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Mathieu Plourde

Learning Agility: Teams, Tools, and Systems - 0 views

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    "Google is also ramping up its integration of AI into G Suite. For example, over 10 percent of Gmail replies are now "machine written and human accepted." Google Cloud CEO Dianne Greene recently commented that "We are now working to make it easy for you. We are incorporating AI into everything you do.""
Mathieu Plourde

3 Necessary Skills for Educators in the Era of A.I. - 0 views

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    "If you're an optimist, you're excited to use these advancements to complement your teaching style. On the other hand, you might be a little concerned that a robot will replace you in the next 3-10 years. In any case, the time to prepare for these changes is now. By practicing and sharpening our human strengths (in other words - robots' weaknesses), we can improve our chances of thriving in a world where AI is ubiquitous in every classroom, school and home. Here are 3 skills to start honing today that give educators an advantage over AI."
Mathieu Plourde

Movie written by algorithm turns out to be hilarious and intense | Ars Technica - 0 views

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    "Movie written by algorithm turns out to be hilarious and intense"
Mathieu Plourde

Google Humanlike Computer, Neural Turing Machine, Will Program Itself | Betabeat - 0 views

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    "In two different tests, the NTM was asked to 1) learn to copy blocks of binary data and 2) learn to remember and sort lists of data. The results were compared with a more basic neural network, and it was found that the computer learned faster and produced longer blocks of data with fewer errors. Additionally, the computer's methods were found to be very similar to the code a human programmer would've written to make the computer complete such a task."
Mathieu Plourde

Watch A Scrabble-Bot Learn To Interact With And Insult Its Opponents - 0 views

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    "As Victor begins to lose he gets sarcastic and angry but otherwise he just makes conversation - commenting on words he puts down and generally chattering away while you play. Like the fitness robot, Autom, the designers made Victor so that he would be easily to engage with. By simulating human interaction, you get a unique experience that can make people feel a little better. Plus it's a trash-talking Scrabble-bot. Are we living in the future or what?"
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