Exploring the Risks of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence is making an extreme entrance into almost every facet of society in predicted and unforeseen ways, causing both excitement and trepidation.

The 7 Biggest Myths About Artificial Intelligence

AI is a machine that is capable of thinking, that can perform a task thought to be reserved for a human mind. Automation is simply a process of completing a task with little to no human intervention. Automation is not AI.

AI is Closer Than We Know

Deep learning takes the concept of machine learning even deeper (pun intended), and can model complex non-linear relationships consisting of many layers. Deep learning is often mentioned interchangeably together with artificial/deep neural networks, which can be viewed as a biologically inspired programming paradigm that enables a computer to learn from observational data. Deep learning is considered the technique we apply to learn in neural networks.

The Promise of Artificial Intelligence Unfolds in Small Steps

“I think future generations are going to look back on the A.I. revolution and compare its impact to the steam engine or electricity,” said Erik Brynjolfsson, director of the Initiative on the Digital Economy at Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management. “But, of course, it is going to take decades for this technology to really come to fruition.”

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Top VC Firm Invests $8.1 Million in Everlaw

Today, Everlaw announces an $8.1 million round of funding from high-profile VC firm Andreessen Horowitz, with ex-Microsoft Windows boss Steven Sinofsky joining the company’s board.

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Debunking the Biggest Myths about Artificial Intelligence

There has been no age or civilisation without a popular concept of artificial intelligence (AI). Ours, however, is the first where the genuine article—machinery that comfortably exceeds our own thinking skills—is not only possible but achievable.