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When making prediction has some scaring effects

AI, Artificial Intelligence, is becoming pervasive. Its progress is no longer based on better algorithms (although they keep getting better), rather on the availability of large sets of data and ways to extract meaning and learn (deep learning technologies). I just stumble on an article published by The Advertiser, a …

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Virtual Communications

Google has announced an improved “smart reply” service that could take care of answering mails on your behalf (you can watch the announcement in the keynote video, at minute 7. 50″). The service is available on your smart phone/ both Android and IOS. It is improved thanks to machine learning …

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It looks alike …

One of the things that distinguishes human beings from computers is the capability of the former (us) to detect similarities. On the contrary, computers are extremely good at telling differences. I remember as a boy playing a game on a magazine that was about finding 20 tiny differences in two …

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A hand that can see

Creating a prosthetic hand that can move like a “hand” and operate like a “hand” is much more difficult that it would seem. It is not just about being able to move and create a shape that fits the purpose, as an example keeps the fingers sufficiently open to go …

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