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Appreciative Inquiry Pictorial  - Sonia Sparkles - 0 views

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    Appreciative Inquiry is a framework that encourages leaders to be become more positive and supportive, and fuels creativity and innovation.
Stephen Dale

Google (GOOG) explains how artificial intelligence becomes biased against women and min... - 0 views

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    Google is trying to educate the masses on how AI can accidentally perpetuate the biases held by its makers
Stephen Dale

The 'Godfather of AI' on making machines clever and whether robots really will learn to... - 0 views

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    British professor Geoffrey Hinton says that humans should not fear the growing intelligence of machines, but the development of military robots should be a concern.
Stephen Dale

We're all cyborgs, and AI assistants will make us more human - 0 views

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    The debate between artificial intelligence (AI) and intelligence augmentation (IA) has been raging for decades. Will computer systems replace humans with a faster, smarter form of intelligence (AI) or will they augment our existing human intelligence and work alongside us (IA)?
Stephen Dale

Top Trends in the Gartner Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2017 - Smarte... - 1 views

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    The Gartner Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2017 focuses on three emerging technology mega-trends: Artificial intelligence (AI) everywhere, transparently immersive experiences and digital platforms.
Stephen Dale

How artificial intelligence will change your life (sooner than you realise) | The Times... - 0 views

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    Toby Walsh, an academic and artificial intelligence expert, believes AI will recalibrate our world and its certainties in the next few decades. As with all the best bits of futurology, it does come with a warning.
Stephen Dale

How McLaren is taking machine learning to the next level | LinkedIn - 0 views

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    Use of machine learning and physical modelling for adaptive vehicle control. Data-driven decision making.
Stephen Dale

Cabinet Office automation project will introduce robots into the civil service | Civil ... - 0 views

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    The Cabinet Office has selected Capgemini as its partner for a £4m project to try and drive use of robotic process automation (RPA) technology across Whitehall.
Gary Colet

Is It Time To Rethink The Scientific Method? | Digital Tonto - 0 views

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    Interesting article about how innovation is being democratised through wide accessibility to big/open data
Stephen Dale

Will AI Replace Humans In The Customer Service Industry? - 0 views

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    The conversation around AI now is too focused on the question of how AI can replace agent interaction, which is missing the point. The aim of AI shouldn't be to replace human interaction, but to improve human interaction.
Stephen Dale

Demystifying the Black Box That Is AI - Scientific American - 2 views

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    The most capable technologies-namely, deep neural networks-are notoriously opaque, offering few clues as to how they arrive at their conclusions.
Stephen Dale

Machine learning, artificial intelligence and robo-advisers: The future of finance - 1 views

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    The application of AI to the development of smarter robo-advisers offers a dichotomy of hope or fear that it could yield 'intelligent' and cost-effective investment management advice.
Stephen Dale

Robot wars:  if we can't beat them, let's become them | News Review | The Tim... - 0 views

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    As fears grow that artificial intelligence could wipe us out, one radical idea to stop it is that man and machine merge
Stephen Dale

6 Hot AI Automation Technologies Destroying And Creating Jobs - 1 views

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    A summary of 6 AI technologies that will have the most impact on jobs in the near future.
Gary Colet

AI Is Inventing Languages Humans Can't Understand. Should We Stop It? - 0 views

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    Should we be concerned about 'divergent AI language' that humans can't understand?
Stephen Dale

Artificial intelligence is not as smart as you (or Elon Musk) think | TechCrunch - 0 views

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    AI is (currently) very good at specialist/single tasks that require brute force computational effort or training algorithms, but we are a long way from developing generalised AI, that requires some form of unsupervised deep learning. There are many things that humans understand but are well beyond the reach of AI, and this will remain the case for many years to come - if it ever happens.
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