Top news of the week: 23.10.2020.

Computer vision, Scientific method, Machine learning, Learning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Narendra Modi

Applied Use Cases

On Oct 22, 2020
@dmonett shared
No physician without job in the next decades: "The medical cost is not just [the narrow tasks where #AI algorithms can be much better], but there’s the whole interacting with the patient and the patient history and the plan aspects [among other tasks]." https://t.co/WQbEiBpFyk
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Do we really need distributed machine learning?

Do we really need distributed machine learning?

Andy Müller, core developer of scikit-learn and Principal Research Software Development Engineer at Microsoft, shared his thoughts with Coiled on distributed machine learning with ...

On Oct 22, 2020
@dmonett shared
"When you look at the way these #AI systems constructed through machine learning work, it is very clear to anyone who works w/ these systems that ... they aren’t intelligent. What they do is process huge amounts of data, whatever data they have available." https://t.co/4MQvRbwxTS
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Ex-Googler Meredith Whittaker on Political Power in Tech, the Flaws of ‘The Social Dilemma,’ and More

Ex-Googler Meredith Whittaker on Political Power in Tech, the Flaws of ‘The Social Dilemma,’ and More

In a new interview, the tech labor activist and A.I. researcher discusses major issues in Silicon Valley today

On Oct 22, 2020
@salesforce shared
Einstein Designer = personalized design at scale✨ What if you could generate user interfaces automatically? What if you could predict UIs? Learn more about the industry-first AI-powered generative design solution via @FastCompany: https://t.co/qNr6hukMSw
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The future of user experience design starts with AI

The future of user experience design starts with AI

Salesforce leans on smart tech to let companies build websites that adapt to their users

On Oct 16, 2020
@AlexJamesFitz shared
RT @joshsternberg: Six months ago today I got laid off. I talked to some talent acquisition folks of what's happening in the newsroom-recruiting universe. It's shifting, like much of the media business. But it's a seller's market. Which means I'll never get a job again! https://t.co/DgleaZTGuR
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The state of newsroom recruiting

The state of newsroom recruiting

How the media recruiting process is shifting like the rest of the media business.

On Oct 21, 2020
@AINowInstitute shared
“There is an industry push behind governments wanting to use more AI, as governments are the biggest customers of software like facial recognition. We should not be on a predetermined path, data driven technology need a proper assessment” @ambaonadventure https://t.co/t1DnSDAETa
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IT ministry pushes for AI boost in India

IT ministry pushes for AI boost in India

The project, estimated to cost about Rs 2,000 crore, will include setting up a Centre of Excellence for artificial intelligence and benefits to encourage AI startups.

On Oct 20, 2020
@Jaguilam2003 shared
RT @darioandriani: How #AI will power the next-gen applications in Connected Industries https://t.co/Vf0wIFEaXj 🔹Via @DarioAndriani 🔹 cc @enricomolinari @mvollmer1 @rwang0 @alvinfoo @KanezaDiane @antgrasso @techpearce2 @Nicochan33 @DeepLearn007 @ragusosergio @Xbond49 @ShiCooks https://t.co/gU38n7DUvu
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“How AI will power the next-gen applications in Connected Industries (CI)”

“How AI will power the next-gen applications in Connected Industries (CI)”

Hiroshige Seko, the minister of Economy Trade and Industry (METI) of Japan introduced a new concept for their roadmap to realize ‘Society…

On Oct 18, 2020
@weballergy shared
RT @NathanBenaich: AI-first biology by @nathanbenaich at @airstreet https://t.co/7eJIGKZDP8
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AI-first biology

AI-first biology

I explain why the AI moment for biology is here and how AI-first biology startups can capture value.

On Oct 21, 2020
@joonian shared
I'm turning my work for @rally_io into a column called Pacenotes. I'll report my findings from excursions into theory, anthropology, political science and more and report back each week. Here's the first piece: https://t.co/fvpjjegFaS
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Introducing Pacenotes: A column on navigating tokenized communities

Introducing Pacenotes: A column on navigating tokenized communities

Hello and welcome to Pacenotes, a regular column I’m writing about my research into what happens to community events when we inject a…