This week, even the brightest minds in artificial intelligence are taking stock. Read on to dive deeper into the codependence of man and machine.
FROM DIGITAL JOURNAL: Artificial Intelligence — Who Is Responsible for the Outcomes?
Nobody’s perfect – not even AI. But, advanced research into machine learning can continue to answer society’s many questions regarding the evolving technology.
FROM THE WASHINGTON POST: Shaken by Hype, Self-Driving Leaders Adopt New Strategy
Many leaders in the competitive self-driving movement are deciding to take a more humble approach toward the complex technology, staying patient as they create truly safe autonomous vehicles.
FROM FORTUNE: How AI Is Changing How We Build Things
Collaborative robots, or “cobots,” are just one way to make up for the qualities humans lack. By working with these machines, assembly line employees can be faster, stronger, and more accurate than ever before.
FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES: The Computer Chauffeur Is Creeping Closer
Artificial intelligence takes human abilities like object recognition and simple rule following to a super-human level. Could AI one day be the answer to eliminating human error behind the wheel?