This is my first post in my mental calculations self-challenge. I wanted to document it here so that I have a sense of accountability and this had better be a challenge than a passing fancy. The fact is that if we set our mind to something we only get better. The problem is that in life, half the things we do we don't have any interest in -
The most important conversation of our time involves Artificial Intelligence (AI) and what we do with this marvellous technology. Max Tegmark's new book "Life 3.0: Being human in the age of Artificial Intelligence" squarely addresses what needs to be done and how.
Best quotes from Max Tegmark's book 'Life 3.0: Being human in the age of artificial intelligence"
Pillai's book draws heavily from Chanakya's Arthashastra. Amongst Hindu scholars of the day, there is a clear consensus for Arthashastra to be the most influential book ever written on statesmanship and politics. Unfortunately, though, Pillai's book fails to evoke the same emotion as expected out of a book following Arthashastra's suit.
In just the past few years, artificial intelligence (AI) has transformed from a futuristic, sci-fi scenario into an emerging technology that has been embraced by the world’s largest and most powerful corporations – including Google and Facebook. At the same time, an influential group of AI thinkers has emerged who are guiding the public’s discussion of AI and charting the path for the next generation of AI technologies.
Yes, there is a hack and it is as simple as it can be. See, I am no techie. I just stumbled upon this. I am sure as I write this piece, a lot of people have already found it and articles are being written about it.