Robots aren’t taking our jobs –they’re becoming our bosses– by @verge via @exponentialview

This is not the future we were looking for. This why UBI will become a need, as no human would allow another human the job conditions the system seems to be bringing in. If industries are able to produce more efficiently without the costs of workers, their taxes would allow for a universal basic income. [...]

💭 The real reason tech companies want regulation – ( by @azeem in @ExponentialView )

The world’s largest tech companies have started to clamour for regulation in this hugely under-regulated sector. Origen: 💭 The real reason tech companies want regulation - Exponential View The tech industry got a speed-up with the Intel 4004 processor, launched in 1972. This was contemporaneous with American right-leaning economists launching a sustained attack on the [...]

Billionaires John and Laura Arnold’s Data-Driven Philanthropy ( @Bloomberg vía @luxury )

…the majority of pledged money sits unspent, as U.S. tax rules make it easy to procrastinate… John and Laura Arnold want to change that… Origen: Billionaires John and Laura Arnold’s Data-Driven Philanthropy - Bloomberg Over the past few decades, the surging wealth of the top 0.1% has spurred many promises of lavish donations. But the [...]

“La inteligencia artificial es una de las pocas oportunidades que tiene España” (via  @adolfoplasencia )

"Muchas de las narrativas que nos llegan no son sobre las oportunidades, sino sobre los riesgos". Origen: Innovadores | “La inteligencia artificial es una de las pocas oportunidades que tiene España” José Hernández-Orallo carrera académica de informática, doctorado en Lógica y Filosofía en la Universidad de Valencia, investiga en la vanguardia de la inteligencia artificial en [...]

 2020-2030 – Tendencias para la nueva década ( @AEDtweets )

Tecnología, Sociedad, Organizaciones Origen: 2020-2030 Tendencias para la nueva década (I): tecnología - Asociación Española de Directivos Ciberseguridad Robotización Inteligencia artificial Big Data Mobile Internet Regulación   Origen: 2020-2030 Tendencias para la nueva década (II): sociedad - Asociación Española de Directivos El nuevo consumidor Sostenibilidad y medio ambiente Geopolítica Demografía Movilidad y Smart Cities   [...]

Conferencia “innovación, mi visión personal” por @nuriaoliver

Hace un par de semanas asistí a la conferencia que impartió en el Parc Cientific de la Universidad de Valencia, con motivo del 10º aniversario del centro, la siempre interesante Nuria Oliver. Tomé algunas notas, que pensaba volcar aquí, pero eran escasas para hacer justicia a lo interesantísima que fue. Afortunadamente, vía twitter Nuria compartió [...]

The future of artificial intelligence depends on designing computers that can think and explore as resourcefully as babies do.

a very interesting article by @WSJ Origin: The Ultimate Learning Machines Why are quintessentially geeky places like DARPA and Google suddenly interested in talking about something as profoundly ungeeky as babies? It turns out that understanding babies and young children may be one key to ensuring that the current “AI spring” continues… … With a [...]

Are You Developing Skills That Won’t Be Automated? (@HarvardBiz)

Our ability to manage and utilize emotion and to take into account the effects of context are key ingredients of critical thinking, creative problem solving, effective communication, adaptive learning, and good judgment.   Origen: Are You Developing Skills That Won’t Be Automated? Contrast being a barista with being a bartender. People often strike up a [...]

Consecuencias éticas de la irrupción de la IA (Miguel Fuster de @ITI_TIC)

El pasado 11 de junio, 26º aniversario de mi boda, tuiteé sobre la brillante charla que, prácticamente, abrió el VLC Softing (2019) que organiza el ITI, impartida por Miguel Fuster. Realmente me encantó la conferencia. Arranca muy interesante #VLCSOFTING19 con la ponencia de Miguel Fuster sobre los retos a los que se enfrenta el estado [...]

Applying AI for social good | McKinsey

Origen: Applying AI for social good | McKinsey Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to help tackle some of the world’s most challenging social problems. To analyze potential applications for social good, we compiled a library of about 160 AI social-impact use cases. They suggest that existing capabilities could contribute to tackling cases across all [...]

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