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Ade Oshineye
A chaotic neutral point of view
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This is the most British thing you'll see all week. 🤗
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"""AlphaZero shows us that machines can be the experts, not merely expert tools. Explainability is still an issue—it's not going to put chess coaches out of business just yet. But the knowledge it generates is information we can all learn from. Alpha-Zero is surpassing us in a profound and useful way, a model that may be duplicated on any other task or field where virtual knowledge can be generated.

Machine learning systems aren't perfect, even at a closed system like chess. There will be cases where an AI will fail to detect exceptions to their rules. Therefore, we must work together, to combine our strengths. I know better than most people what it's like to compete against a machine. Instead of raging against them, it's better if we're all on the same side."""
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"""There are working brakes. That was confirmed by the European court ruling that Britain’s article 50 notification can be unilaterally rescinded. So a pro-remain government could easily abort Brexit, but affirmation of the mechanism doesn’t bring such a government into being. It is often said that there is no majority in parliament for no deal and that MPs would not permit it, which is half true. The Commons could back a motion urging a prime minister not to take Britain over the cliff, but it would not have the force of law, nor would it stop EU membership expiring next March. A sufficiently unhinged occupant of No 10 could ignore the instruction and keep rolling towards the edge."""
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"""The job of an elected official isn't to do whatever they want. It's to figure out what the people want (or need), and to deliver that, in accordance with principles and ethics. This is a surprisingly selfless expectation: sometimes the right thing to do is the opposite of what you want to do. And it can be hard to figure out what's right, which is why we have debates, and why we listen to our opponents in those debates, even when we have a majority and they're "merely" the opposition."""
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