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AI Can Do Great Things—If It Doesn't Burn the Planet

On Jan 21, 2020
@WIRED shared
AI routinely produces startling achievements, but those advances require staggering amounts of computing power. As the damage caused by climate change becomes more apparent, AI experts are increasingly troubled by those energy demands. https://t.co/E0TQMHz2At
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The computing power required for AI landmarks, such as recognizing images and defeating humans at Go, increased 300,000-fold from 2012 to 2018.

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On Jan 21, 2020
@WIRED shared
AI routinely produces startling achievements, but those advances require staggering amounts of computing power. As the damage caused by climate change becomes more apparent, AI experts are increasingly troubled by those energy demands. https://t.co/E0TQMHz2At
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AI Can Do Great Things—If It Doesn't Burn the Planet

The computing power required for AI landmarks, such as recognizing images and defeating humans at Go, increased 300,000-fold from 2012 to 2018.


On Jan 20, 2020
@RoboticBusiness shared
Global Spending on Robots & Drones to Reach $128.7B in 2020 - Robotics Business Review - https://t.co/FbiuYB5t8k https://t.co/SLOPoWAM4E
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Global Spending on Robots & Drones to Reach $128.7B in 2020, Says IDC

Hardware spending will dominate over the next five years in the robotics systems arena and drone sector, research firm IDC said in its latest update.

On Jan 20, 2020
@FrontRoboticsAI shared
New Research: Adaptive Prior Selection for Repertoire-Based Online Adaptation in Robotics: Repertoire-based learning is a data-efficient adaptation approach based on a two-step process in which (1) a large and diverse set of policies is… https://t.co/NRK2kTegMQ #Robotics #AI
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Adaptive Prior Selection for Repertoire-Based Online Adaptation in Robotics

Repertoire-based learning is a data-efficient adaptation approach based on a two-step process in which (1) a large and diverse set of policies is learned in simulation, and (2) a planning ...

On Jan 21, 2020
@RoboticBusiness shared
Berkshire Grey (@BerkshireGrey) raises $263M to fuel global expansion of logistics #robotics - Robotics Business Review - https://t.co/nY83ti4FtO
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Berkshire Grey raises $263M to fuel global expansion of logistics robotics

Massachusetts-based company develops robotic systems for omni-channel warehouse and distribution operations, including picking, packing and sorting.

On Jan 21, 2020
@PeterDiamandis shared
@Grady_Booch Here is where you can find more information ➡️ https://t.co/AK8WKcW85U
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SophiaWorld. Premiering September 4th on Futurism.com.

Sophia Hanson Robotics’ most advanced human-like robot, Sophia, personifies our dreams for the future of AI. As a unique combination of science, engineering, and artistry, Sophia is ...

On Jan 21, 2020
@FastCompany shared
More people would trust a robot than their manager, according to study https://t.co/WviMgwzKjZ
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More people would trust a robot than their manager, according to study

Sixty-four percent of those surveyed said they’d trust a robot more than their manager. So where does that leave people in leadership roles?

On Jan 21, 2020
@FrontRoboticsAI shared
New Research: On the Illumination Influence for Object Learning on Robot Companions: Most collaborative tasks require interaction with everyday objects (e.g., utensils while cooking). Thus, robots must perceive everyday objects in an… https://t.co/rTRagZktwI #Robotics #AI
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On the Illumination Influence for Object Learning on Robot Companions

Most collaborative tasks require interaction with everyday objects (e.g., utensils while cooking). Thus, robots must perceive everyday objects in an effective and efficient way. This ...

On Jan 21, 2020
@KUKA_Americas shared
Our KR 3 AGILUS is fast, agile and flexible – ideal for sensitive assembly in the electronics industry >> https://t.co/qVUwEMp21c #assembly #electronics #robotics #robots #automation #mfg https://t.co/pY8FkS1kUh
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Automation in the electronics industry

Fast, flexible, efficient: our solutions offer numerous advantages for your production processes in the electronics industry. Find out more!

On Jan 21, 2020
@svrobo shared
The Athena Awards for 2020 from WITI - Women In Technology International feature CITRIS Alice Agogino (founder of Squishy Robotics), Joy Buolamwini, Rama Akkiraju IBM and Girls Who Code #womeninrobotics https://t.co/JeWH5U4V8a https://t.co/umlIcSkOy2
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Meet the 2020 [email protected] Athena Awards Winners

A pioneering women in AI and Machine Learning, the first woman to receive tenure in her field at UC Berkeley, a computer scientist and digital activist challenging bias in decision-making ...

On Jan 20, 2020
@Miles_Brundage shared
RT @apilipis: Submit your datasets, papers, + abstracts to the 1st-ever AI for Earth Sciences workshop @iclr_conf! 🌍 We're looking for AI/ML applied to challenges in atmospheric physics, oceanography, geology, planetary sciences, space weather, + geo-health: https://t.co/lBNRiAv6dL https://t.co/ozqN7Ja51H
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AI for Earth Sciences

Interest in the application of machine learning, deep learning, reinforcement learning, computer vision and robotics to the geosciences is growing rapidly at major Earth science and machine ...

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On Jan 21, 2020
@TEDTalks shared
Preview a time when robots and humans will work side-by-side to accomplish things neither could do alone: https://t.co/yjdiX2PPW8
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Maurice Conti: The incredible inventions of intuitive AI

What do you get when you give a design tool a digital nervous system? Computers that improve our ability to think and imagine, and robotic systems that come up with (and build) radical new ...

On Jan 21, 2020
@RoboticBusiness shared
RT @cobottrends: Universal Robots (@Universal_Robot) launches leasing program for #cobots. Learn more here - https://t.co/YS18vg2gZv https://t.co/zVo1ylHloL
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Universal Robots launches cobot leasing program

Universal Robots launched a leasing program to enable companies to reap the benefits of cobots without worrying about cash flow and seasonal changes.

On Jan 20, 2020
@ylecun shared
On the obstacles to deploying AI in radiology. Authors' prediction: "The future of diagnostic radiology is remote AI-augmented reporting…" https://t.co/ZiEEDG7bPu https://t.co/ZiEEDG7bPu
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RSNA 2019 AI round-up

Find out what the Hardian Health team think of the future of radiology AI on show at RSNA 2019.

On Jan 21, 2020
@PeterDiamandis shared
“I am a people person, or, at least, a people robot.” @RealSophiaRobot shares with us her 2020 resolutions 🤖 Yesterday, at #a360, we ended the evening with a fascinating conversation with Sophia, @hansonrobotics’ most human-like robot.  More → https://t.co/EJHVMkSh06 https://t.co/WDG9WV7EYZ
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The future of #transportation is going to be *very* different than you think!! 🚘🚄 Next up we’re exploring #AR, #5G, and #AI at #Abundance360 ➡️ abundance360.com/summit #A360 #FutureIsFaster

Hanson Robotics’ most advanced human-like robot 🤖, Sophia, personifies our dreams for the future of AI. My good friend Ray Kurzweil took over her body...

On Jan 20, 2020
@pyoudeyer shared
This event is the fourth event in a series of conferences I started with J. Gottlieb and M. Lopes a few years ago, then joined by outstanding colleagues 2014: The First Neurocuriosity Symposium (Bordeaux) Videos: https://t.co/55XkM1ZPVm
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First interdisciplinary symposium on Information-seeking, curiosity and attention (Neurocuriosity 2014)

First interdisciplinary symposium on Information-seeking, curiosity and attention (Neurocuriosity 2014) Date and Location 6-7 Nov. 2014, Inria Bordeaux Sud-Ouest, France Topics The past ...

On Jan 20, 2020
@WIRED shared
The first 'Pong' prototype was installed in a bar in Sunnyvale, California. It became so popular, so quickly that the flood of quarters jammed the machine. https://t.co/kaPgEiwFxH
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The Inside Story of Pong and the Early Days of Atari

The first 'Pong' prototype was so popular that the flood of quarters jammed the machine.

On Jan 20, 2020
@engadget shared
Google CEO Sundar Pichai calls for 'sensible regulation' of AI https://t.co/JO4D318tY8 https://t.co/bPKMRhGM2t
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai calls for 'sensible regulation' of AI

Google's Sundar Pichai calls for regulating AI, but says "principles that remain on paper are meaningless."

On Jan 20, 2020
@slashdot shared
Google's Sundar Pichai Doesn't Want You To Be Clear-Eyed About AI's Dangers https://t.co/60ZBMjB06V
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Google's Sundar Pichai Doesn't Want You To Be Clear-Eyed About AI's Dangers

Alphabet and Google CEO, Sundar Pichai, is the latest tech giant kingpin to make a public call for AI to be regulated while simultaneously encouraging lawmakers towards a dilute enabling ...

On Jan 21, 2020
@suekeay shared
RT @Data61news: Self-driving vehicles, flying 3D mapping bots, a host of hexapods, and a much more practical yellow submarine - here are some of Data61's best robot creations that are helping solve Australia's greatest challenges: https://t.co/7nKuBh096z #robots #robotics https://t.co/k4iQQY864L
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The best of the best: Data61’s top five robot creations

The Autonomous Gator This John Deere TE Gator has been retrofitted with robotic navigation capabilities by the team: The Flying 3D mapping bot Hovermap is a 3D lidar mapping payload ...

On Jan 21, 2020
@singularityhub shared
The Brain Predicts Reward Like an AI, Says New DeepMind Research https://t.co/7nUuyxQ83B
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The Brain Predicts Reward Like an AI, Says New DeepMind Research

The brain may simultaneously represent multiple predicted futures in parallel, each with a different probability of actually occurring based on reward.

On Jan 21, 2020
@sciam shared
Drugs originally developed to treat diseases ranging from diabetes to alcoholism may have applications in cancer treatment, according to a new study. https://t.co/FgsqMdPK65
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Old Drug, New Tricks: Existing Medicines Show Promise in Fighting Cancer

Dozens of compounds approved for other purposes can kill cancer cells selectively