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Onward! Another #GoogleWalkout Goodbye

On Jul 17, 2019
@j2bryson shared
Nice goodbye article by @mer__edith ht @PaulNemitz https://t.co/aIL7Tc0mFX
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In April, two of the organizers of the Google Walkout, Meredith Whittaker and Claire Stapleton, came forward with the stories of the…

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On Jul 17, 2019
@j2bryson shared
Nice goodbye article by @mer__edith ht @PaulNemitz https://t.co/aIL7Tc0mFX
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Onward! Another #GoogleWalkout Goodbye

In April, two of the organizers of the Google Walkout, Meredith Whittaker and Claire Stapleton, came forward with the stories of the…


On Jul 16, 2019
@hugo_larochelle shared
RT @iclr_conf: 1st Call for Papers for #ICLR2020. See the full call online, https://t.co/j51GsdPVAm Submission deadline Wedneaday, 25 September 2019, 6pm East Africa Time ⏳. If we can clarify anything, please reach out; ICLR2020 PCs are @shakir_za @dawnsongtweets @kchonyc Martha White.
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On Jul 17, 2019
@skdh shared
Artificial intelligence designs metamaterials used in the invisibility cloak https://t.co/qpasXrC6S9 via @physorg_com
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Artificial intelligence designs metamaterials used in the invisibility cloak

Metamaterials are artificial materials engineered to have properties not found in naturally occurring materials, and they are best known as materials for invisibility cloaks often featured ...

On Jul 17, 2019
@gwern shared
@tailcalled @SilverVVulpes @Scientific_Bird @JoeSmit84460720 Absolutely. Gut microbiome, leaf spectral imaging... https://t.co/1mIXMoXwO1 Massively underutilized. I've proposed using neural net embeddings as a general approach (eg to quantify face recognition power https://t.co/6Odi3OVbP3 ).
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Statistical-notes

Miscellaneous statistical stuff

On Jul 16, 2019
@j2bryson shared
@IntuitMachine @rodneyabrooks My “novel” (?) ideas are that we are never going to build apes out of silicon, and morally we shouldn’t want to. And that we already have superhuman AI (cf eg #surveillancecapitalism) but don’t attend enough to it because we’re looking for Schwarzenegger. https://t.co/xFWe5e0OP6
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AI Ethics: Artificial Intelligence, Robots, and Society

Recently we decided it was worth rewriting and publishing the paper properly, so a radically updated version Just an Artifact: Why Machines are Perceived as Moral Agents, appeared in the ...

On Jul 17, 2019
@techreview shared
This algorithm can detect sarcasm. #WorldEmojiDay https://t.co/5ay4921GvE
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An Algorithm Trained on Emoji Knows When You’re Being Sarcastic on Twitter

Understanding sarcasm could help AI fight racism, abuse, and harassment.

On Jul 16, 2019
@j2bryson shared
RT @TheFCA: Speech: Christopher Woolard @turinginst on #FutureofRegulation and artificial intelligence for consumer good https://t.co/6pWQrM9yNr
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The future of regulation: AI for consumer good

Speech by Christopher Woolard, Executive Director of Strategy and Competition at the FCA, delivered at The Alan Turing Institute's AI ethics in the financial sector conference.

On Jul 16, 2019
@techreview shared
Grace Gu is using artificial intelligence to find ways to make better materials based on nature’s examples. #35InnovatorsUnder35 https://t.co/YZ6xDM97u5
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Grace Gu

She’s using AI to help dream up a new generation of lighter, stronger materials

On Jul 16, 2019
@j2bryson shared
@jennifercobbe I'm sorry, I think you're probably only part right about that. A lot of people still say in all seriousness that AI wrote a movie https://t.co/GY08m64bTO, or that a robot was made a citizen of Saudi Arabia https://t.co/fPAkLky7tX (it wasn't, just an "honorary" citizen)
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Sunspring

Sunspring is a 2016 experimental science fiction short film entirely written by an artificial intelligence bot using neural networks. [1] It was conceived by BAFTA-nominated filmmaker Oscar ...

On Jul 16, 2019
@Miles_Brundage shared
RT @jjding99: The @FHIOxford is recruiting researchers (various levels of seniority) for up to 11 positions! Areas include: Technical AI safety, Governance of AI, Biosecurity, Transparency/surveillance, & nanotech. More info: https://t.co/Qz8G7OBYQh benefits include the best snack room ever
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On Jul 16, 2019
@j2bryson shared
RT @yi_zeng: Artificial Intelligence Principles world wide, the 50th. Big day. See how they complete each other, instead of compete with each other. More details at https://t.co/0fWCE8ddCi @tegmark @WendellWallach @VincentCMueller @HuwPriceCFI @NBerggruen @nils_gilman @kaifulee https://t.co/lltGcED6fK
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Linking Artificial Intelligence Principles

Linking Artificial Intelligence Principles (LAIP) is an initiative and platform for sythesizing, linking, and analyzing various Artificial Intelligence Principles World Wide.

On Jul 17, 2019
@beka_valentine shared
RT @anjelica: I'm realizing this tweet assumes people know what "deep fakes" are. The next attack on our election won't look like it did in 2016 — here's a preview of what's in store: https://t.co/usVoH6mqhw
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Deepfakes will influence the 2020 election—and our economy, and our prison system

The threat to the 2020 election is the most urgent when it comes to deepfakes, but it's not the only one.

On Jul 16, 2019
@cmarschner shared
RT @mark_riedl: Folks! I am finally not too embarrassed to re-release EasyGen, a visual programming language for text data pipelines for neural nets. Colab: https://t.co/RvhFwfjJmx Github: https://t.co/dmpbOav8So Here’s a program to scrape the web for generating Star Trek/romance book titles. https://t.co/yWHd7FiiZw
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Easygen

Contribute to easygen development by creating an account on GitHub.

On Jul 16, 2019
@Plinz shared
I wonder what happened to the Walter Pitts of this world, which appears now so much more hostile to minds like his than it was in the 1940ies and 1950ies. https://t.co/pMjh5LbwPs
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The Man Who Tried to Redeem the World with Logic

Walter Pitts was used to being bullied. He’d been born into a tough family in Prohibition-era Detroit, where his father, a boiler-maker,…

On Jul 16, 2019
@j2bryson shared
@jennifercobbe I'm sorry, I think you're probably only part right about that. A lot of people still say in all seriousness that AI wrote a movie https://t.co/GY08m64bTO, or that a robot was made a citizen of Saudi Arabia https://t.co/fPAkLky7tX (it wasn't, just an "honorary" citizen)
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On Jul 17, 2019
@newscientist shared
We can now decode dreams and recreate images of faces people have seen, and everyone from Facebook to Elon Musk wants a piece of this mind-reading reality https://t.co/0jjMGpMjts https://t.co/RmJF8iQI1w
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Mind-reading devices can now access your thoughts and dreams using AI

We can now decode dreams and recreate images of faces people have seen, and everyone from Facebook to Elon Musk wants a piece of this mind reading reality

On Jul 17, 2019
@RobotDiva shared
What the @nytimes column gets wrong on #robots - @a3automate https://t.co/5kCYqcTHSr
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What NY Times column gets wrong on robots

What NY Times column gets wrong on robots from the A3 Blog

On Jul 16, 2019
@carlzimmer shared
RT @rahmstorf: My new blog: Scientists from ETH Zurich have published a paper in Science with the claim that a massive tree planting effort could offset two thirds of our CO2 emissions to date. Why this is too good to be true. https://t.co/KM0ccvw9XG
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Can planting trees save our climate?

In recent weeks, a new study by researchers at ETH Zurich has hit the headlines worldwide (Bastin et al. 2019). It is about trees. The researchers asked themselves the question: how much ...

On Jul 16, 2019
@techreview shared
How China's WeChat censors even one-on-one and group messages in real time. https://t.co/E07P6hyOw0
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How WeChat censors private conversations, automatically in real time

The super app instantly blocks even the images for over 1 billion users and growing.

On Jul 16, 2019
@ENERGY shared
RT @JLab_News: Nuclear #physicists are preparing now for data beyond the #petascale #science #BigData https://t.co/HRgOCbsv4u https://t.co/za0zVDOJGN
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Next-Gen Tools for Raw Data Processing

Preparing for datasets beyond the petascale.

On Jul 16, 2019
@j2bryson shared
RT @privacyDE: “#Dataprotection is a societal problem that requires a societal solution.“ It is not a matter of individual autonomy as suggested by notice & choice or transparency & consent approaches which make individuals take evenhigher risks when sharing information. https://t.co/WGHm6b8zfI
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Does Privacy Actually Matter?

Alessandro Acquisti studies the trade-offs associated with the usage and protection of consumer data.