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Evidence against current methods leading to human level artificial intelligence

On Aug 17, 2019
@Miles_Brundage shared
RT @rgblong: At @AIImpacts, I'm compiling a list of published arguments that current methods in AI will not lead to human-level intelligence. Featuring @GaryMarcus, @rodneyabrooks, @yudapearl, and others. Who else should be in there? https://t.co/o2CVSCVH5o
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This is a list of published arguments that we know of that current methods in artificial intelligence will not lead to human-level AI. Details Clarifications We take 'current methods' to mean techniques for engineering artificial intelligence that are already known, involving no ...

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On Aug 17, 2019
@Miles_Brundage shared
RT @rgblong: At @AIImpacts, I'm compiling a list of published arguments that current methods in AI will not lead to human-level intelligence. Featuring @GaryMarcus, @rodneyabrooks, @yudapearl, and others. Who else should be in there? https://t.co/o2CVSCVH5o
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Evidence against current methods leading to human level artificial intelligence

This is a list of published arguments that we know of that current methods in artificial intelligence will not lead to human-level AI. Details Clarifications We take 'current methods' to ...



On Aug 19, 2019
@olivercameron shared
RT @iamtrask: This is one of the most astounding demos of Deep Learning I've ever seen! Huge opportunity for new open-source Web Development tools based on merely 200 lines of Keras code. Really opens up the imagination for what can be done with #DeepLearning https://t.co/5hrIyWlIlq
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Turning Design Mockups Into Code With Deep Learning

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On Aug 18, 2019
@Miles_Brundage shared
RT @rao2z: I have agreed to write for @TheHill on #AI--technology, policy and societal impacts. Here is my first column presenting a (hopefully useful) perspective on the Rise of #AI.🤞 cc: @CIDSEASU @asunews @aifdn @ASUEngineering @RealAAAI @PartnershipAI @whostp https://t.co/ZVOgA5d4BP
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What just happened? The rise of interest in Artificial Intelligence

The pursuit of AI traces back to the very dawn of computing.

On Aug 23, 2019
@DeepMindAI shared
In collaboration w/ @ox_ultracold & @FelixHill84, we developed machine learning techniques to optimise the production of a Bose-Einstein condensate, a quantum-mechanical state of matter that can be used to test predictions of theories of many-body physics https://t.co/wXFI46TJT9
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Applying machine learning optimization methods to the production of a quantum gas

We apply three machine learning strategies to optimize the atomic cooling processes utilized in the production of a Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC). For the first time, we optimize both ...

On Aug 22, 2019
@stevelevine shared
Five years after Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking began to raise the alarm bells, AI is in a hype hoop. PLUS Legal disinformation, the 40-year pay gap, and Gray entrepreneur. The new edition of @Axios Future, with @KavehWaddell. https://t.co/GRYPugpNsX
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Axios Future

Innovations in automation, mobility, society, cities, genetics, blockchain and more, by Steve LeVine. Weekday evenings

On Aug 22, 2019
@Sam_L_Shead shared
The backstory on Mustafa... https://t.co/lCgKRwQ0pB
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Mustafa Suleyman: The liberal activist who cofounded Google's $486 million artificial intelligence lab

The DeepMind cofounder wants to see that artificial intelligence benefits the many, not the few.

On Aug 20, 2019
@math_rachel shared
"Human-centered design doesn’t start with a solution as the premise; it starts with humans, and brings to bear whatever solution makes sense for the problem at hand." @_alialkhatib https://t.co/OVezXgFEKL https://t.co/XBcnlzIPZr
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Anthropological/Artificial Intelligence & the HAI

Last week Stanford launched the institute for human-centered artificial intelligence, and to kick things off James Landay posted about the roles AI could play in society, and the importance ...

On Aug 19, 2019
@AINowInstitute shared
As the Dutch parliament anticipates regulation for the use of AI in government, our postdoc @roeldobbe and @C___CS make some suggestions, amongst them dismantling trade secrecy barriers that prevent meaningful auditing, due process and democratic design. https://t.co/28KzEYzKY5
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Don’t expect miracles from Artificial Intelligence

Blind faith in the ability of new technologies to solve deep-rooted social problems is naive and dangerous.

On Aug 23, 2019
@vnfrombucharest shared
RT @omarsar0: This study uses several methods to test the compositionality of neural networks in particular as it relates to language modeling. Models tested: recurrent, convolution, and the recently popular transformer. The notes on linguistic theory are nice! https://t.co/gmySHE8Yyc https://t.co/YGkwpU5VTS
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The compositionality of neural networks: integrating symbolism and connectionism Dieuwke Hupkes [email protected] Institute for Logic, Language and Computation University of Amsterdam ...

On Aug 19, 2019
@kaliouby shared
I recently sat down with @martygraham619 and @DellTech to talk about how teaching #AI to recognize and understand our emotions is an important step toward building trust. https://t.co/IHtP7XWVdL
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Facial Recognition for Good: A Start-up Brings Emotional Intelligence to AI

Teaching algorithms to read human faces and recognize emotions is an important step to building AI that we can trust—and that will trust us.

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On Aug 22, 2019
@Sam_L_Shead shared
Mustafa Suleyman’s Leave Casts Questions Over Google's DeepMind via @forbes https://t.co/tWJLpuvwvK
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Mustafa Suleyman’s Extended Leave Casts Questions Over Google’s DeepMind

The news that one of the trio of founders behind DeepMind has taken an extended leave from the company, which was acquired by Alphabet for around $600 million in 2014, raises questions ...

On Aug 23, 2019
@vnfrombucharest shared
RT @salmonjsph: @mathusmassias And here's its cousin the "Berhu" (introduced by A. Owen : https://t.co/eMLBENqfmi). Verlan of Huber (for French speaking people) and shown to be the tightest convex relaxation of "cardinality + l2" by Jojic et al. : https://t.co/w4dR3AmBxD https://t.co/TQL1yGfMMJ
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Convex envelopes of complexity controlling penalties: the case against premature envelopment

Convex envelopes of the cardinality and rank function, l_1 and nuclear norm, have gained immense popularity due to their sparsity inducing properties. This gave rise to a natural approach ...

On Aug 21, 2019
@dmonett shared
RT @mpd37: After 2.5 years, we finally shipped the book off for printing. The GitHub graphs do look a bit scary... @ChengSoonOng @AnalogAldo You can download the PDF (and some jupyter notebooks) from here: https://t.co/WUdGy8ddu6 https://t.co/qfAd0pgyKj
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Mathematics for Machine Learning

Companion webpage to the book “Mathematics for Machine Learning”. Copyright 2019 by Marc Peter Deisenroth, A Aldo Faisal, and Cheng Soon Ong. To be published by Cambridge University Press.

On Aug 23, 2019
@AI_TechNews shared
Huawei unveils high-end AI chip for servers alongside MindSpore framework https://t.co/WXmOoF4BqU #huawei #tech #news #mindspore #ai https://t.co/wy4pafYToS
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Huawei unveils high-end AI chip for servers alongside MindSpore framework

Huawei has unveiled a high-end artificial intelligence chip for servers along with an AI computing framework called MindSpore. The Huawei Ascend 910 is the “world’s most powerful AI ...

On Aug 21, 2019
@Sam_L_Shead shared
The Skype Mafia: Who Are They And Where Are They Now? via @forbes https://t.co/GMmiGZcRbg
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The Skype Mafia: Who Are They And Where Are They Now?

They built one of the most successful tech companies to have ever emerged from Europe but what have Skype's founding team done since its $8.5 billion sale to Microsoft in 2011?

On Aug 20, 2019
@AI_TechNews shared
Microsoft poaches former Siri chief from Apple for its AI division https://t.co/x9rCoqHzUn #microsoft #apple #siri #tech #news #ai https://t.co/esPn0DoX4B
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Microsoft poaches former Siri chief from Apple for its AI division

Microsoft has poached former Siri chief Bill Stasior from Apple to join the company’s artificial intelligence division. Although Apple was his most recent employer, Stasior actually left ...

On Aug 23, 2019
@Theteamatx shared
The applied physics of MacGyver lives on ⁠— in robotic form! Researchers at @GeorgiaTech trained a robot to solve problems using available resources. This led to the MacGyvering of hammers, spatulas, scoops, squeegees, and screwdrivers. https://t.co/FhDsUYslGN
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'MacGyver'-like Robot Can Build Own Tools By Assessing Form, Function of Supplies

Thanks to new technology that enables them to create simple tools, robots may be on the verge of their own version of the Stone Age. Using a novel capability to reason about shape, ...

On Aug 21, 2019
@jackclarkSF shared
I prefer (most of) the GPT-2 completion* of my scifi story 'WAKE' from Import AI 160 to what I actually wrote! Import AI 160: https://t.co/QheA42pRGU Made with: https://t.co/BpuLJ6658M *Apart from the quote marks, which it mucks up, & floating robot. Easy to fix, though. https://t.co/CeDbnc8rA0
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Import AI: 160: Spotting sick crops in the iCassava challenge, testing AI agents with BSuite, and PHYRE tests if machines can learn physics

AI agents are getting smarter, so we need new evaluation methods. Enter BSuite: …DeepMind’s testing framework is designed to let scientists know when progress is real and when it is an ...