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    1. Machine-Learning Maestro Michael Jordan on the Delusions of Big Data and Other Huge Engineering Efforts - Ieee Spectrum

      Machine-Learning Maestro Michael Jordan on the Delusions of Big Data and Other Huge Engineering Efforts - Ieee Spectrum

      What the Turing Test Really Means Why We Should Stop Using Brain Metaphors When We Talk About Computing IEEE Spectrum : I infer from your writing that you believe there’s a lot of misinformation out there about deep learning, big data, computer vision, and the like. Michael Jordan: Well, on all academic topics there is a lot of misinformation. The media is trying to do its best to find topics that people are going to read about. Sometimes those go beyond where the achievements actually are.

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    2. AI Learns Gender and Racial Biases from Language - Ieee Spectrum

      AI Learns Gender and Racial Biases from Language - Ieee Spectrum

      13 Apr 2017 | 18:00 GMT Image: iStockphoto Artificial intelligence does not automatically rise above human biases regarding gender and race. On the contrary, machine learning algorithms that represent the cutting edge of AI in many online services and apps may readily mimic the biases encoded in their training datasets. A new study has shown how AI learning from existing English language texts will exhibit the same human biases found in those texts.

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    3. Let’s Shape AI Before AI Shapes Us

      Artificial intelligence is like a beautiful suitor who repeatedly brings his admirer to the edge of consummation only to vanish, dashing hopes and leaving an unrequited lover to wonder what might have been. Once again, big shots are hearing the siren song of AI and warn of hazards ahead. Visionary entrepreneur Elon Musk thinks that AI could be more dangerous than nuclear weapons.

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    4. Honda's ASIMO Gets New Job at Museum

      Honda's ASIMO Gets New Job at Museum
      Honda's famed humanoid robot ASIMO has many skills, including running, serving drinks, hopping on one foot, and kicking a soccer ball. And it absolutely loves to dance. But despite its capabilities, the reality is that most of ASIMO's actions are pre-programmed, and the humanoid relies heavily on hidden operators monitoring the robot's every move and triggering its responses, like the man behind the curtain in The Wizard of Oz. Now Honda wants to change that and it has recently started testing n
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