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The Emergent Future and the Shape of Things to Come

We’ve started a newsletter called the Emergent Future, which is a weekly, hand-curated dispatch exploring technology through the lens of artificial intelligence, data science, and the shape of things to come. EF is published every Tuesday and goes out to Algorithmia subscribers. Stay on top of emerging trends by subscribing to Emergent Future today. 


Google vs Go

Google's DeepMind defeats legendary Go player Lee Se-dol in historic victory.
You might have heard: Se-dol finally won his first match, after losing three in a row in a best-of-five competition. The two meet for the final time Today.
+ ‘I’m in shock!’ How an AI beat the world’s best human at Go


The Future of Computing

The Economist weighs in now that the era of predictable improvement in computer hardware is ending.
+ Chris Dixon: What’s Next in Computing?


How To Think About Bots

In order to better comprehend the possibilities, and perils, of social bots we must ask about their design, implementation, regulation, and ethics.
+ Motherboard presents In Our Image, a week of stories on AI


Minecraft Will Soon Be Able to Play Itself

Microsoft is using Minecraft to train artificial intelligence to play the hugely popular game.
+ Microsoft invites artificial intelligence developers to test their creations within Minecraft's virtual landscapes.

Is This Year the Internet Finally Learns to See?

Initially, the Internet was built for text, and technology has learned how to read at a pretty advanced level. However, the web has become increasingly visual, and tech has not fully kept up: the Internet can read, but it can’t see.
+ Using Neural Networks to Combine Random Images

 

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