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A clever study of video games reveals how the background knowledge people take for granted gives us an edge over machine learning.
Artificial intelligence video tools make it relatively easy to put one person’s face on another person’s body with few traces of manipulation. I tried it on myself. What could go wrong?
Despite the many machine learning discoveries being made by academics, and an increasing amount of data available, companies are struggling to deploy machine learning to solve real business problems. In short, the gap for most companies isn’t that machine learning doesn’t work, but that they struggle to actually use it.
People are already starting to feel the effects of artificial intelligence, even if they don’t realize it. Most people think they will definitely experience the impact of AI in the next five years, according to a survey of 4,000 consumers worldwide by consumer insight consultancy Northstar Research in 2017.
Here’s a curious question: Imagine it is the year 2023 and self-driving cars are finally navigating our city streets. For the first time one of them has hit and killed a pedestrian, with huge media coverage. A high-profile lawsuit is likely, but what laws should apply?