- BOSTON (AP) — IBM is planning to spend $240 million over the next decade to create an artificial intelligence research lab at MIT.
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Thursday announced the formation of the new MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab.
- It will support joint research by IBM and MIT scientists.
- Its mission will include advancing the hardware, software and algorithms used for artificial intelligence.
BOSTON (AP) — IBM is planning to spend $240 million over the next decade to create an artificial intelligence research lab at MIT.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Thursday announced the formation of the new MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab. It will support joint research by IBM and MIT scientists.
Its mission will include advancing the hardware, software and algorithms used for artificial intelligence. It also will tackle some of the economic and ethical implications of intelligent machines and look at its commercial application for industries ranging from health care to cybersecurity.
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The pace of change in digital technology is accelerating exponentially, particularly in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). All major technology companies are reorganizing around this red-hot sector, and it dominated discussions and presentations at the recent World Economic Forum 2017 in Davos. In this series, I will try to provide an overview of what constitutes AI, how it is already being applied to banking, insurance and capital markets today, and how organizations can craft a value-driven AI strategy.
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- Not at all, says chess grandmaster and former World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov.
- Kasparov has direct experience of being humbled by a machine, so it’s perhaps surprising that he has a pro-AI outlook.
- Since then Kasparov has gone on to become something of an AI authority: his new book, Deep Thinking: Where Machine Intelligence Ends and Human Creativity Begins was released last month.
- The BBC Click team caught up with Kasparov at this year’s Hay Festival in the UK.
- In the video above, watch what he had to say about the inevitability of AI’s rise – and why it could actually be a revolution that will help humans work even better.
The chess grandmaster, who once saw his skills outstripped by artificial intelligence, explains why it’s time to welcome the era of smart machines.
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- Just like humans identify whether or not there is a problem with the car by hearing odd sounds coming from the engine or by hearing creaking sounds, cars can identify as well.
- Their software can give cars the ability to diagnose problems themselves by simply hearing anomalous sounds coming from the car and/or the environment.
- They are testing the tech by providing it with many sounds that come from their cars.
- This can be a huge boost as one of the important factors of customer dissatisfaction is odd noises coming from a car and not being able to locate the problem.
- Other than diagnosing problems, this tech can also be used to help cars in perceiving their environment.
Intelligent machines are not only trying to learn and act like humans, they are beginning to sense their environment like them as well. Latest among them are cars that are getting a sense of hearing that would allow them to enhance their intelligence level by perceiving their environment like humans do.
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- To prove this, the experimenters asked the doctors to teach a group software developers how to spot cancer in an MRI image.
- Of course, you could point out that doctors’ jobs could be put at risk by the rise of intelligent machines — and you would be right.
- In the future, we may discover that the best and highest value use for humans won’t be in doing repetitive tasks like driving trucks or “practicing” medicine, but in teaching machines how to do them so humans are freed up to innovate.
- Do a quick Google search and you will see a multitude of stories on how AI and intelligent machines are replacing human (educated) guesswork with super-human precision.
- So instead of worrying about the threat of Artificial Intelligence, let’s look forward to a more prosperous future created by the amazing things AI makes possible.
Learning to Love Artificial Intelligence
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It was my blessing and my curse to be the world chess champion when computers finally reached a world championship level of play. When I resigned the final match game against the IBM supercomputer Deep Blue on May 11, 1997, I became the first world champion to be defeated in a classical match by a machine.
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- That’s the year in which artificial intelligence will be able to perform any intellectual task a human can perform, according to one survey of experts at a recent AI conference.
- How close are we to that all-powerful machine intelligence?
- I wanted to know, but couldn’t find a list of AI’s achievements to date.
- It’s not comprehensive, but it contains links to some of the most impressive feats of machine intelligence around.
- Here’s what AI can do:
What can AI do today? What follows is a list that, though not comprehensive, contains links to some of the most impressive feats of machine intelligence…
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