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Stephen Dale

Video on AI | McKinsey & Company - 0 views

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    From science fiction to business fact. 45% of activities - not jobs can be automated. Quarter to a third of CEO's time can be automated.
Stephen Dale

Machine Learning - 1 views

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    Google Sheets is getting smarter. After adding the machine learning-powered "Explore" feature last year, which lets you ask natural language questions about your data, it's now expanding this feature to also automatically build charts for you. This means you can now simply ask Sheets to give you a "bar chart for fidget spinner sales" and it will automatically build one for you.
Stephen Dale

This Is How Artificial Intelligence Will Shape eLearning For Good - eLearning Industry - 0 views

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    There is quite a lot of confusion about the difference between AI and machine learning. While many big companies use them interchangeably, they are not the same thing. Related, sure, but different.
Stephen Dale

Stephen Hawking: AI will automate middle class jobs - Business Insider - 1 views

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    "Artificial intelligence and increasing automation is going to decimate middle class jobs, worsening inequality and risking significant political upheaval, Stephen Hawking has warned."
Stephen Dale

Could robots be marking your homework? - BBC News - 1 views

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    This summer, Georgia Tech, a university in Atlanta in the US, deployed a teaching assistant called Jill Watson for one of its postgraduate courses.
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    My daughter is a teacher. She was delighted to hear that she might get back 2 hours of her life each day if a robot could mark her pupils' homework.
Gary Colet

You Had One Job. | This American Life - 2 views

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    Fictional story written in the first person by an autonomous bomb disposal robot. Raises fascinating questions about social robotics ethics.
Stephen Dale

Will robots actually take your job? - 2 views

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    The implications of advancing technology to a point where its applications can mimic, assume or replace the role of people, to a point where humankind is no longer needed to guide such developments, leads to a multitude of questions about what this means for the future of society.
Stephen Dale

How To Lead In The Age Of Algorithms | POST*SHIFT - 0 views

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    Corporate leadership is already struggling to keep up with the connected workforce and increasing speed and complexity in the digital economy. But looking ahead to the rise of algorithmic and human-machine co-working, the situation is even more worrying. A reboot is overdue.
Stephen Dale

Google's Hand-fed AI Now Gives Answers, Not Just Search Results | WIRED - 1 views

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    Google answers these questions with the help from deep neural networks, a form of artificial intelligence rapidly remaking not just Google's search engine but the entire company and, well, the other giants of the internet, from Facebook to Microsoft.
Stephen Dale

Robotics, automation and artificial intelligence - Publications - GOV.UK - 2 views

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    "Advice to the Prime Minister on opportunities in robotics, automation and artificial intelligence for the UK."
Stephen Dale

Convict-spotting algorithm criticised - BBC News - 0 views

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    Researchers trained an algorithm using more than 1,500 photos of Chinese citizens, hundreds of them convicts.They said the program was then able to correctly identify criminals in further photos 89% of the time. But the research, which has not been peer reviewed, has been criticised by criminology experts who say the AI may reflect bias in the justice system. #
Stephen Dale

Is Your Job 'Routine'? If So, It's Probably Disappearing - Real Time Economics - WSJ - 0 views

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    New research from Henry Siu at the University of British Columbia and Nir Jaimovich from Duke University shows just how much the world of routine work has collapsed. The economists released a paper today, published by the centrist Democratic think tank Third Way, showing that over the course of the last two recessions and recoveries, a period beginning in 2001, the economy's job growth has come entirely from nonroutine work.
Stephen Dale

Government told to establish effective regulation on AI | PublicTechnology.net - 0 views

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    The government needs to get the ethical framework and regulation of artificial intelligence right and invest in skills training if it wants to make the most of the technology, the Government Office for Science has said.
Stephen Dale

Artificial Intelligence Chatbots are Revolutionizing Healthcare | Digital Trends - 0 views

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    Of all the fields that artificial intelligence will disrupt in the coming years, healthcare may see the greatest paradigm shift. AI's influence in the industry will be deep and broad. Image-recognition algorithms already help detect diseases at an astonishing rate. Now, a few startups are using intelligent machines to redesign the clinic, redefine the role of the practitioner, and reposition the patient in relation to her own health.
Stephen Dale

The chat overload is just beginning | Shift*Base - 0 views

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    1.ChatOps and activity streams are an important part of a connected company's infrastructure. 2. We need better AI and other tech to help deal with chat overload. 3. Tools like Slack could be very well-suited to supporting networks of small teams. 4. We are just getting started with chat and messaging in the workplace, so there is much still to learn. 5. Early adopters declare things 'over' before second wave adopters have even used them. Let's wait and see what happens at scale
Stephen Dale

Why You Shouldn't Swear at Siri - 0 views

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    Stop swearing at Siri. Quit cursing Cortana. As digital devices grow smarter, being beastly toward bots could cost you your job.
Stephen Dale

Google: Our Assistant Will Trigger the Next Era of AI - 0 views

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    How do we learn the meaning of text from data? In other words, how can a machine truly understand the phrases that human beings blab into its search fields and microphone? The researchers at Google and elsewhere have settled on an answer to that question: machine learning; specifically, a form of artificial intelligence called neural networks-self-organising systems modelled on the way the brain works.
Stephen Dale

Stephen Hawking is wrong. Humans won't compete with AI - we will merge with it - 1 views

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    Stephen Hawking summed up the thinking of many of the researchers and funders behind artificial intelligence this week when he launched the new Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence at Cambridge by claiming that AI is "either the best or worst thing to happen to humanity."
Stephen Dale

Artificial Intelligence vs. Machine Learning: What's the Difference? - Datamation - 0 views

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    During the past few years, the terms artificial intelligence and machine learning have begun showing up frequently in technology news and websites. Often the two are used as synonyms, but many experts argue that they have subtle but real differences.
Stephen Dale

Why Google A.I. is the last user interface | ITworld - 0 views

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    Google believes that artificial intelligence (A.I.) virtual assistants (VA) and the conversational user interface (CUI) will largely supplant search engines and mobile apps for many users. We're moving into an "A.I.-first world," according to Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
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