Top news of the week: 19.06.2019.

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Research

On Jun 14, 2019
@wimlds shared
RT @ledell: Delighted that @math_rachel from @fastdotai is giving a keynote at the #ICML2019 AutoML workshop! Check out her 3-part blog series about #AutoML: https://t.co/hhKoPE5Avz https://t.co/qwfcEUeVix
Open

What do machine learning practitioners actually do?

It will address what it is that machine learning practitioners do, with Part 2 explaining AutoML and neural architecture search (which several high profile figures have suggested will be ...

On Jun 14, 2019
@johnchavens shared
RT @adrian_weller: We’re hiring for safe and ethical AI at the Turing Institute. Deadline 25th June. Also opportunities for more senior and junior folks. If you’re at ICML and interested, please contact me. https://t.co/kU6IaFVSRa
Open

Safe and Ethical AI Research Fellows

The Alan Turing Institute is looking to hire up to three full-time Research Fellows to work on one or more themes of Safe and Ethical AI: Fairne

On Jun 18, 2019
@ylecun shared
RT @cai2r: Congratulations to @NanWu__ (@NYUDataScience), @kjgeras (@cai2r), & co-authors! [about] https://t.co/lIUVoavOw3 [code] https://t.co/yTUapbgQog [preprint] https://t.co/x9SzxReNfi [data specs] https://t.co/m058wcKfac [ICML '19] https://t.co/0a6dNVndHo #AI #radiology #breastcancer https://t.co/CDOyfDTs46
Open

Deep Neural Networks Improve Radiologists’ Performance in Breast Cancer Screening

Using a new massive mammography dataset, we trained a model that is as accurate as radiologists in classifying breast cancer screening…

On Jun 14, 2019
@wimlds shared
RT @ledell: Delighted that @math_rachel from @fastdotai is giving a keynote at the #ICML2019 AutoML workshop! Check out her 3-part blog series about #AutoML: https://t.co/hhKoPE5Avz https://t.co/qwfcEUeVix
Open

What do machine learning practitioners actually do?

It will address what it is that machine learning practitioners do, with Part 2 explaining AutoML and neural architecture search (which several high profile figures have suggested will be ...

On Jun 14, 2019
@johnchavens shared
RT @adrian_weller: We’re hiring for safe and ethical AI at the Turing Institute. Deadline 25th June. Also opportunities for more senior and junior folks. If you’re at ICML and interested, please contact me. https://t.co/kU6IaFVSRa
Open

Safe and Ethical AI Research Fellows

The Alan Turing Institute is looking to hire up to three full-time Research Fellows to work on one or more themes of Safe and Ethical AI: Fairne

On Jun 18, 2019
@ylecun shared
RT @cai2r: Congratulations to @NanWu__ (@NYUDataScience), @kjgeras (@cai2r), & co-authors! [about] https://t.co/lIUVoavOw3 [code] https://t.co/yTUapbgQog [preprint] https://t.co/x9SzxReNfi [data specs] https://t.co/m058wcKfac [ICML '19] https://t.co/0a6dNVndHo #AI #radiology #breastcancer https://t.co/CDOyfDTs46
Open

Deep Neural Networks Improve Radiologists’ Performance in Breast Cancer Screening

Using a new massive mammography dataset, we trained a model that is as accurate as radiologists in classifying breast cancer screening…

On Jun 14, 2019
@wimlds shared
RT @ledell: Delighted that @math_rachel from @fastdotai is giving a keynote at the #ICML2019 AutoML workshop! Check out her 3-part blog series about #AutoML: https://t.co/hhKoPE5Avz https://t.co/qwfcEUeVix
Open

What do machine learning practitioners actually do?

It will address what it is that machine learning practitioners do, with Part 2 explaining AutoML and neural architecture search (which several high profile figures have suggested will be ...

On Jun 14, 2019
@johnchavens shared
RT @adrian_weller: We’re hiring for safe and ethical AI at the Turing Institute. Deadline 25th June. Also opportunities for more senior and junior folks. If you’re at ICML and interested, please contact me. https://t.co/kU6IaFVSRa
Open

Safe and Ethical AI Research Fellows

The Alan Turing Institute is looking to hire up to three full-time Research Fellows to work on one or more themes of Safe and Ethical AI: Fairne

On Jun 18, 2019
@ylecun shared
RT @cai2r: Congratulations to @NanWu__ (@NYUDataScience), @kjgeras (@cai2r), & co-authors! [about] https://t.co/lIUVoavOw3 [code] https://t.co/yTUapbgQog [preprint] https://t.co/x9SzxReNfi [data specs] https://t.co/m058wcKfac [ICML '19] https://t.co/0a6dNVndHo #AI #radiology #breastcancer https://t.co/CDOyfDTs46
Open

Deep Neural Networks Improve Radiologists’ Performance in Breast Cancer Screening

Using a new massive mammography dataset, we trained a model that is as accurate as radiologists in classifying breast cancer screening…

On Jun 12, 2019
@GoogleAI shared
At 10:30AM, visit @vorhersager at the #ICML2019 Google booth to learn how #MachineLearning is improving climate control devices, and chat with @singularmattrix who will be talking about JAX (https://t.co/SF7RI0kqAm), an extensible system for composable function transformations. https://t.co/ReLgxfotj3
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JAX: Autograd and XLA

GPU- and TPU-backed NumPy with differentiation and JIT compilation. - google/jax

On Jun 14, 2019
@wimlds shared
RT @ledell: Delighted that @math_rachel from @fastdotai is giving a keynote at the #ICML2019 AutoML workshop! Check out her 3-part blog series about #AutoML: https://t.co/hhKoPE5Avz https://t.co/qwfcEUeVix
Open

What do machine learning practitioners actually do?

It will address what it is that machine learning practitioners do, with Part 2 explaining AutoML and neural architecture search (which several high profile figures have suggested will be ...

On Jun 14, 2019
@johnchavens shared
RT @adrian_weller: We’re hiring for safe and ethical AI at the Turing Institute. Deadline 25th June. Also opportunities for more senior and junior folks. If you’re at ICML and interested, please contact me. https://t.co/kU6IaFVSRa
Open

Safe and Ethical AI Research Fellows

The Alan Turing Institute is looking to hire up to three full-time Research Fellows to work on one or more themes of Safe and Ethical AI: Fairne

On Jun 18, 2019
@ylecun shared
RT @cai2r: Congratulations to @NanWu__ (@NYUDataScience), @kjgeras (@cai2r), & co-authors! [about] https://t.co/lIUVoavOw3 [code] https://t.co/yTUapbgQog [preprint] https://t.co/x9SzxReNfi [data specs] https://t.co/m058wcKfac [ICML '19] https://t.co/0a6dNVndHo #AI #radiology #breastcancer https://t.co/CDOyfDTs46
Open

Deep Neural Networks Improve Radiologists’ Performance in Breast Cancer Screening

Using a new massive mammography dataset, we trained a model that is as accurate as radiologists in classifying breast cancer screening…

General

On Jun 12, 2019
@techreview shared
Spoiler alert: It’s hard. #EmTechNEXT https://t.co/LF8gymxKH4
Open

This is why AI has yet to reshape most businesses

For many companies, deploying AI is slower and more expensive than it might seem.

On Jun 18, 2019
@amsekaran shared
RT @FLIxrisk: Too often, we build our visions of the future around our current technology. On our latest podcast, @ashleyllorens & @frossi_t take the opposite approach: how do we build technology that will facilitate the kind of future we envision? Click here to listen: https://t.co/pWjMr2RI18 https://t.co/63nGpYYhDk
Open

FLI Podcast: Applying AI Safety & Ethics Today with Ashley Llorens & Francesca Rossi

Ashley Llorens and Francesca Rossi join Ariel Conn on the FLI podcast to discuss how to start applying AI safety and ethics today.

On Jun 17, 2019
@transhumanismAU shared
RT @techreview: This robot spent the equivalent of a hundred years learning how to manipulate a cube in its hand. https://t.co/XzjFHFZXRO https://t.co/iG693ClgIr
Open

An AI-driven robot hand spent a hundred years teaching itself to rotate a cube

A reinforcement learning algorithm allows Dactyl to learn physical tasks by practicing them in a virtual-reality environment.

On Jun 12, 2019
@techreview shared
Spoiler alert: It’s hard. #EmTechNEXT https://t.co/LF8gymxKH4
Open

This is why AI has yet to reshape most businesses

For many companies, deploying AI is slower and more expensive than it might seem.

On Jun 12, 2019
@techreview shared
Spoiler alert: It’s hard. #EmTechNEXT https://t.co/LF8gymxKH4
Open

This is why AI has yet to reshape most businesses

For many companies, deploying AI is slower and more expensive than it might seem.

On Jun 12, 2019
@techreview shared
Spoiler alert: It’s hard. #EmTechNEXT https://t.co/LF8gymxKH4
Open

This is why AI has yet to reshape most businesses

For many companies, deploying AI is slower and more expensive than it might seem.

On Jun 18, 2019
@amsekaran shared
RT @FLIxrisk: Too often, we build our visions of the future around our current technology. On our latest podcast, @ashleyllorens & @frossi_t take the opposite approach: how do we build technology that will facilitate the kind of future we envision? Click here to listen: https://t.co/pWjMr2RI18 https://t.co/63nGpYYhDk
Open

FLI Podcast: Applying AI Safety & Ethics Today with Ashley Llorens & Francesca Rossi

Ashley Llorens and Francesca Rossi join Ariel Conn on the FLI podcast to discuss how to start applying AI safety and ethics today.

On Jun 17, 2019
@transhumanismAU shared
RT @techreview: This robot spent the equivalent of a hundred years learning how to manipulate a cube in its hand. https://t.co/XzjFHFZXRO https://t.co/iG693ClgIr
Open

An AI-driven robot hand spent a hundred years teaching itself to rotate a cube

A reinforcement learning algorithm allows Dactyl to learn physical tasks by practicing them in a virtual-reality environment.

On Jun 12, 2019
@techreview shared
Spoiler alert: It’s hard. #EmTechNEXT https://t.co/LF8gymxKH4
Open

This is why AI has yet to reshape most businesses

For many companies, deploying AI is slower and more expensive than it might seem.

On Jun 18, 2019
@amsekaran shared
RT @FLIxrisk: Too often, we build our visions of the future around our current technology. On our latest podcast, @ashleyllorens & @frossi_t take the opposite approach: how do we build technology that will facilitate the kind of future we envision? Click here to listen: https://t.co/pWjMr2RI18 https://t.co/63nGpYYhDk
Open

FLI Podcast: Applying AI Safety & Ethics Today with Ashley Llorens & Francesca Rossi

Ashley Llorens and Francesca Rossi join Ariel Conn on the FLI podcast to discuss how to start applying AI safety and ethics today.

On Jun 17, 2019
@transhumanismAU shared
RT @techreview: This robot spent the equivalent of a hundred years learning how to manipulate a cube in its hand. https://t.co/XzjFHFZXRO https://t.co/iG693ClgIr
Open

An AI-driven robot hand spent a hundred years teaching itself to rotate a cube

A reinforcement learning algorithm allows Dactyl to learn physical tasks by practicing them in a virtual-reality environment.

On Jun 12, 2019
@techreview shared
Spoiler alert: It’s hard. #EmTechNEXT https://t.co/LF8gymxKH4
Open

This is why AI has yet to reshape most businesses

For many companies, deploying AI is slower and more expensive than it might seem.

On Jun 12, 2019
@techreview shared
Spoiler alert: It’s hard. #EmTechNEXT https://t.co/LF8gymxKH4
Open

This is why AI has yet to reshape most businesses

For many companies, deploying AI is slower and more expensive than it might seem.

On Jun 12, 2019
@techreview shared
Spoiler alert: It’s hard. #EmTechNEXT https://t.co/LF8gymxKH4
Open

This is why AI has yet to reshape most businesses

For many companies, deploying AI is slower and more expensive than it might seem.

On Jun 18, 2019
@amsekaran shared
RT @FLIxrisk: Too often, we build our visions of the future around our current technology. On our latest podcast, @ashleyllorens & @frossi_t take the opposite approach: how do we build technology that will facilitate the kind of future we envision? Click here to listen: https://t.co/pWjMr2RI18 https://t.co/63nGpYYhDk
Open

FLI Podcast: Applying AI Safety & Ethics Today with Ashley Llorens & Francesca Rossi

Ashley Llorens and Francesca Rossi join Ariel Conn on the FLI podcast to discuss how to start applying AI safety and ethics today.

On Jun 17, 2019
@transhumanismAU shared
RT @techreview: This robot spent the equivalent of a hundred years learning how to manipulate a cube in its hand. https://t.co/XzjFHFZXRO https://t.co/iG693ClgIr
Open

An AI-driven robot hand spent a hundred years teaching itself to rotate a cube

A reinforcement learning algorithm allows Dactyl to learn physical tasks by practicing them in a virtual-reality environment.

On Jun 18, 2019
@amsekaran shared
RT @FLIxrisk: Too often, we build our visions of the future around our current technology. On our latest podcast, @ashleyllorens & @frossi_t take the opposite approach: how do we build technology that will facilitate the kind of future we envision? Click here to listen: https://t.co/pWjMr2RI18 https://t.co/63nGpYYhDk
Open

FLI Podcast: Applying AI Safety & Ethics Today with Ashley Llorens & Francesca Rossi

Ashley Llorens and Francesca Rossi join Ariel Conn on the FLI podcast to discuss how to start applying AI safety and ethics today.

On Jun 17, 2019
@transhumanismAU shared
RT @techreview: This robot spent the equivalent of a hundred years learning how to manipulate a cube in its hand. https://t.co/XzjFHFZXRO https://t.co/iG693ClgIr
Open

An AI-driven robot hand spent a hundred years teaching itself to rotate a cube

A reinforcement learning algorithm allows Dactyl to learn physical tasks by practicing them in a virtual-reality environment.

On Jun 13, 2019
@techreview shared
First off, what are deepfakes? Here’s an explanation of the artificial intelligence behind them. https://t.co/lBb6tBA85x
Open

Inside the world of AI that forges beautiful art and terrifying deepfakes

Generative adversarial networks, or GANs, are fueling creativity—and controversy. Here’s how they work.

On Jun 14, 2019
@techreview shared
Just about every artificial intelligence advance you’ve heard of depends on a breakthrough that’s three decades old. Keeping up the pace of progress will require confronting AI’s serious limitations. (from 2017) https://t.co/RD8lUrnylP
Open

Is AI Riding a One-Trick Pony?

Just about every other AI advance you’ve heard of depends on a breakthrough that’s three decades old. Keeping up the pace of progress will require confronting AI’s serious limitations.

On Jun 18, 2019
@amsekaran shared
RT @FLIxrisk: Too often, we build our visions of the future around our current technology. On our latest podcast, @ashleyllorens & @frossi_t take the opposite approach: how do we build technology that will facilitate the kind of future we envision? Click here to listen: https://t.co/pWjMr2RI18 https://t.co/63nGpYYhDk
Open

FLI Podcast: Applying AI Safety & Ethics Today with Ashley Llorens & Francesca Rossi

Ashley Llorens and Francesca Rossi join Ariel Conn on the FLI podcast to discuss how to start applying AI safety and ethics today.

On Jun 17, 2019
@transhumanismAU shared
RT @techreview: This robot spent the equivalent of a hundred years learning how to manipulate a cube in its hand. https://t.co/XzjFHFZXRO https://t.co/iG693ClgIr
Open

An AI-driven robot hand spent a hundred years teaching itself to rotate a cube

A reinforcement learning algorithm allows Dactyl to learn physical tasks by practicing them in a virtual-reality environment.

On Jun 13, 2019
@techreview shared
First off, what are deepfakes? Here’s an explanation of the artificial intelligence behind them. https://t.co/lBb6tBA85x
Open

Inside the world of AI that forges beautiful art and terrifying deepfakes

Generative adversarial networks, or GANs, are fueling creativity—and controversy. Here’s how they work.

On Jun 14, 2019
@techreview shared
Just about every artificial intelligence advance you’ve heard of depends on a breakthrough that’s three decades old. Keeping up the pace of progress will require confronting AI’s serious limitations. (from 2017) https://t.co/RD8lUrnylP
Open

Is AI Riding a One-Trick Pony?

Just about every other AI advance you’ve heard of depends on a breakthrough that’s three decades old. Keeping up the pace of progress will require confronting AI’s serious limitations.

On Jun 18, 2019
@amsekaran shared
RT @FLIxrisk: Too often, we build our visions of the future around our current technology. On our latest podcast, @ashleyllorens & @frossi_t take the opposite approach: how do we build technology that will facilitate the kind of future we envision? Click here to listen: https://t.co/pWjMr2RI18 https://t.co/63nGpYYhDk
Open

FLI Podcast: Applying AI Safety & Ethics Today with Ashley Llorens & Francesca Rossi

Ashley Llorens and Francesca Rossi join Ariel Conn on the FLI podcast to discuss how to start applying AI safety and ethics today.

On Jun 17, 2019
@transhumanismAU shared
RT @techreview: This robot spent the equivalent of a hundred years learning how to manipulate a cube in its hand. https://t.co/XzjFHFZXRO https://t.co/iG693ClgIr
Open

An AI-driven robot hand spent a hundred years teaching itself to rotate a cube

A reinforcement learning algorithm allows Dactyl to learn physical tasks by practicing them in a virtual-reality environment.

On Jun 13, 2019
@techreview shared
First off, what are deepfakes? Here’s an explanation of the artificial intelligence behind them. https://t.co/lBb6tBA85x
Open

Inside the world of AI that forges beautiful art and terrifying deepfakes

Generative adversarial networks, or GANs, are fueling creativity—and controversy. Here’s how they work.

On Jun 14, 2019
@techreview shared
Just about every artificial intelligence advance you’ve heard of depends on a breakthrough that’s three decades old. Keeping up the pace of progress will require confronting AI’s serious limitations. (from 2017) https://t.co/RD8lUrnylP
Open

Is AI Riding a One-Trick Pony?

Just about every other AI advance you’ve heard of depends on a breakthrough that’s three decades old. Keeping up the pace of progress will require confronting AI’s serious limitations.

On Jun 18, 2019
@amsekaran shared
RT @FLIxrisk: Too often, we build our visions of the future around our current technology. On our latest podcast, @ashleyllorens & @frossi_t take the opposite approach: how do we build technology that will facilitate the kind of future we envision? Click here to listen: https://t.co/pWjMr2RI18 https://t.co/63nGpYYhDk
Open

FLI Podcast: Applying AI Safety & Ethics Today with Ashley Llorens & Francesca Rossi

Ashley Llorens and Francesca Rossi join Ariel Conn on the FLI podcast to discuss how to start applying AI safety and ethics today.

On Jun 17, 2019
@transhumanismAU shared
RT @techreview: This robot spent the equivalent of a hundred years learning how to manipulate a cube in its hand. https://t.co/XzjFHFZXRO https://t.co/iG693ClgIr
Open

An AI-driven robot hand spent a hundred years teaching itself to rotate a cube

A reinforcement learning algorithm allows Dactyl to learn physical tasks by practicing them in a virtual-reality environment.

On Jun 13, 2019
@techreview shared
First off, what are deepfakes? Here’s an explanation of the artificial intelligence behind them. https://t.co/lBb6tBA85x
Open

Inside the world of AI that forges beautiful art and terrifying deepfakes

Generative adversarial networks, or GANs, are fueling creativity—and controversy. Here’s how they work.

On Jun 14, 2019
@techreview shared
Just about every artificial intelligence advance you’ve heard of depends on a breakthrough that’s three decades old. Keeping up the pace of progress will require confronting AI’s serious limitations. (from 2017) https://t.co/RD8lUrnylP
Open

Is AI Riding a One-Trick Pony?

Just about every other AI advance you’ve heard of depends on a breakthrough that’s three decades old. Keeping up the pace of progress will require confronting AI’s serious limitations.

Applied Use Cases

On Jun 13, 2019
@arstechnica shared
If all of those human-made summer flicks leave you feeling cold, don't forget you can enjoy the robot-made ones robot-made ones instead #tbt #ZoneOut https://t.co/E3ulT4CaUj https://t.co/Jh1RTA0QJR
Open

This wild, AI-generated film is the next step in “whole-movie puppetry”

Results are admittedly limited due to a 48-hour crunch—but hint at a wild future.

On Jun 19, 2019
@GoAbiAryan shared
RT @DKaravolos: [email protected] applied MARL to capture the flag in an FPS. Agents were trained in procedural levels from multiple generators! Not only high win rates, but also emergent team behaviors and high scores on collaboration. BTW,I'm jealous of those slick visuals! https://t.co/8lqUaGJyzE
Open

Capture the Flag: the emergence of complex cooperative agents

Mastering the strategy, tactical understanding, and team play involved in multiplayer video games represents a critical challenge for AI research. In our latest paper now published in the ...

On Jun 17, 2019
@GoAbiAryan shared
RT @MIRIBerkeley: "Recently, some MIRI researchers developed new research directions that seem to enable more scalable progress towards resolving these fundamental confusions. Specifically, the progress is more scalable in researcher hours[....]" https://t.co/1DiLjDCLJk
Open

2018 Update: Our New Research Directions

For many years, MIRI’s goal has been to resolve enough fundamental confusions around alignment and intelligence to enable humanity to think clearly about technical AI safety risks—and to do ...

On Jun 13, 2019
@arstechnica shared
If all of those human-made summer flicks leave you feeling cold, don't forget you can enjoy the robot-made ones robot-made ones instead #tbt #ZoneOut https://t.co/E3ulT4CaUj https://t.co/Jh1RTA0QJR
Open

This wild, AI-generated film is the next step in “whole-movie puppetry”

Results are admittedly limited due to a 48-hour crunch—but hint at a wild future.

On Jun 19, 2019
@GoAbiAryan shared
RT @DKaravolos: [email protected] applied MARL to capture the flag in an FPS. Agents were trained in procedural levels from multiple generators! Not only high win rates, but also emergent team behaviors and high scores on collaboration. BTW,I'm jealous of those slick visuals! https://t.co/8lqUaGJyzE
Open

Capture the Flag: the emergence of complex cooperative agents

Mastering the strategy, tactical understanding, and team play involved in multiplayer video games represents a critical challenge for AI research. In our latest paper now published in the ...

On Jun 17, 2019
@GoAbiAryan shared
RT @MIRIBerkeley: "Recently, some MIRI researchers developed new research directions that seem to enable more scalable progress towards resolving these fundamental confusions. Specifically, the progress is more scalable in researcher hours[....]" https://t.co/1DiLjDCLJk
Open

2018 Update: Our New Research Directions

For many years, MIRI’s goal has been to resolve enough fundamental confusions around alignment and intelligence to enable humanity to think clearly about technical AI safety risks—and to do ...

On Jun 13, 2019
@arstechnica shared
If all of those human-made summer flicks leave you feeling cold, don't forget you can enjoy the robot-made ones robot-made ones instead #tbt #ZoneOut https://t.co/E3ulT4CaUj https://t.co/Jh1RTA0QJR
Open

This wild, AI-generated film is the next step in “whole-movie puppetry”

Results are admittedly limited due to a 48-hour crunch—but hint at a wild future.

On Jun 19, 2019
@GoAbiAryan shared
RT @DKaravolos: [email protected] applied MARL to capture the flag in an FPS. Agents were trained in procedural levels from multiple generators! Not only high win rates, but also emergent team behaviors and high scores on collaboration. BTW,I'm jealous of those slick visuals! https://t.co/8lqUaGJyzE
Open

Capture the Flag: the emergence of complex cooperative agents

Mastering the strategy, tactical understanding, and team play involved in multiplayer video games represents a critical challenge for AI research. In our latest paper now published in the ...

On Jun 17, 2019
@GoAbiAryan shared
RT @MIRIBerkeley: "Recently, some MIRI researchers developed new research directions that seem to enable more scalable progress towards resolving these fundamental confusions. Specifically, the progress is more scalable in researcher hours[....]" https://t.co/1DiLjDCLJk
Open

2018 Update: Our New Research Directions

For many years, MIRI’s goal has been to resolve enough fundamental confusions around alignment and intelligence to enable humanity to think clearly about technical AI safety risks—and to do ...

Robotics

On Jun 17, 2019
@j2bryson shared
RT @WendellWallach: More on the Beijing AI principles from @techreview including a quote from my colleague Yi Zeng. In my meetings and keynote in China last week, I found an already engaged community open to talk seriously about AI Ethics. Time for us to engage with them. https://t.co/KOFhv2MC3B
Open

Why does Beijing suddenly care about AI ethics?

New guidelines on freedom and privacy protection signal that the Chinese state is open to dialogue about how it uses technology.

On Jun 13, 2019
@RoboticBusiness shared
#SurgicalRobotics moves beyond hardware to give a surgeon better skills and improve patient outcomes: https://t.co/p0ZIH8Vbr4
Open

How Robots and AI are Creating the 21st-Century Surgeon

Advances in software and new technologies are moving surgical robots beyond hardware to create better surgeons and improve patient outcomes.

On Jun 16, 2019
@j2bryson shared
@Megadogyourmom4 @spikedonline But we vaguely know how to regulate humans https://t.co/OiA8aHFm7N obviously an indefinitely ongoing project
Open

A smart bureaucrat's guide to AI regulation

artificial and natural intelligence, including politics, art, and higher education

On Jun 17, 2019
@j2bryson shared
RT @WendellWallach: More on the Beijing AI principles from @techreview including a quote from my colleague Yi Zeng. In my meetings and keynote in China last week, I found an already engaged community open to talk seriously about AI Ethics. Time for us to engage with them. https://t.co/KOFhv2MC3B
Open

Why does Beijing suddenly care about AI ethics?

New guidelines on freedom and privacy protection signal that the Chinese state is open to dialogue about how it uses technology.

On Jun 13, 2019
@RoboticBusiness shared
#SurgicalRobotics moves beyond hardware to give a surgeon better skills and improve patient outcomes: https://t.co/p0ZIH8Vbr4
Open

How Robots and AI are Creating the 21st-Century Surgeon

Advances in software and new technologies are moving surgical robots beyond hardware to create better surgeons and improve patient outcomes.

On Jun 16, 2019
@j2bryson shared
@Megadogyourmom4 @spikedonline But we vaguely know how to regulate humans https://t.co/OiA8aHFm7N obviously an indefinitely ongoing project
Open

A smart bureaucrat's guide to AI regulation

artificial and natural intelligence, including politics, art, and higher education

On Jun 17, 2019
@j2bryson shared
RT @WendellWallach: More on the Beijing AI principles from @techreview including a quote from my colleague Yi Zeng. In my meetings and keynote in China last week, I found an already engaged community open to talk seriously about AI Ethics. Time for us to engage with them. https://t.co/KOFhv2MC3B
Open

Why does Beijing suddenly care about AI ethics?

New guidelines on freedom and privacy protection signal that the Chinese state is open to dialogue about how it uses technology.

On Jun 13, 2019
@RoboticBusiness shared
#SurgicalRobotics moves beyond hardware to give a surgeon better skills and improve patient outcomes: https://t.co/p0ZIH8Vbr4
Open

How Robots and AI are Creating the 21st-Century Surgeon

Advances in software and new technologies are moving surgical robots beyond hardware to create better surgeons and improve patient outcomes.

On Jun 16, 2019
@j2bryson shared
@Megadogyourmom4 @spikedonline But we vaguely know how to regulate humans https://t.co/OiA8aHFm7N obviously an indefinitely ongoing project
Open

A smart bureaucrat's guide to AI regulation

artificial and natural intelligence, including politics, art, and higher education

Ethics

On Jun 12, 2019
@techreview shared
And here's another resource from @IBM related to AI fairness and AI bias. https://t.co/dcnXL41KKX
Open

Introducing AI Fairness 360

IBM Research announces AI Fairness 360, a comprehensive open-source toolkit of metrics and algorithms to check for and mitigate unwanted bias in AI.

On Jun 14, 2019
@gleonhard shared
18 exponential changes we can expect in the year ahead https://t.co/9E5NWopiJB https://t.co/0YpJY8YzKN
Open

18 Exponential Changes We Can Expect in the Year Ahead

Where will the trajectory of the tech world, from cryptocurrencies to Silicon Valley culture, take us in 2018?

On Jun 14, 2019
@TechCrunch shared
How China’s first autonomous driving unicorn Momenta hunts for data https://t.co/tuVTPbHKM5 by @ritacyliao https://t.co/SJaf3dnlVm
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How China’s first autonomous driving unicorn Momenta hunts for data

Cao Xudong turned up on the side of the road in jeans and a black T-shirt printed with the word “Momenta,” the name of his startup. Before founding the company — which last year topped $1 ...

On Jun 12, 2019
@techreview shared
And here's another resource from @IBM related to AI fairness and AI bias. https://t.co/dcnXL41KKX
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Introducing AI Fairness 360

IBM Research announces AI Fairness 360, a comprehensive open-source toolkit of metrics and algorithms to check for and mitigate unwanted bias in AI.

On Jun 14, 2019
@gleonhard shared
18 exponential changes we can expect in the year ahead https://t.co/9E5NWopiJB https://t.co/0YpJY8YzKN
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18 Exponential Changes We Can Expect in the Year Ahead

Where will the trajectory of the tech world, from cryptocurrencies to Silicon Valley culture, take us in 2018?

On Jun 14, 2019
@TechCrunch shared
How China’s first autonomous driving unicorn Momenta hunts for data https://t.co/tuVTPbHKM5 by @ritacyliao https://t.co/SJaf3dnlVm
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How China’s first autonomous driving unicorn Momenta hunts for data

Cao Xudong turned up on the side of the road in jeans and a black T-shirt printed with the word “Momenta,” the name of his startup. Before founding the company — which last year topped $1 ...

On Jun 12, 2019
@techreview shared
And here's another resource from @IBM related to AI fairness and AI bias. https://t.co/dcnXL41KKX
Open

Introducing AI Fairness 360

IBM Research announces AI Fairness 360, a comprehensive open-source toolkit of metrics and algorithms to check for and mitigate unwanted bias in AI.

On Jun 14, 2019
@gleonhard shared
18 exponential changes we can expect in the year ahead https://t.co/9E5NWopiJB https://t.co/0YpJY8YzKN
Open

18 Exponential Changes We Can Expect in the Year Ahead

Where will the trajectory of the tech world, from cryptocurrencies to Silicon Valley culture, take us in 2018?

On Jun 14, 2019
@TechCrunch shared
How China’s first autonomous driving unicorn Momenta hunts for data https://t.co/tuVTPbHKM5 by @ritacyliao https://t.co/SJaf3dnlVm
Open

How China’s first autonomous driving unicorn Momenta hunts for data

Cao Xudong turned up on the side of the road in jeans and a black T-shirt printed with the word “Momenta,” the name of his startup. Before founding the company — which last year topped $1 ...