This blog on artificial intelligence already has 100+ posts. This means there is a lot to learn from it each week. This is the first example of a weekly post where I list what I learned from the blog during the week. All images belong to the creators of the original articles.
An overview of the AI landscape
See which technologies there are today and how they rate on the scales of ‘Sophistication’ and ‘Mass adoption or application’.
What is Artificial Intelligence, by BBC.
An excellent site from BBC, with an overview of artificial intelligence, with movies and more.
VIDEO: What cognitive computing means for the workforce, from Davos
A discussion with IBM CEO Ginni Rometty, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, MIT Media Lab Director Joi Ito, and HealthTap CEO Ron Gutman on a World Economic Forum panel in Davos, Switzerland.
VIDEO: Mikko Hypponen at F-Secure talks about the possibilities and dangers of self-driving cars
Already today are we facing difficult choices for using AI in our lives, and these choices will become even harder.
What Jobs Sectors Will Artificial Intelligence Take Over in the Near Future? | The Huffington Post
Very interesting post, originally from Quora, on which jobs will and will not be affected by artificial intelligence entering the job market.
VIDEO: Ray Kurzweil, Director of Engineering at Google, explains his predictions for 2045
Ray has been called a genius for years, and now leads the engineering team at Google. A must see.
23 #AI Principles laid out by the Future of Life Institute
A set of scientists and business people lay out 23 principles that we must follow to avoid bad consequences from using artificial intelligence.
Partnerships in the self-driving car industry take shape
Companies are collaborating to reach the best effects, and I think we will see much more of this. Here are two examples:
#AI and driverless vehicles just took a big step forward: Uber Partners With Daimler
Audi and Nvidia in #AI collaboration for the Audi Q7
Disengagements per 1,000 Miles for Autonomous Cars: @google leads, Bosch last
A report that caught a lot of attention. Not only are the car companies seeing more or fewer disengagements in their self-driving cars (Google leads, Bosch last) – they don’t always measure them the same way.