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Scientists say social interaction is ‘the dark matter of AI’

I am, therefore I think Despite the progress made in social neuroscience and in developmental…

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Elon Musk

Elon Musk is one of the very few people who have in-depth understanding of AI…

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TOP 10 MACHINE LEARNING INFLUENCERS TO LOOK OUT FOR IN 2022

Follow these machine learning influencers to get the latest updates in the tech industry Machine…

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Oxford questionou a inteligência artificial sobre a sua própria ética

in SingularityHub Com o avanço das tecnologias, muitos são os debates organizados para as discutir….

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TIMELAPSE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (2028 – 3000+)

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Programação: diferença entre escrever código e ser um bom programador

Sem dúvida que “a melhor forma de avaliar o desempenho de um programador é medir…

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Carla Silva – Inteligência Artificial

ITTP-21CS – Slovenia TV Integrating technology in the teaching process, path towards building 21st century…

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Who’s leading the global AI race?

The data is collected by AI Index using diverse datasets that are referenced in the…

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State of AI in 10 Charts

(Stanford University) What happened in 2020 in AI education, hiring, policy, investment, and other sectors?…

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Computer Science was always supposed to be taught to everyone, and it wasn’t about getting a job: A historical perspective

adapted by computer research blog “My goal was to put both of these efforts in…

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