A.I. breakthroughs in natural-language processing are big for business [Kahn]

A.I. breakthroughs in natural-language processing are big for business — from fortune.com by Jeremy Kahn Excerpt: Over the past 18 months, though, computer scientists have […]

2019 AI report tracks profound growth [Klein]

2019 AI report tracks profound growth — from ide.mit.edu by Paula Klein Excerpt: Until now “we’ve been sorely lacking good data about basic questions like […]

120 AI predictions for 2020 [Press]

120 AI predictions for 2020 — from forbes.com by Gil Press Excerpt: As for the universe, it is an open book for the 120 senior […]

How much longer before this type of service hits the mainstream? [Christian]

From DSC: Along these lines, we’ll likely see more bots and virtual legal assistants that we will be able to ask questions of. #A2J #AccessToJustice […]

AI innovators should be listening to kids [Gasser; Harvard Law School]

AI innovators should be listening to kids — from wired.com by Urs Gasser, executive director of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at […]

6 critical IT skills for the next decade: Bay Area CIO of the Year winners share [Hamilton]

6 critical IT skills for the next decade: Bay Area CIO of the Year winners share — from enterprisersproject.com by Ginny Hamilton What skills will […]

“Much of what’s being sold as ‘AI’ today is snake oil.” [Arvind Narayanan; Assoc. Prof. of CS at Princeton ]

Much of what’s being sold as “AI” today is snake oil. It does not and cannot work. In a talk at MIT yesterday, I described […]

In Search of a Conversational Bot: Voice Computing Evolves [Pamela Hogle]

In Search of a Conversational Bot: Voice Computing Evolves — from learningsolutionsmag.com by Pamela Hogle Excerpts: Voice computing is rapidly changing the way people interact […]

FTI 2020 Trend Report for Entertainment, Media, & Technology [FTI]

  FTI 2020 Trend Report for Entertainment, Media, & Technology — from futuretodayinstitute.com Our 3rd annual industry report on emerging entertainment, media and technology trends […]

Reflections on “What happens when employers can read your facial expressions?” [Selinger & Hartzog]

What happens when employers can read your facial expressions? — from nytimes.com by Evan Selinger and Woodrow Hartzog The benefits do not come close to […]

The impact of voice search on firms [lawtechnologytoday.org ]

The impact of voice search on firms — from lawtechnologytoday.org Excerpts: “Alexa, where can I find an attorney near me who specializes in…?” “What is […]

YouTube’s algorithm hacked a human vulnerability, setting a dangerous precedent [Birmingham]

YouTube’s algorithm hacked a human vulnerability, setting a dangerous precedent — from which-50.com by Andrew Birmingham Excerpt (emphasis DSC): Even as YouTube’s recommendation algorithm was […]

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