Aug 16, 2019
The University of Singapore creatures an artificial skin that can sense temperature, pressure, and humidity. The International Center for Ethics in the Sciences and Humanities releases its Evaluation of (AI) Guidelines. A report from FutureGrasp takes a global look at the AI initiatives (or lack thereof) of States. Hayden Klok and Yoni Nazarathy release a draft of Statistics with Julia. Metaacademy provides learning plans and resources for learning about topics, from beginner to advanced. Claude Shannon’s 1948 paper “A Mathematical Theory of Communication” makes Andy’s Classic Paper for the week. Stephen Wolfram’s testimony on AI before the US Senate Commerce Committee becomes available, including his blog write-up about the testimony. And Fedor Kitashov publishes an essay on using AI to restore and colorize photos.
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