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Vend Introduces Dott, the AI Partner for Retail

Auckland, New Zealand - 22 November 2017 - Today point-of-sale and retail management software firm Vend launches Dott, an artificial intelligence …

eCommerce

Chapman Tripp says artificial Intelligence automates tasks, not jobs

Law firm launches technology and innovation business.

Intelligence

Zeren deploys Luminance's artificial intelligence

20 November 2017<p>Zeren, the technology and innovation business of New Zealand’s leading full-service commercial law firm Chapman Tripp, has selected …

Artificial Intelligence

‘AI will power the next wave of economic progress’: Jayne Opperman, Westpac

Collaboration, not competition, between humans and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies will usher in the next wave of economic growth and …

Intelligence

TopLink

a16z Podcast: Putting AI in Medicine, in Practice

There’s been a lot of talk about technology — and AI, deep learning, and machine learning specifically — finally reaching the healthcare sector. But …

Ben Horowitz

Now it’s personal: South Korea calls to arms in AI race after Go Master felled by AlphaGo | This Week In Asia | South China Morning Post

No one has ever accused South Korea of lacking in national pride, so when Google’s AlphaGo artificial intelligence (AI) soundly defeated its Go …

Artificial Intelligence

China Is Using America's Own Plan to Dominate the Future of Artificial Intelligence

In late 2016, the Obama administration published three reports that shared an extraordinary conclusion: advances in machine learning, a technology …

Artificial Intelligence

Google's AI guru predicts humans and machines will merge within 20 years

Public perception of artificial intelligence technology, in 2017, seems to lie somewhere at the intersection of existential fear and cautious optimism. Yet there’s a growing movement of people who believe AI is crucial to the evolution of our species. These people aren’t outsiders or outliers — …

Singularity

The “free” economy comes at a cost

FACEBOOK, whose users visit for an average of 50 minutes a day, promises members: “It’s free and always will be.” It certainly sounds like a steal. …

Economics

The Real Solution to Auckland's Transportation Nightmare. It's Not a Train.

With the elections behind us, and a newly installed government making pledges to spend taxpayer dollars, it’s time to discuss how AI will …

Transportation

Re:scam - Netsafe: Online safety for New Zealand

<b>$12 billion is lost globally to phishing scams every year. It’s time we fought back.</b><p>Introducing Re:scam – an artificially intelligent email bot made …

Security

Artificial intelligence will create new kinds of work

WHEN the first printed books with illustrations started to appear in the 1470s in the German city of Augsburg, wood engravers rose up in protest. …

Artificial Intelligence in Education: Where It’s At, Where It’s Headed

Artificial intelligence is predicted to fundamentally alter the nature of society by 2040. Investment in AI start-ups was estimated at $6-$9 billion …

Artificial Intelligence

Workforce of the future - The competing forces shaping 2030

Contact us<p><b>Carol Stubbings</b> <br>Partner, Joint Global Leader for People and Organisation, PwC UK<br>Tel: +44 (207) 804 9859 <br>Email<p><b>Jon Williams</b> <br>Partner, Joint …

The City

DeepMind’s Go-playing AI doesn’t need human help to beat us anymore

The company’s latest AlphaGo AI learned superhuman skills by playing itself over and over<p>Google’s AI subsidiary DeepMind has unveiled the latest version of its Go-playing software, AlphaGo Zero. The new program is a significantly better player than the version that beat the game’s world champion …

Artificial Intelligence

FMA fast-tracks robo-advice

Firms can apply for an exemption to the law from early next year.

New Zealand News

Abandoning driver's seat to cut the road toll

You can cut the road toll to almost nothing, but you have to let a computer control your car. University of Otago researchers are contemplating the …

Intelligence

How Governments Are Preparing for Artificial Intelligence

<b>Published on</b> August 18th, 2017 | <i>by Joshua New</i><p>0<p>Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to <b>dramatically transform huge swathes of the economy and</b> …

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence and government regulation

onOctober 12, 2017 in Federal, ICT, Opinion, Technology<p>We are moving rapidly towards a world where robots and artificial intelligence (AI) systems …

Intelligence

Google and Uber’s Best Practices for Deep Learning

There is more to building a sustainable Deep Learning solution that what is provided by Deep Learning frameworks like TensorFlow and PyTorch. These …

Machine Learning

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Life 3.0 by Max Tegmark review – we are ignoring the AI apocalypse

Yuval Noah Harari responds to an account of the artificial intelligence era and argues we are profoundly ill-prepared to deal with future technology<p>Artificial intelligence will probably be the most important agent of change in the 21st century. It will transform our economy, our culture, our …

Artificial Intelligence

Bringing Precision to the AI Safety Discussion

Posted by Chris Olah, Google Research We believe that AI technologies are likely to be overwhelmingly useful and beneficial for humanity. ...

Google

Is AI Riding a One-Trick Pony? - MIT Technology Review

I’m standing in what is soon to be the center of the world, or is perhaps just a very large room on the seventh floor of a gleaming tower in downtown …

Deep Learning

[FoR&AI] The Seven Deadly Sins of Predicting the Future of AI

<i>[An essay in my series on the Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence.]</i><p>We are surrounded by hysteria about the future of Artificial …

Science Fiction