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AI Learning to be Mean

Posted: 12/03/2017 by broadyesl in artificial intelligence, Uncategorized

Read “AI learned to betray others. Here’s why that’s okay” at https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2017/02/ai-learned-to-betray-others-heres-why-thats-okay?utm_content=buffer2d2c2&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer for a scary scenario

Source:  http://www.thetechedvocate.org/what-will-artificial-intelligence-mean-for-education/

Excerpt:

The question of artificial intelligence in education is not really one of “if” but of “when.” It is projected by The World Economic Forum that by 2020, at least 5 million jobs worldwide will be automated. With computers taking over more jobs, it is imperative that we become advanced at building and interacting with software tools. To this end, President Obama has made a conscious effort to incorporate computer science courses for all U.S. students. If humans are no longer doing the jobs, perhaps they can invent the technology that does. This tech literacy is vital to the future economy but the implications are a bit overwhelming if you really stop to think.

Find more info here at https://medium.com/@GilFewster/the-mind-blowing-ai-announcement-from-google-that-you-probably-missed-2ffd31334805#.96jnanoxh

How much can AI replace humans?  Read more here at http://www.wired.co.uk/article/human-services-cloud

Well, this goes to show how language influences viewpoints!  Read more here:  http://qz.com/768567/when-computers-learn-human-languages-they-also-learn-human-prejudices/