Category Archives: Artificial Intelligence

What is emotion AI and why should you care?

An article with this title was published by KDnuggets. “Emotions help us to understand and explore the world. What if we could incorporate emotions into machine learning systems to help inform them?” Link

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Can a human brain hold your life experience?

A human brain is an amazing instrument. It combines huge data storage with massive real-time processing. According to Scientific American [1], the memory capacity of the human brain was reported to have the equivalent of 2.5 petabytes (2500 TB) of memory capacity. This … Continue reading

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Why intelligences fail?

Alain Chabrier, from IBM Decision Optimization Team: “These days, everyone has become an expert. Everyone knows about Covid-19, everyone has an opinion on what should have been done before, what should be done now, and what should be done later. … Continue reading

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Undecidability

Walid Saba pointed to the article “Machine learning leads mathematicians to unsolvable problem” that states that a simple artificial-intelligence problem puts researchers up against a logical paradox discovered by Kurt Gödel. “The undecidability in the latest results points to what … Continue reading

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AI’s Premier Award 2020 goes to Gene Freuder

The premier AI award, the IJCAI Research Excellence Award, this year goes to Professor Eugene C. Freuder. It is Gene Freuder who said: “We are in the business of helping computers help people make better decisions.” In 1997 in his … Continue reading

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An “Embarrassing” Challenge for ML/DL experts

Walid Saba published “An Embarrassing Challenge“. He states that it would be no problem for a 4-year old to point to the teacher and to the mother on these pictures: But can an ML/DL algorithm recognize who is who? Link

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Lex Fridman: Escaping the Local Optimum of Low Expectation

Many of well-known experts in the knowledge representation, decision management, machine learning, and AI in general are interested to know what is in the mind of the next generation of AI researchers. Lex Fridman is a young but already well-known … Continue reading

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Deep Learning State of the Art (2020)

Lex Fridman gave a lecture on recent developments in deep learning and AI, and hopes for 2020 as a part of the MIT Deep Learning Lecture Series. Watch

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“Do you love me?”​ How can a computer deal with real sentences?

Prof. Roger Shank just published an article with this title. He writes: “My career was in Natural Language Processing which is only one part of AI. I spent my life trying to figure out ways that computers could understand sentences … Continue reading

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Andrew Ng reports from CES-2020

Andrew NG wrote “AI Steals CES” in his weekly Batch: “AI ruled the convention floor at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. As usual, many products on display were half-baked concepts or solutions looking for problems. Among the … Continue reading

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