• Connect ALL your data with IBM Universal Behavior Exchange
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    Connect ALL your data with IBM Universal Behavior Exchange

    IBM Universal Behavior Exchange can connect our entire marketing ecosystem. This helps everyone across our organization have the same view of our information. so our platforms can finally speak a shared language across all systems, helping us get a complete picture of our customer’s journey? Yes, we can actually work together to create personalized customer experiences in the right channel at the right time with the right message. It’s easy to integrate any system we want to connect, including our own applications, IBM’s technologies, or even third party solutions, and we don’t have to wait months for it to install or maintain it. This means we don’t have to replace…

  • Universal and Non-universal Features of Musical Pitch Perception Revealed by Singing
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    Universal and Non-universal Features of Musical Pitch Perception Revealed by Singing

    [MUSIC PLAYING] [PLAYING FLUTE] JOSH MCDERMOTT: Perception and cognition result from some sort of complex interplay between our genes and our experience. But in humans, the vast majority of experiments that have been conducted are on members of Western societies because that’s where most of the scientists are. The experiences of those kinds of people are relatively homogeneous. We don’t know a whole lot about how much variation is possible that might be driven by experiential variation. NORI JACOBY: Now one domain in which this is extremely prominent is music. Music is present in all known cultures. And this suggests some kind of a biological basis. However, music is also…

  • Why you are wrong about Universal Basic Income | The power of AI within the hands of the few
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    Why you are wrong about Universal Basic Income | The power of AI within the hands of the few

    The amount of common euphoria and uncritical reception of an idea so big as universal basic income makes me question how many people realize nothing good exists without condition. Somehow we are supposed to trust huge corporations whose sole intention has always been consolidation of wealth and economic power to the point nothing and nobody can question their dominance. Corporations that track our every movement, follow our credit cards and cellphone IDs everywhere we go in order to have a perfect track record of our personality traits and thoughts. Corporations that in order to bring greater profit for their shareholders, exploit child labor in undemocratic countries or failed states, just…

  • Will You Be Replaced? Dangers of Automation – Universal Basic Income
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    Will You Be Replaced? Dangers of Automation – Universal Basic Income

    robots are set to replace humans in the workplace by 2050 creating massive Unemployment Universal basic income may be the only answer to our problem Really really truly this can’t be the best solution the world can come up with humans have an uncanny ability to be incredibly versatile and creative while the robot has the ability to be many multiple times better than a human at a specific job it cannot do thousands upon thousands of tasks like a human and their creative ability is limited by what we give them to work with without human intervention robots would have no creativity problem-solving skills or capacity even roots teaching…

  • AI Playing Games: Crash Course AI #12
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    AI Playing Games: Crash Course AI #12

    Jabril: D7 John-Green-bot: Miss. John-Green-bot: I-9 Jabril: NOOOOOOOOOO Hey, I’m Jabril and welcome to Crash Course AI! John-Green-bot might struggle with some things like natural language processing and moving through the real world, but using AI he’s pretty good at board games. AI researchers spend a LOT of time trying to teach AI how to beat humans at games, & this isn’t just because games are fun. Games provide constrained scenarios for testing new AI algorithms and approaches. In a game, it’s easy to know whether the AI is winning or losing, because there’s usually a score or some objective measure of “winning.” This is great because AI learns from…

  • Can robots take care of the elderly?
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    Can robots take care of the elderly?

    My seven love bill J. Yeah, she was agent one life she was It’s loneliness a big problem amongst your generation I mean you know they are because no one ever comes to visit. You know they they never seen that one you know and then They go down to town about once a week. That’s why we use I’m Shelby and I say life You know what about the idea of a robot for a companion? What’s that my little female? You haven’t drunk anything for two hours Hello papa hello We could do this forever oh no we could The elderly population is growing it’s a real problem,…

  • Reinforcement Learning: Crash Course AI#9
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    Reinforcement Learning: Crash Course AI#9

    Hey, I’m Jabril and welcome to Crash Course AI. Say I want to get a cookie from a jar that’s on a tall shelf. There isn’t one “right way” to get the cookies. Maybe I find a ladder, use a lasso, or build a complicated system of pulleys. These could all be brilliant or terrible ideas, but if something works, I get the sweet taste of victory… and I learn that doing that same thing could get me another cookie in the future. We learn lots of things by trial-and-error, and this kind of “learning by doing” to achieve complicated goals is called Reinforcement Learning. INTRO So far, we’ve talked…