World Economic Forum Highlights the State of Artificial Intelligence

For sure, 2015 was a major year for advancements in artificial intelligence, marked by events such the first autonomously driven car. The state of AI today and moving forward provided ample fodder for a fascinating panel discussion at this year’s World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Here are some of the highlights of the talk, which featured some of the leading minds in AI today. From Reading to Understanding While self-driving cars got plenty of attention last year, some of the most notable advances in AI of late center on the legal profession, noted Andrew Moore, dean of Carnegie Mellon’s School of Computer Science. While natural language processing of legal documents for e-discovery and other purposes is hardly a new idea, many companies are applying more advanced machine learning techniques to…


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