Category Archives: Artificial intelligence

Solving the Traffic Jam Problem – Getting Cities Moving Again

I got pretty excited when I read the press release about Volkswagen getting together with D-Wave, using quantum computing to demonstrate real time traffic optimised routing at the Web Summit conference in Lisbon which starts tomorrow. I wish I was … Continue reading

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Why I think an Autonomous Vehicle Won’t Be Able to Reliably Guess Where a Pedestrian Will Go

In 2016, Volvo ‘promised’ that we would have ‘Deathproof Cars’ by 2020. That’s next year! You may also recall that about this time last year, an Autonomous Uber Volvo crashed and killed a pedestrian. According to the NTSB the car … Continue reading

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AI, Ethics, Assumptions and Privacy

My podcasts were up to date and I started looking for something new to listen to in the car and while doing my chores and I’m so glad I did. I landed with Professor Genevieve Bell and the Boyer Lectures … Continue reading

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Synthia – A Simulation of Driverless Car Training

It’s an nice cartoon simulation, but I want to see the real video. In the simulation I noted: -Ambient light. Cool, that’s a real problem in only a few parts of the world, like New Zealand. As are long periods … Continue reading

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Why America’s Schools Have A Money Problem

How much money a school can spend on its students still depends, in large part, on local property taxes. And many states aren’t doing much to level the field for poor kids. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.npr.org This is not … Continue reading

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Facebook can map more of Earth in a week than we have in history

Facebook’s incredible mapping feat shows that neural networks are starting to do serious volumes of work seriously fast. Here’s why it matters Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.newscientist.com Facebook is changing how we live and relate. It’s power is immense and … Continue reading

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Facebook Is Making a Map of Everyone in the World

And they’re using a brand new A.I. technique and a whole lot of computing power to do it. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.theatlantic.com Just have a think about what you posted on your Facebook account since you first started. Now … Continue reading

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