EdTech is a sector that goes hand in hand with AI. As the machines get smarter we need to educate people faster and more effectively. Got any other ideas on possible job market evolution?
21st century might not be the century of biology. It might be the century of intelligence. https://www.wired.com/…/lab-grown-brain-balls-are-starting-…
An interesting and provocative talk on the future scenarios.
Just a quick reminder on what is worth worrying about and what is not.
A good longread about automated music.
Great news, and best of luck!
"Artificial Intelligence is colossally hyped these days, but the dirty little secret is that it still has a long, long way to go." And we really are at the start of a great journey!
Moore's law turned out to be a way broader technological principle than it meant to be in back in the 80s. Computation, processing and storage will be more affordable, portable and advanced. The question is how to use them effectively to broaden human capabilities.
Yet another story on AI negotiating capabilities.
AI assistants are no fun. But it's fun to watch this story on automated humor.
Human brain is a very interesting system. Apparently, our eardrums move in syncrony with our eyes. But scientists can not understand the reason behind it.
Great video on computer-assisted creativity.
A stunning story on artificial intelligence as a root of artificial immortality.