Archive | October, 2018

Can—Or Should—Everyday Businesses Develop Their Own Artificial Intelligence?

Element AI founder and CEO Jean-Fran?ois Gagn? perhaps put it best: “There is a direct association of doing AI with having a PhD degree and having all the data.”

Gagn?, speaking at a panel at the Fortune Global Forum in Toronto,…

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Jeff Hawkins Is Finally Ready to Explain His Brain Research

Jeff Hawkins of Numenta says scientists must explain human intelligence before they can build artificial intelligence.

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M.I.T. Plans College for Artificial Intelligence, Backed by $1 Billion

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is taking a particularly ambitious step in preparing students to develop, and consider the implications of, artificial intelligence. It is creating a new college, backed by a planned investment of $1 billion.

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Pepper the robot answers MPs’ questions – video

Middlesex University’s resident robot, Pepper, has become the first robot to appear before a parliamentary select committee. After introducing herself, Pepper answered questions from MPs on Caresses, the artificial intelligence project that is developing culturally aware robots to provide support…

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Robot ‘talks’ to MPs about future of AI in the classroom

Pepper goes to Parliament to talk to MPs about the role robotics and AI will play in the classroom.

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See Spot dance: Watch a Boston Dynamics robot get a little funky

In this fun video the Boston Dynamics Spot dances, wiggles, and shimmies right into our hearts. This little four-legged robot – a smaller sibling to the massive Big Dog – is surprisingly agile and the team at Boston Robotics…

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Paperspace scores $13M investment for AI-fueled application development platform

Paperspace wants to help developers build artificial intelligence and machine learning applications with a software/hardware development platform powered by GPUs and other powerful chips. Today, the Winter 2015 Y Combinator grads announced a $13 million Series A.

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An AI wake-up call from ancient Greece

Those warning about artificial intelligence’s dangers are right to invoke Pandora and her jar of miseries.

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