adversarial examples – Tesla tricked to change lanes in broad daylight

Tiny red stickers allegedly can be used to confuse Tesla’s understanding of road markings. As a result this group claims to be able to make Tesla change lanes in broad daylight no snow or rain needed. https://keenlab.tencent.com/en/whitepapers/Experimental_Security_Research_of_Tesla_Autopilot.pdf

If autonomous cars are really smart , they ‘ll keep moving to slash parking costs

If autonomous cars are really smart , they 'll keep moving  to slash parking costs
Well Given very low costs per mile driven and high parking fees this seems to be the optimum right? To add insult to injury, it makes perfect sense to cruise at nearly zero speed, to expend least amount of energy. So, how do you like the idea of cities crowded with autonomous cars driving around ...

Geospatial EMobility Dataset Visualization

This is a visual representation a transport dataset, renderning of a daily aggregate of hopes, chores, excitements, anxieties and nuisances, being on time, too late or too early :). Group of users of one of my clients. enjoy !

Autonomous ferry – a modern incarnation of ghost ship powered by AI

This has been coming – crewless vessels powered by Artificial Intelligence. This is just the beginning. Adopting this technology to a ferry is actually quite a  clever way to test it and “build signatures database”. It is also a trove of sensor and IOT data as well. So, next, prepare for  the 21st century  Mary ...

Amazon gives up AI recruitment tool – it disliked women

I would love to have a look inside their model to see how it was set-up. Apparently the rating tool was not appreciating women. Simple classification, clustering task. Decision Trees? Neural Networks? Too simple or too complicated? Probably they would never disclose the details. YAFU. https://tech.slashdot.org/story/18/10/10/1547229/amazon-scraps-secret-ai-recruiting-tool-that-showed-bias-against-women

bizzare insights into Data Science

bizzare insights into Data Science
Here are my favourite topics- things we would not know if not the Data Science: Typing with proper capitalization indicates creditworthiness. Smart people like curly fries. Female-named hurricanes are more deadly. .. and the like https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/9-bizarre-and-surprising-insights-from-data-science/

I Love You. Over 10% of Gmail replies comes from Smart Reply

As you may have read here: https://www.businessinsider.com/google-changed-gmail-smart-reply-after-ai-kept-suggesting-i-love-you-response-2018-9?IR=T Google’s AI tool scans emails, headers, responses and the like to pursue ideally tailored responses custom generated for you. At Tbe begenning, the favourite ones though were: “I Love you” , ‘Sent from my IPhone”.  Possibly neural network output. Isn’t that predictably cool coincidence?

90% of data worldwide have been created recently

According to research here, 90% of all existing data has been created recently. Just imagine that 90% of your emails ever sent have been written recently. No? Clearly these data do not come from emails. They have not been generated by humans directly. This is where Big Data comes into play https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/05/130522085217.htm

Putin: AI will rule the World

  http://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/14141/putin-says-whoever-has-the-best-artificial-intelligence-will-rule-the-world So? What have YOU done recently to improve your AI ?  

Amazon’s Facial Recognition Wrongly Identifies 28 Lawmakers, A.C.L.U. Says

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