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Yoshua Bengio, Yann Lecun, and Geoffrey Hinton on the future of #AI and the challenges to get there: https://t.co/IUcc6vkqOd https://t.co/j1AwoWjiol Original tweet: https://twitter.com/giano/status/1423316627643326466

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3/ The real “intelligent automation”, the big breakthrough would be if #AI could learn in an unsupervised way what has changed in the aforementioned ever-changing IT environment and adapt the existing #automation workflows accordingly. That would dramatically lower the TCO. Original tweet: https://twitter.com/giano/status/1422950570046918657

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2/ We often talk about “intelligent automation” in terms of #AI coupled with #automation to execute whatever decision the algorithm has come up with. That’s improper terminology. It should be called “applied intelligence” or “operational AI” or something else. Original tweet: https://twitter.com/giano/status/1422950568876707847

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1/ Rarely discussed, the TCO of #automation is largely impacted by the enormous effort necessary to maintain existing workflows relevant and functional in an ever changing IT environment. Just like #AI, automation is not a deploy & forget technology. Original tweet: https://twitter.com/giano/status/1422950567912091649

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We often talk about #AI winters but seasonal cycles exist for many other technologies. For sure, the last 10 years have been a winter seasons for enterprise IT management. Eventually, the cycle will end, as it always does. Original tweet: https://twitter.com/giano/status/1413953860335554572

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I finally got a chance to try the #AI-based Brickit app. Despite NOT following instructions, computer vision managed to recognise the bricks in difficult positions. If this is not shut down, it has enormous potential. https://t.co/fad3CNgzSG Original tweet: https://twitter.com/giano/status/1413788303288057858

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If you learn your craft from a master tailor, he/she will teach you how to construct a jacket in a very biased way: his/her way. “I learned from X” is a badge of honour for an apprentice. But if you learn from a biased #AI, it’s something to be concerned about. https://t.co/fxHgVO95m7 Original tweet: https://twitter.com/giano/status/1413169828639150080

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I have high hopes for this engine: For gaming: the metaverse, if/when it’ll exist, should not be built on proprietary foundations. For non-gaming: we need an open source space to train #AI > https://t.co/svTboIhYtY https://t.co/eUebIkbQSB Original tweet: https://twitter.com/giano/status/1412462945561362439

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Reversing persecutors and targets in #AI-base surveillance. I’d expect many other countries to follow the example > AI measures how much time politicians spend on their phones https://t.co/jzO77jbri1 Original tweet: https://twitter.com/giano/status/1412380376803287042

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Must-read example of how to be a contrarian > Tesla #AI chief explains why self-driving cars don’t need lidar https://t.co/ztRxJYasol Original tweet: https://twitter.com/giano/status/1411383619873083393