The AI experts and scientists have recently signed an open letter urging the United Nations to ban autonomous robots. The robotics industry leaders like Elon Musk and Google’s Mustafa Suleyman, the co-creator of DeepMind, they together warned the UN that they don’t have to act if it’s too late. Read the Post Elon Musk Leads Call To The UN To Ban Autonomous Robots Before It’s Too Late
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Artificial intelligence has been in around us from a couple of years now. But this technology made to gather the attention of many with some interesting incidents. Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook’s CEO is always found sharing a clear thought stating- AI would be the future of tech world. His thoughts and interest are not just limited to the self-operating systems like Facebook rather he is actively working on many other projects that are based on AI. Read the Post Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan Explaining Their Personal Experience About ‘Jarvis’
Have you ever imagined that someone can control your brain remotely? Have you ever thought that someone can send messages to your body’s muscles forcibly by controlling your central processing organ and that too remotely? Yes, science has now managed to do this all remotely. Although, science made it on a much smaller scale; they did it. Not only this, they were also able to encourage running a test subject of this achievement. Read the Post Remote hacking of brain, Scientists made control over body movements
Google’s efforts in machine learning clearly depict that it is trying to put machine learning in everybody’s hands. Deeplearn.js is a new machine learning library by Google that lets its users harness their Machine Learning powers in a very simple way just inside the browser. Read the Post Google’s DeepLearn.js: Harnessing the Power Of Machine Learning
Researchers at the Pittsburgh University; have recently uncovered the mechanism by which neurons maintain the process of simultaneous sending of signals to other neurons. The new findings that were made in mice and fruit flies are challenging the existing principle about how the chemical signals that are released by the neurons; dopamine communicates. These may have important associations for many of the dopamine-related diseases, including the Parkinson’s disease, schizophrenia, and addiction.