Why machine-learning will enhance, not replace, human creativity

Machines are getting smarter. And pretty soon, they’ll come for us. That seems to be the story today, whether from Hollywood or in breathless articles in popular tech magazines about artificial intelligence and nanotechnology. F**k it, we’ll do it live! Our biggest ever edition of TNW Conference is fast approaching! Join 10,000 tech leaders this May in Amsterdam. In a world where machines can learn, once humans push the “on” button, there’s no stopping our robot overlords, right? Not exactly. When machines become more intelligent, humans are freed to become more creative. That opens doors to completely new possibilities. At the most basic level, machines “learn” by using algorithms to analyze data and find patterns or predict outcomes. Machine-learning technologies use the results they obtain to adapt their algorithms and…


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