Ideas about artificial intelligence (AI) have tended to swirl around without offering me much to think about. I use Siri and Hello Google on my iPhone, I’m aware of the increasingly powerful social media algorithms, and I’ve watched, with some interest, the accomplishments of IBM’s Watson. 330 more words
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If you’re looking for a little AI-related news, yesterday didn’t disappoint.
The New York Times reported that the largest fund company in the world, BlackRock, will be throwing a counterpunch against all those little pesky computer-driven funds that have sprouted up over the past several years. 260 more words
“Donald, you said you could shake up Washington and make it work again. Instead, you’re the one who got worked over.”
The following letter by Maureen Dowd is the one that I would have liked to have delivered to the White House. It focuses on the point that the recent AHCA healthcare law drafted by republicans was counter to what the president had promised his followers and that he is being played by the US House republicans. 1,008 more words
It is unlikely that Donald Trump gets good advice or constructive criticism from his inner circle. He just loves hearing from sycophants, or bathing his ego in adoring campaign style crowds or sucking up to tyrants and oligarchs who say they like him. 229 more words