So they say…”The way universities teach and research has been changing gradually in line with technological advances, but it is no longer possible to ignore the likelihood that artificial intelligence will bring transformative change to the sector.” More here.
Just the latest:
“2016 – Google’s artificial intelligence algorithm beats a professional player at the Chinese board game Go, which is considered the world’s most complex board game and is many times harder than chess. The AlphaGo algorithm developed by Google DeepMind managed to win five games out of five in the Go competition.”
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The Wall Street Journal posted this interesting question… And then ended the article with rhetorical “The question isn’t whether our schools will leverage the very same technologies that are replacing humans, but whether we can afford for them not to.”. What’s your view?
…”It would take off on its own, and re-design itself at an ever increasing rate,” Hawking said. “Humans, who are limited by slow biological evolution, couldn’t compete, and would be superseded.” Intrigued? Read more.