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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
@ENERGY shared
RT @doescience: [email protected]’s #AI Expo showcased the lab’s diverse portfolio of artificial intelligence research, looking into applications from materials science to healthcare to national security https://t.co/GocfgvrtM8
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AI Expo Showcases Lab’s Diversity of Machine Learning and Deep Learning Research

From materials science to healthcare to national security, AI has tremendous potential to accelerate breakthroughs across all of ORNL’s research domains. The Expo was organized into three ...

On Aug 23, 2019
@techreview shared
The dark secret at the heart of artificial intelligence. (from 2017) https://t.co/ARpiN0g6EW
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The Dark Secret at the Heart of AI

No one really knows how the most advanced algorithms do what they do. That could be a problem.

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
@GaryMarcus shared
RT @axios: Some experts worry that an outsized focus on deep learning may mean AI will ultimately never approach even a child's intellectual capabilities. https://t.co/qTUElYWdxe
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A reality check for AI hubris

Why some experts fear that AI may be headed for a dead end

On Aug 18, 2019
@sciencemagazine shared
In mimicking each other, butterflies today look more diverse, according to a new #MachineLearning program in @ScienceAdvances. The algorithms could help answer some of the most difficult questions of #EvolutionaryBiology. https://t.co/xydYHwemEJ https://t.co/T1mvhezqsg
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Deep learning on butterfly phenotypes tests evolution’s oldest mathematical model

Traditional anatomical analyses captured only a fraction of real phenomic information. Here, we apply deep learning to quantify total phenotypic similarity across 2468 butterfly ...

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 20, 2019
@NandoDF 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

FloydHub - Deep Learning Platform - Cloud GPU

On Aug 20, 2019
@karpathy shared
Wafer-scale deep learning, Cerebras presentation at Hot Chips 31 https://t.co/4DHjXtLnBJ & https://t.co/9DQpaQTQoA 46,225mm^2 chip running at 15kW 🔥
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Hot Chips 31 Live Blogs: Cerebras' 1.2 Trillion Transistor Deep Learning Processor

08:49PM EDT - Some of the big news of today is Cerebras announcing its wafer-scale 1.2 trillion transistor solution for deep learning. The talk today goes into detail about the ...

On Aug 20, 2019
@NandoDF shared
RT @shimon8282: Can't decide between industry and academia? Apply for this unique joint postdoc position at Oxford and MSR Cambridge, working with @katjahofmann and me. https://t.co/9l0FPxDGrB https://t.co/2rY93a5g2k
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On Aug 21, 2019
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Faced with data deluge, astronomers are turning to automation. @anilananth reports on how machine learning and big data are transforming the study of the heavens https://t.co/MtRFX9RBbB https://t.co/L14azAE1c7
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Faced with Data Deluge, Astronomers Turn to Automation

For better or worse, machine learning and big data are poised to transform the study of the heavens

On Aug 21, 2019
@karpathy shared
Also interesting from Hot Chips: Gaudi from Habana: https://t.co/YGYncwxnbc white paper: https://t.co/8cgHxk3dtp and a news article: https://t.co/cWcjIfZh91 "pure AI" GPU-like chip, most interestingly using open-standard Ethernet for scaling & RoCE. Look fwd to more benchmarks https://t.co/o1GuFqJbDf
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Gaudi™ Training Platform White Paper June 2019 Ver 1.0 2019 Habana Labs Ltd. | www.habana.ai | Ver 1.0 | June 2019 2019 Habana Labs Ltd. | www.habana.ai | Ver 1.0 | June 2019 1 Gaudi™ ...

On Aug 21, 2019
@withfries2 shared
RT @ylecun: A nice blog post explaining recent progress in NLP and translation and some Facebook AI's contributions. BERT, RoBERTa, backtranslation, GLUE, SuperGLUE, WMT explained.... https://t.co/sFl6VxdWx5
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New advances in natural language processing to better connect people

Recently, Facebook AI has advanced state-of-the-art results in key language understanding tasks and also launched a new benchmark to push AI systems further

On Aug 22, 2019
@amsekaran shared
RT @linuxfoundation: Welcoming @IBM to @LFAI_Foundation. IBM will help drive the development of trusted #AI workflows, work closely w/ LF AI members building fairness, robustness, and explainability into enterprise ML workflows, and support a growing open source #AI ecosystem. https://t.co/qBmHERc43i
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IBM Joins LF AI Foundation

San Diego – Open Source Summit North America – Aug 21, 2019 – The LF AI Foundation, the organization building an open AI community to drive open source innovation in...

On Aug 23, 2019
@Plinz shared
RT @FQXi: @seanmcarroll @carlorovelli @quantummoxie @gmusser @FrancesVidotto @SimonDeDeo @okw @elonmusk Building an AI Physicist. Cosmologist Max Tegmark on creating trustworthy "intelligible (artificial) intelligence" & his code that used neural networks to re-discover 100 equations from The Feynman lectures. Edited audio from @tegmark's talk at #FQXi2019 https://t.co/jmDOSip28C
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Building an AI physicist: Max Tegmark at the 6th FQXi Meeting

Max TegmarkAsk not what AI can do for you – ask what you can do for AI. That was the challenge that Max Tegmark (cosmologist at MIT and one of FQXi’s scientific directors) laid down to his ...

On Aug 21, 2019
@NSF shared
Same #AI technique used in facial recognition could help improve prediction of hailstorms and their severity. More about this @NCAR_Science study: https://t.co/1yeL8ByMHY #NSFfunded
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Facial recognition technique could improve hail forecasts

Scientists use machine learning to recognize potentially damaging storms

On Aug 20, 2019
@NandoDF shared
RT @DeepMindAI: We're open sourcing Spriteworld, a flexible, procedural reinforcement learning environment: https://t.co/MkuXLYlhMq Spriteworld is a 2-dimensional arena with movable objects, and is particularly well-suited for small-scale experiments with limited computational resources. https://t.co/Nw6Zfgg4ht
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Spriteworld: A Flexible, Configurable Reinforcement Learning Environment

Spriteworld: a flexible, configurable python-based reinforcement learning environment - deepmind/spriteworld

On Aug 18, 2019
@GaryMarcus shared
RT @pmddomingos: Yoshua Bengio says that if you want to win the next Turing Award you should work on something other than deep learning. Reading this book is a good place to start: https://t.co/pGBETXxWRI
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Rebooting AI: Building Artificial Intelligence We Can Trust

Rebooting AI: Building Artificial Intelligence We Can Trust [Gary Marcus, Ernest Davis] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. <b><b>Two leaders in the field offer a ...

On Aug 18, 2019
@GaryMarcus shared
Thanks for the mention in This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web ⁦@singularityhub⁩ https://t.co/KefjU090x7
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This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through August 17)

From the future of augmented reality glasses to a soft, wearable exoskeletons, check out this week's awesome tech stories from around the web.