Links July 2017

Posted by Alberto Gómez Aparicio in Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Education, Justice, Links

I have been reading for years basically the same sources through Feedly (and through Google Reader before, and though Bloglines even before). There have been some new ones along the years but the fundamentals have not changed.

On the last weeks I have included a new source and looks like this has been a good decision so far as out of the six links shared, two come from there.

I hope you enjoy them as much as I do:

‘World’s first robot lawyer’ now available in all 50 states

Otra profesión que va a tener que reinventarse. Y mucho.

AI and ‘Enormous Data’ could make tech giants harder to topple

data-poor companies that want to survive in a world where the data rich can expect their algorithms to be smarter have to get creative. Jeremy Achin, CEO of startup DataRobot, guesses that a model seen in insurance where smaller companies (carefully) pool data to make their risk predictions competitive with larger competitors might catch on more broadly as machine learning becomes important to more companies and industries.

The curious comeback of the dreaded QR code

QR codes aren’t a failure from the past. They’re the future. For real this time.

7 Critical Skills for the Jobs of the Future

Instead of teaching students to answer questions, we should teach them to ask them

When Will AI Be Better Than Humans at Everything? 352 AI Experts Answer

Para reflexionar seriamente:

the aggregate forecast was that there is a 50 percent chance that “unaided machines can accomplish every task better and more cheaply than human workers” within 45 years, and a 10 percent chance of it occurring within nine years.

What Will It Be Like To Have Robot Coworkers?

Explainers and sustainers are new jobs that involve explaining AI and how it’s working and maintaining or improving AI systems over time.