6 min read · Jul 5th · Cogito CEO Josh Feast and Info-Tech Research analyst Igor Ikonnikov weigh in on potential benefits and risks of AI and the future of work.
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Human-aware technology has the ability to sense what humans need in the moment to better augment our innate skills — including the ability to respond to and support our emotional and social intelligence.
Increased success at work will come when organizations leverage humans, paired with AI, to drive an enhanced experience in the moments that matter most. It is those in-the-moment interactions where the new wave of opportunity arises.
6 min read · Jul 11th · El sistema penitenciario de la comunidad usa un programa para calcular el riesgo de reincidencia. Para sus partidarios aporta consistencia a la decisión; sus detractores creen que le falta…
4 min read · Jul 13th · Dec 5, 2019 Aquí podeu trobar tota la informació pertinent a Catotron, síntesi de la parla obert en català, entrenat amb xarxes neuronals. El codi està al github aquí i aquí; i els models són…
5 min read · Jul 2nd · Some people use these popular tech buzzwords interchangeably. Here’s why they’re wrong.
Artificial intelligence: a program that can sense, reason, act and adapt Machine learning: algorithms whose performance improve as they are exposed to more data over time Deep learning: subset of machine learning in which multilayered neural networks learn from vast amounts of data
8 min read · Jun 3rd · Computers are increasingly guiding decisions about elder care – and tracking everything from toilet visits to whether someone has bathed
Welcome to caregiving in the 2020s: in rich societies, computers are guiding decisions about elder care, driven by a shortage of caregivers, an ageing population, and families wanting their seniors to stay in their own homes longer.
The systems use everything from motion sensors to cameras to even Lidar, a type of laser scanning used by self-driving cars, to monitor spaces. Others monitor individuals using wearables.
8 min read · Apr 18th · Scientists are getting closer to inventing human-level artificial intelligence. Find out whether it will be conscious or not.
Hofstadter’s perspective is critical. If these hyper-capable algorithms aren’t built with a proper understanding of our own minds informing them, an understanding that is still very much inchoate, how could we know if they attain conscious intelligence?
More pressingly, without a clear understanding of the phenomenon of consciousness, will charging into the future with this technology create more problems than it solves?
20+ min read · Apr 16th · In philosophy of mind, zombies are imaginary creatures that are exact physical duplicates of conscious subjects for whom there is no first-personal experience. Zombies are meant to show that…
8 min read · Mar 23rd · The copyright section of the call for views considered how the law treats the use, storage, creation, and infringement of copyright works by AI systems, and whether there are opportunities to provide…