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Artificial Intelligence Finally Entered Our Everyday World

ANDREW NG HANDS me a tiny device that wraps around my ear and connects to a smartphone via a small cable. It looks like a throwback—a smartphone earpiece without a Bluetooth connection. But it’s really a glimpse of the future. In a way, this tiny device allows the blind to see.
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The AI Revolution: The Road to Superintelligence

Nothing will make you appreciate human intelligence like learning about how unbelievably challenging it is to try to create a computer as smart as we are. Building skyscrapers, putting humans in space, figuring out the details of how the Big Bang went down—all far easier than understanding our own brain or how to make something as cool as it. As of now, the human brain is the most complex object in the known universe.
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The Militarization Rate Of Technology And Elon Musk’s AI Worries

Much like Tesla’s vehicle designs, OpenAI’s technology will be available for everybody to use. For free. Currently, Google and Facebook have similar open-sourcing operations with their respective AI projects, but Elon Musk has his doubts about the permanence of those arrangements. “As time rolls on and we get closer to something that surpasses human intelligence,” he explains to Backchannel, “there is some question how much Google will share.” Might open-sourcing this technology aid in its exploitation? Musk and Altman think it’s likely, but with the technology available to everyone, they hope the good uses will outweigh and discourage the bad. AI won’t be only in the hands of, say, Big Brother.
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Google just published a free, three-month course on deep learning

Google wants to teach you deep learning — if you're ready that is. The tech giant has launched a free course explaining the machine learning technique that underpins so many of its services. (Google uses deep learning for everything from speech recognition to automatically sorting your photo collection.) The course is available on for-profit education site Udacity, and is estimated to take about three months to complete at a rate of six hours of work a week. It's not for absolute beginners, but aims to help established engineers and data scientists get to grips with deep learning as well as TensorFlow — the in-house machine learning software that Google open sourced last November.
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AI Is Transforming Google Search. The Rest of the Web Is Next

YESTERDAY, THE 46-YEAR-OLD Google veteran who oversees its search engine, Amit Singhal, announced his retirement. And in short order, Google revealed that Singhal’s rather enormous shoes would be filled by a man named John Giannandrea. On one level, these are just two guys doing something new with their lives. But you can also view the pair as the ideal metaphor for a momentous shift in the way things work inside Google—and across the tech world as a whole.

Giannandrea, you see, oversees Google’s work in artificial intelligence. This includes deep neural networks, networks of hardware and software that approximate the web of neurons in the human brain. By analyzing vast amounts of digital data, these neural nets can learn all sorts of useful tasks, like identifying photos, recognizing commands spoken into a smartphone, and, as it turns out, responding to Internet search queries. In some cases, they can learn a task so well that they outperform humans. They can do it better. They can do it faster. And they can do it at a much larger scale.
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Rapidly improving technology will make sustainable solutions more viable than ever.
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