I am regularly asked to summarize my many posts. I thought it would be a good idea to publish on this blog, every Monday, some of the most relevant articles that I have already shared with you on my social networks.
Today I will share some of the most relevant articles about Artificial Intelligence and in what form you can find it in today’s life. I will also comment on the articles.
On The Guardian.com: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2021/dec/25/worried-about-super-intelligent-machines-they-are-already-here
Worried about super-intelligent machines? They are already here. Forget about the danger of robots creating a sci-fi-style dystopia. The modern corporation is already doing all of that. In the first of his four (stunning) Reith lectures on living with artificial intelligence, Prof Stuart Russell, of the University of California at Berkeley, began with an excerpt from a paper written by Alan Turing in 1950. Its title was Computing Machinery and Intelligence and in it Turing introduced many of the core ideas of what became the academic discipline of artificial intelligence (AI), including the sensation du jour of our own time, so-called machine learning. From this amazing text, Russell pulled one dramatic quote: “Once the machine thinking method had started, it would not take long to outstrip our feeble powers. At some stage therefore we should have to expect the machines to take control.” This thought was more forcefully articulated by IJ Good, one of Turing’s colleagues at Bletchley Park: “The first ultra-intelligent machine is the last invention that man need ever make, provided that the machine is docile enough to tell us how to keep it under control.” A great article that makes you think and learn!
On Indiatimes.com: https://www.indiatimes.com/technology/news/artificial-intelligence-ethical-dangers-557346.html
Can Artificial Intelligence Be Ethical? What AI Thinks About Its Own Dangers. Ever wondered what would happen if we made an artificial intelligence programme question its own merits and demerits? Wonder no further, for scientists have made it happen. Since AI is built by humans and thrives on data fed to it by human calculations, the creators’ bias has a tendency to seep into the programme, regardless of the intention. This is evident in how AI programmes recreate real inequalities in what is called “coded bias”. This bias may stem from discrimination based on race, gender, etc.
On Scitechdaily.com: https://scitechdaily.com/science-made-simple-what-is-machine-learning/
Science Made Simple: What Is Machine Learning? Machine learning is the process of using computers to detect patterns in massive datasets and then make predictions based on what the computer learns from those patterns. This makes machine learning a specific and narrow type of artificial intelligence. Full artificial intelligence involves machines that can perform abilities we associate with the minds of human beings and intelligent animals, such as perceiving, learning, and problem-solving. All machine learning is based on algorithms. In general, algorithms are sets of specific instructions that a computer uses to solve problems. In machine learning, algorithms are rules for how to analyze data using statistics. Machine learning systems use these rules to identify relationships between data inputs and desired outputs–usually predictions. To get started, scientists give machine learning systems a set of training data. The systems apply their algorithms to this data to train themselves how to analyze similar inputs they receive in the future.
On Marketresearchtelcast.com: https://marketresearchtelecast.com/in-search-of-an-ethical-artificial-intelligence-that-restores-our-faith-in-ourselves/234743/
In search of an ethical Artificial Intelligence that restores our faith in ourselves. t the end of last month, a set of principles and advice on ethics in the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) was known, adopted for the first time jointly and unanimously by the 193 member states of the General Council of the UNESCO. Beyond the uniqueness of its universal character, it is about Unesco launched a guide to improve the relationship between humans and robots and combines ethical issues to a warning voice that has been heard for a long time. There are already several international political organizations that have been warning about the need to provide an ethical component to what is undoubtedly the most notable advance in applied science of our time.
On Modularphonesforum.com: http://www.modularphonesforum.com/artificial-intelligence-will-detect-cancer-nrk-vestland/
Artificial intelligence will detect cancer. Norwegian researchers are facing a potentially small revolution. At the University Hospital Hoekland in Bergen, they have developed a method to be able to diagnose tumors with much greater accuracy than is possible today. Researchers believe that using artificial intelligence could lead to faster and more accurate treatment. – It’s information that is difficult for the human eye to perceive, but is then retrieved with the help of a computer program, says mathematician Erlind Hodiland. – Results are tabulated and evaluated against a database that tells how much risk the patient is exposed to, he continues.
Now, China develops AI ‘prosecutor’. As artificial intelligence(AI) technology gathers momentum worldwide, reports claim China has developed an AI “prosecutor” which can charge people using the high-end technology. According to Chinese researchers, the AI “prosecutor” can file charges against an accused with over 97 per cent accuracy based on verbal description. The machine has reportedly been built by Shanghai Pudong People’s Procuratorate. In a paper published by Chinese researchers, they said the AI technology can help lessen the workload of prosecutors and it has the ability to replace prosecutors in the decision-making process in some cases.
On Deccanherald.com: https://www.deccanherald.com/opinion/an-ai-universe-a-metaverse-or-both-1064752.html
An AI Universe, a Metaverse, or both? In the next two years, we will see the growth of AI into every corner of the technology world. The launch of private space flights and the pending launch of metaverse have been the highlights of technology in 2021. My prediction is that since the rich boys now have had their day in near-space, private space travel is going to go into hibernation, or is going to be inconsequential to the larger world soon. The time for metaverse, meanwhile, is a couple of years away when realistic 3D avatars, realistic 3D spaces, edge compute-enabled responsive interactions, augmented reality, next-gen communication, next-gen sensors and actuators, artificial intelligence, and social computing will combine to give the first usable metaverse platforms for social and business interactions. This will happen because Meta and Microsoft, among others, will pour resources into developing the metaverse, and there is no stopping them. In the next two years, we will see the growth of AI into every corner of the technology world.