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Are they really learning?

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Deep Learning and the great AI revolution has finally arrived. Deep Neural Networks keep making incredible leaps in their ability to surprise us and beat humans at tasks we thought machines could never do better than us, like image recognition and play "Go". Or, we would like to think so. Recent developments and progress in machine learning and in deep learning in particular have been hailed as a new dawn for real artificial intelligence. AlphaGo win over world champion Go player Lee Sedol surprised many, since Go is a game much more complex than chess.


AI & ML Are Not Same. Here's Why

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The Fourth Industrial Revolution is upon us. Human evolution has entered a new phase on the back of breathtaking technology advances. Professor Klaus Schwab, in his seminal book, The Fourth Industrial Revolution, talks about the blurring of the lines between the physical, digital and biological spheres. The Fourth Industrial Revolution deals with how technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning and the internet of things change the way we live and interact with the world and each other. Terms like AI and ML are thrown around a lot and are sometimes used alternatively.


Artificial Intelligence and Expertise: The Two Faces of the Same Artificial Performance Coin

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To ensure we do not forget relevant aspects of AI, we The field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is fertile: it is at the present some key works which have already focused on same time the root of the dreams and deceptions of many defining (artificial) intelligence in Section 2. We then highlight people, a common feature in science fiction, and various the potential lack of cross-fertilisation they may be subject technical projects in many domains of application. Although to in Section 3 and consider the definition of human we may appreciate the rich emotions and ideas brought by expertise to draw a definition of human intelligence in Section a concept such as AI, some people are seriously working on 4. Next, we generalise these definitions to cover also artificial it in an attempt to produce autonomous agents able to meet agents in Section 5 and provide more details about the the various needs of different users. These projects, however, domain-generic data and processes of our definition of intelligence have faced several troubles and unfulfilled promises in in Section 6. We rely further on the expertise field in the history of the field, leading to shortenings of funding Section 7 by describing three kinds of measures of expertise, and years of research efforts lost (Franklin 2014). Despite mapping them to existing measures of intelligence, and suggesting the presence of "intrepid researchers" to advance the field, directions to investigate. Finally, Section 8 expands from an industrial point of view such projects were abandoned the discussion to a novel conception of the field of AI as a and considered as failures.


We need to take a scientific approach to the potential impact of AI - Workplace Insight

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Should we be afraid of artificial intelligence? For me, this is a simple question with an even simpler, two letter answer: no. But not everyone agrees – many people, including the late physicist Stephen Hawking, have raised concerns that the rise of powerful AI systems could spell the end for humanity. Clearly, your view on whether AI will take over the world will depend on whether you think it can develop intelligent behaviour surpassing that of humans – something referred to as "super intelligence". So let's take a look at how likely this is, and why there is much concern about the future of AI.


Worried about AI taking over the world? You may be making some rather unscientific assumptions

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Should we be afraid of artificial intelligence? For me, this is a simple question with an even simpler, two letter answer: no. But not everyone agrees – many people, including the late physicist Stephen Hawking, have raised concerns that the rise of powerful AI systems could spell the end for humanity. Clearly, your view on whether AI will take over the world will depend on whether you think it can develop intelligent behaviour surpassing that of humans – something referred to as "super intelligence". So let's take a look at how likely this is, and why there is much concern about the future of AI.