What happened in 2015 as far as technology is concerned?
Category: Natural Language Understanding
My first impression of the real Scorpion (Walter O’Brien) was nothing at all like the one portrayed on the hit CBS show of the same name, now in its second season.
When we talk about artificial intelligence (AI) – which we have done lot recently, including my outline on The Conversation of liability and regulation issues – what do we actually mean?
Stephen Wolfram recently gave a talk in the Studio Villa Bosch conference center: “The Future of Computation & Knowledge.”
Amid all the dire warnings that machines run by artificial intelligence (AI) will one day take over from humans we need to think more about how we program them in the first place.
Communication studies, it will be argued, must come to terms with this development and reorient its theoretical framework so as to be able to accommodate and respond to situations where the other in communicative exchange is no longer exclusively human.
Newspapers are testimonials of history. The same is increasingly true of social media such as online forums, online communities, and blogs. By looking at the sequence of articles over time, one can discover the birth and the development of trends that marked society and history – a field known as “Culturomics”. But Culturomics has so far been limited to statistics on keywords.
Video Friday: The Winograd Schema Challenge — In Conversation with Dr. Charlie Ortiz of Nuance Communications
I recently visited Nuance and talked with Dr. Charlie Ortiz about the Winograd Schema Challenge.
Cognition computing and cognition as a service is here.
The 2015 Commonsense Reasoning Symposium, to be held at the AAAI Spring Symposium at Stanford from March 23-25, 2015, will include a special session for presentations and discussions on progress and issues related to the Winograd Schema Challenge.