16 novembre 2017

Gaokao, A.I. and the New Era of Education in China

Gaokao, A.I. and the New Era of Education in China
GETChina Insights, Medium, 2017/06/09
The Chinese Higher Education Entrance Exam, or ‘Gaokao’, took place this week, and while it is an event of key importance for Chinese students, this year's effort is marked by the participation of two AIs. More...

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Intelligence artificielle : une nouvelle mission confiée à France Stratégie

AccueilUn nouveau chantier s’ouvre. La ministre du Travail et le secrétaire d’État au numérique viennent de confier une mission à France Stratégie. Il s’agit d’anticiper les impacts de l’intelligence artificielle sur le marché du travail. Une mission qui répond à la volonté du gouvernement de « faire de l’intelligence artificielle une priorité ». Plus...

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15 novembre 2017

AI ambitions revealed by most cited research papers

In a testament to China’s advances in artificial intelligence or AI, two of the country’s universities are among the top 10 in a ranking of sources of the most frequently cited research papers in the AI field, writes Shigenori Arai for Nikkei Asian Review. More...

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IEEE P7006 - Standard for Personal Data Artificial Intelligence (AI) Agent

IEEE P7006 - Standard for Personal Data Artificial Intelligence (AI) Agent
Ieee, 2017/05/26
Clearly this is an initiative that has multiple applications within the learning space. "This standard describes the technical elements required to create and grant access to a personalized Artificial Intelligence (AI) that will comprise inputs, learning, ethics, rules and values controlled by individuals." The kick-off meeting is June 14. More...

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12 novembre 2017

How can we tell if artificial intelligence threatens work?

Education & Skills TodayNew technologies tend to shift jobs and skills. New technologies bring new products, which shift jobs across occupations: with the arrival of cars, the economy needed more assembly line workers and fewer blacksmiths. New technologies also bring new work processes, which shift skills in jobs: with the arrival of copiers, office workers needed to replace ink cartridges but not use carbon paper. Economic history is full of examples of new technologies causing such shifts. More...

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11 novembre 2017

Digital Economy Outlook 2017: What artificial intelligence really means for policy makers

In October 2016, “Westworld” topped the charts as the most-watched premiere season of an HBO original series ever. In the series, a science fiction thriller written and directed by novelist Michael Crichton based on a 1973 film of the same name, Anthony Hopkins takes on the role of Dr Ford, who creates a futuristic western-themed amusement park populated by android hosts to cater human guests, with Evan Rachel Wood playing the role of Dolores, the oldest android host working in the park. Further to the great script and the impressive casting, the success of the series is also undoubtedly linked to its timing. Just one year ago, Lee Sedol, 18-time world Go-board game champion, was beaten by DeepMind’s AlphaGo, which was a monumental breakthrough of Artificial Intelligence (AI). More...

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07 novembre 2017

Universities suffer AI brain drain to private sector

British universities are being stripped of artificial intelligence or AI experts in a brain drain to the private sector that is hampering research and disrupting teaching at some of the country’s leading institutions, writes Ian Sample for The Guardian. More...

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Company targets US universities in hunt for AI talent

Wind Information, China’s Bloomberg-like financial data services provider, plans to kick off a recruitment drive in the United States, as more tech firms step up the search for artificial intelligence or AI talent, writes Sarah Dai for South China Morning Post. More...

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05 novembre 2017

Une intelligence pas artificielle

C2RP Carif-Oref Hauts-de-FranceL’intelligence artificielle fut le premier grand thème abordé hier matin au Théâtre du Nord pour ouvrir le World Forum. Avec cette image tout en symbole d’un robot conversant avec Philippe Vasseur, son président et par ailleurs haut commissaire à la réindustrialisation des Hauts-de-France. Plus...

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L’intelligence artificielle inquiète deux Français sur trois

C2RP Carif-Oref Hauts-de-FranceSelon un sondage Ifop dévoilé ce mardi, 64 % des Français se disent « inquiets » par le développement de l’intelligence artificielle. Une majorité estime qu’elle rendra les entreprises plus performantes, mais au détriment des emplois. Plus...

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