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Get Happy: Why Superintelligent AI Will Probably be Superfriendly

Get Happy: Why Superintelligent AI Will Probably be Superfriendly | Global Brain | Scoop.it
We’ve all met intelligent people who aren’t nice. That becomes the mold — the heuristic — when we debate whether artificial intelligence will be friendly.
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Jeff Hawkins on Firing Up the Silicon Brain | WIRED

Jeff Hawkins on Firing Up the Silicon Brain | WIRED | Global Brain | Scoop.it
#maketechhuman Jeff Hawkins recently re-read his 2004 book On Intelligence, where the founder of Palm computing – the company that gave us the first handheld computer and later, first-generation smartphones – explains how the human brain learns. An electrical engineer by training, Hawkins had taken a deep interest in how the brain works and founded…
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The AI Revolution: Road to Superintelligence - Wait But Why

The AI Revolution: Road to Superintelligence - Wait But Why | Global Brain | Scoop.it
The topic everyone in the world should be talking about.
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What Hollywood Can Teach Us About the Future of Work

What Hollywood Can Teach Us About the Future of Work | Global Brain | Scoop.it
In our increasingly automated and global economy, every business is becoming a little like show business.
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Our future sits at the intersection of artificial intelligence and blockchain - O'Reilly Radar

Our future sits at the intersection of artificial intelligence and blockchain - O'Reilly Radar | Global Brain | Scoop.it
Subscribe to the O'Reilly Radar Podcast to track the technologies and people that will shape our world in the years to come. I met up with Possibility Research...
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Computers That Know How You Feel Will Soon Be Everywhere | WIRED

Computers That Know How You Feel Will Soon Be Everywhere | WIRED | Global Brain | Scoop.it
Affectiva cofounder Rana el Kaliouby has built algorithms that decode facial expressions to help computers understand emotion.
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Researchers create first neural-network chip built just with memristors

Researchers create first neural-network chip built just with memristors | Global Brain | Scoop.it
(Phys.org)—A team of researchers working at the University of California (and one from Stony Brook University) has for the first time created a neural-network chip that was built using just memristors. In their paper published in the journal Nature, the team describes how they built their chip and ...
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Robots ants showed elementary collective intelligence

The engineers designed a miniaturized robots that behave ants. Together, they are able to perform tasks that require intelligence and experience.
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How IBM Watson Could Help Advance Genomic Medicine

How IBM Watson Could Help Advance Genomic Medicine | Global Brain | Scoop.it
Dr. Lukas Wartman, MD
By Dr. Lukas Wartman, MD I have the dubious distinction of being a famous cancer patient.  I’m an oncologist who specializes in leukemia; I got leukemia; and I’m cured, at least for now, thanks to advances in genomic medicine...
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Andrew Ng: Why ‘Deep Learning’ Is a Mandate for Humans, Not Just Machines

Andrew Ng: Why ‘Deep Learning’ Is a Mandate for Humans, Not Just Machines | Global Brain | Scoop.it
If venture capital and research funding are any indication, artificial intelligence will play a leading role in shaping our future.
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Emerging Patterns Webcast

Emerging Patterns Webcast | Global Brain | Scoop.it

Conference: Emerging Patterns 

Date: 2 – 4 March 2015
Venue: Nanyang Executive Centre, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

 

Videos of keynotes by 

Atsushi IrikiBalázs GulyásLuciano PietroneroRoland FletcherDavid ChristianSander van der LeeuwTim HuntTor NørretrandersW. Brian ArthurBen SheddStefan Thurner


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Longread: Inside the New A.I. from the Siri Guys

Longread: Inside the New A.I. from the Siri Guys | Global Brain | Scoop.it
The guys who made SIRI are on the verge of releasing Viv, a way of optimizing the Internet that could make you far more intelligent and capable.
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PSFK Explains: What is Cognitive Computing? - PSFK (blog)

PSFK Explains: What is Cognitive Computing? - PSFK (blog) | Global Brain | Scoop.it
Cognitive systems can make sense of data, weigh decisions and advise to reach a set goal, functioning as an intelligent assistant to its user.
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$117 Billion Market For Internet of Things In Healthcare By 2020 - Forbes

$117 Billion Market For Internet of Things In Healthcare By 2020 - Forbes | Global Brain | Scoop.it
According to a new report from MarketResearch.com, the healthcare Internet of Things market segment is poised to hit $117 billion by 2020.
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The AI Revolution: Our Immortality or Extinction | Wait But Why

The AI Revolution: Our Immortality or Extinction | Wait But Why | Global Brain | Scoop.it
Superintelligent AI is either going to be a dream or a nightmare for us, and there's not really any in-between.
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Scientists develop atomic-scale hardware to implement natural computing

Scientists develop atomic-scale hardware to implement natural computing | Global Brain | Scoop.it
(Phys.org)—Despite the many great achievements of computers, no man-made computer can learn from its environment, adapt to its surroundings, spontaneously self-organize, and solve complex problems that require these abilities as well as a biological brain. These abilities arise from the fact that ...
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Complexity Lab

Complexity Lab | Global Brain | Scoop.it
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Dans le monde VUCA appréhender la complexité est fondamental. Si vous ne connaissez pas encore Complexity Lab, allez les voir, vous n'aurez pas perdu votre journée !

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Top websites, Google searches, Facebook pages, Twitter and Google+ most followed in April 2015

Top websites, Google searches, Facebook pages, Twitter and Google+ most followed in April 2015 | Global Brain | Scoop.it
What was popular on the Internet in April 2015? Google top 25 search phrases Facebook top 25 Pages Twitter 25 most followed Google+ 25 most followed Alexa
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33rd Square | China's Push to Replace Human Workers With Robots Hits High Gear

33rd Square | China's Push to Replace Human Workers With Robots Hits High Gear | Global Brain | Scoop.it
Facing ever-increasing global competition and a fight to control costs, Chinese assembly lines are implementing more and more robotic systems. The newest facilities being constructed are 'smart factories' with virtually no human labor.
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Safeguarding the Open Internet

Safeguarding the Open Internet | Global Brain | Scoop.it
As the Internet grows in importance, so do the risks inherent in the lack of regulation. There is a growing danger that the open platform we all cherish will increasingly be colonized by corporate greed, criminal activity, and conflict between states – with ordinary citizens the ultimate victims.
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Futurist Kurzweil, computers reach human level intelligence by 2029

Futurist Kurzweil, computers reach human level intelligence by 2029 | Global Brain | Scoop.it
CNBC | Reporter Bob Pisani spoke to Ray Kurzweil, a Google Director of Engineering, about how disruptive technologies will change the way we live and work.
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Google’s Next Calendar Could Manage Real Life For You

Google’s Next Calendar Could Manage Real Life For You | Global Brain | Scoop.it
Google's acquisition of Timeful could represent a next step: not just suggesting data but behavior, too
The post Google’s Next Calendar Could Manage Real Life For You appeared first on WIRED.
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Industrial Revolution III 3D printer places electronics within the objects it creates

Industrial Revolution III 3D printer places electronics within the objects it creates | Global Brain | Scoop.it
Buzz Technology Limited, out of London, is looking to stand out from the 3D printer crowd with its Industrial Revolution III printer (or IR3 for short) that can embed wiring within plastic compone...
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Ingenious: David Krakauer

Ingenious: David Krakauer | Global Brain | Scoop.it
So one way of thinking about complexity is adaptive, many body systems. The sun is not an adaptive system; the sun doesn’t really learn. These do; these are learning systems.
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Get yourself connected: is the internet of things the future of fashion? - The Guardian

Get yourself connected: is the internet of things the future of fashion? - The Guardian | Global Brain | Scoop.it
The catwalk has long been exploring the potential of tech and the results are playful, from a dress inspired by Tinkerbell to a wearable spider
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