Tag Archives: computers

Computer Vision and the Energy Sector

Charles Landau, MPA, Staff Writer, Brief Policy Perspectives Image recognition and computer vision have come a long way in recent years. Computers and Artificial Intelligence tools have gotten better at identifying all kinds of objects, from people to road signs to hot dogs, but these new technologies can also be used to connect customers with opportunities […]

GW WonkCast S3E4-3: Above the Fold: Automation and the U.S. Workforce

This week’s Above the Fold covers domestic automation and how new technologies and artificial intelligence are impacting the American workforce. Recorded live at GW’s WRGW radio station, GW WonkCast co-Host Katherine Lundie and blog Staff Writer Cory Lancaster join Harris Kay, Robert O’Shaughnessy, and Matthew Williams from the WRGW News team. Hear about the new Amazon […]