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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?

https://qz.com/…/no-university-needed-udacity-a-stanford-bo…

Get a head-start in fields like self-driving cars, virtual reality, robotics, and more.
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AI will be only more and more affordable.

https://www.wired.com/story/cardboard-google-home

Google's official kit lets anyone with a Raspberry Pi build a smart speaker.
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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-…

"Organoid" brain tissue models grown in a lab for two years can help scientists study a critical period of development just before and after birth.
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An interesting and provocative talk on the future scenarios.

https://www.ted.com/…/robin_hanson_what_would_happen_if_we_…

Meet the "ems" -- machines that emulate human brains and can think, feel and work just like the brains they're copied from. Futurist and social scientist Robin Hanson describes a possible future when ems take over the global economy, running on superfast computers and copying themselves to multitask...
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Just a quick reminder on what is worth worrying about and what is not.

https://www.wired.com/2017/08/dont-worry-be-happy

Experts weigh in on how stressed we should be about the ways tech is changing our lives.
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Tech firms have developed AI that can learn how to write music. So will machines soon be composing symphonies, hit singles and bespoke soundtracks?
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For machine learning to change the world, more coders need to know how to use it.
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"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!

https://www.nytimes.com/…/artificial-intelligence-is-stuck-…

Real progress will require an international scientific collaboration, like the one that discovered the Higgs boson.
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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.

https://www.theverge.com/…/ibm-330-terabytes-record-uncompr…

In a new world record, scientists at IBM have captured 330 terabytes of uncompressed data — or the equivalent of 330 million books — into a cartridge that can fit into the palm of your hand. The...
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Yet another story on AI negotiating capabilities.

https://code.facebook.com/…/deal-or-no-deal-training-ai-bo…/

FAIR researchers have demonstrated that dialog agents with differing goals can negotiate with other bots or people and reach mutual decisions.
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The world’s first crewless, automated ship will launch in 2018, reports the Wall Street Journal, and is expected to be fully autonomous by 2020. The Norwegian-built Yara Birkeland will use GPS,...
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AI assistants are no fun. But it's fun to watch this story on automated humor.

https://www.wired.com/…/out-of-office-with-brent-rose-tryi…/

The age of the digital assistant is upon us and as these AI helpers attempt to interface with humans their interactions are becoming more and more organic. Brent Rose takes Google Assistant, Amazon Echo, Microsoft Cortana and Apple’s Siri out for the ultimate test drive; which AI has the best sense…
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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.

http://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2017/06/29/156570

Interactions between sensory pathways such as the visual and auditory systems are known to occur in the brain, but where they first occur is uncertain. Here we show a novel multimodal interaction evident at the eardrum. Ear canal microphone measurements in humans (n=19 ears in 16 subjects) and monke...
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Great video on computer-assisted creativity.

https://n.pr/2uko0ms

Tepfer sees jazz as the pursuit of freedom within a framework — a premise that underlies his work with improvisational algorithms and a Yamaha Disklavier. He unpacks the project in this video.
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A stunning story on artificial intelligence as a root of artificial immortality.

https://www.wired.com/…/a-sons-race-to-give-his-dying-fathe…

For months, he recorded his dying father's life story. Then he used it to re-create his dad as an AI.
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