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How India’s data labellers are powering the global AI race | FactorDaily
With the global market for AI data preparation expected to reach $1.2B by the end of 2023, India is emerging as a hub for data labelling and annotation work
india  artificialintelligence  work  futureofwork 
yesterday by jorgebarba
JSON-LD - JSON for Linking Data
Data is messy and disconnected. JSON-LD organizes and connects it, creating a better Web. Linked Data empowers people that publish and use information on the Web. It is a way to create a network of standards-based, machine-readable data across Web sites. It allows an application to start at one piece of Linked Data, and follow embedded links to other pieces of Linked Data that are hosted on different sites across the Web.
data  json  api  semanticweb  artificialintelligence  knowledge  engineering 
2 days ago by cyberchucktx
ImageAI: Easy to use Computer Vision Library for state-of-the-art Artificial Intelligence.
ImageAI is an easy to use Computer Vision Python library that empowers developers to easily integrate state-of-the-art Artificial Intelligence features into their new and existing applications and systems. It is used by thousands of developers, students, researchers, tutors and experts in corporate organizations around the world. You will find below features supported, links to official documentations as well as articles on ImageAI
imageprocessing  python  artificialintelligence  deeplearning  recognition 
3 days ago by cyberchucktx
Inside the U.S. and China's Incoming Artificial Intelligence Cold War - Pacific Standard
Enter Kai-Fu Lee and his book AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order. Lee was born in Taiwan, educated in the U.S. beginning in middle school, founded and ran Google China, and is now chief executive officer of Sinovation Ventures, a venture capital firm investing in the next generation of Chinese high-tech companies. Lee is a veteran of both Silicon Valley and the Chinese tech scene. He systematically unpacks and refutes all the arguments about why the U.S. will continue to beat China in A.I. He predicts that the next phase of A.I. will be much less about invention than implementation, where the Chinese have an edge. In addition, he claims, the Chinese tech work ethic puts Americans to shame, and the far greater competition among start-ups in China requires teams to be more attentive to customizing their products for users while operating on razor-thin profit margins. In short, he claims, "the skillful application of AI will be China’s greatest opportunity to catch up with—and possibly surpass—the United States."

Webb's new book, The Big Nine: How the Tech Titans and Their Thinking Machines Could Warp Humanity, focuses on the ways in which A.I. is integrated with China's geopolitical goals. "China's AI push," she argues, "is part of a coordinated attempt to create a new world order led by President Xi." U.S. A.I., on the other hand, is primarily driven by "market forces and consumerism," a dichotomy that "is a serious blind spot for us all." Eurasia Group president Ian Bremmer and Wired editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson foresee an "AI Cold War" leading to a world in which countries will have to choose between locking themselves into Chinese or American technology, creating two closed and captive spheres.

Suppose, however, that the A.I. competition between the U.S. and China is submerged in a far larger global competition between man and machine. Suppose the strongest, healthiest, happiest country is the country in which human beings are most in control of their lives. Humans controlled by their machines, by contrast, will feel a pervasive, purposeless malaise, locked into what Webb describes as a "digital caste system" with all their decisions made for them in predetermined and directed lives.
artificialintelligence  china 
3 days ago by toddmundt
AI Algorithms Are Now Shockingly Good at Doing Science | WIRED
NO HUMAN, OR team of humans, could possibly keep up with the avalanche of information produced by many of today’s physics and astronomy experiments. Some of them record terabytes of data every day—and the torrent is only increasing. The Square Kilometer Array, a radio telescope slated to switch on in the mid-2020s, will generate about as much data traffic each year as the entire internet.
3 days ago by researchknowledge
The Global in is presumed to register 51.9% CAGR during the forecast period (20…
artificialintelligence  Healthcare  from twitter
4 days ago by jhill5
Should This Exist – Affectiva
What if your computer had an “emotion chip” – AI that could read the expression on your face (or the tone in your voice) and know how you’re feeling? This is the question Rana El-Kaliouby asked when she built an AI tool that examines every micro-muscle in the human face to detect universal emotions – happiness, fear, grief, disgust. Through her company Affectiva, Rana wants to make technology more human. But in the wrong hands, could this emotion-reading engine take advantage of us at our most vulnerable moments? What might happen?
artificialintelligence  emotions 
5 days ago by jorgebarba
For anyone wanting an intro to , I recommend this free online course from the University of…
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5 days ago by wlanderson
What's the purpose of humanity if machines can learn ingenuity? | WIRED UK
Flashes of inspiration are considered a human gift that drives innovation – but the monopoly is over. AI can be programmed to invent and refine ideas and connections. What's next?
Creativity  artificialintelligence  wired 
5 days ago by jorgebarba

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