AI Experts Pen Open Letter Urging Autonomous Weapon Ban

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The International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Buenos Aires, Argentina received an open letter from over 1,000 robotics researchers and artificial intelligence experts calling for a ban on offensive autonomous weapons. The letter warns that any development of autonomous weapons could issue in a new arms race and pose unknown risks to humanity.

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Artificial Intelligence Machine Gets Testy With Its Programmer

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Amir Mizroch of the Wall Street Journal Digits Blog reports on a Google research study that sought to train a machine to learn about human values—like morality—by using a large database of movie scripts as a training corpus. The comments on the post are as illuminating as the Google work.

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Cognitive Computing App Taps 10,000 Bon Appétit Recipes, Suggests Creative Flavor Combinations

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IBM and Bon Appétit have introduced a one-of-a-kind Chef Watson cognitive computing cooking app that is open to anyone interested in expanding his or her imagination in the kitchen. Created through a collaboration with Bon Appétit, the app inspires home cooks everywhere to discover unexpected flavor combinations to address everyday mealtime challenges in creative ways and bring new ideas to the kitchen.

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Workshop: Cognitive Computing and Sentiment Analysis

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When: July 15, 2015
Where: Sentiment Analysis Symposium; New York, NY

Sue Feldman and Hadley Reynolds will be giving a workshop on cognitive computing and sentiment analysis.

Cognitive computing can be considered a superset of analytics, search, business intelligence, advertising, AI and machine learning.All of these technologies are currently coalescing around the concept of cognitive computing, with a healthy dose of user experience, recommendation engines and contextual personalization thrown in.This presentation by Sue Feldman and Hadley Reynolds, co-founders of ...

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The Case for Cognitive Computing

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When: August 19, 2015 – 9:45 AM
Where: Smart Data Conference; San Jose, CA

Sue Feldman will be giving a session on cognitive computing and its impact on business.

The confluence of big data techniques, NLP, cloud computing have propelled the rising interest in cognitive computing. Beyond they hype, though, is both a promise and a complexity that are poorly understood. This session will define cognitive computing, examine the system components that cognitive systems have in common and their major ...

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Cognitive Computing: Life Imitates Popular Culture

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The pivotal moment in The Imitation Game when viewers knew that Alan Turing and his MI6 colleagues were going to win the day was also the moment they saw the first foreshadowing of cognitive computing—where processes were developed that used a hybrid of man and machine to attack problems beyond the understanding of either.

Turing, the subject of the movie and the book by the same name, was the first to theorize ...

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Cognitive Computing Training from CognitiveScale

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CognitiveScale has announced CognitiveU, which it describes as a comprehensive training curriculum for systems integrators, enterprise IT professionals and application developers. CognitiveU includes interactive sessions that weave together technology, methods and standards to deliver real-life examples and hands-on exercises, the company explains.

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