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Yuval Noah Harari on what 2050 has in store for humankind | WIRED UK
"As the pace of change increases, the very meaning of being human is likely to mutate and physical and cognitive structures will melt"
artificialintelligence  Technology  wired 
5 days ago by jorgebarba
The robot will see you now: could computers take over medicine entirely? | Technology | The Guardian
They already perform remotely controlled operations – now robots look set to be the physicians of the future
robots  robotics  automation  artificialintelligence  work  futureofwork  guardian  medicine 
19 days ago by jorgebarba
'The discourse is unhinged': how the media gets AI alarmingly wrong | Technology | The Guardian
Social media has allowed self-proclaimed ‘AI influencers’ who do nothing more than paraphrase Elon Musk to cash in on this hype with low-quality pieces. The result is dangerous
media  artificialintelligence  socialmedia  guardian 
20 days ago by jorgebarba
Digitocracy: A Story by Andy Weir – Future Human – Medium
The author of ‘The Martian’ and ‘Artemis’ offers a vision of a future where computers rule
artificialintelligence  computing 
24 days ago by jorgebarba
Can emotion-regulating tech translate across cultures? | Aeon Essays
Artificial intelligence promises ever more control over the highs and lows of our emotions. Uneasy? Perhaps you should be
emotions  artificialintelligence  aeonmagazine 
4 weeks ago by jorgebarba
Unmasking A.I.'s Bias Problem | Fortune
Artificial intelligence can imitate and enhance human decision-making -- and amplify human prejudices. Can Big Tech tackle A.I.'s discrimination problem?
artificialintelligence  bias  fortune 
5 weeks ago by jorgebarba
Human-Centered AI: Building Trust, Democracy and Human Rights by Design
An overview of Stanford’s Global Digital Policy Incubator and the XPRIZE Foundation’s June 11th event
ethics  artificialintelligence 
5 weeks ago by jorgebarba
Will automation take away all our jobs? | David Autor - YouTube
Here's a paradox you don't hear much about: despite a century of creating machines to do our work for us, the proportion of adults in the US with a job has consistently gone up for the past 125 years. Why hasn't human labor become redundant and our skills obsolete? In this talk about the future of work, economist David Autor addresses the question of why there are still so many jobs and comes up with a surprising, hopeful answer.
work  futureofwork  automation  economics  artificialintelligence  robots  robotics 
5 weeks ago by jorgebarba
The rise of 'pseudo-AI': how tech firms quietly use humans to do bots' work | Technology | The Guardian
Using what one expert calls a ‘Wizard of Oz technique’, some companies keep their reliance on humans a secret from investors
artificialintelligence  guardian 
5 weeks ago by jorgebarba
Ways to think about machine learning — Benedict Evans
Machine learning may become a ubiquitous and fundamental enabling layer, similar to how relational databases impacted society in the eighties

Here’s the key point: machine learning gives us automation, not intelligence.
artificialintelligence 
7 weeks ago by jorgebarba
How Chinese tech giants like Alibaba are bringing AI to neighborhood corner stores - Axios
China's AI-infused corner store of the future

A look at one of about a million small retail shops that Alibaba has transformed into a digitized Tmall store equipped with AI apps and heat sensors
china  retail  artificialintelligence 
8 weeks ago by jorgebarba
Avi Goldfarb & Ajay Agrawal: "Prediction Machines: The Simple Economics of AI" | Talks at Google - YouTube
The idea of artificial intelligence--job-killing robots, self-driving cars, and self-managing organizations--captures the imagination, evoking a combination of wonder and dread for those of us who will have to deal with the consequences. But what if it’s not quite so complicated? The real job of artificial intelligence, argue these three eminent economists, is to lower the cost of prediction. And once you start talking about costs, you can use some well‐established economics to cut through the hype. The constant challenge for all managers is to make decisions under uncertainty. And AI contributes by making knowing what's coming in the future cheaper and more certain. But decision making has another component: judgment, which is firmly in the realm of humans, not machines. Making prediction cheaper means that we can make more predictions more accurately and assess them with our better (human) judgment. Once managers can separate tasks into components of prediction and judgment, we can begin to understand how to optimize the interface between humans and machines. More than just an account of AI's powerful capabilities, Prediction Machines shows managers how they can most effectively leverage AI, disrupting business as usual only where required, and provides businesses with a toolkit to navigate the coming wave of challenges and opportunities.
artificialintelligence  decisionmaking  prediction 
8 weeks ago by jorgebarba
The Menace and the Promise of Autonomous Vehicles
What does it mean to experiment with technology that we know will kill people, even if it could save lives?
artificialintelligence  automation  transportation  futureoftransportation 
9 weeks ago by jorgebarba
Why AI Will Create Jobs
Even in a world of robots, continuous education can keep people employed.
artificialintelligence  automation  education  work  futureofwork  economics 
10 weeks ago by jorgebarba
Software That Reads Emotions Could Be Used to Catch Criminals Before They Act
A firm has created facial recognition software that works together with surveillance cameras to identify emotions on faces. This may allow for real time crime prevention as violent facial expressions are recognized.
emotions  artificialintelligence  surveillance 
11 weeks ago by jorgebarba
Researchers Have Created an AI That Could Read and React to Emotions
University of Cambridge researchers have developed an AI algorithm that can assess how much pain a sheep is in by reading its facial expressions. This system can facilitate the early detection of painful conditions in livestock, and eventually, it could be used as the basis for AIs that read emotions on human faces.
emotions  artificialintelligence 
11 weeks ago by jorgebarba
How Frightened Should We Be of A.I.? | The New Yorker
Thinking about artificial intelligence can help clarify what makes us human—for better and for worse.
artificialintelligence  newyorker 
11 weeks ago by jorgebarba
How computers misunderstand the world - The Verge
Meredith Broussard’s new book explores the fallacy of thinking the tech solution is the best one
computing  artificialintelligence  science  interview 
12 weeks ago by jorgebarba
How AI Will Define New Industries
While it’s likely AI will create new jobs, its more immediate (and lasting) potential is in helping advance the science that underlies new industries.
artificialintelligence  mit 
12 weeks ago by jorgebarba
AI and the ‘Augmentation’ Fallacy
The fundamental disruption introduced by AlphaZero’s hyperlearning in the chess world can teach business executives about AI.
automation  artificialintelligence  work  futureofwork  mit 
12 weeks ago by jorgebarba
Seven Jobs Robots Will Create—or Expand - WSJ
Artificial intelligence threatens to destroy a lot of jobs. But there’s another side to the story.
artificialintelligence  robots  robotics  automation  work  futureofwork  economics  wsj 
12 weeks ago by jorgebarba
Machine Learning Is Stuck on Asking 'Why?' - The Atlantic
Artificial intelligence has a strong grasp on probability, but it still can't compute cause and effect.
artificialintelligence  interview  atlantic 
may 2018 by jorgebarba
Sizing the potential value of AI and advanced analytics | McKinsey & Company
An analysis of more than 400 use cases across 19 industries and nine business functions highlights the broad use and significant economic potential of advanced AI techniques.
artificialintelligence  mckinsey  guide  reference  analytics 
may 2018 by jorgebarba
How the Enlightenment Ends - The Atlantic
Philosophically, intellectually—in every way—human society is unprepared for the rise of artificial intelligence.
philosophy  atlantic  artificialintelligence 
may 2018 by jorgebarba
10 Common Jobs That Might Not Exist in 20 Years | Inc.com
Conventional wisdom says these jobs will be automated out of existence, but I'm not so sure.
automation  work  futureofwork  inc  artificialintelligence 
may 2018 by jorgebarba
What Exactly Is Artificial Intelligence, Anyway? - WSJ
Everybody’s talking about AI these days. Here’s what all the fuss is about. And the fears.
artificialintelligence  wsj  reference 
may 2018 by jorgebarba
Revealed: how bookies use AI to keep gamblers hooked | Technology | The Guardian
Artificial intelligence is being used to predict behaviour in ‘frightening new ways’ despite condemnation from MPs and campaigners
facebook  gambling  artificialintelligence  guardian  design  ux 
april 2018 by jorgebarba
AI Is Automating the Workplace. This Is How We're Adapting.
As robots in the workplace become more common, we’ll need to change our concepts of work and compensation.
robotics  robots  automation  workplace  work  futureofwork  artificialintelligence 
april 2018 by jorgebarba
The End of Reality - The Atlantic
The Era of Fake Video Begins

The digital manipulation of video may make the current era of “fake news” seem quaint.
video  culture  artificialintelligence  atlantic 
april 2018 by jorgebarba
Love And Compassion Will Save Us When AI Takes Our Jobs
But only if we figure out a way to adequately compensate jobs–like teachers and caretakers–that require these traits.
artificialintelligence  automation  work  futureofwork  FastCompany 
april 2018 by jorgebarba
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