Will a world governed by algorithms be better than one governed by humans?
The world is filled with massively complex systems and chaos, but predictive AI can enable us to see through the noise and prepare for the future.
It is fast becoming more and more a part of our daily interactions.
Predicting the future is a fool’s errand—after all, who could have imagined the internet fifty years ago, and the many ways it’s upended commerce, finance, the workplace, and all those seemingly immutable mainstays of yesteryear. Still, someone’s got to do it: here’s our look at some technological innovations coming down the pike.
Scientists have developed a tool that can help doctors diagnose depression using speech patterns.
Direct images of black holes may soon just be one click away.
They control just about everything… but what are they exactly?
The loss may be offset, however, by the development of better-skilled and better-paid nonlegal roles handling the new technology.
Researchers have improved on planning systems with a new planning algorithm that generates contingency plans, should the initial plan prove too risky and make decisions when to switch plans.
Representatives from OpenAI, a non-profit artificial intelligence research company, hosted a reddit AMA. Here, they discussed the potential dangers of AI, its future capabilities, and more.
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