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OpenAi - - Creating the standard for Artificial Intelligence

OpenAi - - Creating the standard for Artificial Intelligence
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Software By Robert L. Akers, Ion Bica, Elaine Kant, Curt Randall, and Robert L. Young. AI Magazine 22(2): Summer 2001, 27-42. Interview d’Elon Musk, l’homme qui veut empêcher les machines de prendre le pouvoir En créant OpenAI, une équipe de recherche à but non lucratif, Musk et Y Combinator espèrent limiter les risques de dérive en matière d’intelligence artificielle. Comme si le domaine de l’intelligence artificielle (IA) n’était pas déjà assez compétitif – avec des géants comme Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft et même des marques automobiles comme Toyota qui se bousculent pour engager des chercheurs –, on compte aujourd’hui un petit nouveau, avec une légère différence cependant. Il s’agit d’une entreprise à but non lucratif du nom d’OpenAI, qui promet de rendre ses résultats publics et ses brevets libres de droits afin d’assurer que l’effrayante perspective de voir les ordinateurs surpasser l’intelligence humaine ne soit pas forcément la dystopie que certains redoutent. L’équipe d’OpenAICrédits : OpenAI Les fonds proviennent d’un groupe de sommités du monde de la tech, parmi lesquels Elon Musk, Reid Hoffman, Peter Thiel, Jessica Livingston et Amazon Web Services. Tout public Altman : Non.

cool open source ai projects Archive for the ‘cool open source ai projects’ Category DeepBeliefSDK This is very cool, iOS video image recognition. I am totally convinced that deep learning approaches to hard AI are going to change our world, especially when they’re running on cheap networked devices scattered everywhere. I’m a believer because I’ve seen how good the results can be on image recognition, but I understand why so many experienced engineers are skeptical. GitHub, DeepBeliefSDK Java Neural Network Framework Neuroph Neuroph is lightweight Java neural network framework to develop common neural network architectures. Neuroph Net Logo NetLogo is a multi-agent programmable modeling environment. Net Logo Udacity Sebastian Thrun enjoyed teaching his Stanford AI class online so much he left to start an online, free computer science university. We believe university-level education can be both high quality and low cost. Udacity PERL Data Language Scientific Computing with PERL

Panpsychism In philosophy, panpsychism is the view that mind or soul (Greek: ψυχή) is a universal feature of all things, and the primordial feature from which all others are derived. The panpsychist sees him or herself as a mind in a world of minds. Panpsychism is one of the oldest philosophical theories, and can be ascribed to philosophers like Thales, Plato, Spinoza, Leibniz and William James. Panpsychism can also be seen in eastern philosophies such as Vedanta and Mahayana Buddhism. Etymology[edit] The term "panpsychism" has its origins with the Greek term pan, meaning "throughout" or "everywhere", and psyche, meaning "soul" as the unifying center of the mental life of us humans and other living creatures History[edit] Ancient philosophy[edit] Early forms of Panpsychism can be found in pre-modern animistic beliefs in religions such as Shinto, Taoism, Paganism and Shamanism. Renaissance[edit] Illustration of the Cosmic order by Robert Fludd, the World Soul is depicted as a woman. Contemporary[edit]

Alicebot The Coming Technological Singularity ==================================================================== The Coming Technological Singularity: How to Survive in the Post-Human Era Vernor Vinge Department of Mathematical Sciences San Diego State University (c) 1993 by Vernor Vinge (Verbatim copying/translation and distribution of this entire article is permitted in any medium, provided this notice is preserved.) This article was for the VISION-21 Symposium sponsored by NASA Lewis Research Center and the Ohio Aerospace Institute, March 30-31, 1993. It is also retrievable from the NASA technical reports server as part of NASA CP-10129. A slightly changed version appeared in the Winter 1993 issue of _Whole Earth Review_. Abstract Within thirty years, we will have the technological means to create superhuman intelligence. Shortly after, the human era will be ended.

Strong AI (open source) - Devmaster Hi’ there… Anyone with an interest in AI and knows C++ ?? The basic concept in the “game” we are constructing is as follows: You have an aquarium filled with 3 types of insects. Our test-implementation (Colline) shows that this is feasible without too much effort, which means that we are ready to start with the actual implementation which should show faster and more organized code, better graphics etc.. Our interest in the project is partly an interest in AI, partly an interest in the philosophical and existential parallels that the system has… but another approach to the system could be that you find it amusing to co-create a small minituare-world! Our geographical base is Denmark/Aalborg, but everybody is welcome to download our background-theory, as well as software and see what further development can do ( ). Feel free to post any comments, questions, etc… /tino

The AI Revolution: Our Immortality or Extinction Note: This is Part 2 of a two-part series on AI. Part 1 is here. PDF: We made a fancy PDF of this post for printing and offline viewing. Buy it here. We have what may be an extremely difficult problem with an unknown time to solve it, on which quite possibly the entire future of humanity depends. — Nick Bostrom Welcome to Part 2 of the “Wait how is this possibly what I’m reading I don’t get why everyone isn’t talking about this” series. Part 1 started innocently enough, as we discussed Artificial Narrow Intelligence, or ANI (AI that specializes in one narrow task like coming up with driving routes or playing chess), and how it’s all around us in the world today. This left us staring at the screen, confronting the intense concept of potentially-in-our-lifetime Artificial Superintelligence, or ASI (AI that’s way smarter than any human, across the board), and trying to figure out which emotion we were supposed to have on as we thought about that.← open these So where does that leave us? i.e.

how to start working on opensource ai projects? I'm not sure if you mean infrastructure or an application? For infrastructure here's one example: I think the typical progression is: Join mailing lists. Try it out as a user (i.e. port your ML or CS373 homework solution(s) to it.) Discuss some bugs on the mailing lists. For applications you may want to look more broadly. The AI Revolution: Road to Superintelligence - Wait But Why PDF: We made a fancy PDF of this post for printing and offline viewing. Buy it here. (Or see a preview.) Note: The reason this post took three weeks to finish is that as I dug into research on Artificial Intelligence, I could not believe what I was reading. It hit me pretty quickly that what’s happening in the world of AI is not just an important topic, but by far THE most important topic for our future. So I wanted to learn as much as I could about it, and once I did that, I wanted to make sure I wrote a post that really explained this whole situation and why it matters so much. We are on the edge of change comparable to the rise of human life on Earth. — Vernor Vinge What does it feel like to stand here? It seems like a pretty intense place to be standing—but then you have to remember something about what it’s like to stand on a time graph: you can’t see what’s to your right. Which probably feels pretty normal… The Far Future—Coming Soon This works on smaller scales too. 1. What Is AI?

Open-Source A.I. Prof. Sebastian Thrun Leaves Stanford, Launches Startup "Udacity" Sebastian Thurn by Jurvetson via Flickr under CreativeCommons Stanford University professor Sebastian Thrun is giving up his job at Stanford to start Udacity – an online educational venture. The first two free courses from that site are “Building a Search Engine” and “Programming a Robotic Car.” Thrun explained on his homepage (which appears to be closed by Stanford University now): One of the most amazing things I’ve ever done in my life is to teach a class to 160,000 students. National Public Radio reports: Over the past six months, Thrun has spent roughly $200,000 of his own money and lined up venture capital to create Udacity, a new online institution of higher learning independent of Stanford. People attending this year’s DLD (Digital Life,Design) conference in Munich, Germany, expected him to talk about Google’s Driverless Car project. Sebastian Thrun at DLD conference He noted that no Stanford student had a perfect score in his course. Udacity’s courses: Gee writes: NPR reports:

Les pratiques collaboratives dans l'éducation - François Taddei Paris Innovation Review – Nos systèmes éducatifs sont-ils toujours adaptés à un monde qui change à une vitesse sans cesse plus grande, qui est de moins en moins vertical et hiérarchique et de plus en plus horizontal et collaboratif ? François Taddei – Nos systèmes éducatifs sont fondés sur la résolution de problèmes classiques. Typiquement, pour entrer dans une grande école, il faut passer des concours qui consistent pour l’essentiel à résoudre des problèmes ordinaires. Or il y a d’autres formes d’intelligence, comme la résolution de nouveaux problèmes. Le problème avec la première forme d’intelligence (la résolution de problèmes classiques), c’est que les machines savent l’appliquer. Pourquoi est-il si important d’apprendre à travailler en collectif ? Nous sommes confrontés dans le monde entier à des problèmes qu’on ne sait pas résoudre. Que préconisez-vous pour développer les pratiques collaboratives dans les systèmes éducatifs? Cette démarche scientifique convient-elle à tous?

SparkleShare – Un clone de Dropbox open source qui fonctionne ! Bon on commence tôt ce matin, car j'ai enfin trouvé un remplaçant open source qui fonctionne et qui roxx à Dropbox ! Merci MrBoo ! L'outil s'appelle SparkleShare et va vous permettre enfin de synchroniser vos documents entre plusieurs ordinateurs, en utilisant votre propre serveur. Pour fonctionne SparkleShare a besoin d'un serveur Git. Vous pouvez configurer le votre ou alors utiliser celui de Gnome, ou Github...etc. Au niveau des clients, SparkleShare existe pour Linux et Mac (et très bientôt Windows). Comme j'ai un serveur chez OVH qui ne sert pas à grand chose, avec un bon paquet de place dessus, j'ai fait un petit test. sudo apt-get install git-core openssh-server Ensuite, il suffit d'initialiser un dépôt : git init --bare MON_DEPOT.git Après, c'est au niveau de SSH que ça se passe. Une fois la clé SSH en place, il suffit de lancer SparkleShare et de saisir les infos relative au serveur ou à votre compte Github, Gnome...etc Tout est ici ! Vous avez aimé cet article ?