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The Chinese government wants a US$15B AI market by 2018

(Source: e27.co)

Ever since AlphaGo and Lee Sodol faced off in five games of Go, awareness around AI in China has risen sharply. But years before AI became trendy, China’s tech giants have been investing in AI technology, such as Chinese web services company Baidu. 200 more words

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Why Analytics Projects Fail - #5: Organizational Politics

One of the biggest hindrances to the success of analytics projects is something most of us have experienced, organizational politics.

Organizational politics are informal, unofficial, and sometimes behind-the-scenes efforts to sell ideas, influence an… 597 more words

Dan Meyer

"Doublethink" is the Test of a First-Rate Intelligence

Doublethink means the power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one’s mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them.
George Orwell, “1984”

The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.

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Access to "intelligence"

It is not “what you know”, but “whom you know”?

We often hear this saying from people who seemed to be distrustful of the kind of system that we have in the country. 498 more words

Education

Anonymous Ops Trending, Where are the Other Hacktivists?

Not long ago, several hacktivist groups like the Syrian Electronic Army and Lizard Squad were making headlines on a weekly basis with new hacktivism campaigns and random attacks. 803 more words

Risk

Artificial Creativity

Artificial Intelligence already outsmarted the human brain, but will it also get more creative?

Google’s AlphaGo defeated Go champion Lee Sedol last March. Go can be compared to chess, but the 2,500-year-old game is exponentially more complex and requires (among humans) an added degree of intuition. 395 more words

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AI 101: What is it, and what can we expect from it?

(Source: e27.co)

Advanced technology advancements have made artificial intelligence more ubiquitous in our modern society. It is present in robotics, cars and is even tackling ancient board games. 1,124 more words

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