Where #AI can replace humans, and not

Reflections on the current development of artificial intelligence, and the role of humans and robots going forward.

Artificial Intelligence: When Will the Robots Rebel?

“So while we can’t know exactly how artificial intelligence will affect human life, it’s certain that AI will affect us profoundly, and unpredictably.”

As Artificial Intelligence surges forward, how will it effect our lives? A comprehensive look at AI’s future with comments from top scientists and developers.

Source: Artificial Intelligence – Datamation

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The ALPHA #AI defeats veteran fighter pilot

Given this development, robots might replace humans as pilots within a decade.

Veteran pilot loses simulated dogfight to ALPHA artificial intelligence.

Source: Veteran pilot loses simulated dogfight to ALPHA artificial intelligence.

“RE•WORK | Blog – 5 Reasons to Enter #AI Development in 2017”

Artificial intelligence is one of the most exciting scientific developments in human history. Only a decade ago, AI was a far-fetched fairy tale. Advancements in deep learning have propelled AI enthusiasts’ wildest dreams into reality. In fact, artificial intelligence is already a part of our everyday lives, whether it be in the form of your email app that learns what messages you frequently trash or the digital assistant tracking your speech patterns. AI is more than a passing fad or unfortunate bubble. It’s the future.

Source: RE•WORK | Blog – 5 Reasons to Enter AI Development in 2017

“What Leading #AI, Machine Learning And Robotics Scientists Say About The Future”

In a rare event, some of the world’s leading scientists, tech execs and investors convened in San Francisco at the first G-Summit, organized by the GWC. The exclusive group shared breakthrough research and discussed both good and challenging implications.

Source: What Leading AI, Machine Learning And Robotics Scientists Say About The Future

Self-driving cars over the years – a timeline from IDG Connect

From 1925 over to 2020 when several brands think fully self-driving cars are available to buy.

 

IDG Connect – InfoShot: History of the self-driving car

Autonomous vehicles didn’t start with Google.

Source: IDG Connect – InfoShot: History of the self-driving car