A Universal Basic Employment & Training – UBET, is a politically viable, cost effective solution to technological unemployment no matter the speed or scale.
Engineers weigh in on the pitfalls of machine learning and autonomous driving
Harvard has been awarded £19 million to create an AI system as complex as the human brain
As the epoch of an increasingly automated society fast approaches – many of us have already arrived – many governments and organizations find themselves facing and grappling with a heavy mix of logical and ethical issues. Some of these concerns are discussed and debated, while others “rise out of the mist” and force us to “build the plane as we’re flying it.” I recently spoke with Steve Omohundro, CEO and founder of Possibility Research, to discuss some of the changes already taking place in the field of AI infrastructure, and how we might better prepare for those that are inevitably on their way.