Tag Archives: AI

The Evolution of AI

I saw a study recently where an AI system was used to analyze code and trying to decide if authors were good. The conclusions were things we’d expect, and quite a few people laughed about this on Twitter. After all, … Continue reading

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The AI Manager

One of the advantages of a computer is that it will handle repetitive tasks very well. That’s one reason the DevOps world pushes for automation of simple tasks, like compiling code or copying files between machines. We know the software … Continue reading

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Giving Computers Ethics

I was reading a fascinating paper recently about autonomous cars. I’m actually excited about having a car that can drive itself, though I think this is likely quite a few years away, despite the hype. Ever since I read Red Thunder, … Continue reading

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The Creepiness of AI

Last year, I watched a keynote talk from Matthew Renze about AI. In his talk, there were examples of the amazing things that Artificial Intelligence can do, as well as some of the creepier things have have been developed. It was an … Continue reading

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