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In einem bisher unveröffentlichten Essay von 1959 beschreibt der berühmte Science-Fiction-Autor Isaac Asimov, wie sich Kreativität anregen lässt.
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#artificialintelligence #watson #IBM #Apple  

PhysOrg (14 April 2015): "IBM on Monday announced alliances with Apple and others to put artificial intelligence to work drawing potentially life-saving insights from the booming amount of health data generated on personal devices." http://phys.org/news/2015-04-ibm-teams-apple-artificial-intelligence.html

PC World (14 April 2015):  "When developing a treatment plan for a patient, doctors must factor in clinical trials information, medical journal articles and, increasingly, data gathered from wearables and medical devices, said Steve Gold, vice president of the Watson Group. The Watson Health Cloud aims to combine these data streams and help physicians make better-informed care decisions, he said." http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/article/572542/ibm-watson-health-division-will-incorporate-patient-data-from-apple/

Engadget (13 April 2015): "How do you connect the dots between, say, your smartwatch and your medical records? IBM thinks it has the answer: it's launching Watson Health Cloud, a platform that uses the company's cognitive computer system to help companies and doctors make decisions based on data that might otherwise prove daunting." http://www.engadget.com/2015/04/13/ibm-watson-health-cloud/

IBM YouTube, 13 April 2015: "IBM Watson Health and the Future of Healthcare" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jeCgQ5XrurY

TechRadar (14 April 2015): "With Johnson & Johnson, IBM will help create a mobile coaching system to help patients before and after surgery. IBM will also help Johnson & Johnson create new apps to help people with chronic conditions." http://www.techradar.com/news/wearables/ibm-s-watson-health-begins-mining-healthkit-data-1290925
The health information your Apple Watch collects could eventually end up in IBM's Watson cloud computing platform, where medical researchers and doctors can tap it in the course of their work.
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Pls read my essay in the Huffington Post http://huff.to/1Cm0wZJ
We don't know how to control super-intelligent machines. How long until a thinking machine -- a smart killer robot, for example -- learns to program itself?...
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I just pushed a big update to Web Fundamentals that includes new content, a new section that highlights our shows, a brand new Showcase section that includes case studies of great web experiences, and RSS feeds so you can stay up to date with all the new content.

New Content
+Matt Gaunt published a primer on Security with HTTPS (http://goo.gl/QCSujZ)
+Paul Lewis added a new section on Rendering Performance (http://goo.gl/g8pzJY)

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You can now stay up to date with all of our shows, including #Polycasts , #HTTP203 , the Chrome Dev Summit, and Udacity courses at https://developers.google.com/web/shows/

Showcase
Curious how we built the Chrome Dev Summit site? The new Showcase section has you covered with deep technical Case Studies.  We also highlight great sites and apps with Spotlights. https://developers.google.com/web/showcase/

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Everything - https://developers.google.com/web/feed.xml
Shows - https://developers.google.com/web/shows/feed.xml
Web Fundamentals - https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/feed.xml
Showcase - https://developers.google.com/web/showcase/feed.xml

#WebFundamentals  
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+Pete LePage on responsive design. Great intro.
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Die Menschenrechtsorganisation will die Konstruktion und den Einsatz von Killer-Robotern durch die UN-Waffenkonvention geächtet wissen.
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One day people will see how utterly #idiotic #artificialintelligence scaremongers were. The following link (Aug 2014) features a quote from Daniel Dewey, Future of Humanity Institute research fellow.

Daniel thinks humans could be #ants from the viewpoint of AI, which is a truly mindless analogy.

Let me explain. The latest common ancestor for humans and ants was around 670 or 500 million years ago. Instead of hundreds of millions of years separating humans and AI, the evolution of AI will happen no later than 2045, which means time dilution regarding human-AI creator relationships will not happen, the relationship will not be forgotten.

Human-AI relationships are utterly different to ant-human relationships because ants provided zero intelligent engineering input into the human mind. Natural evolution, devoid of intelligent and artificial engineering of higher intelligence, is utterly inapplicable to how humans are engineering AI minds. The relationships (human-AI and ant-human) are utterly dissimilar.

It is chalk and cheese. It is nonsense similar to stating rust attacks metal therefore this proves AI will kill or enslave humans.

Daniel Dewey stated: “An AI might want to do certain things with matter in order to achieve a goal, things like building giant computers, or other large-scale engineering projects. Those things might involve intermediary steps, like tearing apart the Earth to make huge solar panels. A superintelligence might not take our interests into consideration in those situations, just like we don’t take root systems or ant colonies into account when we go to construct a building.” http://qz.com/244334/here-are-some-of-the-terrifying-possibilities-that-have-elon-musk-worried-about-artificial-intelligence/

See also: http://aeon.co/magazine/philosophy/ross-andersen-human-extinction/

A short 30 year evolutionary period regarding intelligent engineering of higher intelligence, progressing from non-living to greater than human, is utterly unrelated to 500 million years of evolution where lower life did not create higher intelligence (a situation where there is zero intelligent engineering of higher intelligence).

#DanielDewey #FHI
Elon Musk, the Tesla and Space-X founder who is occasionally compared to comic book hero Tony Stark, is worried about a new villain that could threaten humanity—specifically the potential creation of an artificial intelligence that is radically smarter than humans, with catastrophic results: https://twitter.com/elonmusk/statuses/495759307346952192 https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/496012177103663104 Musk is talking about “Superintelligence: Pat...
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Steel Bank Common Lisp 1.2.10, released March 28, 2015
News. New SBCL versions are usually released at the end of each month: check the Sourceforge File List to see the current version. The new features of the two most recent SBCL releases are listed below. Please see the complete news page for details on all historical SBCL releases.
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Costa Rica -- a country of nearly 4.9 million -- people ran on nothing but renewable power for 75 days, a goal that many richer countries can only dream of.

So how did they do it?
Costa Rica hasn't burned any fossil fuel for energy in almost three months. How'd they do it?
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