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What is the best way to start an AI/ML career without studying it at university?

Meet the High Schooler Shaking Up Artificial Intelligence

Since its founding by Elon Musk and others nearly two years ago, nonprofit research lab OpenAI has published dozens of research papers. One posted …

Artificial Intelligence

Want to be a better programmer? Try Microsoft's 'code-writing', question-answering Stack Overflow Bot

The bot answers English language queries about programming, drawing upon the information in the millions of questions and answers available via Stack …

The Way We Teach Math Is Holding Women Back

First Daughter Ivanka Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos toured the National Air and Space Museum with a group of middle school students …

Mathematics

Neural Networks Have Advanced Beyond Our Understanding, And That's Kind Of Terrifying

<i>Our editors delve into Curiosity's top stories every day on a podcast that's shorter than your commute. Click here to listen and learn — in just a</i> …

Machine Learning

Amazon will be the first company worth $1 trillion, NYU’s Scott Galloway says

Along the way, it’s also going to take millions of jobs.<p>America has too many retail stores and “the reckoning is here,” says L2 founder and New York University professor Scott Galloway — and Amazon stands to profit from the looming chaos.<p>“The majority of retailers will face this triple threat of …

eCommerce

Inside Walt Mossberg’s gadget museum

Five of the most interesting things in Walt’s personal tech collection<p>Walt Mossberg is retiring this year — he’s already written his last column, hosted his last Code Conference, and taped the final episode of <i>Ctrl-Walt-Delete</i> in front of a live audience in New York. But Walt’s also assembled an …

Inside The Computerized Lettuce Factory Of The Future

High-tech farms in urban warehouses can grow 100 times more food using 95% less water than old-fashioned operations depending on soil and sunshine.<p>Farming, even in its modern, hyper-industrialized form, still relies on some very old-school technology: the sun, dirt, seasons, tractors. It's all a …

Get started with machine learning using Python

Have you wondered what it takes to get started with machine learning? In this article, I will walk through steps for getting started with machine …

Elon Musk Just Unveiled Breakthrough AI Research. Here’s What You Need to Know.

One Smart Bot<p>If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, OpenAI’s newest robot system should leave humanity blushing. Not only can it …

Artificial Intelligence

Uber is '5,000 times worse than Google's Waymo at self-driving cars'

Statistics show minicab firm is worst of six major self-driving car companies, with human intervention required at one-mile intervals during testing<p>According to driving statistics compiled by an analyst firm, Uber is the worst of six major self-driving car companies testing its vehicles in the …

Equal Pay Day: a wage gap fact check

How would someone go about finding the true wage gap numbers across gender and race groups in the US? <b>Mona Chalabi</b> investigates on Equal Pay Day<p>Hey there, hope your week is going well. I’m delivering this week’s fact check a bit early. Yesterday, I got an email from Daniel in Lancaster, California, …

equalpayday

The Singularity Could Be Closer Than You Think

A.I. evolution may be decades away -- or happening already.<p>Sci-fi depictions of the future would have us thinking of the singularity — when A.I …

Singularity

‘Your animal life is over. Machine life has begun.’ The road to immortality

In California, radical scientists and billionaire backers think the technology to extend life – by uploading minds to exist separately from the body – is only a few years away<p>Here’s what happens. You are lying on an operating table, fully conscious, but rendered otherwise insensible, otherwise …

Singularity

How Chip Designers Are Breaking Moore’s Law

Microprocessors got smaller, faster and more power-efficient, but as they reach their physical limitations, chip architecture is driving performance gains<p>Two of the biggest semiconductor companies made announcements last week that might seem unrelated, but are linked. Intelannounced its acquisition …

Artificial Intelligence

Inside the Race To Build Next Generation Battery Technology

To solve truly big and complex problems, we need to build new platforms for collaboration.<p>The garage startup has become as much of an American icon in the twenty first century as the automobile and the drive-in were to earlier generations. The idea that anyone with an idea can change the world is …

Innovation

Google’s Hand-Fed AI Now Gives Answers, Not Just Search Results

ASK THE GOOGLE search app “What is the fastest bird on Earth?,” and it will tell you.<p>“Peregrine falcon,” the phone says. “According to YouTube, the …

59 impressive things artificial intelligence can do today

<b>2050.</b><p>That's the year in which artificial intelligence will be able to perform <b>any intellectual task a human can perform</b>, according to one survey of experts at a recent AI conference. Anything and everything any person has ever done in all of history — all of it doable, by 2050, by intelligent …

Devs without programming knowledge soon could create dynamic AI

During GDC last week, the crew behind the GDC X One Life Left podcast took the time to speak with a handful of people working on interesting projects …

What is IBM Watson? An evolution in artificial intelligence and why technology won't kill us all

IBM tells IBTimes UK about the future of cognitive computing and how AI isn't something to be feared.<p>In 2011, IBM sent its supercomputer Watson onto …

Singularity: Explain It to Me Like I'm 5-Years-Old

Supercomputers to Superintelligence<p>Here’s an experiment that fits all ages: approach your mother and father (if they’re asleep, use caution). Ask …

Super Smash Bros AI beats top humans before ‘failing spectacularly'

Last week, MIT showed off Smashbot, an AI trained to beat humans at <i>Super Smash Bros Melee</i>. Playing as Captain Falcon, Smashbot beat a number of highly-ranked players.<p>Smashbot was built by a team led by Vlad Firoiu. Through a combination of deep learning algorithms and practice against the in-game …

This animation shows how fast a rocket must go to leave every planet

Elon Musk's private rocket company SpaceX announced Monday that it plans to launch two paying customers around the moon in late 2018.<p>How hard will that be to accomplish, exactly?<p>Gravity makes it possible for us to live on Earth, but it also makes it pretty hard to leave.<p>Satellites fight gravity by …

Merging our brains with machines won't stop the rise of the robots

Tesla chief executive and OpenAI founder Elon Musk suggested last week that humanity might stave off irrelevance from the rise of the machines by …

Machine Learning

Our Computers Are Learning How to Code Themselves

On the Hunt for Code<p>Those of you who followed the first season of HBO’s “Westworld” know that one of the things that made an artificially intelligent …

Machine Learning

Could hearing loss be treated with a shot to the ear?

If you've ever been warned about listening to too much loud music, then you may have heard that the sound-processing cells in our inner ear are …

Pikazo Uses Artificial Intelligence to Turn Pics into Masterpieces

<b>The Pikazo app uses a special neural algorithm to transform snapshots into works of art.</b>Many children are natural-born artists, creating crayon …

The Mind-Bending Mathematics Behind Quantum Computers

And if you've had your coffee, maybe you can even understand half of it.<p>Quantum computing is a lot to wrap your mind around. To put things very simply (as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did recently, with surprising eloquence) regular computers are made up of bits—ones and zeros—which are …