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Khodor Yehya's profile photoXi Shen's profile photo
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I prefer from tensorflow import *
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The AI firm used machine learning to reduce electricity use in its data centres
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Skynet is next...
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There’s a high-stakes race under way in Silicon Valley to develop software that makes it easy to weave artificial intelligence technology into almost everything, and Google has sprinted into the lead.
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Made device for reading human thoughts or Brain Computer interface. 
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A heartbreaking photo of a lady touching one of Google's. She just hoping own one
#SelfDrivingCar  
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Only blind customers can buy this awful car.

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|21 July 2016| Car maker Honda is teaming up with electronics giant Softbank to work on artificial intelligence (AI). The pair have confirmed they will develop an innovative range of products, which use sensors and cameras to improve the breadth and depth of communication possible between car and driver. Soft bank's pionerering Pepper robot was designed to live with humans and the company will now work with Honda through its robotics uni...
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Most practical deep learning applications have so far been driven by supervised learning and very large labeled datasets. It's clear that larger datasets and more compute power are likely to drive a lot of future progress, however gathering this data is costly and difficult, and humans are proof that there is a way to develop intelligent behaviour without any large, labelled datasets. Should we be rethinking unsupervised learning? https://re-work.co/blog/deep-learning-roland-memisevic-unlabelled-datasets-rethinking-unsupervised-learning
Most practical deep learning applications have so far been driven by supervised learning and very large labeled datasets. It's clear that larger datasets and more compute power are likely to drive a lot of future progress, however gathering this data is costly and difficult, and humans are proof that there is a way to develop intelligent behaviour without any large, labelled datasets. Should we be rethinking unsupervised learning?
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Louis Savain's profile photoBen Williams's profile photo
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humans learn very slowly at first, developing an understanding of context. Once context is established, learning accelerates -- but this is in the presence of that context, which tells us that yes, we use very large data sets to incorporate new learning.

Given that the LDNLS* systems available today are very narrowly focused, and very narrowly capable, it is perfectly reasonable (and human-like in the cognitive sense) that they require large amounts of similarly focused context in order to provide reasonable results.

* LDNLS: http://fyngyrz.com/?p=2572

An intelligence is almost certain to require a similarly large amount of context. No one is even trying to do that. Yet. For one thing, incorporating such context is going to require a lot more hardware than anyone is using thus far; probably equivalent, at a minimum, to a few percent of the normal human neural count. For another, the data sets that are available aren't similar to the human learning experience, and that's likely to result in a significantly non-human intelligence.
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Made device for reading human thoughts or Brain Computer interface. 
Imagine if it were possible to have your own portable brain decoder, connected to your mobile phone, which could translate and act on your thoughts.
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Paul Scollon's profile photoBen Williams's profile photo
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Is that L. Ron Hubbard or Deepak Chopra there on the right?
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It is hyperbole to say deep learning is achieving state-of-the-art results across a range of difficult problem domains. A fact, but also hyperbole. There is a lot of excitement around artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning at the moment. It is also an amazing opportunity to get on on the ground floor of some really powerful tech. …
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Can Artificial Intelligence lead innovation for early cancer identification?
With the way Cancer is spreading in the younger generation, it is time a research into the happenings be executed. Interested in learning more about this with AI .
IF AI can be related to identifying human emotion, can the technology so powerful lead the next innovation into healthcare
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At first but if they don't get on board they will be left at the station(pardon my railroad metaphor). Patients deserve the best any new science has to offer in the fight against cancer and many other deadly diseases.
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Hi, we are finalists for the Innovate Malaysia Design Competition 2016. We would like to ask for your help to like our video on Facebook to help us advance to the next stage. We will be competing against 40+ other teams from various Malaysian universities, so each and every one of your likes count!

Please spare 5 minutes of your time to like and share our video here:

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MY201 - Wearable Healthcare with Smart Monitoring System. Intel MY201 (UiTM) "Like" in Facebook to cast your vote! Voting ends 4th August 2016 http://facebook.com/dreamcatcher.asia Follow us for the latest score! youtube.com.
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Blippar -- Leading visual discovery app using image recognition & augmented reality technologies. Blipp and unlock an interactive experience from the physic
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At this year's Deep Learning Summit in London (22-23 Sept) we'll be hearing the latest the latest news, developments and applications of deep learning from leading experts from Google DeepMind, Nervana Systems, SwiftKey, NVIDIA and more.

Discounted tickets end on Friday 29th July! Book your Early Bird pass now: https://re-work.co/events/deep-learning-london-2016

#reworkDL #deeplearning #AI #fintech #chatbots #machinelearning
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The White House OSTP took AI and public policy issues "on the road" in a series of four workshops during the past few weeks. One big topic was transportation.
Would you voluntarily abandon your privacy to tell the government your car trip route so you could get to your destination faster? Some public policy experts think that's likely. (I think the public probably has a different view.)
The workshops were livestreamed and video is available onlline. Note: Public comment deadline on the workshops is same date as this post, July 22, 2016.
Read more in my July AI and Humans column at:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwR6Uymtc-cmYWNzTnNWSDhfTXM/view
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http://mlmug.org/pdfs/1607.pdf
pp. 41-43
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"AI and humans" is not the right title. I advise "Self driving vehicules and humans".

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Could we be on the way of developing the artificial heart?
Who thought a Rat, some Gold and Silicone could turn into a tiny stingray?As odd as it sounds, a team of scientists have recently conducted a research project, where they used 3D printing and genetic engineering to create a biohybrid animal.This tiny swimmer moves by using the mesh rat heart muscle cells inside its silicone body
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+Typhoon Jim I'm not sure if you have been reading, but we don't give a shit about the image used. That's obviously fake.

What we take issue with is the actual article which is not fact based and lacks any sources.
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Klaatu verata nictu:
Recently I listened to a panel of Canadian governmental advisors and pundits discuss the future of the Middle East and the wave of terror that has hit across the globe. One of the comments dealt with a new film called “Eye in the Sky” where drones were used to destroy a terrorist household. These pundits commented that human controlled drones are about to become obsolete, as advances in autonomous weapon systems come online. The issues brought forth outline how artificial intelligence poses hard choices dealing with civilians and human rights. In effect, we are endowing a machine the positions of judge, jury and executioner given the specific parameters of a possible situation. The major questions at the dawn of even more sophisticated pathways of warfare become highly problematic:
1/ Should a machine be given decisions over human life and death;
2/ Can such machines function “ethically;”
3/ Can machines follows the accords of international human rights law;
4/ Can such weapon systems tell the difference between civilian and terrorists;
5/ Can such devices judge the proportionality of attack;
6/ Who is left to be accountable?
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Socratic Homework app is an education technology company obsessed with helping students. We're combining the best AI technology with the web's best educator
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Forbes Now: Right Now, Artificial Intelligence Is The Only Thing That Matters: Look Around You....
If there’s one thing the world’s most valuable companies agree on, it’s that their future success hinges on artificial intelligence.
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If you define AI as finding ever more pernicious ways in which to trick people into buying shit they don't need or really want... then yes, absolutely, AI is the new flimflam.
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Microsoft creates AI in an artificial world?

Congratulations, Microsoft, to such a nonsense! 
Microsoft has made Project Malmo, a platform that uses the world of Minecraft as a testing ground for advanced artificial intelligence research, available for novice to experienced programmers on GitHub … Read more »
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That would be interesting!
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