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Can super intelligence and emotional intelligence co-exist? Forbes India Blog

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As technology gets smarter, humanity faces major questions about the future. Will computers become superhuman computers become superhuman and so intelligent that they can tackle any task and do it better than a human counterpart? Not in the next few decades, but rapid advancement in Artificial Intelligence (AI) fields means that such a scenario could happen. Humans could in fact create their own obsolescence, and approximately half of all current jobs could be automated. That's without the availability of a super intelligence to oversee disparate AI-driven technologies.


Artificial General Intelligence Breakthroughs To Watch Out For In 2018

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As our society's technological progress marches forward, we've become ever more fascinated with the concept of artificial general intelligence (AGI). From IBM's Jeopardy-playing computer, Watson to television programs like Westworld, we've collectively begun exploring and philosophizing about the potential of AGI. Of course, most discussions about AGI in our popular culture are focused on the future, and not the current realities of the present when it comes to artificial general intelligence. Below, we'll discuss the current realities of AGI and what breakthroughs we're on the cusp of in 2018. How Close Are We To True Artificial General Intelligence?


Industry-Specific Augmented Intelligence: A Catalyst For AI In The Enterprise

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Artificial intelligence (AI) today is the new frontier in the digital transformation journey enterprises have already embarked on. But adoption to solve real problems and drive business outcomes has been slow. Driving up adoption is critical to unlock the real promise of AI and is going to depend on how we approach AI. And that opportunity is in front of us thanks to industry-optimized augmented intelligence. Most realistic and successful AI initiatives have been focused on augmenting human abilities with powerful machine intelligence.


Predicting A Better Future With Swarm Intelligence Big Cloud Recruitment

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Have you put a bet on the FIFA World Cup? If yes, the chances are you've made a pretty educated guess, right? You know which team has the strongest players or most favourable odds. Or maybe you've put some cash on your country's team, (which normally I'd avoid England, but given their recent performance, I could be wrong to!) Either way, you might be best casting your bets in line with San Francisco based Unanimous AI. They use a technology called Swarm AI – algorithms modelled on swarms in nature that amplifies human intelligence.


Artificial intelligence's impact on HR

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The legal compliance team at JPMorgan Chase & Co wait anxiously to see if their new gadget will achieve what they think it can. A machine is reviewing a year's worth of legal contracts that traditionally would require the team to put in some 360,000 professional hours. In little over two seconds, the information is delivered. In just 2.85 seconds, an algorithm replicated the efforts of hundreds of contract lawyers and clerks. The algorithms were given the contracts prior to correction and then the same contracts after they were reviewed and amended.


Artificial intelligence's impact on HR

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The legal compliance team at JPMorgan Chase & Co wait anxiously to see if their new gadget will achieve what they think it can. A machine is reviewing a year's worth of legal contracts that traditionally would require the team to put in some 360,000 professional hours. In little over two seconds, the information is delivered. In just 2.85 seconds, an algorithm replicated the efforts of hundreds of contract lawyers and clerks. The algorithms were given the contracts prior to correction and then the same contracts after they were reviewed and amended.


The State of Artificial Intelligence in 2018: A Good Old Fashioned Re…

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Sunny Mishra, RPA CoE - Consulting Architect at ExxonMobil at ExxonMobil Great deck, but I have some minor issues. As a universal law, we cannot teach machines more intelligence than what we have at this point in time. So, instead of calling "Artificial Intelligence", we should drop the word "Artificial" and the word "Intelligence". I do not believe that there is any "artificiality" to any intelligence. First of all, Intelligence is gained/learned from us following "Rules" and Data" that we have associated with since we are born.


Will AI Make Your Company Better? – Becoming Human: Artificial Intelligence Magazine

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Myths about artificial intelligence (AI) have made many professionals fearful about how their roles may be impacted. However, this is not an entirely new phenomena. Major shifts in productivity have occurred in the past, usually coinciding with industrial revolutions, and indeed these shifts did transform entire professions. Eventually, AI may affect almost every occupation, but so did the computers. People were also afraid of how their careers might change when computers started to become more commonplace.


Brain connection can predict intelligence from brain scans.

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If you've ever lied about your IQ to seem more intelligent, it's time to fess up. Scientists can now tell how smart you are just by looking at a scan of your brain. Actually, to be more precise, the scientists themselves aren't looking at your brain scan; a machine-learning algorithm they've developed is. In a new study, researchers from Cal tech, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and the University of Salerno show that their new computing tool can predict a person's intelligence from functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans of their resting state brain activity. Functional MRI develops a map of brain activity by detecting changes in blood flow to specific brain regions.


Why many important minds have subscribed to the existential risk of AI

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Elon Musk has been sounding the alarms about the existential risk of the human species due to Artificial Intelligence. He's a brilliant leader and has one of the sharpest minds in the public eye, so for him to be alarmed about a field I work in and sense no such existential risk has caused considerable cognitive dissonance. My instinctive disagreement with someone of his stature, along with people like Nick Bostrom, Stephen Hawkins, and Bill Gates made me curious. Nick Bostrom wrote the best seller Super Intelligence that describes a world where machine intelligence dominates human intelligence and ends in our extinction. As bleak as this world view is, Bostrom approaches it with reason and with loose timelines.