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“The Reasonable Robot” Looks At The Intersection Of Artificial Intelligence (AI) And Law

“The Reasonable Robot” Looks At The Intersection Of Artificial Intelligence (AI) And Law

Artificial Intelligence – I was sent a copy of Ryan Abbott’s “The Reasonable Robot” by the publishers. It is an interesting book that discusses a few critical areas of law as they could interact with artificial intelligence (AI).

How machine learning finds anomalies to catch financial cybercriminals

How machine learning finds anomalies to catch financial cybercriminals

In the last few months, millions of dollars have been stolen from unemployment systems during this time of immense pressure due to coronavirus-related claims. A skilled ring of international fraudsters has been submitting false unemployment claims for individuals that still have steady work. The attackers use previously acquired Personally Identifiable Information (PII) such as social…
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The Emergence Of ML Ops

The Emergence Of ML Ops

ML – In the latter part of the 2000s, DevOps solutions emerged as a set of practices and solutions that combines development-oriented activities (Dev) with IT operations (Ops) in order to accelerate the development cycle while maintaining efficiency in delivery and predictable, high levels of quality. The core principles of DevOps include an Agile approach…
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If AI's So Smart, Why Can't It Grasp Cause and Effect?

If AI’s So Smart, Why Can’t It Grasp Cause and Effect?

Deep-learning models can spot patterns that humans can’t. But software still can’t explain, say, what caused one object to collide with another. AI – Here’s a troubling fact. A self-driving car hurtling along the highway and weaving through traffic has less understanding of what might cause an accident than a child who’s just learning to…
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Pentagon advisory board releases principles for ethical use of artificial intelligence in warfare

Pentagon advisory board releases principles for ethical use of artificial intelligence in warfare

Hoping to prepare for what many see as a coming revolution in weaponry enabled by artificial intelligence ― and convince a skeptical public that it can apply such innovations responsibly ― the U.S. military is taking early steps to define the ethical boundaries for how it will use such systems. On Thursday, a Pentagon advisory…
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