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AI Ethicalist, Side Designer, Arrogant

Whether you’re asking questions to an SNCF chatbot, finding your way to Waze, scrolling through your news feed on Facebook or translating a text to Google, artificial intelligence is already an integral part of your daily life. Although still in infancy, AI has already begun to form part of the new profession. Profiles of AI engineers, data analysts, and even data scientists are most sought after by employers. And that is just the beginning. Since basic technologies such as machine learning or deep learning have recently left the world of laboratories, the qualifications required for their deployment and their use in business are not all a matter of job creation. This is the case with AI’s ethics or personality skills. In large groups, however, we have begun to consider certain occupations. For example, AI policymakers need to make sure that the AI ​​deployment rules meet the company’s ethical standards. As a side designer, she will take care of the way personal assistants and other chatbots express themselves by providing their values ​​and a personality. This profile will then be scripted by the arrogant one who will be responsible for translating this personality in a certain way through the behavior of AI, its vocabulary, its voice etc.

Specialist Surgeon in Telesurgery (Remote Surgery)

In 2001, Operation Lindbergh ushered in a new era for surgery. A patient admitted to Strasbourg University Hospital underwent surgery using a surgical robot controlled by Professor Jack Marescocks in New York. In the interest of this technological achievement? Overcome geographical constraints to make advanced surgery accessible worldwide. Other successful experiments have since confirmed the potential for remote robot-assisted surgery. But if telemedicine is widely democratized in many other medical fields, it is very rare in the operating room at the moment. Error 7 especially for network connection requirements Yet it promises a very bright future. Especially since robot-assisted surgery is on the rise. The Da Vinci Robot, the world’s best-selling robot, has already sold nearly 6,000 copies. For specific training in robotics, if they exist “Shaky”According to a term used in a report by the National Academy of Medicine in December 2021, they are expected to grow rapidly. The University of Lorraine already offers a diploma in robotic surgery, which includes practical training in the use of the Da Vinci robot.

Chef Food 3D Printing Special

In the village of Olvega in the north of the Netherlands, a new type of restaurant opened its doors in 2018. The entire black decoration of this former bank has been transformed into a temple of gastronomy which makes it original. The place, even the amazing local products that love to work with its three-star chef. Its uniqueness lies behind the stove, where rather special clerks work: 3D printers. Avocado, cauliflower muslin lace, an octopus made from chocolate arabesque … Gone are the days when these devices could only make small plastic things! In the kitchen, too, the advancement of three-dimensional printing, or additive production, ushered in a real revolution. In addition to gesture accuracy and the creative freedom it allows, this new food technology promises many other benefits, including dietary and environmental. This sector is well understood. Several specialized manufacturers are now tackling the agro-food sector. This is the case with the British start-up Choc Edge’s famous Choc Creator, Natural Machines and its Foodini, or the giant 3D system and its ChefJet Pro. It is safe to say that with the advent of sophisticated machines in the market, the Dutch chef’s pioneering initiative will soon be replicated.

Pilot of commercial flight in space

“You can now unbuckle your seat belt. A The formula could not be more common in the cockpit. It was much less in the face of the pilots of the Virgin Galactic flight on July 11, 2021. When Richard Branson and the other passengers of VSS Unity were free to roam the cabin … without weight! The space tourism race got off to a great start last summer. In the space of a few days, British billionaire entrepreneur and space rival Jeff Bezos has both successfully crossed the Karman Line, the symbolic boundary between the Earth’s atmosphere and space. On behalf of Virgin Galactic, we have already announced the first commercial flight of private astronauts for the fourth quarter of 2022. If for the time being, ticket prices (sold between ,000 200,000 and 50 450,000) mean that to a limited audience, the multi-billionaire, suborbital flight market should eventually become a true industry. Especially since it is not the only outlet designed by the pioneers of the tourism sector. Several American and Chinese companies are currently working on long-distance spaceflight. This is the case with the highly publicized Virgin Galactic, SpaceX and Blue Origin, but also with more discerning companies such as Axiom Space, Bigelow Aerospace or Chinese Space Transportation. This latest start-up has announced the launch of a space line connecting Beijing to New York in just 1 hour from 2025. It remains to be seen who will pilot this new type of commercial flight. The question has already become the subject of several studies and think tanks in the aeronautics community. Conclusions Agree on the recruitment of pilots who already have long experience and especially from military aviation.

Air traffic controller for drones

What if the roar of a drone becomes the background noise of our daily lives? It has been predicted for several years now: tomorrow, drones will be everywhere. Entertainment, network monitoring, infrastructural diagnostics, mapping, parcel delivery … Although professional use is on the rise, the market is still struggling to close, especially with regulatory constraints related to security. Without specific control of air traffic, there would be no potential expansion of drone-related activities. Look at the chaos that occurred at London-Gatwick Airport in 2018 due to the presence of drones near runways. In addition to the significant increase in traffic – which should be tampered with by artificial intelligence – these unmanned machines pose new risks that various government aviation safety authorities are currently trying to respond to. Hacking, electronic frequency jamming, potential communication problems between drones and controllers … specially designed platforms are being tested to respond to these threats. In the United States, the Federal Aviation Administration has announced its imminent entry into the testing phase of its prototype system. Israel and Singapore have already conducted similar tests. Notice for aspiring air traffic controllers, if you are worried about the crisis this sector is going through, know that a new niche should see the light of day soon.

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Article from T La Revue n ° 9 “Working, is it really reasonable?” – Currently available at Newsstand and kiosque.latribune.fr/t-la-revue