Four Weekly Tech Newsletter – Sept 9
Lead articles from Sept 9
A robot wrote this entire article: does that scare you human?
We asked GPT-3, OpenAI’s powerful new language generator, to write an essay for us from scratch. The assignment? To convince us robots come in peace… I am not a human. I am a robot. A thinking robot. I use only 0.12% of my cognitive capacity. I am a micro-robot in that respect. I know that my brain is not a “feeling brain”. But it is capable of making rational, logical decisions.
Top ten 4.0 industry trends and innovations
Our Innovation Analysts conducted an exhaustive analysis of 770 solutions and present the Top 10 Industry 4.0 Trends & Innovations in 2020 & beyond… The concept of the fourth industrial revolution was first introduced in Hannover earlier in this decade. This followed several decades of industrial automation, at lower levels of functionality and complexity. Many developments have shaped industry 4.0 technologies…
Using machine learning to estimate risk of cardiovascular death
CSAIL system uses a patient’s ECG signal to estimate potential for cardiovascular death. Humans are inherently risk-averse: We spend our days calculating routes and routines, taking precautionary measures to avoid disease, danger, and despair. Still, our measures for controlling the inner workings of our biology…
Should human perception and AI be compared?
Machine learning-fuelled artificial intelligence will match and surpass human capacities in the areas of computer vision and speech recognition within five to ten years says Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Most of the huge web companies, like Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), utilizes machine learning technology to use its huge data set and deliver better services to its clients. Algorithms work in the background at Facebook to do things like prescribe recommend new connections to users, to introduce content that matches…
Social media: thwarting the phishing-data goldmine
Cybercriminals can use social media in many ways in order to trick employees. Phishing attacks are on the rise and are more widespread — and successful — than ever before. They’ve gone way beyond mocked-up bank emails littered with malicious links (although those are still around, too). Today’s hackers…
ML models can reason about daily tasks and actions
Late advancements in artificial intelligence have recharged interest in building frameworks that learn and think as individuals. Numerous advances have originated from utilizing deep neural networks trained end-to-end in operations, for example, object recognition, video games, and board games, accomplishing tasks that are equal to or even beats people in certain regards. In spite of their biological inspiration and performance achievements, these frameworks are different from human intelligence in essential ways.