing them because they found a place to live at the farthest point they found a place to work.