Month: October 2018

The Machine Question Critical Perspectives on AI Robots and Ethics

At last, a masterful integration of the many disparate reflections on whether intelligent machines can ever be admitted to the community of moral subjects as either moral agents and/or moral patients. David Gunkel goes on to make a significant contribution to any further discussion of the topic in a final section that deconstructs the machine…
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Ai Picture Utility

The program includes a slide-show builder, but slide shows only can be run on the computer on which the program is installed. Ai Picture Utility offers all kinds of filters you can combine using the macros editor and apply to multiple images. You can automatically preview the results of your editing. Some of the tools,…
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International Journal of Business and Social Science

Companies, business organizations, government agencies and educational institutions require Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software in order to manage their operations. This paper will investigate about the features of different ERP systems. It will provide detailed information about how these features are used, the various departments they are dedicated to and…Under the impulsion of the power…
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Singularity University Hope or hype?

Medicine, Neuroscience & Human Enhancement This all sounds wonderful: that is, I wonder if Kurzweil, Diamandis, and Page actually believe that the solutions to poverty, hunger, and pandemics will be found in technology. Ive been to two of KurzweilsSingularity Summits, including the most recent, in October. I didnt write about it here because I simply…
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Best Book On Artificial Intelligence

We’re obviously deeply interested in AI and as a team have gone through a long list of books on the topic.  Some of us were beginners at the start, others were already experts.  Here is a shortlist that reflects our collective recommendations, but we’ve highlighted who we think should find the particular book most interesting…
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How AI-powered malware uses facial recognition technology

Marc PH. Stoecklin:What we show in this proof of concept is AI-powered malware through a distribution channel, which is using unsuspicious, innocent-looking application. We use for this purpose a videoconferencing application that we call Talk. Were downloading this application. The user is opening the application from his download and it is running. What happened now,…
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Best mobile games of May 2015

It adds, of course, the zombies, which includes zombie goats and zombie everything else, a crafting system that allows you to craft weapons, a large new map, survival mode, where you have to eat something every five minutes, and a bunch of unlockable new goats, because why would you play an Angora when you could…
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LAUNCH OF PARTNERSHIP ON AI – OPEN DOORS

Alexander Görlach is an affiliate professor with the F. D. Roosevelt Foundations In Defense of Democracy-Program at Adams House, at Harvard University College. He is further a fellow to the Center for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) at the University of Cambridge, UK, and a senior fellow to the Carnegie Coincil…
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AI Reports

AI Now developed a toolkit to help advocates uncover and understand where algorithms are being used in government and to inform advocacy strategies and tactics. The toolkit includes a breakdown of key concepts and questions, an overview of existing research, summaries of algorithmic systems currently used in government, and guidances on advocacy strategies to identify…
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20 terrifying uses of artificial intelligence

Hackers are beginning to use AI technologies to carry outmalicious cyberattacks online. By using AI as an attack vector, hackers have the capability of carrying out large-scale attacks at even faster rates, which would be detrimental to organizations and individuals Google experimentedwith a self-learning computer that had a simulated neural network. The computer was provided…
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