So far my "interventions" into the field of AI development have been sporadic, and the full picture comes with the reading of all major pieces on the matter: e.g.
On The Definition of AI
Relax! The real AI is Not Coming Any Soon!
Applying AI to Study Learning And Teaching Practices
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Who will train our “artificial puppies”? But more importantly – who will train the trainers? Two questions which will haunt AI developers very soon.
it continues from The Dawn of the New AI Era (the 1st piece on AI training)
What will happen to a puppy when it grows up?
Top AI developers/promoters reported to the Congress that AHLI will not be achieved at least for 20 more years. Despite the fact that the need for professional AI trainers will grow much faster than advances in the development of human level AI, professionals in AI field do not pay as much attention to AI training as to, say, ethics.
For everyone who is struggling to figure out what AI could do for his/her business, I can help with this simple approach. Imagine you can hire as many interns as you want. They don't know much, but you can train them to do some simple but tedious job. Imagine how would you train those interns to do that job. Here it is - this job can be done by AI trained as an intern. You're welcome!
And finally, a word to investors. AI investors need to be careful when considering handing their money to a new startup which has "AI" in its title. Recently "blockchain" has become a buzzword. A company can change its name by including "blockchain" in it, and investors are ready to put in it their money even if the actual business run by the company has nothing to do with using a blockchain technology (but may "explore an opportunity to use it", like "Long Island Iced Tea").
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