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artificial intelligenceAI Challenges and Learnings from Experience- C2 Montreal

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This is a AI Forum at C2 Montreal. This is sponsored by Element AI. Claude Gay, IBM General Manager talks about AI Challenges. Iterate be agile. You fail quickly and you learn fast with AI STart now be very focused …

artificial intelligenceLIDAR and self driving cars need to get a lot better

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In 2017, Austin Russell, CEO of Silicon Valley LIDAR startup Luminar, said the first generation of self-driving cars will cost $300,000-$400,000. * Current systems have a “critical failure rate”—how often they fail to “see” an object—of one error in 1,000 …

deep learningDwave Quadrant quantum enhanced deep learning can learn with a lot less data

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D-Wave Systems Inc., the world’s leader in quantum computing systems and software, today announced the launch of its Quadrant business unit, formed to provide machine learning services that make state-of-the-art deep learning accessible to companies across a wide range of …

artificial intelligenceNeed for billions of ethical cases and examples for Safe Artificial Intelligence simulation and training

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Ray Kurzweil has spoken about how current Deep Learning systems needs billions of examples to get trained to human level of capabilities or beyond. The Deep learning system AlphaGop Zero taught itself to play the game of Go better than …

artificial intelligenceForesight discussion on Artificial General Intelligence and Corporations

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The Foresight Institute is currently having its mini-conference on Artificial General Intelligence and Corporations. Peter Scheyer has a paper written with a grant given by Paul Christiano on the legal aspects of AGI as corporations. This is the central aspect …

artificial intelligenceXilinx adaptive and intelligent computing will give 20 times better performance for deep learning

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Xilinx the leader in adaptive and intelligent computing, today announced a new breakthrough product category called adaptive compute acceleration platform (ACAP) that goes far beyond the capabilities of an FPGA. An ACAP is a highly integrated multi-core heterogeneous compute platform …

artificial intelligenceTaxing AI job displacement will not be easy

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An editorial in the South China Morning Post by a think tank researcher and CEO of a marketing firm has supported the idea of taxing robots and businesses to offset AI driven job losses. Scott Cheng is a public affairs …

artificial intelligenceBCG predicts 23% of finance jobs could be lost to AI by 2027

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A study by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) found that 23 percent of the total 9.93 million jobs in China’s banking, insurance and securities sectors will be affected by AI by 2027, with entry-level staff engaged in repetitious daily operations bearing …

artificial intelligenceChina testing unmanned AI on old battle tanks

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China is testing unmanned tanks that use artificial intelligence-based systems. An oldType-59 tank was fitted with new remote control technology and seemingly being driven by a soldier sitting at a nearby control deck. The Chinese military is trying network the …

artificial intelligenceBreakthrough AI convolutional neural network using an optical coprocessor

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Optalysys has created convolutional neural network using its optical coprocessor. The UK-based company has developed optical computing hardware that uses lasers and spatial light modulators (SLMs) to perform complex numerical processing at extremely high speeds and using very little power. …