Now we know what the Social Dilemma is, where will the Social Solution come from? (hint: a disrupter)
The Social Dilemma and Innovators Dilemma are different but both identify the problem fully before moving on to a solution. Could the Innovator’s Solution hold clues for a disruptive path to a ‘Social Solution’?
Guest post by Paul Golding, Full Stack Engineer and AI Specialist at Meta With recent advances in AI towards language understanding (LU), there is increased enthusiasm for digital marketing applications. I recently explored an application in personalization of financial
There is a new kind of Artificial Intelligence emerging that is closer to the human brain. Today’s AI is likely to be built with Machine Learning that uses Deep Neural Networks (DNNs). The ‘Deep’ is due to the multiple layers
I’m a machine and I cannot understand humans. Some mysterious element drives them to do things that have no reasonable explanation. This element, they call it the ‘human spirit’, it drives them to attempt the impossible. Sometimes it’s magnificent and
Every few months I have to delete my twitter app off my phone. Otherwise I might fall prey to ‘Social Media Empathy Burnout Fatigue Syndrome’. This isn’t really a thing. It’s a combination of ‘empathy burnout‘ and ‘social media fatigue‘.
Chatbots can benefit from paying attention to what is not said. In any conversation there is a skill to reading between the lines. The way you say something is just as laden with information as the content being conveyed. There
What is human intelligence? A formal definition is ‘the ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills’. It turns out an all encompassing definition for intelligence is not easy to find as it can be defined in many different ways.
Yesterday I attended an event titled ‘Are Machines Conscious? Debating AI’s Final Frontier’. I didn’t have to read much more of a description to sign up, I was intrigued. The event was a zoom call hosted by AI LA where
There are assistants and then there are agents. The way they behave is different. Even among agents themselves there are differences. Some agents simply ‘act on someone else’s behalf’ but then there are the kind of agents that ‘take an
The relationship between Technology (or Science) and Philosophy used to be indistinguishable. Historically, the philosophers of the past were also the mathematicians, scientists and inventors of the day. How much impact this had we don’t know, but we can be
We have had the information stage. You could argue we are now in a curation stage. Or maybe an ‘age of reckoning’ where technology needs to step up and prove it’s worth. But what if we entered an entirely new