If you are looking for an answer to the question What is Artificial Intelligence? and you only have a minute, then here's the definition the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence offers on its home page: "the scientific understanding of the mechanisms underlying thought and intelligent behavior and their embodiment in machines."
However, if you are fortunate enough to have more than a minute, then please get ready to embark upon an exciting journey exploring AI (but beware, it could last a lifetime) …
This article was published as a part of the Data Science Blogathon. When asked about a business case challenge at an interview for a Machine learning engineer, Data scientist, or other comparable position, it is typical to become nervous. Top firms like FAANG like to integrate business case problems in their screening process these days. This approach is followed by a few other leading companies, like Uber and Twitter. Most case studies are open-minded and technical.
The leaders of the G7 have condemned a deadly Russian missiles attack on a crowded Ukrainian shopping mall as an "abominable" war crime. In a statement on Monday, the G7 leaders, who are holding a meeting in Germany, promised that Russian President Vladimir Putin and those responsible for the attack would be held to account. At least 18 people were killed in the raids on the city of Kremenchuk, while 59 were wounded. "Indiscriminate attacks on innocent civilians constitute a war crime," the G7 statement said. Ukraine accused Russia of deliberately targeting civilians, with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy calling it "one of the most brazen terrorist acts in European history" in his evening broadcast posted on Telegram.
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The bot was trained on three years' worth of posts from 4chan, the repulsive cousin of Reddit. Kilchner fed the bot threads from the Politically Incorrect /pol/ board, a 4chan message board notorious for racist, xenophobic, and hateful content. The bot sparked a heated debate on social media before it went offline. This is the worst AI ever! I trained a language model on 4chan's /pol/ board and the result is…. Watch here (warning: may be offensive):https://t.co/lihsaYAm7l pic.twitter.com/xs7rgtucQb
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The Daily Roundup is our comprehensive coverage of the VR industry wrapped up into one daily email, delivered directly to your inbox. Apple has barely mentioned augmented or virtual reality in its big keynotes lately, however at WWDC 2022 earlier this month, the company quietly released probably one of the best 3D room-mapping tools for mobile AR yet. Called RoomPlan, the ARKit Swift API uses the camera and LiDAR scanner on recent iPhones and iPads to create a 3D floor plan of a room, including key characteristics such as dimensions and types of furniture. Apple says it's aiming to appeal to professionals like architecture and interior designers for conceptual exploration and planning, as well as developers of real estate, e-commerce, or hospitality apps; developers can integrate RoomPlan directly into their AR-capable apps. When it was released earlier this month, Jonathan Stephens, Chief Evangelist at spatial computing company EveryPoint, took RoomPlan for a test drive to see what it could do.
Final week, Google tweeted about its interactive infographic on how Google Search has modified because it launched in 1998. For me, this infographic triggered a variety of search engine optimisation reminiscences. I tweeted about a few of them however the infographic might set off one thing else for you. Right here is the infographic within the how search works portal. Right here is Google's tweet – though Google deleted the unique one which I responded to: Rather a lot has modified since Google Search first launched in 1998.
Opinion The Turing test is about us, not the bots, and it has failed. Fans of the slow burn mainstream media U-turn had a treat last week. On Saturday, the news broke that Blake Lemoine, a Google engineer charged with monitoring a chatbot called LaMDA for nastiness, had been put on paid leave for revealing confidential information. Lamoine had indeed gone public, but instead of something useful like Google's messaging strategy (a trade secret if ever there was one) he made the claim that LaMDA was alive. Armed with a transcript where LamDA did indeed claim sentience and claims that it had passed the Turing Test, Lemoine was the tech whistleblower from heaven for the media. By the time the news had filtered onto BBC radio news on Sunday evening, it was being reported as an event of some importance.
On the internet, nightmare fuel just about everywhere you look. The latest source: Dall-E Mini, an AI tool capturing attention on social media thanks to the weird, funny and occasionally disturbing images it creates out of text prompts. Dall-E Mini lets you type a short phrase describing an image, one that theoretically exists only in the deep recesses of your soul, and within a few seconds, the algorithm will manifest that image onto your screen. Odds are you've seen some Dall-E Mini images popping up in your social media feeds as people think of the wildest prompts they can -- perhaps it's Jon Hamm eating ham, or Yoda robbing a convenience store. This isn't the first time art and artificial intelligence have captured the internet's attention. There's a certain appeal to seeing how an algorithm tackles something as subjective as art.