Self-Adapting Resiliency for AI Self-Driving Cars – AI Trends

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider Have you ever seen a brittle star? I’m not talking about stars in the night time sky – I’m referring to the ocean-going type of star. The brittle star is an ophiuroid that crawls along the sea floor….

Let’s embrace real life to drive forward real food policy change | PLOS Blogs Network

The first project I ever did on food policy – 20 years ago now – was on food poverty in the UK. Since then, food banks have become institutionialised as the prevalence of food insecurity VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Let’s embrace real life to drive…

Citizen AI for AI Self-Driving Cars – AI Trends

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider Have you ever heard of the phrase “citizen scientists”? The phrases first entered into our lexicon in the mid-1990’s, and generally refers to the notion that ordinary everyday people can potentially contribute to the work of science, in…

Connecting research communities through podcasts | PLOS Blogs Network

0000-0001-8462-0271 Have you ever listened to a podcast? A pretty silly question these days, we admit. Not long ago, however, such a question wouldn’t have seemed odd. Over the last several years, podcasts have become VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Connecting research communities through podcasts |…

“Plague Ship: Solar Queen Saga” (Twilight Zone-Style SF Audiobook)

This is one of the best SF books I ever come across. It’s like Twilight Zone mixed with fast-paced suspenseful space opera. A must listen for all the hardcore SF fans. Enjoy! “Plague Ship: Solar Queen Saga” (Twilight Zone-Style SF Audiobook) by Andre Norton

Imagining The Singularity: What Happens When Computers Transcend Us?

February 8th, 2018 As computers and artificial intelligence grow in power and capability, it seems ever more likely that we’re approaching “the singularity”: the point where machine intelligence exceeds human intelligence. Could this be the dawn of a technological paradise? Or it could trigger humanity’s…

The Great AI Debate – NIPS2017 – Yann LeCun

The first ever debate at a Neural Information Processing Systems conference. Position: Interpetability is necessary for machine learning For: Rich Caruana, Patrice Simard Against: Kilian Weinberger, Yann LeCun. December 9th, 2017

EBL introduces artificial intelligence for faster services

Eastern Bank Ltd has launched the country’s first ever artificial intelligence-based chatbot to render faster services to clients, in a development that can be viewed as a milestone for Bangladesh’s banking sector. A computer programme that conducts a conversation via auditory or textual methods, chatbots…