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AI to the edge
Great to see AI technology being less dependent on central/cloud infrastructure. This Intel stick even works with a Raspberry Pi , makes you want to experiment (if i only had the time... :-)
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Algorithms that teach algorithms
Show of hands, how many data scientists do you know ? Exactly, the shortage is so big it holds back the development of AI & machine learning. So it makes sense to develop ways that algorithms can teach algorithms.
Also it brings up some hard questions about bias, transparancy and how controllable/auditable all this will be, for example in a government context (where i work).
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Magical thinking in machine learning
Nice video lecture from Mireille Hildebrandt on magical thinking in machine learning.
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AI can spot sick plants
Not only can AI in this example spot sick plants , it can also run on a mobile phone.
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10 imperatives for Europe in the age of AI and automation
An excellent article from +McKinsey & Company about AI in Europe. Between the lines you can read about the disruption we are facing and the action that is needed on various levels.
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Machine Learning vs Deep Learning
Nice tweet and picture about the difference between the two. If the author is right, if somebody has a different opinion, let me know in the comments.
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Make AI human-centered
Fei-Fei Li gives some comments about how AI should be more human-centered. If I read it , it's about making AI better by involving humans and their values more. In the end that won't make AI less disrupting but maybe less threatening.
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How AI saves money and reduces complexity
This small bit of information illustrates the enormous benefits that can be achieved using AI. From 500K to 500 lines of code for Google Translate, according to this source.
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The leap forward
Quantum computing applied to AI could be a big leap forward. I thought it would take 10-20 years but it seems closer if you read about all advances in quantum computing.
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Nature or nurture?
Good to see the debate about AI becoming more fundamental like this one about nature versus nurture.
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