Category Archives: Artificial Intelligence

Network of ‘know-it-alls’ aims to fix buggy artificial intelligence

By R. Danes in Silicon Angle – It’s a known fact that online customer service, by and large, isn’t the most pleasant experience. Companies often have ambitious plans to improve it with automation and artificial intelligence (think chatbots). But such initiatives often lack the data-based fundamentals, … Continue reading

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4 human-caused biases we need to fix for machine learning

By Glen Ford in The Next Web – Bias is an overloaded word. It has multiple meanings, from mathematics to sewing to machine learning, and as a result it’s easily misinterpreted. When people say an artificial intelligence model is biased, … Continue reading

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Stop Thinking Artificial Intelligence vs. Human, Think AI With Human

By David Roe of CMS Wire Despite fears that AI may replace human beings in the digital workplace, it is more likely that humans and machines will work together. People are afraid automation will replace human positions. This is a … Continue reading

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20 ways artificial intelligence is changing our lives

By Peter Giffen in Espresso From chess-playing computers to self-driving cars, artificial intelligence involves machines learning from experience and performing tasks like people, only better. Using natural-language processing, computers are trained to perform specific functions, analyzing huge amounts of data … Continue reading

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How Far Are We From Truly Human-Like AI?

By Terence Mills in Go Boldly from Forbes Artificial General Intelligence Is Decades Behind, And Therefore Decades Away We May Never Know For Certain If Machines Achieve True Awareness Self-Awareness Will Take A While, But It’s Hard To Say Exactly … Continue reading

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