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General Artificial Intelligence and the Global Brain

General Artificial Intelligence and the Global Brain | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it

“At first glance, the emergence of a Global Brain and the engineering of advanced Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) systems might seem to be two orthogonal approaches to the origination of intelligence beyond the human level. But closer inspection reveals great synergetic potential. An AGI or community thereof, studying content and activity on the Internet, could serve as the “central conscious theater” of a distributed global brain, allowing a global brain with a more unified and explicitly goal-directed form of cognition.

This would also benefit the AGI, allowing it to increase its own intelligence via leveraging its interactions with the content, software and humans on the Net. Existing proto-AGI architectures such as OpenCog (http://opencog.org) may have potential for use in this sort of way. Eventually such an AGI could serve as a sort of “global AI nanny”, helping society to monitor its own behavior with global safety in mind (although, the caveats as well as the benefits of this sort of application are clear).” - GlobalBrainInstitute


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Xaos's curator insight, January 5, 2013 5:55 AM

“At first glance, the emergence of a Global Brain and the engineering of advanced Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) systems might seem to be two orthogonal approaches to the origination of intelligence beyond the human level. But closer inspection reveals great synergetic potential. An AGI or community thereof, studying content and activity on the Internet, could serve as the “central conscious theater” of a distributed global brain, allowing a global brain with a more unified and explicitly goal-directed form of cognition.

This would also benefit the AGI, allowing it to increase its own intelligence via leveraging its interactions with the content, software and humans on the Net. Existing proto-AGI architectures such as OpenCog (http://opencog.org) may have potential for use in this sort of way. Eventually such an AGI could serve as a sort of “global AI nanny”, helping society to monitor its own behavior with global safety in mind (although, the caveats as well as the benefits of this sort of application are clear).” - GlobalBrainInstitute

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“Watson” creator breaks down the science behind artificial intelligence

“Watson” creator breaks down the science behind artificial intelligence | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it

David Ferrucci was the principal investigator for the IBM research team that brought the world Watson, the artificial intelligence supercomputer that competed against former “Jeopardy” winners Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter in Feb.


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Braden Costin's curator insight, March 22, 2013 2:57 AM

The article focuses on the winner for "Jeopardy". "WATSON", a computer devloped by IBM was able to build an AI (Artificial Intelligence) that could answer questions posted in Natural Language. 

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Lingodroid Robots Invent Their Own Spoken Language - IEEE Spectrum

Lingodroid Robots Invent Their Own Spoken Language - IEEE Spectrum | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
These little robots make up their own words to tell each other where they are and where they want to go (@r0yce1 Have you seen this?
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What Artificial Intelligence Can Do?

What Artificial Intelligence Can Do? | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
What Artificial Intelligence actually can do ? Is it possible to exactly replicate in the way a professional skilled human can work ? These are usual questions what the general people usually think...
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Swarm Intelligence: Scientists build robotic ant colony to find out how real ants choose directions : artificial

reddit: the front page of the internet (Swarm Intelligence: Scientists build robotic ant colony to find out how real ants choose directions submitted by...
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DARPA to begin 4-year project on improving artificial intelligence | Machines Like Us

DARPA to begin 4-year project on improving artificial intelligence | Machines Like Us | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
Humans beware: Skynet is one step closer to actually happening.
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Predicting the future of artificial intelligence has always been a fool's game (Wired UK)

Predicting the future of artificial intelligence has always been a fool's game (Wired UK) | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
From the Darmouth Conferences to Turing's test, prophecies about AI have rarely hit the mark.
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Lingualia - How Artificial Intelligence Will Change the Way You Learn Languages

Lingualia - How Artificial Intelligence Will Change the Way You Learn Languages | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it

Learn languages online with Lingualia, the social network for online language learning.

 

Lingu is your made-to-measure, intelligent teacher who uses artificial intelligence to adapt the course to your level, progress, and motivation to personalise your learning experience.

 

With Lingu, you will progress much faster through a course which centres on your requirements.


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Michelle's curator insight, October 14, 10:08 PM

Another app for language learning. 

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These Robots Work Together Using Advanced Artificial Intelligence ... | artificial intelligence for students

These Robots Work Together Using Advanced Artificial Intelligence ... | artificial intelligence for students | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
Dr. Roderich Gross, Head of the Natural Robotics Lab at the University of Sheffield, and his team have created 40 robots that can work together through the use of advanced artificial intelligence. The robots are programmed to ...
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Collaboration, Artificial Intelligence and Creativity | ai-one

Artificial intelligence provides new ways to augment creativity and collaboration. New advances in AI augment our most human capacities.

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The Future of Artificial Intelligence

The Future of Artificial Intelligence | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it

Robots are here to stay. They will be smarter, more versatile, more autonomous, and more like us in many ways. We humans will need to adapt to keep up.


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Matthew's curator insight, March 20, 2013 8:25 PM

This artivle has insights on the social, economic and religious problems that robots may cause in their intergration into a more AI affected worl.

 

Mengshuang's curator insight, March 23, 2013 1:29 AM

Artificial Intelligence will be smarter.

Mr. Crawford's curator insight, November 3, 2013 7:03 PM

I think this a great read because it discusses the basics of how robots work and what they are capable of. It also talks about how AI will be able to understand facial expressions, gestures and body langauges, and how to react accordingly. Then it goes on to explain how religious groups might react to the treament of robots. Lastly, it suggests that "post-Asimov" laws will emerge.

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The Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (Andrew Ng, Stanford University, STAN 2011)

(May 21, 2011) Andrew Ng (Stanford University) is building robots to improve the lives of millions. From autonomous helicopters to robotic perception, Ng's r...


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Jeff Siu's comment, March 22, 2013 8:52 AM
I always interest in Artificial Intelligence because it may change the world to be more convenient.
Mengshuang's curator insight, March 23, 2013 12:04 AM

Machine learning technique - a branch of artificial intelligence, is about the construction and study of systems that can learn from data.

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Is artificial intelligence becoming a commodity? | Post-Sapiens, les êtres technologiques

Is artificial intelligence becoming a commodity? | Post-Sapiens, les êtres technologiques | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
Why Siri is about to be eclipsed by the world's biggest super-computer's arrival in the cloud. (Is artificial intelligence becoming a commodity?
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Is Your Red The Same as My Red?

Subscribe to Vsauce: http://bit.ly/POIaN7 http://www.twitter.com/tweetsauce http://facebook.com/VsauceGaming All music by Jake Chudnow: http://www.youtube.co...
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New Leap In Artificial Intelligence May Finally Allow Robots To 'Learn'

New Leap In Artificial Intelligence May Finally Allow Robots To 'Learn' | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it

Developers working on 'teaching' an iCub robot how to learn new languages may have unlocked a new door to huge advances in artificial intelligence.


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Lionel Doherty's curator insight, March 21, 2013 8:33 AM

As technological boundaries are broken, outrageous possibilities will be gradually realised.

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Bryan: The next big thing may be artificial intelligence

Bryan: The next big thing may be artificial intelligence | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it

It’s been two years since an IBM computer named Watson humbled humankind, or at least the part of it that takes quiz shows seriously, by beating two carbon-based Jeopardy champions at their own game.


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Harun Hodzic's curator insight, March 22, 2013 3:54 AM

Artificial intelligence will one day outgrow humanity, but humanity must learn to accept it or else the next stage of development will be denied to us.

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A Minecraft Player Just Created What Could Be The Beginnings of Artificial Intelligence, Sort Of

A Minecraft Player Just Created What Could Be The Beginnings of Artificial Intelligence, Sort Of | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
My biggest accomplishments in Minecraft so far have been building my dream home (complete with fireplace, library, greenhouse, and swimming pool) and a five-way track switcher that I definitely did not copy off a Youtube video.
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) Means More Than Just Neat Gadgets - It Could Mean a Greener Future for Everyone

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Means More Than Just Neat Gadgets - It Could Mean a Greener Future for Everyone | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it

Despite a number of false dawns, artificial intelligence (AI) is finally beginning to deliver on some of its early promise. Such human level intelligence is still some way off, if achievable at all.


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The Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence | Somerco

Video: The Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence http://t.co/WuzcPvFqTx
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What courses should I take to be able to work on the sort of research pursued at the self-organizing systems research group at Harvard?

What courses should I take to be able to work on the sort of research pursued at the self-organizing systems research group at Harvard? | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
One hundred Harvard Kilobots swarm together (What courses should I take to be able to do research in this field? http://t.co/mngIjopRFY)
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Microsoft's latest machine-learning poster child: Translator Hub | ZDNet | artificial intelligence for students

Microsoft's latest machine-learning poster child: Translator Hub | ZDNet | artificial intelligence for students | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
Microsoft's Translator Hub , based on the Research unit's Azure-based Translator service, is now commercially available.
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New Test for Computers: Grading Essays at College Level

New Test for Computers: Grading Essays at College Level | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
A system developed by a joint venture of Harvard and M.I.T. uses artificial intelligence to assess student papers and short written answers, freeing instructors for other tasks.
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Engineers solve a biological mystery and boost artificial intelligence

Engineers solve a biological mystery and boost artificial intelligence | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
By simulating 25,000 generations of evolution within computers, Cornell University engineering and robotics researchers have discovered why biological networks tend to be organized as modules -- a finding that will lead to a deeper understanding of the evolution of complexity.

 

The new insight also will help evolve artificial intelligence, so robot brains can acquire the grace and cunning of animals.

 

From brains to gene regulatory networks, many biological entities are organized into modules -- dense clusters of interconnected parts within a complex network. For decades biologists have wanted to know why humans, bacteria and other organisms evolved in a modular fashion. Like engineers, nature builds things modularly by building and combining distinct parts, but that does not explain how such modularity evolved in the first place. Renowned biologists Richard Dawkins, Günter P. Wagner, and the late Stephen Jay

Gould identified the question of modularity as central to the debate over "the evolution of complexity."

 

For years, the prevailing assumption was simply that modules evolved because entities that were modular could respond to change more quickly, and therefore had an adaptive advantage over their non-modular competitors. But that may not be enough to explain the origin of the phenomena.

 

The team discovered that evolution produces modules not because they produce more adaptable designs, but because modular designs have fewer and shorter network connections, which are costly to build and maintain. As it turned out, it was enough to include a "cost of wiring" to make evolution favor modular architectures.


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Jose Santos's curator insight, May 26, 2013 11:54 AM

another role for modularity in network design

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artificial intelligence - Machine Learning with sample data set ...

artificial intelligence - Machine Learning with sample data set ... | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
I have a question regarding Machine Learning in general. Consider the following scenario: Given a piece of text, we want a program to know whether the text is 'abusive' or not. To do this we can give the program 1000 text ...
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Artificial Intelligence and Automatic Writing

Artificial Intelligence and Automatic Writing | AI, Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
The science of artificial intelligence has embraced the art of writing and reporting with the founding of Narrative Science, a company that is pioneering the science of automatic writing.
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