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Old March 6th, 2017, 11:25 PM   #121
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Google’s speech recognition technology now has a 4.9% word error rate

May 17, 2017 4:06 PM

Google CEO Sundar Pichai today announced that the company’s speech recognition technology has now achieved a 4.9 percent word error rate. Put another way, Google transcribes every 20th word incorrectly. That’s a big improvement from the 23 percent the company saw in 2013 and the 8 percent it shared two years ago at I/O 2015.

The tidbit was revealed at Google’s I/O 2017 developer conference, where a big emphasis is on artificial intelligence. Deep learning, a type of AI, is used to achieve accurate image recognition and speech recognition. The method involves ingesting lots of data to train systems called neural networks, and then feeding new data to those systems in an attempt to make predictions.

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A buried line in a new Facebook report about chatbots’ conversations with one another offers a remarkable glimpse at the future of language. In the report, researchers at the Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research lab describe using machine learning to train their “dialog agents” to negotiate. (And it turns out bots are actually quite good at dealmaking.) At one point, the researchers write, they had to tweak one of their models because otherwise the bot-to-bot conversation “led to divergence from human language as the agents developed their own language for negotiating.”

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Facebook abandoned an experiment after two artificially intelligent programs appeared to be chatting to each other in a strange language only they understood.

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The two chatbots came to create their own changes to English that made it easier for them to work – but which remained mysterious to the humans that supposedly look after them.

The bizarre discussions came as Facebook challenged its chatbots to try and negotiate with each other over a trade, attempting to swap hats, balls and books, each of which were given a certain value. But they quickly broke down as the robots appeared to chant at each other in a language that they each understood but which appears mostly incomprehensible to humans.

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Old August 19th, 2017, 07:55 AM   #129
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How China became an AI leader

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2017/...ame-ai-leader/

Rarely does a new technology transform consumption, production and society. But with artificial intelligence (AI), that technology has arrived.

Yet new research conducted by Accenture has found that many large businesses do not fully appreciate the value of AI.

The same cannot be said for entrepreneurs and startups, who are in the vanguard of this revolution.

Many of them are based in China, which has become a powerhouse of innovation in deep learning, sensors, predictive maintenance, and intelligent robotics.

Funding for AI startups worldwide has grown at a compound annual growth rate of nearly 60% since 2010.

China has filed more than 8,000 AI patents in the five years to 2015, a 190% growth rate that outpaces other leading markets significantly.

Growth is driven partly by the largest digital user base in the world.

China is generating new data, particularly from mobile users, faster than any other country.

Boosting productivity

For many, AI is a solution to a common problem: the need to improve efficiencies and reduce costs.

Accenture analysis shows that AI could boost China’s productivity by 27% by 2035.

There is no doubt that AI can automate many processes, strengthening the bottom line.

But AI has a far greater opportunity to create entirely new categories of products and services. It will establish new markets and drive growth.

AI’s boost of the top line is reflected in our estimate that annual economic growth rates in China could increase from 6.3% to 7.9% in 2035 if companies harness AI to transform their entire business models.

That would generate additional economic output of more than $7,000 billion at that time.

Personalized experience

To achieve this growth potential means going beyond using AI to do things differently and, instead, using it to do different things.

For example, JD.com, the online retailer, is exploring AI to improve internal operations through unmanned warehouses and drone delivery, but is also applying it to personalize the shopping experience and develop new products and services.

Alibaba partners with SAIC to connect their cars to the internet and is introducing new cloud-based AI services targeting the health care and manufacturing sectors.

Tencent, the provider of WeChat, is developing virtual assistants and autonomous driving among other applications.

China also has many successful AI startups.

For example, Malong Technologies’ product recognition AI uses deep learning, which among other uses, it applies to analyze worldwide fashion colour trends to help thousands of textile makers predict global fabric demand.

Innovate and scale

Breakthroughs such as these require businesses not just to develop innovations, but also to scale them.

This means pivoting wisely the bulk of investment from core products and services to new ones, while at the same time continuing to transform the core.

Do companies build in-house capabilities, work with partners, or buy technologies from the outside?

When looking at a global sample of Fortune 100 companies and Accenture’s global index of 100 AI-driven enterprises, we found that 27% did one or the other well, and 56% did neither sufficiently.

Only 17% scored high on both counts. This gives these ‘Collaborative Inventors’ a higher AIQ than the rest (see chart below).
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Old August 19th, 2017, 07:59 AM   #130
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Is China Outsmarting America in A.I.?

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/27/t...e.html?mcubz=3


HONG KONG — Sören Schwertfeger finished his postdoctorate research on autonomous robots in Germany, and seemed set to go to Europe or the United States, where artificial intelligence was pioneered and established.

Instead, he went to China.

“You couldn’t have started a lab like mine elsewhere,” Mr. Schwertfeger said.

The balance of power in technology is shifting. China, which for years watched enviously as the West invented the software and the chips powering today’s digital age, has become a major player in artificial intelligence, what some think may be the most important technology of the future. Experts widely believe China is only a step behind the United States.
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Old August 19th, 2017, 08:01 AM   #131
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Beijing Wants A.I. to Be Made in China by 2030

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The country laid out a development plan on Thursday to become the world leader in A.I. by 2030, aiming to surpass its rivals technologically and build a domestic industry worth almost $150 billion.

Released by the State Council, the policy is a statement of intent from the top rungs of China’s government: The world’s second-largest economy will be investing heavily to ensure its companies, government and military leap to the front of the pack in a technology many think will one day form the basis of computing.
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Researchers taught AI to write totally believable fake reviews, and the implications are terrifying

Aug. 29, 2017, 10:28 AM

For many people, online reviews are the first port of call when looking for a restaurant and hotel.

As such, they've become the lifeblood for many businesses — a permanent record of the quality of their services and products. And these businesses are constantly on the watch for unfair or fake reviews, planted by disgruntled rivals or angry customers.

But there will soon be a major new threat to the world of online reviews: Fake reviews written automatically by artificial intelligence (AI).

Allowed to rise unchecked, they could irreparably tarnish the credibility of review sites — and the tech could have far broader (and more worrying) implications for society, trust, and fake news.

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Conversation with a humanoid robot called "Sophia":

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Is Sophia real or just a fake ?

Is she a self-learning A.I or is the whole only for the media staged and the answers to the questions are programmed into it. ?

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Old September 12th, 2017, 01:17 PM   #135
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The Artificial Intelligence has brought revolution as it is like an artificial brain and it is used in different programs of Computers, mobile, website and in robots. It will create more dependency on the artificial machines.
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Old September 25th, 2017, 07:39 PM   #136
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Artificial intelligence for human age-reversal

25th September 2017

Molecular researchers from the University of Copenhagen have joined forces with an artificial intelligence company to fight premature aging.

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China seeks dominance of global AI industry

https://www.ft.com/content/856753d6-...2-e46f43c5825d



If the development of artificial intelligence is an arms race, then China wants to become the world’s unchallenged AI superpower. While the National Science Foundation in the US has no increase in funding this year, China has promised to “vigorously use governmental and social capital” to dominate the industry.

US and Chinese tech companies alike are ploughing money and talent into AI, but Beijing’s blueprint for investing in artificial intelligence — creating a $150bn industry by 2030 — underlines its desire to beat the US.




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Is China Outsmarting America in A.I.?

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/27/t...e.html?mcubz=3


HONG KONG — Sören Schwertfeger finished his postdoctorate research on autonomous robots in Germany, and seemed set to go to Europe or the United States, where artificial intelligence was pioneered and established.

Instead, he went to China.

“You couldn’t have started a lab like mine elsewhere,” Mr. Schwertfeger said.

The balance of power in technology is shifting. China, which for years watched enviously as the West invented the software and the chips powering today’s digital age, has become a major player in artificial intelligence, what some think may be the most important technology of the future. Experts widely believe China is only a step behind the United States.
I think there is still a significant gap about basic science which AI based on between US and China, especially if you think about machines that can be really own the spirit of human being.
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Old October 24th, 2017, 01:24 AM   #139
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Roko's Basilisk: The Most Terrifying Thought Experiment of All Time

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For Roko’s Basilisk is an evil, godlike form of artificial intelligence, so dangerous that if you see it, or even think about it too hard, you will spend the rest of eternity screaming in its torture chamber. It's like the videotape in The Ring. Even death is no escape, for if you die, Roko’s Basilisk will resurrect you and begin the torture again.

Are you sure you want to keep reading? Because the worst part is that Roko’s Basilisk already exists. Or at least, it already will have existed—which is just as bad.

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Eliezer Yudkowsky, is a significant figure in techno-futurism; his research institute, the Machine Intelligence Research Institute, which funds and promotes research around the advancement of artificial intelligence, has been boosted and funded by high-profile techies like Peter Thiel and Ray Kurzweil, and Yudkowsky is a prominent contributor to academic discussions of technological ethics and decision theory. What you are about to read may sound strange and even crazy, but some very influential and wealthy scientists and techies believe it.
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The AI That Has Nothing to Learn From Humans

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DeepMind’s new self-taught Go-playing program is making moves that other players describe as “alien” and “from an alternate dimension.”
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DeepMind revealed that a new version of AlphaGo (which they christened AlphaGo Zero) picked up Go from scratch, without studying any human games at all. AlphaGo Zero took a mere three days to reach the point where it was pitted against an older version of itself and won 100 games to zero.
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AlphaGo Zero’s latest games haven’t been disclosed yet. But several months ago, the company publicly released 55 games that an older version of AlphaGo played against itself. (Note that this is the incarnation of AlphaGo that had already made quick work of the world’s champions.)
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