27 Jan

“The white genocide episode you’ve been waiting for”

“Everyone is always warning you not to get lost in the weeds. But not Vox’s Ezra Klein, Sarah Kliff, and Matthew Yglesias. They love the weeds. That’s where all the policy is. This is the podcast for people who follow politics because they love thinking about health care, economics, and zoning.”

Read: The white genocide episode you’ve been waiting for

05 Oct

“Neural networks are inadvertently learning our language’s hidden gender biases”

“Back in 2013, a handful of researchers at Google set loose a neural network on a corpus of three million words taken from Google News texts. The neural net’s goal was to look for patterns in the way words appear next to each other.”

Read: Neural networks are inadvertently learning our language’s hidden gender biases

10 Mar

“DeepMind founder Demis Hassabis on how AI will shape the future”

“DeepMind’s stunning victories over Go legend Lee Se-dol have stoked excitement over artificial intelligence’s potential more than any event in recent memory. But the Google subsidiary’s AlphaGo program is far from its only project — it’s not even the main one.”

Read: DeepMind founder Demis Hassabis on how AI will shape the future

03 Feb

“In the aftermath of Ferguson, St. Louis cops embrace crime-predicting software”

“Just over a year after Michael Brown’s death became a focal point for a national debate about policing and race, Ferguson and nearby St. Louis suburbs have returned to what looks, from the outside, like a kind of normalcy.”

Read: In the aftermath of Ferguson, St. Louis cops embrace crime-predicting software

28 Jan

“A Google DeepMind Algorithm Uses Deep Learning and More to Master the Game of Go”

“Google has taken a brilliant and unexpected step toward building an AI with more humanlike intuition, developing a computer capable of beating even expert human players at the fiendishly complicated board game Go.”

Read: A Google DeepMind Algorithm Uses Deep Learning and More to Master the Game of Go

27 Jan

“Microsoft Open Sources Its Artificial Brain to One-Up Google”

“Microsoft’s brain is now available for anyone to use in their apps. The company has open sourced the artificial intelligence framework it uses to power speech recognition in its Cortana digital assistant and Skype Translate applications.”

Read: Microsoft Open Sources Its Artificial Brain to One-Up Google

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