The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) is reshaping many industries. From healthcare to engineering, AI’s touch is evident. In the world of finance and pensions, AI is making significant strides. The pensions market, with reports estimating its worth close to $62 trillion, is on the brink of an AI-led change. This piece explores how AI is innovating the pensions landscape, pointing towards a future of streamlined processes and tailored pension schemes.
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In a world where technology is changing fast, what will the future look like for software developers? Many schools teach skills that are important today, like coding in certain languages. But will these skills still matter in 2050? Will coding even be a job that people do, as we see more smart computers and automated tools?
The answer is not simple. Some skills will become outdated, but others will always be important. In this blog post, we will talk about the skills that will help software developers stay relevant in the future.
In his second lesson of the book “21 Lessons for the 21st Century,” renowned historian Noah Harari delves into the concept of human-AI centaur teams, a mode of collaboration that heralds unparalleled results. Borrowed from the mythological creature – part human, part horse – this analogy brilliantly encapsulates how humans and AI can symbiotically enhance each other’s capabilities. In the realm of software development, the idea has far-reaching implications.
ChatGPT took the world by storm, and for a good reason. Artificial intelligence is a hot phrase among everyone that deals with digital. The product changed the way people see possibilities involved with automation and AI. Is it relevant when it comes to software development? Can it replace human factor? And why the answer is simply “no”?