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Futures of the Web: semantic/symbiotic/ubiquitous web, internet/web of things, artificial intelligence, singularity, internet 3.0...
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L’intelligence artificielle inamicale : réalité ou fantasme ?

L’intelligence artificielle inamicale : réalité ou fantasme ? | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
Les recherches en intelligence artificielle font de tels progrès que des scientifiques réputés, comme le physicien Stephen Hawking, voient dans l’I.A. un danger pour l’Homme. Pourtant, selon les spécialistes, nous sommes très loin de voir un jour surgir une I.A. inamicale.
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Serons-nous un jour immortels ?

Serons-nous un jour immortels ? | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
Dans moins de quinze ans seront vraisemblablement avérées les prophéties de ceux qui annonçent la victoire sur la mort et le triomphe d’une forme de vie non biologique. Le slogan de Google « nous allons tuer la mort » n’est pas qu’une formule publicitaire. Car les technologies déchainées avancent inexorablement vers le moment où nous serons plus qu’humains. De la réparation de nos organes à leur fabrication, de la collection de nos pensées à leur téléchargement sur des formes artificielles, le jour n’est pas très loin où nous pourrons déclarer que nous avons aboli la mort. Que nous avons accompli le rêve prométhéen d’immortaliser ce qu’il y a de plus précieux en nous.
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homeAI.info

homeAI.info | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
The home of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Information Resources : Information Resource Directory, News Stories, Videos, Twitter and Forum Streams.
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Laborious Cretin's comment, December 16, 2015 10:30 AM
Nice!
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The truly dangerous AI gap is the political one

The truly dangerous AI gap is the political one | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
The main short term danger from AI isn’t how good it is, or who’s using it, but who isn’t: governments.

This impacts every aspect of our interaction with the State, beginning with the ludicrous way in which we have to move papers around (at best, digitally) to tell one part of the government something another part of the government already knows. Companies like Amazon, Google, or Facebook are built upon the opposite principle. Every part of them knows everything any part of the company knows about you (or at least it behaves that way, even if in practice there are still plenty of awkward silos).

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The Current State of Machine Intelligence 2.0

The Current State of Machine Intelligence 2.0 | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it

This year, given the explosion of activity, my focus is on highlighting areas of innovation, rather than on trying to be comprehensive. Figure 1 showcases the new landscape of machine intelligence as we enter 2016

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9 crazy things that could happen after the singularity, when robots become smarter than humans

9 crazy things that could happen after the singularity, when robots become smarter than humans | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
We'll be immortal. As long as the robots don't kill us.
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Touchable Holograms Coming To Reality

Touchable Holograms Coming To Reality | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it

"Scientists from Japan have created touchable holograms which are named as Fairy lights. This development could well lead to human beings able to interact with holograms"


Via The Asymptotic Leap
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The Asymptotic Leap's curator insight, December 7, 2015 11:58 AM

Pair that with advances in augmented and virtual reality and it's a whole new world(s). Literally.

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The Deep Learning Gold Rush of 2015

The Deep Learning Gold Rush of 2015 | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it

"Today I’ll tell you that the next big advance is well underway and it’s being fueled by a recent technique in the field of Artificial Intelligence known as Deep Learning.”

Tomasz’s overview starts from the 1970s with Semiconductors towards 2015-2020 with Deep Learning Revitalising Robotics (see image below).

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Les robots pourront occuper la moitié des emplois au Japon

Les robots pourront occuper la moitié des emplois au Japon | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
D'ici dix à vingt ans, des chercheurs ont calculé que près de la moitié des emplois au Japon pourront être effectués par des robots ou des systèmes d'intelligence artificielle.
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Want an open-source deep learning framework? Take your pick

Want an open-source deep learning framework? Take your pick | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
Earlier this week, Google made a splash when it released its TensorFlow artificial intelligence software on GitHub under an open-source license. Google has a sizable stable of AI talent, and AI is working behind the scenes in popular products, including Gmail and Google search, so AI tools from Google are a big deal.
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Is Anyone Competent to Regulate Artificial Intelligence?

Is Anyone Competent to Regulate Artificial Intelligence? | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it

Artificial intelligence is a classic risk/reward technology. If developed safely and properly, it could be a great boon. If developed recklessly and improperly, it could pose a significant risk. Typically, we try to manage this risk/reward ratio through various regulatory mechanisms. But AI poses significant regulatory challenges. 

John Danaher, 21/22/2015

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DATA SCIENCE | Building Blocks of Semantic Web by Ankit Mathur

DATA SCIENCE | Building Blocks of Semantic Web by Ankit Mathur | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it

There are two aspects to the possible future of the Web; one is that it is definitely going to be more social and more people-centric, but the other important characteristic is that it’s going to be more semantic in nature. The Web technologies that we have available today focus more on how pages are displayed and what content is displayed, rather than on the content itself. The semantic Web is a facet of technology that will allow this content to become meaningful for machines, and will enable them to process this content and help us share, combine and analyse content effectively.

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A trillion tiny robots in the cloud: The future of AI in an algorithm world

A trillion tiny robots in the cloud: The future of AI in an algorithm world | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it

The future of AI isn't about one giant super-intelligence. Instead, it's about many small, dedicated agents that know you intimately and work on your behalf to improve your everyday life. That could be helping you shop, get to work or, even, find a partner.

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Open AI Will Go Head to Head With Facebook AI and Google AI

Open AI Will Go Head to Head With Facebook AI and Google AI | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
Elon Musk and other Silicon Valley juggernauts are making a billion-dollar investment in Open AI, which is a non-profit company that doubles as a research lab. 
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How Will New Technology Transform Human Interactions?

How Will New Technology Transform Human Interactions? | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
For many of us, the Internet is a place to network, as well as a link to people and businesses all over the world. This phenomenon is a prime example of human assemblage , says Social and Literary Critic Dr. Katherine Hayles, and it might also be a preview of how technology may continue to shape mankind.
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Should Robots Ever Be Making Life-Or-Death Decisions In War?

Should Robots Ever Be Making Life-Or-Death Decisions In War? | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
Current warfare seems ugly enough, what with the drones and Kalashnikovs. But add a dose of computerized efficiency, and the battlefield of the future could be one truly optimized—and terrifying—killing machine.
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We're less than five years away from computers understanding us perfectly

We're less than five years away from computers understanding us perfectly | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
Microsoft Chief Scientist Xuedong Huang talks about the power and potential of speech recognition and of artificial intelligence.
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nukem777's curator insight, December 11, 2015 9:57 AM

Lol

Alex Grech's curator insight, December 11, 2015 12:51 PM

So I have 5 years within which I have to make complete sense.  And understand everything perfectly.

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The future is the Internet of Things—deal with it

The future is the Internet of Things—deal with it | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
IoT is about to explode, perhaps literally, if privacy and security issues aren't fixed.
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Why human-in-the-loop computing is the future of machine learning

Why human-in-the-loop computing is the future of machine learning | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
Artificial Intelligence is here and it’s changing every aspect of how business functions. But it’s not replacing people one job function at a time. It’s making people in every job function more efficient by handling the easy cases and watching and learning from the hard cases.
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Deep Learning with Andrej Karpathy

Deep Learning with Andrej Karpathy | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it

At RE•WORK Deep Learning Summit, Andrej will be discussing 'Visualizing and Understanding Recurrent Networks'. Recurrent neural networks (RNNs), and specifically a variant with long short-term memory (LSTM), are enjoying renewed interest as a result of successful applications in a wide range of machine learning problems that involve sequential data.

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The Internet of Things Is Far Bigger Than Anyone Realizes

The Internet of Things Is Far Bigger Than Anyone Realizes | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
When people talk about “the next big thing,” they’re never thinking big enough. It’s not a lack of imagination; it’s a lack of observation. I’ve maintained that the future is always within sight, and you don’t need to imagine what’s already there. Case in point: The buzz surrounding the Internet of Things. What’s the buzz?…
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Google researcher: Quantum computers aren’t perfect for deep learning

Google researcher: Quantum computers aren’t perfect for deep learning | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
In the past couple of years, Google has been trying to improve more and more of its services with artificial intelligence. Google also happens to own a quantum computer -- a system capable of performing certain computations faster than classical computers.
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Japanese artificial intelligence passes university exams

Japanese artificial intelligence passes university exams | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it
A robot developed by the National Institute of Informatics is now smart enough to be accepted into most Japanese universities—but not the notoriously selective University of Tokyo.
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La Banque d'Angleterre et Bank of America Merrill Lynch annoncent une apocalypse de l'emploi

La Banque d'Angleterre et Bank of America Merrill Lynch annoncent une apocalypse de l'emploi | Web 3.0 | Scoop.it

C’est au tour de la Banque d’Angleterre et de la banque d’investissement Bank of America Merrill Lynch de nous mettre en garde contre le développement de la robotique et de l’intelligence artificielle.

Selon eux, 35% des britanniques pourraient être remplacés par des robots et perdre leur emploi. Un taux qui monterait jusqu’à 47% aux Etats-Unis.

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