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Unleashing Artificial Intelligence with Human-Assisted Machine Learning - 0 views

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    What if, rather than asking the traditional question-What tasks currently performed by humans will soon be done more cheaply and rapidly by machines?-we ask a new one: What new feats might people achieve if they had better thinking machines to assist them?
Stephen Dale

Joke-Telling Robots Are the Final Frontier of Artificial Intelligence | Motherboard - 0 views

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    Joke telling robots - an application for AI you probably hadn't considered!
Stephen Dale

Everything You Know About Artificial Intelligence is Wrong - 0 views

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    It was hailed as the most significant test of machine intelligence since Deep Blue defeated Garry Kasparov in chess nearly 20 years ago. Google's AlphaGo has won two of the first three games against grandmaster Lee Sedol in a Go tournament, showing the dramatic extent to which AI has improved over the years. That fateful day when machines finally become smarter than humans has never appeared closer-yet we seem no closer in grasping the implications of this epochal event.
Stephen Dale

Artificial intelligence has become a religion - Tech Insider - 0 views

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    Jaron Lanier - who pioneered virtual reality - stressed that we need to divide "artificial intelligence" into two different things:

    -the engineering and the science on the one hand
    -the storytelling about it, the narrative that we have about it, the fantasy life of it - perhaps the religion of it.

    It doesn't mean one is good and one is bad, but they're just different sorts of beasts.
Stephen Dale

Future of Workforce Automation: America's Predictions | Pew Research Center - 0 views

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    Though US-centric, this Pew Report "Public Predictions for the Future of Workforce Automation" gives some insight to workforce attitudes to automation. Despite their expectations that technology will encroach on human employment in general, most workers think that their own jobs or professions will still exist in 50 years. Heads in the sand, or justifiable pessimism?
Stephen Dale

A Short History of Machine Learning - Data Science Central - 0 views

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    A quick trip through time to examine the origins of machine learning as well as the most recent milestones.
Stephen Dale

Tawe: Videos made easy from a simple image - 2 views

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    Make an instant video from a simple drawing
Stephen Dale

Create your own whiteboard videos | VideoScribe - 0 views

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    VideoScribe is pure magic. Create your own whiteboard-style animations with no design or technical know-how.
Stephen Dale

Business Intelligence and Analytics | Tableau Software - 0 views

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    Tableau helps people see and understand data
Stephen Dale

Create Easy Infographics, Reports, Presentations | Piktochart - 0 views

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    Easy to use Infographic Maker
Stephen Dale

Create online charts & infographics | infogr.am - 0 views

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    Charts & Infographics the Easy Way
Stephen Dale

Reference material - 0 views

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    Done well, infographic design clarifies, explains, reveals or adds meaning
Stephen Dale

FlowingData - 0 views

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    Visualisation tutorials, guides and examples.
Stephen Dale

Google's DeepMind beats Go champion in historic moment for artificial intelligence - 0 views

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    A computer program has beaten the world champion of one of civilisation's oldest board games for the first time in history. 

    Lee Se-dol, a 33-year-old South Korean, resigned the first of five matches of the fiendishly complex strategy game against the AlphaGo program, which is built by the Google-owned British company DeepMind.
Stephen Dale

Human or Machine: The Most Important Question in Analytics - 0 views

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    It's not humans who are the recipients and decision makers of data and analysis, it's machines. Machines are making all or most of the decisions in areas like programmatic advertising, search engine optimization, credit approval, insurance underwriting, Internet of Things applications, and many more.
Stephen Dale

The Doyle Report: Will Robots and Artificial Intelligence Take Your Job? | The VAR Guy ... - 0 views

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    it took decades for saddle makers and carriage builders to adjust to the disruptive rise of the automobile. In contrast, travel agents had less than five years to rechart their careers after Expedia, Orbitz and other travel sites took hold. Financial planners? Mammography technicians? Once the software programmers get their algorithms right, these and many other jobs could disappear or change very in the relative blink of an eye.
Stephen Dale

Will artificial intelligence change the business landscape in 2016? | Virgin - 0 views

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    A great example of AI in action is on Wall Street, where traders and bankers are being slowly replaced with machines. Wall Street is now a lot more sedate and well behaved. Investment decisions and trades are based on algorithms, statistics and trends, rather than prevailing human emotion or gut instinct. Is this is a good thing or bad?
Stephen Dale

Artificial Intelligence Risk - 12 Researchers Weigh in on the Danger's of Smarter Machines - 0 views

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    In line with fears often read about in the media, both anti-killer robot activist Dr. Sharkey and Brandeis University's Dr. Michael Bukatin believe that autonomous machines, either superintelligences fighting themselves and obliterating us in the process or rampant autonomous armed conflict, pose a legitimate threat.

    Another thought is that AI aren't evil (and never will be); instead, it's the humans behind the AI that are unpredictable and often untrustworthy, with short-sighted aims such as financial and political gains. Dr. Michael Shermer sees the likeliest risk of near-future AI in the near future involving "evil humans manipulating AI toward their ends, not evil AI itself, as no such thing will develop."
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