If you are interested in learning about artificial intelligence, Google has made a YouTube series with examples (recipes) you can use to program yourself using the Python programming language.
Six lines of code is all you need to start your journey towards machine learning. Pretty cool eh?
If nothing else, the current U.S. administration demonstrates that a change of government can change quickly change it’s trustworthiness.
Scott Shane and Daisuke Wakabayashi, The New York Times:
“We believe that Google should not be in the business of war,” says the letter, addressed to Sundar Pichai, the company’s chief executive. It asks that Google pull out of Project Maven, a Pentagon pilot program, and announce a policy that it will not “ever build warfare technology.”
Read the rest
of the letter.
AlphaGo, the documentary about Google’s effort to beat the seemingly simple but deceptively difficult game of ‘Go’, is now on Netflix and
YouTube Movies. And it’s good.
Note: DeepMind Technologies Limited is an AI company headquartered in London. It’s parent company is Alphabet Inc. (formally known as Google).
Here’s the trailer.