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  1. ProducerRick Delmonico

    Rick Delmonico

    22/06/2017
    What Level of the Matrix Do You Think You Are In?
    What Level of the Matrix Do You Think You Are In?Rick Delmonico Published on June 10, 2017 You will either love your servitude or you will be given the illusion of choice. In the movie "The Matrix," everything was an illusion, even Zion, In order to mask the deception, the Architect...
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    Luiz Henrique Souza .E.
    23/06/2017 #4 Luiz Henrique Souza .E.
    #3 The ancients say's: The only freedom what exists is the wisdom.
    Brian McKenzie
    23/06/2017 #3 Brian McKenzie
    #2 @Luiz Henrique Souza I was unplugged before the movie - a Genocide in Bosnia will do that do you.
    Luiz Henrique Souza .E.
    23/06/2017 #2 Luiz Henrique Souza .E.
    #1 You look so sad my man...
    The movie just was a conception.
    Brian McKenzie
    23/06/2017 #1 Brian McKenzie
    I need another cup of coffee for a re-read. Being unplugged from the 'Matrix' is not a gift. It is a nihilist hell - it renders everything down to the 'F*ck it - we all die anyway' level. And more cynically - everything was a lie anyway - so again - F*ck it.
  2. ProducerJared Jarueguy

    Jared Jarueguy

    22/06/2017
    The Biggest Obstacles to Machine Learning in Healthcare
    The Biggest Obstacles to Machine Learning in HealthcareNew and innovative tech is revolutionizing the business world. Standard processes are being improved for efficiency, cost-saving measures are being looked at more closely and the focus has turned towards the client and the customer. In the...
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  3. ProducerIan Weinberg

    Ian Weinberg

    05/06/2017
    Time to blend the rules
    Time to blend the rulesWhat was alluded to in light discussion as recently as eighteen months ago has become harsh reality. AI and robotics have come of age and predictions are that somewhere between 25% and 40% of the corporate workforce will be made redundant as a...
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    Jerry Fletcher
    06/06/2017 #25 Jerry Fletcher
    #24 I agree Ian. Sometimes technology gets in the way and other times it greases the skids. I've spent years on the bleeding edge of technology promoting new products and way too often it is the overlooked capability that connects with humanity that makes a product or service successful. As all of us learn to adapt the capabilities of the digital world to our mundane businesses we will find ways to make the products and services we provide more accessible.
    Ian Weinberg
    06/06/2017 #24 Ian Weinberg
    #23 Thanks for that @Jerry Fletcher While reading your comment, a thought occurred to me. Regarding the integration of technology with inter-human engagement, an Uber or Airbnb -type program or concept linking like-minded entrepreneurs in a global network would really get the concept off the ground. I personally would choose to support individuals in trade, who subscribe to the values outlined in my post. Participants would be rated by the network and so it would be in the interests of all those engaged to support, enhance and perpetuate the core values.
    Jerry Fletcher
    06/06/2017 #23 Jerry Fletcher
    Ian,
    There is a change in the air but I must echo your positive attitude expressed at the end of your piece as I see it among the entrepreneurs I serve as a speaker and a consultant. I have seen a young man in bio research build a company and then intentionally put it in the hands of successors so he could start another business to build hand wrought furniture. I spoke with a young woman who worked as a change agent bringing technology to entire countries who is now intent on providing micro loans to women in Africa. As you say, each of us is more than one thing. Each of us can bring more to humanity. Perhaps technology can help us do that.
    Ian Weinberg
    06/06/2017 #22 Ian Weinberg
    #19 G'day mate. Thanks for popping in @Ken Boddie and contributing wholesome stuff. I truly believe that we'll be kick-started to return to rightful inter-human engagement. I take heart from such spaces as beBee where this is the prevailing theme.
    Ian Weinberg
    06/06/2017 #21 Ian Weinberg
    #18 Thanks for that @Todd Jones
    Lance  ๐Ÿ Scoular
    06/06/2017 #20 Lance ๐Ÿ Scoular
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    Ken Boddie
    06/06/2017 #19 Ken Boddie
    The day an on line retailer, or a robot, or a lifeless multiple person transporter can look me straight in the eye, melt me with a smile and make me feel individual and special ...... that's the day I'll cash in my chips and give up on the human race. Until then, Ian, I'll continue to buy, try, ply and fly where good personal service is the norm rather than a distraction. The sooner service providers get back to providing real honest to goodness service, stop ignoring their customers and clients, and stop whinging about on line competition, the sooner we'll be on track and back towards living sucually instead of individually. As you have aptly stated, Ian, the warning signs are there and we can either cut our social ties and be sucked into a descending spiral of oblivious inhumanity or wake up, say g'day, help our mates, and save the day.
    Robots all the while?
    Or service with a smile?
    I hope the choice is still ours to make.
    Todd Jones
    06/06/2017 #18 Todd Jones
    Relevant! Relevant! Relevant! Brilliant commentary Ian. I can only hope that your optimistic conclusion proves accurate.
    Ian Weinberg
    06/06/2017 #17 Ian Weinberg
    #16 Thanks for that @Pascal Derrien
    Pascal Derrien
    06/06/2017 #16 Pascal Derrien
    Music to my ears you have just described Social Entrepreneurship not CSR bull chip something SE is on the rise conceptually and finding its ways to be a sustainable model economically speaking identifying a problem and fixing it is the philosophy not creating new ones :-) a good one again @Ian Weinberg :-)
    Ian Weinberg
    06/06/2017 #15 Ian Weinberg
    #14 Thanks as always for your enlightened contribution @Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    06/06/2017 #14 Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    I see the horror and I baulk
    Not one step further shall I walk;
    For once beyond the point of no return,
    In endless remorse is where I'll burn.
    ..................

    There is something about human nature Doc, that resists the urge not to repeat history. So unless something is endemic, unless the pain and the horror hits every individual, every family in some way or the other, the sea change we are hoping for would be difficult to manifest. I too wait for a miracle to put a lie to what I just said, but it sure is no easy road ahead. We are too anaesthetised by the aspirational hype and media unleashed tripe to really get our perspectives right. The truth hidden behind the lie will never get to meet the eye. What you see is what you get will always be the safest bet.

    I prefer not show the middle one yet and I keep them others crossed however ;)
    Ian Weinberg
    06/06/2017 #13 Ian Weinberg
    #10 Thanks @Paul Walters Hope it doesn't cause indigestion. In the event of any discomfort, refer to the post of @Randall Burns from paradise which shall surely cure all maladies!
    Ian Weinberg
    06/06/2017 #12 Ian Weinberg
    #9 Thanks for the optimistic input @David B. Grinberg The proof is in the pudding ... watch this space!
    Paul Walters
    06/06/2017 #10 Paul Walters
    @Ian Weinberg another gem that makes one think. I'm currently hopping ( literally) around Cambodia where, from my initial observations I can see that the country and its people are battered and bruised. It has the feeling of instability and discontent . AI is a long long way off here as the impoverished people simply toil away to simply feed their families. However another great buzz that I am digesting along with my breakfast.Thank you .
    David B. Grinberg
    06/06/2017 #9 David B. Grinberg
    Thanks for this buzzing blog post and your astute analysis on such a timely issue, Ian. However, being an eternal optimist leads me to believe that as old jobs are superseded by AI, machine learning and robotics, new jobs will be created with new and unforeseen technology. Jobs were also lost during the Industrial Revolution, but new jobs emerged. I think the same historical pattern will repeat itself. Another benefit might be working fewer hours but having more time for family and leisure, perhaps with 3-4 day work week. Thus, rather than being burnt out and stressed out by information overload -- buttressed by the frenetic pace of life in the Information Age -- perhaps the new tech noted above will enable people to finally achieve a real work-life balance (which is all too elusive today). Sometimes being an eternal optimist is a good thing, other times it may result in being naive by failing to see the facts. I'm putting my money on the former, not the latter. Ultimately, time will tell. Thanks again for such a thought-provoking and interesting read.
    Franci๐ŸEugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    06/06/2017 #8 Franci๐ŸEugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    Superb read @Ian Weinberg. A "blend" of excellent ideas, indeed.
    debasish majumder
    05/06/2017 #6 debasish majumder
    extremely relevant post sir @Ian Weinberg! enjoyed read and shared. thank you for such enriching post.
  4. Nicole Chardenet
    Still not buying the notion that machine translation and AI will 'dry up' the work for human translators...although I think the nature of their work will change. I think they'll do more post-editing than they're accustomed to but that it will bring them revenue for work they could never have handled themselves. And that some translation projects you just can't entrust to a machine. Anyone got any of their own insights into the future of human translation?
    Nicole Chardenet
    What happens as artificial intelligence encroaches on professional translation?
    english.hani.co.kr Translators are likely to see some of their work dry up, and will have to adopt a โ€œstartup mentalityโ€, expert...
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  5. ProducerbeBee in English
    How will artificial intelligence help in healthcare?
    How will artificial intelligence help in healthcare?Today technology advances exponentially in all areas around us. Some of the sectors that have evolved the most are online training, social networks, online procedures, and one of the most important, healthcare.Healthcare is one of the most important...
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  6. Producergennaro cuofano

    gennaro cuofano

    29/05/2017
    How AI Is Disrupting Content Marketing
    How AI Is Disrupting Content MarketingBack in 1990s the web was still a shapeless creature. Almost like a Hydra monster with its many heads, it seemed untameable. Made of millions of pages. Those were all disjointed and disconnected. Either you knew exactly the name of the website your...
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    gennaro cuofano
    04/06/2017 #2 gennaro cuofano
    #1 true Joyce, internet has become a noisy environment that can disrupt your tranquillity, unless you manage to find a way through it.
    Joyce ๐Ÿ Bowen   Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    29/05/2017 #1 Joyce ๐Ÿ Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    I remember the emergence of this creature called the internet. Pages were fewer and information explicit. There was relatively little to sift through to find highly relevant information. Now, this beast lies before me and I find it harder to sift through the chaff. But I am relearning strategies for meandering through information, and I'm loving it.
  7. ProducerNeil Hughes

    Neil Hughes

    21/05/2017
    Google For Jobs - AI Will Not Take Your Job, It Will Help You Find One
    Google For Jobs - AI Will Not Take Your Job, It Will Help You Find OneHardly day passes by without yet another announcement about another groundbreaking use of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. These are undoubtedly the biggest trends of 2017. But don't be fooled into dismissing as just another tech fad...
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    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    23/05/2017 #5 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    This is technology I love, thanks for the great buzz @Neil Hughes!!
    Zacharias ๐Ÿ Voulgaris
    22/05/2017 #4 Zacharias ๐Ÿ Voulgaris
    A.I. has a great deal to offer to the world, through science, logistics, and a variety of optimizations in our infrastructure. When it is at the service of a company like G, I seriously doubt it will benefit anyone, apart from the company itself (at the expense of everyone else).
    Jared ๐Ÿ Wiese โžก I sell YOU. Fast!
    22/05/2017 #3 Jared ๐Ÿ Wiese โžก I sell YOU. Fast!
    'The next generation of job seekers will probably skip the search process entirely and set an alert that will find work in their area based on their preferences. Applying for a new role would then be as simple as a single click on the โ€œApplyโ€ button.'
    Jared ๐Ÿ Wiese โžก I sell YOU. Fast!
    22/05/2017 #2 Jared ๐Ÿ Wiese โžก I sell YOU. Fast!
    Great info. Thanks, @Neil Hughes!
    Sharing...
  8. ProducerGabriel Bazzolo

    Gabriel Bazzolo

    22/05/2017
    Dubaiโ€™s first โ€˜Robocopโ€™ begins patrolling streets
    Dubaiโ€™s first โ€˜Robocopโ€™ begins patrolling streetsAlthough he is not referring exclusively to the post about the industry of drones that I publish habitually I think it necessary, by the turning point that represents, to make this post about the worldโ€™s first robot policeman has officially joined...
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    Gabriel Bazzolo
    23/05/2017 #4 Gabriel Bazzolo
    #3 Thanks Lisa, your doubts are valid and there are a number of philosophical, social, economic and theological confrontations. It is true that technology is very useful and all development is in a way designed to improve our quality of life, but we also run the risk of technology molding us as a society and not the opposite. It is interesting that in societies begin to consider this debate, not to create constraint but to seek to develop the best methods for these technologies to be inserted at the best possible level.

    Best regards
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    23/05/2017 #3 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    Whoa, taking up 25% of the police force by 2030. If this trend continues, many people will be out of jobs and what cheap pay... Oh wait, just buy and maintain. It also scares me that they say the robots can read facial expressions, what if they are wrong and what are the consequences if they feel your expression equates to a threatening individual when in reality you're just crapping your pants LOL? Not sure how I feel about this. Technology is great but are we going to go too far as a Society and also become even less social than we are already becoming? Thanks for this, interesting none the less!
  9. ProducerRoger Hilleboe

    Roger Hilleboe

    20/05/2017
    Drama Rendered Cheap
    Drama Rendered CheapI shot this steeple with my iPhone and processed it using three inexpensive iPhone photo Apps: Rainy Daze, LensLight, and Snapseed. Same goes for the cropped BG photo at top.With Artificial Intelligence (AI), it will soon be simple, fast, and cheap...
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  10. George Touryliov
    With todayโ€™s technology resembling a scene out of โ€˜The Jetsonsโ€™ and innovation happening at the speed of light, there is concern that automation will eliminate jobs, or even supplant the human race. While the opportunity provided by innovation is boundless, letโ€™s step back for a moment and consider the current situation.
    George Touryliov
    Artificial Intelligence - Embrace Technology, Don't Fear It | Field Service Matters
    www.fieldservicematters.com The concern about the impact technology will have on jobs is as old as technology itself. Here's why you should stop fearing artificial...
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  11. George Touryliov
    Read on to learn how Artificial Intelligence driven schedule optimization solution, enables SGS Automotive meet customer service level agreements (SLAs) and deliver faster service.
    George Touryliov
    Schedule Optimization & SGS Automotive | ClickSoftware Blog
    www.clicksoftware.com SGS Automotive was experiencing a high volume of growth and it was difficult to manage. Learn how they used schedule optimization to...
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  12. Nicole Chardenet
    I see a lot of "The robots are coming for our jobs!" hysterics re AI every day on social media, along with "Now everyone will know everything about us!" And, there are some valid reasons to be concerned about both. But it really is like The Force - it can be used for good as well as evil. I see it as something that can free up humans to do more interesting work...if we're willing to train the humans, and if they're willing to learn something new.
    Nicole Chardenet
    Artificial intelligence emerging as a force for good
    www.information-management.com Businesses and consumers are starting to embrace AI as a technology that can solve complex global...
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  13. George Touryliov
    In our first installment of Adventures in Artificial Intelligence, we defined four different versions of AI, and how each could potentially impact service. In this weekโ€™s installment, youโ€™re in for a wild ride. Things have been very interesting in artificial intelligence circles.
    George Touryliov
    Field Service Management โ€“ Artificial Intelligence Trends | Field Service Matters Blog
    www.fieldservicematters.com Get a taste of top AI stories, and learn how virtual assistant and AI technology are merging to offer field service amazing...
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  14. George Touryliov
    AI is potentially a great method for processing vast amounts of data, providing insights, recommendations and, in some cases, actions. And, since there are a lot of manual, one-off processes in B2B marketing, thereโ€™s a significant opportunity for AI to have tremendous impact.
    George Touryliov
    A B2B Marketerโ€™s Guide to Artificial Intelligence
    www.business2community.com Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are very topical and seem to be used interchangeably. First, a few definitions: What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)? Artificial Intelligence...
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  15. George Touryliov
    Todayโ€™s artificial intelligence software is capable of helping employees from both a people standpoint and a hard data standpoint, marrying culture with productivity. Challenges, like absorbing data points and navigating cognitive bias, give way before AI, allowing you to get more done and increase sales effectiveness.
    George Touryliov
    3 Ways Sales Managers Can Use AI to Increase Sales Effectiveness
    www.business2community.com Computers are rising. Thatโ€™s not a doomsday prediction, by the way. In 2011, Gartner predicted that by 2020, 85 percent of all customer interactions with the enterprise wonโ€™t involve another...
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  16. ProducerTrouvus Blog

    Trouvus Blog

    20/04/2017
    A Critical Tool for Improving User Engagement
    A Critical Tool for Improving User EngagementThere are ways of optimizing your web service business which might give a significant boost to revenue growth, increase sales per order and improve userโ€™s engagement. Some of the commonly used methods are targeted marketing, improving customer...
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  17. George Touryliov
    80% of marketing leaders say that artificial intelligence will revolutionize marketing by 2020. But what can be done right now?
    George Touryliov
    3 Practical Ways Artificial Intelligence Can Enhance Marketing Creativity Right Now
    www.adweek.com In concert, AI and AR technology can be used to create experiences that connect people with brands as they experience things in the real...
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  18. George Touryliov
    AI wonโ€™t replace human service, but must complement it for the best customer experience, writes CSIA CEO Anouche Newman in this guest post for the Salesforce blog -
    George Touryliov
    State of Service report: Customer first, AI second
    sforce.co The latest State of Service report reveals the importance of CX over time-to-resolution as a measure of success, and that AI is key to improving...
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  19. George Touryliov
    Watch how AI has evolved and will continue to grow as technology improves.
    George Touryliov
    How artificial intelligence has evolved over time
    www.telegraph.co.uk In the video above, we examine how artificial intelligence has evolved over time and will continue to grow as technology improves - from computer scientist John McCarthy first making reference to AI in 1956, to virtual assistants on our smartphones...
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  20. George Touryliov
    In our new series, Adventures in Artificial Intelligence, we aim to dumb down this smarty-pants technology. In this first post, we offer a brief definition of artificial intelligence, and uncover the four key types of AI capabilities, and how they can be applied in field service.
    George Touryliov
    www.fieldservicematters.com Does Artificial Intelligence technology confuse, and frustrate you? Youโ€™re not alone. Learn about 4 types of AI, and their future impact on...
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  21. George Touryliov
    "Cybrogian approach to sales effectiveness will win the battle for sales supremacy. AI and selling." Article by Tony J. Hughes.
    George Touryliov
    A Real Example of Artificial Intelligence Enabling Sales Effectiveness
    www.linkedin.com While many in sales fumble around with automated blasting and spamming, some of the best minds in the world are quietly revolutionizing sales...
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  22. George Touryliov
    Artificial intelligence or AI is encroaching on the sales process at an exciting rate, or alarming, depending on your side of the coin. The benefits of AI to sales efficiency are high, and the stakes, too. Letโ€™s take a look at both sides. Read on to learn more -
    George Touryliov
    Artificial Intelligence: The Sales Renaissance is Here
    www.saleshacker.com Is your organization embracing artificial intelligence? Or Running from it? Read to learn how it can impact your sales teams and why it's not that...
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  23. ProducerIan Weinberg

    Ian Weinberg

    30/03/2017
    A brAIve New World
    A brAIve New WorldThis article has been inspired by David Grinberg, who asked the question. Technology has permeated every corner of our world. The product of our collective intellect now comes full circle โ€“ the interface of human consciousness with...
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    Ian Weinberg
    08/04/2017 #59 Ian Weinberg
    Never fear @Deb๐Ÿ Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee Technology will never replace the human brain nor this thing called 'consciousness' Technology may enhance the linear, data aspects, some of the reasoning capability and provide algorithms to diminish destructive/limiting beliefs, but it is unlikely to ever replicate the creativity, sensitivity, emotions and awe of our right hemispheres. See a previous buzz https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ian-weinberg/the-mushy-brain-mystery
    Deb๐Ÿ Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    08/04/2017 #58 Deb๐Ÿ Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    In my work with the senses, I sense we are discovering new ways to access intelligence that nurtures our wholeness. So if we have had trauma in life we can apply our whole sensory capacities to healing and re-creating the way we are in the world. So, if AI is becoming more intelligent my wish is that humans also develop our intelligence beyond the current limitations of the logical and the rational.
    Deb๐Ÿ Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    08/04/2017 #57 Deb๐Ÿ Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Dear @Ian Weinberg do you want this to happen? Or, do you think there is nothing we can do, it is happening anyway? I may be naive, but humans create computers, and a computer can only do what we have inputted surely? Whilst we marvel at how computers synthesise data, humans and all living entities also process and synthesise much data that we are not conscious of. I am curious as I keep reading about AI as if it is going to be better than the intelligence held in the living universe. We are still studying nature, living systems and transferring the incredible intelligence of living systems to computers. So what am I missing - to me it is still the living universe that is the marvel, that has the unlimited capacity for intelligence. Now I think AI is great. I love the way we have moved from computers and machines that were purely mechanical, to now have "living" qualities such as sensory capacities. My hope is that as we keep advancing our knowledge of the intelligence of living systems, we not only apply this knowledge to computers but we apply this knowledge to advance our consciousness and intelligence.
    Gerald Hecht
    02/04/2017 #56 Gerald Hecht
    #54 @Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher ^capitulates (typo)...at least the "sequencing" is correct.
    Gerald Hecht
    01/04/2017 #55 Gerald Hecht
    #54 @Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher sometimes they get backed up, other times they come out in a snort along with a bit of a beverage...I am continually trying to balance the "Doshas", "Buddha Laughs", "Fading Cheshire Cats"...for a smoother, more consistent experience --especially with issues that effect the "end user".

    Also (as usual) I accidentally inverted the wisdom of the great developmental psychologist -- G. Stanley Hall. It should read:

    "Phrenology Recapiulates Proctology"

    I had it all Ass-Backwards...which can be disastrous for both Scatological Philosophers and Machine Learning Algorithm Coders, not to mention Internet Connected Smart/"Self-Driving Water Closets...and the end users of those types of hardware associated with the "Internet of Things".
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    01/04/2017 #54 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    #31 LOL! You are witty @Gerald Hecht and thanks for the laughs :-)
    Gerald Hecht
    01/04/2017 #53 Gerald Hecht
    #51 @Praveen Raj Gullepalli but they may be able to digest...a bitter pill to we may have to swallow. Even as we laugh the WiFi enabled colonoscopy camera/capsule is shipping!
    Gerald Hecht
    01/04/2017 #52 Gerald Hecht
    #50 @mark blevins what if its a "smart bullet"...and it gets stuck; this is the kind of thing we will be up against shortly...it may very well be the kind of thing that we are already dealing with; I also find the metallic taste sticks to the roof of the mouth...for a while --next thing you know its crossed the cribiform plate and activated itself.
    Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    01/04/2017 #51 Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    #48 Lol. Whichever end you please! Coming back to it all...that cloud could be likened to, say, the mind collective. Terminology aside, the idea could be that machines would also never be able to read into some collective of their own, Internet being proof of that. They can relay and respond, but never react. Unless programmed. Thanks Doc and Gerry.
    Mark Blevins
    01/04/2017 #50 Mark Blevins
    I'm all for working with computers, Getting plugged into one is not for me. I think I'd eat a bullet first
    Gerald Hecht
    01/04/2017 #48 Gerald Hecht
    #47 @Praveen Raj Gullepalli Actually...that last part about the Cloud of Consciousness...I think I see where the leak in the plumbing "self plunger function" is getting blocked --I'm gonna debug a subroutine right quick...I was seeing it all wrong...I think if...let me just leave you with this and get back --its just like G.Stanley Hall famously said: "PROCTOLOGY RECAPITULATES PHRENOLOGY"!!

    The problem in the training module is so obvious now; a simple blockage really!
    Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    31/03/2017 #47 Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    #43 Doc could it be more a 'load' factor than the 'use' factor that David means? Just like the more sw/apps/programming loaded on an OS the more loaded to perform/ functional a PC/device is? Head trauma creating bad sectors affecting recall and certain functions and so on? But then again there is that Cloud of Consciousness...
    Gerald Hecht
    31/03/2017 #46 Gerald Hecht
    #43 @Ian Weinberg @David B. Grinberg We should have something for you shortly:
    https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/03/31/ai_infrastructure/
    Gerald Hecht
    31/03/2017 #45 Gerald Hecht
    #40 @Praveen Raj Gullepalli This was actually true...what I don't know is if its been followed up on...there could (I have no idea) be a physiological signal...which 1960's instrumentation was unable to detect.

    I will not involve myself in "research" of this type in any case; just won't do it.
    I have no doubt however, that someone at DARPA or someplace probably will.
    '
    Gerald Hecht
    31/03/2017 #44 Gerald Hecht
    #39 @Ian Weinberg Lets face it --it just plain old breaks the first date as well "altering" the probability of a second one...
    Ian Weinberg
    31/03/2017 #43 Ian Weinberg
    #11 Hi again @David B. Grinberg I don't know where this thing about humans only using a small part of their brains, originates. What I do know is that using diagnostic modalities such as EEG's, fMRI and PET scans, we see comprehensive activity taking place throughout both hemispheres. How much of this activity is cohesively integrated and monitored at the screen of consciousness at any given moment, is another whole discussion. As regards the replication of human consciousness on memory devices, we need to respect the existence of many components that contribute to this thing called consciousness. Inter alia these include data memory storage, unique subjectivity/algorithms, emotion and then of course the interaction of consciousness with quantum phenomena - 'spooky action at a distance'. At this stage I would suggest that data and algorithms could be feasibly replicated and stored. But the million dollar question is how do we get our hands on the source data since we haven't worked out precisely how the neuronal networks store the bytes of info. I would leave you with a thought analogy to ponder - Is the data actually stored in individual brains or are we mere PC's with basic operating systems and unique frequencies, tapping off cloud-based data bases? We do our integration bit (create subjective 'Word' documents) and send them up to the cloud. Likewise we tap off the cloud for substrate data for further integration.
    Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    31/03/2017 #42 Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    #31 Reminds me of Lurch...did he ever stumble in? Woulda made a terrific (M)Addams family :)
    Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    31/03/2017 #40 Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    #37 ahh them puir wee wabbits...
    Ian Weinberg
    31/03/2017 #39 Ian Weinberg
    #38 Wouldn't have made much difference @Gerald Hecht since I was so moist at the time. Now about your snort shake ... could be a great ice-breaker on a first date.
    Gerald Hecht
    31/03/2017 #38 Gerald Hecht
    #33 @Ian Weinberg I hope you weren't consuming any liquids while reading --if you are anything like me regarding a propensity to "snort" whilst laughing...I just can't seem to "shake that one"...
  24. David B. Grinberg
    Elon Musk has a solution for humans to keep pace with Artificial Intelligence. Your thoughts?
    David B. Grinberg
    Elon Musk Wants to Computerize Your Brain
    www.livescience.com SpaceX CEO Elon Musk wants to merge biological and artificial intelligence to keep humans...
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    Jan ๐Ÿ Barbosa
    30/03/2017 #15 Jan ๐Ÿ Barbosa
    SIGN ME IN !!!
    Fran ๐Ÿ Brizzolis
    30/03/2017 #14 Fran ๐Ÿ Brizzolis
    #10 That is certainly true @stephan metral ๐Ÿ Innovative Brand Ambassador, but they have been carrying out projects in this area for years, and very proactive research in the field of AI, to replicate the human brain capacity in a computer, as Eric Drexler pointed out years ago. The challenge is to achieve so-called 3D molecular computation, that is, to develop three-dimensional circuits with the current technology of silicon lithographs, such as the initial chip designs created by Fujio Masuoka, some of which have already been exposed in the Rensselaer Polytechnic Instititute's Center for Gigascale Integration and also at the MIT Media Lab.
    stephan metral ๐Ÿ Innovative Brand Ambassador
    30/03/2017 #13 stephan metral ๐Ÿ Innovative Brand Ambassador
    MUSK explained that these two systems โ€“ the primitive brain that controls your instincts, and the 'thinking part,' respectively โ€“ work well together, and it would extremely unusual to find someone who wished to get rid of one of them.

    Building off of this, he told Y Combinator, 'I think if we can effectively merge with AI, like improving the neural link between the cortex and your digital extension of yourself, which already exists but just has a bandwidth issue, then effectively, you become an AI-human symbiote.'

    This would also solve the 'control problem,' he went on to explain, as it could become so widespread that 'anyone who wants it can have it.'

    'We don't have to worry about some evil dictator AI,' Musk told Y Combinator, 'because we are the AI collectively.

    'That seems like the best outcome I can think of.'


    In November, Elon Musk predicted that the rise of machines in the workplace could soon mean job displacement and a 'universal basic income' for humans.

    The billionaire explained that our options may be limited in the future as automation becomes the norm, and this could even leave people with more time to enjoy their lives.

    Musk said humans will eventually need to achieve symbiosis with 'digital super-intelligence' in order to cope with the advancing world โ€“ but, he warns doing this might be the toughest challenge of all.

    @Javier ๐Ÿ beBee should we add affinity propagation in his research and present beBee to him ?
    Yogesh Sukal
    30/03/2017 #12 Yogesh Sukal
    He is such a visionary, thinks and implements, one step ahead. Human technological evolution not a fiction anymore. Thank you so much @David B. Grinberg for this feed.
    stephan metral ๐Ÿ Innovative Brand Ambassador
    30/03/2017 #11 stephan metral ๐Ÿ Innovative Brand Ambassador
    A specie capable of evolution to the next level is one that will survive...we are already the most dangerous predator on the planet in many ways. Now computerizing and mechanizing ourselves is it a way to prosper, perform better and live longer ? Self maintenance or new supply chain management for human parts...whether you want it or not....and that is very sad in certain ways...evolve...or ...disappear. No One will consider you as a endangered specie. Get ready !
    stephan metral ๐Ÿ Innovative Brand Ambassador
    30/03/2017 #10 stephan metral ๐Ÿ Innovative Brand Ambassador
    @Fran ๐Ÿ Brizzolis It is unclear what sorts of products Neuralink might create, but people who have had discussions with the company describe a strategy similar to space launch company SpaceX and Tesla, the Journal report said.

    In recent weeks, Neuralink has also hired leading academics in the field, the Journal reported

    Musk previously hinted at the plans online.

    The astonishing revelation came in response to a tweet, asking Musk if he was working on 'neural lace' โ€“ a way of installing computers into the human brain.

    It is not known what the brain chip could be used for, but Musk has previously said that it will be the 'thing that really matters for humanity to achieve symbiosis with machines.'
    Fran ๐Ÿ Brizzolis
    30/03/2017 #9 Fran ๐Ÿ Brizzolis
    The singularity is coming!
    Ian Weinberg
    30/03/2017 #8 Ian Weinberg
    #7 Thanks for the interesting challenge @David B. Grinberg At the outset we need to acknowledge that human consciousness is not merely stored data, inputs and smart algorithms. We have, in addition, the 'unquantifiables' of emotion and intuition contributing to a value system. The interface with limb bio-technology is pretty strait forward. But when it comes to decision making drawing on values it becomes a lot more complex. I believe we can transcend emotional barriers with comprehensive data bases and menu's. Could intuition and value systems be derived from ever more data and algorithms? I would propose that the ideal situation is us retaining our human consciousness (warts and all) and interfacing with a smart filter (incorporating comprehensive data bases and algorithms) such that our responses and decision making is 'cleaned' free of negative emotional dampening but incorporating enhancing values. Ultimately this would become a 'symbiotic' learning process for us as well as for the technology.
    David B. Grinberg
    30/03/2017 #7 David B. Grinberg
    @Ian Weinberg - any thoughts you may have on this topic would be most appreciated, especially considering your neurological medical expertise. Thanks for considering this at your convenience.
    Devesh ๐Ÿ Bhatt
    29/03/2017 #6 Devesh ๐Ÿ Bhatt
    Humans think in terms of actionables as well as output.

    Machines reduce actionables to output. It is not a detailed computation but a reduction.

    Till AIs reach a level of absolute certainity with consistency, it will never satisfy human tendency to eliminate risk. Humans will simulate tests till they find one which the AI fails consistently. We will render our own creation as obsolete.

    On the other hand an inversion could be most helpful where the AI assesses our brain and suggests improvements reflective of its own weaknesses.

    I wonder how AI would introspect?
    Sara Jacobovici
    29/03/2017 #5 Sara Jacobovici
    Appreciate you tagging me @David B. Grinberg. You know I find this area of study and discussion so important and this article keeps me in the loop. It disturbs me that there are highly intelligent people who even consider that humans will become obsolete to AIs. It boggles my mind that we can be so dissociated from the fact that the only reason AIs and technological devices exist and function at all is directly related to the fact that we design these devices and input the data that the devices contain. As well, we plug them into an energy source that we discovered. Why would anyone want to put their lives at risk to compete with these man made devices; in order to increase our "output"?! Anyway, I'll stop ranting now and catch my breath and thank you again, David, for keeping me up to date.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    29/03/2017 #4 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    the rate by which electronic systems transfer impulses from the brain to the limb or prosthetics (or vice versa) lags far beyond natural nerve impulses, especially for complex movements. It's not the electronic technology that limits this transfer of information, Baranauskas wrote in the Frontiers paper, but a lack of understanding of what neuron activity in the brain really mean". This quote from the buzz reflects my opinion dear @David B. Grinberg. We know very little about the neuro social complexity of our brains and this could lead to serious problems.
    Jan ๐Ÿ Barbosa
    29/03/2017 #3 Jan ๐Ÿ Barbosa
    Sign me in !!!
    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    29/03/2017 #2 CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    I reached my satisfaction threshold the moment I could QWERTY toucht-type. Neuro-lacing my head would make me lose the enjoyment of seeing my fingers move. (never mind neuro lace in my driverless car).
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