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Humans Vs. Robots: Who's On Top? Steve Rosenbaum On Forbes

Humans Vs. Robots: Who's On Top? Steve Rosenbaum On Forbes | Internet issues | Scoop.it
"In a room full of media heavyweights, CEOs, and high-tech entrepreneurs, the debate is hardly philosophical. "Will Robots overtake Humans?" and in some cases should they?
Via Giuseppe Mauriello, Guillaume Decugis
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Kurzweil, author of The Singularity is Near', and mentioned in this article was just hired by Google. Does this mean Google News will soon grow into a more perfect content (80%+) curator than Rosenbaum now sees, compared to humans?

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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, November 27, 2012 12:36 PM

Interesting write-up by Steve Rosenbaum on how algorithms and humans compete to solve some of the biggest technological challenges today. Particularly in the content curation space, which reminds me of my own talk at Data Week earlier this year.

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Why robots continue to disappoint

Why robots continue to disappoint | Internet issues | Scoop.it
There are plenty of powerful, functional, and fast robots out there, but it's no secret that the promise of true robotic helpers — think Rosie from The Jetsons — has been a disappointment for...
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Humans Vs. Robots: Who's On Top? Steve Rosenbaum On Forbes

Humans Vs. Robots: Who's On Top? Steve Rosenbaum On Forbes | Internet issues | Scoop.it
"In a room full of media heavyweights, CEOs, and high-tech entrepreneurs, the debate is hardly philosophical. "Will Robots overtake Humans?" and in some cases should they?
Via Giuseppe Mauriello, Guillaume Decugis
Eelco Kraefft's insight:

Kurzweil, author of The Singularity is Near', and mentioned in this article was just hired by Google. Does this mean Google News will soon grow into a more perfect content (80%+) curator than Rosenbaum now sees, compared to humans?

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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, November 27, 2012 12:36 PM

Interesting write-up by Steve Rosenbaum on how algorithms and humans compete to solve some of the biggest technological challenges today. Particularly in the content curation space, which reminds me of my own talk at Data Week earlier this year.

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Protect your privacy | Infographics Central

Protect your privacy | Infographics Central | Internet issues | Scoop.it
...Excerpt from the original article Source : https://www.surdoc.com/cloudprivacyinfographic/... (Protect your privacy http://t.co/IiOEemeM...)...
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Ads Will Soon Follow You From One Device to the Next

Ads Will Soon Follow You From One Device to the Next | Internet issues | Scoop.it
Former Google advertising scientist is behind a service that matches people across devices to serve more targeted advertisements.
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Law Students in Austria Challenge Facebook Privacy Policy

Law Students in Austria Challenge Facebook Privacy Policy | Internet issues | Scoop.it
A student group, alleging that Facebook continues to violate Europe’s data protection laws, said it planned to appeal an Irish regulator’s settlement with the company.
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Futurist Ray Kurzweil joins Google, will focus on machine learning and language processing

Futurist Ray Kurzweil joins Google, will focus on machine learning and language processing | Internet issues | Scoop.it
Today futurist Ray Kurzweil announced that he has joined Google. According to a post on Kurzweil's site, he will serve as a Director of Engineering starting this Monday, December 17th, and will be...
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How we read, not what we read, may be contributing to our information overload

How we read, not what we read, may be contributing to our information overload | Internet issues | Scoop.it
A new study finds that the use of computers and Facebook are more associated with information overload than the use of television and iPhones.

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Interesting points!

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'Second Screening' May Lead to Depression

'Second Screening' May Lead to Depression | Internet issues | Scoop.it
A new study asserts that the more you multitask using multiple screens, the more likely you are to feel depressed or anxious.
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Top Five Big Data Trends For 2013 | Business 2 Community

Top Five Big Data Trends For 2013 | Business 2 Community | Internet issues | Scoop.it
I can say this with absolute certainty: The holiday season will underscore the impact of big data on retail.
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Genomics revolution: UK could miss the boat, scientists warn

Genomics revolution: UK could miss the boat, scientists warn | Internet issues | Scoop.it
Better data collection and NHS backup is needed for day when it will be cost-effective to carry out whole genome tests on patients...
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