Artificial intelligence. The world faces what some call ‘technophobia’ and some call it ‘techno-utopia’. Where is the role of ethics? How do we gareentee a human community, a world where human beings are not driven by technology and the products of their hand work rather that they imbue this products… Continue Reading Does artificial intelligence need ethics?
Computers are becoming better and better everyday. They have become better, faster, and stronger. They have even started replacing humans especially in the workplace Does this mean that what we saw in the Matrix and Terminator movies is going to happen? Does this mean that companies like Skynet are going… Continue Reading الذكاء الإصطناعي الآن وفي المستقبل- Artificial Intelligence now and in the future
We’re six paragraphs in and it knows about this point, I’ve covered the first sentence of this initial paragraph now it’s time to talk about this second sentence of the lead even more surprising to the researchers than the fact that they spoke English and it completely ignored the speaking… Continue Reading More GPT-2, the ‘writer’ of Unicorn AI – Computerphile
Everyone knows that guy or gal who’s super smart, and can play soccer while reciting Yeats backwards who also happens to be a SUPER HUGE POTHEAD WHATSUPWITHDAT?! Hey y’all, Trace here for DNews. This week a new 30 year, 39,000 person Canadian study came out comparing tobacco smoking teens with… Continue Reading Do Smart Students Smoke More Pot?
I love a great mystery, and I’m fascinated by the greatest unsolved mystery in science, perhaps because it’s personal. It’s about who we are, and I can’t help but be curious. The mystery is this: What is the relationship between your brain and your conscious experiences, such as your experience… Continue Reading Do we see reality as it is? | Donald Hoffman
The term artificial intelligence is used really broadly so it can encompass machine learning which is basically a type of statistics where you use the data to select the model. Artificial intelligence can also encompass much more complex algorithms like algorithms you would use to play a boardgame like chess… Continue Reading AI in 10 minutes
I want you to imagine it’s 1878, and you’re a young, 28 year old scientist named Constantin Fahlberg working at Johns Hopkins on coal tar extracts. You head for home to have dinner and you spot a bit of something on the back of your fingers, so being an evolved… Continue Reading Artificial Sweeteners
Hi everyone! Welcome to the new Seeker Elements set. We’re still going to be covering all of the mind bogglingly awesome discoveries in the science and tech world, we’ve just got a fun new way to do it. And what better way to kick things off then with an update… Continue Reading Neural Networks: How Do Robots Teach Themselves?
In the previous video we were talking about transformers this architecture that uses attention to give Unprecedented ly good performance on sort of language modeling tasks and some other tasks as well but when were looking at language modeling and that was in preparation to make a video about GPG… Continue Reading Unicorn AI – Computerphile
(jazzy hip hop music) – Hi, I’m Alison Berman with Singularity Hub, and we are here at Exponential Manufacturing Conference on day one, and today, I’m with Neil Jacobstein, who is our chair of AI and Robotics at Singularity University. He’s also on the founding editorial board at Science Magazine’s… Continue Reading The Future of AI with Neil Jacobstein | Singularity Hub | Exponential Manufacturing