Silicon Valley may be behind much of the development of AI in the modern world, but it's vital that everyone feel included in the technology, said Fei-Fei Li, Google Cloud chief scientist for AI. "It's time to bring AI together with social science, with humanities, to really study the profound impact of AI to our society, to our legal system, to our organizations, to our society to democracy, to education, to our ethics," Li said. "Again I stress: AI doesn't belong to just a few tech giants in Silicon Valley, and these few companies in Silicon Valley have a responsibility to harness AI for the good of everyone, but they also have the responsibility to work with everybody, recognize we don't know it all, and to include everybody. "This is a historical moment, and we have a tremendous opportunity and responsibility and to really think about how to remedy this problem." Li delivered her remarks today in a discussion with former White House CTO and Shift7 CEO Megan Smith.
It used to be you could spend an afternoon drumming up a home movie with your little sister, soundtrack it with your favorite mixtape cuts, and upload it to the Internet for sharing without a care. But as bot-driven copyright tools started scanning new uploads and society generally became more concerned with proper song licensing, using whatever track you desired for some publicly available Web video became less of an option. What's an amateur-at-best musician to do? I may have marched on a collegiate snare line (and therefore understand rhythm, phrasings, and tempo), but my ability to create melody probably stopped with middle school recorder lessons. Luckily, we musically challenged filmmakers and podcasters now have robots.
I'm a High School student with a reasonably basic research project where I am to implement an AI Agent to learn and master games and graph a linear regression of its time to mastery versus the task complexity. My partner and I have decided task complexity is to be based on the number of state spaces (or different inputs) the AI can use. We would like to find a good primary AI and have been using public OpenAi templates. Do any of you guys have suggestions on an efficient and effective way to make a "cookie cutter" algorithm? We'd like for it to be as easy to understand as possible.
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Movie buffs have been hearing about artificial intelligence for years – from Steven Spielberg's 2001 science fiction drama AI to the 2015 robotic police force in Chappie and beyond. AI is no longer the stuff of science fiction. This essential part of the technology sector aims to create intelligent machines of all kinds that think, work and react like humans. Just as electricity transformed the way industries functioned in the past century, artificial intelligence -- the science of programming cognitive abilities into machines -- has the power to substantially change society in the next 100 years. AI is being harnessed to enable such things as home robots, robo-taxis and mental health chatbots to make you feel better. The growth in this industry suggests great opportunity for Generation Z (today's high school students) as they prepare for life after high school and college. Computer scientists tell us that the AI field requires strong foundations in math, technology, logic and engineering. Giving students a deeper understanding of AI and its business dimensions will inspire them to think about their potential place in this exciting, high-tech market.
Why you should listen Noriko Arai is the program director of an AI challenge, Todai Robot Project, which asks the question: Can AI get into the University of Tokyo? The project aims to visualize both the possibilities and the limitation of current AI by setting a concrete goal: a software system that can pass university entrance exams. In 2015 and 2016, Todai Robot achieved top 20 percent in the exams, and passed more than 70 percent of the universities in Japan. The inventor of Reading Skill Test, in 2017 Arai conducted a large-scale survey on reading skills of high and junior high school students with Japan's Ministry of Education. The results revealed that more than half of junior high school students fail to comprehend sentences sampled from their textbooks. Arai founded the Research Institute of Science for Education to elucidate why so many students fail to read and how she can support them.(leer más...) Fuente: [tedX]