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Re: Inteligencia Artificial

Mensajepor Dalamar » 03 Oct 2017 03:30

Esperad una carrera entre empresas y paises... esta cifra, va a aumentar mucho y muy rapido, pronto escribiremos aqui. Que los 100 se han superado!

Google's artificial intelligence technology has a considerably higher I.Q. than Apple's Siri virtual assistant, according to a new academic paper attempting to compare the smarts of various artificial intelligence systems.
The paper — written by a trio of Chinese researchers, including Yong Shi, executive deputy director of the Chinese Academy of Sciences' Research Center on Fictitious Economy and Data Science — says that in 2016 Google's AI had an IQ of 47.28. It came out ahead of Chinese search engine Baidu (32.92) and Microsoft's Bing (31.98) and had almost double the IQ of Siri (23.94).

Notably, none of these systems had a higher IQ than a 6-year-old (55.5), much less an 18-year-old (97), the researchers found.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 11 Oct 2017 18:31

La conciencia por J.Bengio: https://www.quora.com/What-is-Yoshua-Be ... aper-about


What is Yoshua Bengio's new "Consciousness Prior" paper about?
https://arxiv.org/abs/1709.08568

The key abstraction point is that nobody is ever consciously aware of all possible neurons. There is only a small subset of them which corresponds to ideas and concepts a brain is thinking about at that moment. So consciousness is then a small subset, a projection, of some elements of htht.

Those are the things a conscious mind is thinking about and is aware of it. The key is that this consciousness projection is a projection, of a big vector (all the things conscious and unconscious in brain) which is probably sparse, meaning conscious mind is only focusing on a few of them.

The next part of the framework deals with what conscious mind does with this small subset. He introduces attention as additional mechanism describing what mind chooses to focus on and also predictions or actions as what such a focused mind does. Basically he is saying that such mind reasons about previous actions or formulates predictions to be observed and verified in the future.

He makes an important point that verification of such hypothesized predictions can be done by training and minimization in an artificial neural network (ANN). Predictions produce expected results which are measured against outcomes in the future. The difference is the error of prediction that could be used in training an ANN.

Amazing thing is that this is kind of how real mind works on high level abstract concepts and predictions. Upon seeing outcomes different from predictions the mind goes back to the drawing board and tries to formulate a new theory, a subset of representation RNN FF. The hope is that this new FF will reduce errors in predicted outcomes in the future.

In section 2.4 he talks about another RNN that maps a simpler structure such a sentence or an “utterance” to a (much) richer conscious state. Think of that as a hint that someone into thinking deep about something is spurred on by something seemingly simple and trivial.

Like the apple falling on Newton’s head, it was a simple event that happened many times before and did not have much information in itself, but in the context of interacting with Newton’s mind at the time it had a deeply profound effect on him.

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Mensajepor Dalamar » 22 Oct 2017 04:54

If rapidly-improving artificial intelligence can provide the markets with innovations to improve the workplace, some jobs could see skyrocketing wage growth while others could become obsolete.


Ver: https://www.cnbc.com/2017/10/21/machine-learning-could-lead-to-economic-hypergrowth-new-research-suggests.html
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 27 Oct 2017 15:48

La clave de todo esta en entender la consciencia, cuando eso ocurra medio mundo se retorcera... Para empezar la religion dejara de tener sentido, para continuar no seremos mas que robots, el alma no exisstira y no tendremos nada mas que otro procesador similar al cerebro no pueda tener, pero limitados a nuestros pobres sentidos que no son nada mas que interfaces que se pueden superar facilmente y a un procesador limitado por el tamaño de nuestro cerebro y de la caracteristicas que la evolucion le ha podido dar, que seran facilmente superables.

Could We Build a Machine with Consciousness?

Not quite yet, but neuroscience research is giving us some clues about how it may be possible in the not-too-distant future.

In a paper published in Science today, a trio of neuroscientists, led by Stanislas Dehaene from Collège de France in Paris, try to pin down exactly what we mean by “consciousness” in order to work out whether machines could ever possess it. As they see it, there are three kinds of consciousness—and computers have so far mastered only one of them.

One is subconsciousness, the huge range of processes in the brain where most human intelligence lies. That's what powers our ability to, say, determine a chess move or spot a face without really knowing how we did it. That, the researchers say, is broadly comparable to the kind of processing that modern-day AIs, such as DeepMind’s AlphaGo or Face++’s facial recognition algorithms, are good at.

When it comes to actual consciousness, the team splits it into two distinct types. The first is the way we maintain a huge range of thoughts at once, all accessible to other parts of the brain, making abilities like long-term planning possible. The second is an ability to obtain and process information about ourselves, which allows us to do things like reflect on mistakes. These two forms of consciousness, say the researchers, are yet to be present in machine learning.

But glimmers are beginning to emerge in some avenues of research. Last year, for instance, DeepMind developed a deep-learning system that can keep some data on hand for use during its ruminations, which is a step toward global information availability. And the adversarial neural networks dreamed up by Ian Goodfellow (one of our 35 Innovators Under 35 of 2017), which can evaluate whether AI-generated data is realistic, are headed in the direction of self-awareness.

Those are, admittedly, small advances toward the kinds of processes that the researchers say would give rise to human consciousness. But if a machine could be endowed with more functional versions, conclude the researchers, it “would behave as though it were conscious ... it would know that it is seeing something, would express confidence in it, would report it to others ... and may even experience the same perceptual illusions as humans.”
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 11 Nov 2017 11:04

Ver: https://thenextweb.com/artificial-intelligence/2017/11/10/googles-ai-guru-predicts-humans-and-machines-will-merge-within-20-years/

Google’s AI guru predicts humans and machines will merge within 20 years

Kursweil believes “medical robots will go inside our brain and connect our neo-cortex to the smart cloud” by the year 2029.

That’s a jaw-dropper, even for a technology journalist who writes about AI regularly. It’s pretty hard to imagine people walking around with their brains connected to the cloud before Justin Bieber turns 35.

But dismiss Ray Kurzweil’s predictions at your own peril: he’s seldom wrong. When it comes to technology he’s gone on the record with hundreds of predictions, which is what futurists do, and he’s correct over 90 percent of the time.


Link: http://www.kurzweilai.net/predictions/download.php
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 25 Nov 2017 12:19

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