I had a scene in a film which you can now view online for free.
Transcript of Nat Buckley’s talk about why you should quit your job and start your own company, which is very good.
Similarly, I like ‘History of Philosophy without any gaps’. 277 episodes in and he’s got to the 14th century. historyofphilosophy.net
@machinestarts It’d be good to explain the skills and, importantly, limits of the program/algorithm in question. But I realise it gets complicated/boring!
@machinestarts All true… but I fear it gives the wrong impression to general readers, that scary general intelligence things are being used for this.
@machinestarts It sounds over-sold, and misleading, for the purposes of an exciting story. But I guess that’s one (of many) reasons I’m not a journalist :)
@machinestarts I’d say it’s such basic “intelligence” it hardly qualifies for the term. And devalues any current or future actual “intelligent” things.
@machinestarts I'm curious: This doesn't sound like AI as I think of it. Is it in any way "intelligent"? Or is "AI" now a uselessly broad, over-hyped term?
Remember when we used “AI” to refer to things that would be intelligent? Rather than a dumb computer program? bbc.co.uk/news/technolog…
@dracos I suppose so :) Good luck, with all of it!