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The Premature Obituary of Programming
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The Premature Obituary of Programming

Why deep learning will not replace programming.

Building Machine Learning Models Like Open Source Software
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Building Machine Learning Models Like Open Source Software

Proposing a community-based system for model development.

Software Engineering of Machine Learning Systems
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Software Engineering of Machine Learning Systems

Seeking to make machine learning more dependable.

Ethical AI is Not about AI
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Ethical AI is Not about AI

The equation Ethics + AI = Ethical AI is questionable.

The Elephant in the Room
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The Elephant in the Room

It is time to get the POSIX elephant off our necks.

Fears about AI Are Overblown
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Fears about AI Are Overblown

ChatGPT is a net gain for society.

Dense Visual Representations, NeRFs, and LLMs for Robotics
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Dense Visual Representations, NeRFs, and LLMs for Robotics

Google research scientist Pete Florence discusses how robotics can benefit from dense visual representations, neural radiance fields, and large language models....

Interpretability of Artificial Neural Network Models in AI versus Neuroscience
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Interpretability of Artificial Neural Network Models in AI versus Neuroscience

Potential synergies and tensions between neuroscientists and AI researchers in interpreting artificial neural networks.

Advancing Ethics Review Practices in AI Research
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Advancing Ethics Review Practices in AI Research

Recent initiatives to implement AI ethics review processes, better understand societal impacts, and share learnings have had a positive effect, but more needs to...

AI Is Now Essential National Infrastructure
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AI Is Now Essential National Infrastructure

Building government artificial intelligence capability is as important as roads and rail.

Can AI Invent?
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Can AI Invent?

Recent patent applications for two inventions that are claimed to have been made by an AI are bringing these questions to the fore.

The Overlooked Upsides of Algorithms in the Workplace
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The Overlooked Upsides of Algorithms in the Workplace

Orly Lobel, a law professor at the University of San Diego, believes technology can make the world a better place — and she knows in 2022, that makes her a bit...

The AI Ethicist's Dirty Hands Problem
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The AI Ethicist's Dirty Hands Problem

Attempting to balance sometimes-conflicting interests.

The End of Programming
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The End of Programming

The end of classical computer science is coming, and most of us are dinosaurs waiting for the meteor to hit.

Are Software Updates Useless against Advanced Persistent Threats?
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Are Software Updates Useless against Advanced Persistent Threats?

Considering the conundrum of software updates.

From Quantum Computing to Quantum Communications
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From Quantum Computing to Quantum Communications

Attempting to disentangle mechanical principles.

Your Creativity Will Not Save Your Job from AI
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Your Creativity Will Not Save Your Job from AI

Once considered capable only of unimaginative, routine work, the robots of today craft articles and create award-winning art.

The New AI Writing Tool Might Teach Us the Value of Truth
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The New AI Writing Tool Might Teach Us the Value of Truth

AI literally does not care what is true.

Effective Altruism Is Pushing a Dangerous Brand of AI Safety
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Effective Altruism Is Pushing a Dangerous Brand of AI Safety

This philosophy fuels the artificial intelligence research agenda, creating a harmful system in the name of saving humanity.

Adam Dymitruk on Event Modeling
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Adam Dymitruk on Event Modeling

Exploring the event-modeling approach to discovering requirements and designing software systems.
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