Review of some areas where GANs have been applied for all those people that keep asking me where do they get applied, haha.
My contribution to what I feel like is fundamentally lacking from the "dangers of AI" debate.
A year ago, I wrote about the Good Judgment Project -- an attempt to use prediction markets to study our understanding of forecasting of geo-political events. I was lucky to be selected as one of the participants in this project and now I am eager to share my thoughts.
I wanted to write a personal post about my experience speaking at an international conference and what I think the trouble with policy-makers trying to spur entrepreneurship is.
An amazing week filled with learning about tech and startups, in the presence of inspiring people, cool businesses and most importantly fellow scholars--probably the most awesome group of people in existence.
My experiences at #hachZurich (http://hackzurich.com/): 30+ hours of coding, 5 hours of sleep, 14 hours of transportation door-to-door and back. One epic weekend.
For an Artificial Intelligence (AI) professional, or data scientist, the barrage of AI-marketing can evoke very different feelings than for a general audience. For one thing, the AI indu
Prioritized list of AI threats: care about what you Musk (I apologise for the bad joke, but the original name of the article was “SELECT FROM ai_threats ORDER BY danger DESC” and even
A year has passed since I started to make predictions for this fascinating project run by Philip Tetlock a man that has dedicated about 30 years of his life to understanding geo-political forec