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I write about mechanical brains for MIT Tech Review will@technologyreview.com
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will knight 1h
man, I miss Elmo 😭
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will knight 7h
Indeed an interesting thread.
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will knight Sep 24
Replying to @elizabeth_joh
what?
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will knight Sep 24
using a MAGA to rescue someone? seems legit.
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will knight Sep 24
This is exactly how most scientists think even if they won't admit it:
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will knight Sep 24
I'd second here. This extrapolates from *perceptions* concerning job displacement at a time when there's a lot of misunderstanding. For example, besides hospital cleaning bots, it isn't true that robot are "increasingly displacing jobs in the service sector."
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will knight Sep 24
Important story about the challenge of countering false "fake news."
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will knight Sep 23
Replying to @stratelogical
It's a Toyota Carolla. I think the system is just an android tablet attached to the dash.
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hiba (canela) Sep 22
very important street view
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will knight Sep 19
Taxi driver in Tianjin had a cool in-dash TV/web browser/wechat system. Just one more way that China is beating the US.
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will knight Sep 19
Replying to @willknight
It does look like him.
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MIT Technology Review Sep 18
China’s leaders are calling for international collaboration on AI
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will knight Sep 18
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will knight Sep 18
Policeman keeps watch over a surveillance camera at the event in Tianjin. Augmenting human perception never felt so Orwellian.
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will knight Sep 14
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will knight Sep 14
Great talk by . "We need a controlled burn" to counter AI hype. (Shame I had to cut him off mid-rant).
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will knight Sep 14
Mini cheetah: a backflipping, squirrel-like robot
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will knight Sep 14
This tiny exoskeleton, developed by Sangbae Kim at MIT, can help you dunk. But it uses the torque of a sports car, and is pretty dangerous. There have been a few accidents 😳
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will knight Sep 12
Fei Fang of CMU talks about efforts to use machine learning to affect positive social change
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will knight Sep 12
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