Sunday, March 20, 2016

Weekly Review 20 March 2016

Some interesting links that I Tweeted about in the last week:

  1. So, computers are now better at Go, than the best human player:
  2. 7 situations where more data isn't necessarily better: 
  3. Human vs AlphaGo now 1-3 in favour of the machine:
  4. Follow the instructions when applying for a job: And ecologists, don't ask me for a postdoc position, I'm comp sci!
  5. 4-1 to the machine: 
  6. US companies are buying-up British AI companies: 
  7. Should all research papers be free? Yes, they should!
  8. Call for Papers: ICTAI 2016: The 28th International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence, November...
  9. List of resources on machine learning:
  10. Human-assisted machine learning: I seem to remember Arthur C. Clarke writing about something similar 30 years ago.
  11. AI needs to work with humans, not against them:
  12. I wonder if these robo-advisors use machine learning or other AI technology?
  13. A bit depressing, but not terribly surprising: 
  14. "Preferred reviewers"?? Not the best idea ever:
  15. Fundamentals of deep learning:
  16. Applying Sun Tzu's Art of War to software development:
  17. South Korea is investing big in AI research:
  18. 80 % of Chinese workers think AI will replace them. Conversely, only 39 % of German workers think the same:

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