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Artificial Intelligence and Games – A Springer Textbook
A free book. Reviews AI technique used in various games. Has links to many research papers.
artificial-intelligence  video-games 
yesterday by DevJac
Why Technologists Fail to Think of Moderation as a Virtue and Other Stories About AI - Los Angeles Review of Books
"Possible Minds 25 Ways of Looking at AI By John Brockman Published 02.19.2019 Penguin Press 320 Pages"
book  review  artificial-intelligence  risk 
2 days ago by tsuomela
Absolute scale corrupts absolutely - apenwarr
The Internet has gotten too big.

Growing up, I, like many computery people of my generation, was an idealist.
I believed that better, faste...
ifttt  internet  privacy  security  tech  Unread  Pocket  google  aws  amazon  corruption  monopoly  a:Avery-Pennarun★★  artificial-intelligence 
8 days ago by xer0x
OpenAI Wants to Make Ultra-Powerful AI. But Not in a Bad Way | WIRED
OpenAI, a research institute cofounded by Elon Musk, aims to create artificial intelligence that's better than people at everything.
8 days ago by javierruiz
The Quest to Make a Bot That Can Smell as Well as a Dog
"As it turned out, Mershin’s hack actually mirrors how mammals process smells. Instead of giving equal computational attention to all the compounds we inhale, our brains hierarchically sort information based on what’s important to us. We can tune out smells in a room if we’re not interested. Our receptors are still sensing compounds, but our brains aren’t paying attention. Conversely, if we narrow our attention on the signals our receptors are sending, we can pick out the subtle scent of shallots or fennel in a pasta sauce brimming with the competing scents of tomato, peppers, and garlic. Mershin realized that to understand smell and to use it as a tool, he didn’t need a list of molecules. He needed to know what something smelled like, not what it was made of, and those are fundamentally different things. 'It was the biggest lesson I’ve ever had in my entire scientific career,' he says. 'We thought we understood how noses worked. We didn’t know anything about how noses worked.'"
a:Sara-Harrison  p:Wired★★  d:2019.05.16  w:6000  dogs  medicine  biology  artificial-intelligence  from instapaper
9 days ago by bankbryan
AI thinks like a corporation—and that’s worrying - Open Voices
Artificial intelligence was born of organisational decision-making and state power; it needs human ethics, says Jonnie Penn of the University of Cambridge
9 days ago by javierruiz
Who should AI kill in a driverless car crash? It depends who you ask | Technology | The Guardian
Responses vary around the world when you ask the public who an out-of-control self-driving car should hit
artificial-intelligence  ethics 
9 days ago by javierruiz
AI at Google: our principles
We’re announcing seven principles to guide our work in AI.
google  ethics  artificial-intelligence 
9 days ago by javierruiz
Anatomy of an AI System
Anatomy of an AI System - The Amazon Echo as an anatomical map of human labor, data and planetary resources. By Kate Crawford and Vladan Joler (2018)
amazon  diagram  research  map  infrastructure  artificial-intelligence 
9 days ago by javierruiz

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