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Are We Smart Enough to Control Artificial Intelligence?

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Years ago I had coffee with a friend who ran a startup. He had just turned 40. His father was ill, his back was sore, and he found himself overwhelmed by life. "Don't laugh at me," he said, "but I was counting on the singularity."


Are We Smart Enough to Control Artificial Intelligence?

#artificialintelligence

Years ago I had coffee with a friend who ran a startup. He had just turned 40. His father was ill, his back was sore, and he found himself overwhelmed by life. "Don't laugh at me," he said, "but I was counting on the singularity." My friend worked in technology; he'd seen the changes that faster microprocessors and networks had wrought.


Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence

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With over 100 million scientific research papers in print, and millions added each year, researchers are swamped. We are leveraging our capabilities in NLP, data mining, and computer vision to build a novel literature search experience that will help scientists discover and home in on research papers more efficiently than ever.


Robotics: Science and Systems

AI Magazine

The conference Robotics: Science and Systems was held at the University of Washington in Seattle, from June 28 to July 1, 2009. More than 300 international researchers attended this single‐track conference to learn about the most exciting robotics research and most advanced robotic systems. The program committee selected 39 papers out of 154 submissions. The program also included invited talks. The plenary presentations were complemented by workshops.


Are We Smart Enough to Control Artificial Intelligence?

#artificialintelligence

Years ago I had coffee with a friend who ran a startup. He had just turned 40. His father was ill, his back was sore, and he found himself overwhelmed by life. "Don't laugh at me," he said, "but I was counting on the singularity." My friend worked in technology; he'd seen the changes that faster microprocessors and networks had wrought.