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32:18 | May 9th, 2019
If there's one thing that sets people apart from machines, it's creativity, right? Automation may take over certain jobs, but what happens when algorithms start to learn from our work to create their ...Show More
write2tg recommended:Feb 7th, 2020
An insightful episode about how we have always thought of “creativity” being the one thing that distinguishes humans from AI but how the boundaries are blurring everyday. A record deal with an AI, an AI poet and even an AI doctor. But more importantly, it is not that the AI is biased; it is how our ...Show More
mmFeb 7th, 2020
@write2tg I love this one!!! Which one do you think is better for discussion? This one or the Watchmen episode? @cesarm and I were debating this for the upcoming discussion.
write2tgFeb 7th, 2020
@mm I liked this one because it seems to flip this whole idea of “human creativity” that we are so proud of and rather possessive about! Also, the biases in our data set is a serious problem begging some kind of solution. But, as humans, we cannot notice these invisible biases. AI is infact helping ...Show More
mmFeb 7th, 2020
@cesarm An opinion from @write2tg on which episode might be better for discussion for consideration. By the, please meet each other! @write2tg is a member of PBC Vancouver. @cesarm leads Milwaukee’s PBC!
aliceko recommended:Jan 4th, 2020
Machine learning is fascinating and scary at the same time. Learn how current day machine learning models can write poetry, screenplays, music (most impressive in my opinion), recipes, text (including pick up lines!!!) — and even detect skin cancer. I’ve been pondering this for a while — what is the...Show More
mm recommended:Dec 19th, 2019
One of my favourite podcast episodes of all time. A favorite party question of mine is: "If the world was going to implode and all the books in the world are going to burn down, would you save the Shakespeares (arts) or the Newtons (science)?" I'm not going to tell you the answer, but this episode...Show More