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Hewlett Parkard (HP) tech expert visits PNG to give talks on future Technology

THE world is moving from a connected world to a cognitive world where artificial intelligence (AI will be present in every electrified device, according to an expert.
Hewlett Packard (HP) Megatrends ambassador Paul Burman,  will be speaking at Innovation PNG 2019 in Port Moresby on Nov 8.
Burman said artificial intelligence (AI) could have a big impact on health and education indicators in PNG.
“Megatrends are transformative global forces that affect our world with their far-reaching impact on businesses, societies, economies, cultures and personal lives,” he said.
“The chief technology officer of HP created a team to do research into the trends of tomorrow.
“We’re not only looking at cool things that could become a HP product in future, but we use Megatrends to set our company strategy and help our partners prepare for the future.
“As one of HP’s Megatrends ambassadors, I am not trying to sell HP products.
“Instead, I am responsible for sharing this information with audiences around our region which is to help them prepare for the future.
“We are moving from a connected world to a cognitive world where AI will be present in every electrified device.”
“On November 8, I’ll be focusing on AI and accelerated innovation.”
Burman said there were a lot of misconceptions about AI taking over jobs done by people and fear of losing their jobs. The National/PNGEhow

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