How close is machine learning to artificial intelligence? ‘Talking Machines’ provides clear answers

‘Talking Machines’ is a biweekly podcast analyzing machine learning’s implications. Katherine Gorman (left) and Prof. Ryan Adams (right) are its co-hosts. Here, we talk to the podcast’s executive producer and co-host, Katherine Gorman &nbspLaura Rosbrow-Telem12 mins ago Nothing in technology scares people more than machines replacing their jobs, and further down the road, taking over the universe. Most major media outlets capitalize on this fear with pieces such as the BBC’s “Will a robot take your job?” quiz, and scores of movies including the Matrix and Her imagine automation and artificial intelligence worst scenarios. But when many people think of “machine learning,” a subset of artificial intelligence (AI) where computer algorithms can receive new information and learn without supervision, they concern themselves with humanity’s ability to survive a cybernetic army that has become too intelligent for…


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