artificial intelligence News for August 16 2017

Google’s DeepMind CEO: Future & Capabilities of Artificial Intelligence(AI)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSZw8egM2Is
In Nov 2015, Google’s DeepMind’s founder Demis Hassabis lectured about the future and capabilities of artificial intelligence. Hassabis was born to a Greek …

O’Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference, June 26 – 29, 2017, New …

Discover the untapped opportunities of applied AI. The brightest minds in artificial
intelligence will gather in New York to share how to implement AI in real world …
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Artificial intelligence Archives – Microsoft Research

At Microsoft, researchers in artificial intelligence are harnessing the explosion of
digital data and computational power with advanced algorithms to enable …
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Artificial Intelligence: Experts from U.C. Berkeley, Google Talk Hype …

2 days ago … Experts from U.C. Berkeley and Google discuss some of the hype surrounding
artificial intelligence.
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Top 10 Hot Artificial Intelligence (AI) Technologies

Jan 23, 2017 … The market for artificial intelligence (AI) technologies is flourishing. Beyond the
hype and the heightened media attention, the numerous …
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Artificial Intelligence – ScienceDirect.com

The online version of Artificial Intelligence at ScienceDirect.com, the world’s leading platform for high quality peer-reviewed full-text journals.
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MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence …

Aiming to understand the nature of intelligence, to engineer systems that exhibit such intelligence by utilising vision, language, an in particular robotics.
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Artificial Intelligence has to deal with its transparency …

Artificial Intelligence breakthroughs and developments entail new challenges and problems. As AI algorithms grow more advanced, it …
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The Arrival of Artificial Intelligence Stratechery by Ben Thompson

First, there are two types of artificial intelligence: the artificial intelligence described in that Vanity Fair article is Artificial General Intelligence, that is, a computer capable of doing anything a human can. Specifically, once a task formerly thought to characterize artificial intelligence becomes routine – like the aforementioned chess-playing, or Go, or a myriad of other taken-for-granted computer abilities – we no longer call it artificial intelligence. That definition, you’ll note, is remarkably similar to that of artificial intelligence; indeed, it’s tempting to argue that artificial intelligence, at least the narrow variety, is simply technology by a different name. 3 It is still Artificial Narrow Intelligence – the computer is bound by the data and goal given to it by humans – but machine learning is, in my mind, meaningfully different from what has come before. Just as Shannon fused the physical with the logical to make the computer, machine learning fuses the development of tools with computers themselves to make artificial intelligence.
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