[LI] Self-driving possibilities; AI limitations

Two posts on LinkedIn regarding implications of “self-driving” technologies, and interaction of people with AI. How autonomous can AI be, and how in various different applied settings?

Self-driving technology is going to change a lot more than cars: How self-driving technology could transform everything from retail to transit,” by Timothy B. Lee, Ars Technica, 29 May 2018 (posted June 2018)

What does this mean for development of autonomous processes more generally, incl. virtual? “Self driving” metaphor still seems useful for intelligent automation of job searches & applications.

Artificial intelligence: when humans coexist with robots,” by Richard Waters, Financial Times, 9 October 2018 (posted October 2018)

Discussion of limitations of types of AI pointing to hybrid human-AI systems. But do we expect AI to do too much? Should we aim for “teams” of less ambitious but seriously task-competent AI tools that can interface w/ each other?


Other blogs > LinkedIn > LinkedIn articles & posts, 2018 (Jul–Dec)

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