Headline May 16, 2017/ ''' AMERICA VERSUS *ASIAN* '''


''WELL, ZILLI, AT *PROUD PAKISTAN*  -the first historic and temporary host of the World Students Society. most lovingly called !WOW!

See if You can raise O''Captain Imran Khan, and ask him where is the province of KPK on.  *Aritificial Intelligence*? 

Zilli, then do the same by asking Engineer Munawwer/MS Michigan? Engineer Imran Basit/MS China? Engineer Shahid Shakoor? Dr. Masood Reza/Michigan University? Engineer Saleem Khan Kasuria?  Rumi Shumail/AKD Securities.

Then, Zilli, email Hussain Ali? Haider Abbasi?   Mustafa Imran/LUMS? Owais Khattak? Faraz Majeed? Omer Khan? Wajahat Raja? Syed Ali Hassan? Faizan Masood? Hassan Masood? Ibrahim Imran?  Lastly, do ask:

Merium? Rabo? Haleema?  Saima?  Saira? Dee? Eman? Aqsa? Armeen? Ayesha?  Ambassador Malala?. And while you are at it, Zilli, cover all the Engineering and Technology Universities for me?

As always, Many, many thanks, Zilli, for being such a Hero to me. I await your inputs. And be assured I will compose and publish them in the Headline Operational Research. *Three Cheers. Zilli!* 

*ITS NOT AN ARMS RACE*  -but  it is expected to have a bigger impact 
than bombs or  missiles on the future of global heavyweights such as United States, China and Japan.

Asian and US companies are racing to develop  Aritificial Intelligence [AI] technology, which promises to revolutionize every aspect of humanity, from computing to lifestyles, from doing business to space exploration.

The manager of the   *T.Rowe Price Global Technology Fund*  Josh Spencer, said US companies in Silicon Valley, California were slightly ahead of their Asian counterparts in funneling resources into developing AI.

But China's Internet players. such as Baidu, are close behind in developing products that  think and do tasks  better than humans. Soencer said Japanese and South Korean companies were also pushing into AI, though Indian enterprises are largely absent from the field.

''Baidu is Asia's clear leader in AI,'' said Spencer, alluding to the degree of concentration and amount of resources that the Beijing company is devoting to developing the technology.

Baidu dominates  wen services  in China, making revenue of US$ 10.2 billion last year. Spencer said the company was looking for specific applications for AI in its business.

One example is  applying the technology  in self-driving cars, so they can use Baidu online maps. Baidu is building a network of laboratories that focus on research in fields such as  speech recognition, in anticipation of internet searches being  voice activated, Spencer says.

The development of  self-teaching, neural net technology is at the cutting edge of research into AI. The technology is at the cutting edge of research into AI.

*The technology is intended to let machines analyze big data, or extremely large sets of data, and make decisions based on their analyses.

Spencer says  AI is at the core of all business endeavors Baidu will make in future. 

In contrast, big Chinese companies, such as  Tencent and  Alibaba, are developing  AI  mainly as an adjunct to their principal businesses, he says.

Well, The New Electricity Then :  ''We are now living and breathing the era of  aritficial intelligence.'' Baidu Chief Executive Robin Li Yanhong said during a conference call with stick analysts in February.

''We believe that AI is the new electricity, which will transform industry after industry, new applications and products that we have yet to even imagine, and fundamentally, change how users interact with technology.''

In a message to Baidu employees on May 4, Li announced the company's mission was to become a global AI leader.

How do the efforts of Baidu in the field of  AI measure up to those of the rivals in the United States?

Spencer said  Baidu and Google, the biggest company in the US Internet search market. were pretty much neck-and-neck. He said both were pouring similar amounts of resources into projects that would use AI-

Such as the  development of  self-driving cars, smart assistants for phones, language processing and Internet search and  'map technologies'.

''It's almost like  Baidu and  Google  are mirror images of each other,'' he said. 

Baidu Research, a laboratory of which draws elite scientists from all over the world, does its research and development into AI. the Baidu AI R&D network encompasses its  Institute of Deep Learning, its Big Data Lab and its Augmented Reality  Lab, and US laboratories.

A technology and investment analyst,  David Garrity, who heads the GVA Research in New York, says:

''Baidu set up its first Artificial Intelligence Lab in the U.S. way back in 2013.''

Will Robots and AI steal all our jobs? And yet we have, yet another study that debunks the widespread notion that robots  -and other forms of automation, including  ''artificial intelligence''-

*Will destroy our jobs and lead to a future of- Permanent high Unemployment*.

According to the study, that would completely rewrite history, which has shown job creation to be the enduring strength of the US economy.

The Honor and Serving of the latest  ''Operational Research'' on Invention, Creation, Innovation and State of the art brilliance continues. Thank Ya all for reading and sharing forward,  and see you on the following one:

With most respectful dedication to : Prime Minister Mian Mohammad Nawaz Sharif/Pakistan-

Parents, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world.  See You, Your Excellency, and all the others on !WOW!   the World Students Society, and Twitter-!E-WOW!  -the Ecosystem 2011:

''' Tech & !WOW! '''

Good Night and God Bless

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