“I learned at an early age how important it is what kind of political regime prevails.”
The joy and pain of artificial intelligence was already apparent in the 1920s.
“I was the last world champion to win a match against a computer.”
JERUSALEM — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu walked the Great Wall of China at the end of a state visit to China. During the visit, which ended Wednesday, the University of Haifa signed an agreement with the Hangzhou Wahaha Group, a Chinese conglomerate, and the Institute of Automation at the Chinese Academy of Sciences that…
Marvin Minsky, the artificial intelligence pioneer who helped make machines think, leading to computers that understand spoken commands and beat grandmasters at chess, has died at the age of 88, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology said.
Long before Stephen Hawking warned us about the dangers of artificial intelligence, the legend of the Golem conveyed to Jews the same subliminal message.
Google’s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, hopes there might one day be a more exciting option for dealing with hate speech: artificial intelligence.
Eugene Goostman, a computer-generated entity, is smart enough to fool experts into thinking he’s human. Rabbi Mark Goldfeder asks if he is Jewish enough to count in a minyan.
Eugene Goostman is the first-ever computer generated entity to respond so well to questions that even experts would think he’s a real person. Guess what? He’s totally Jewish.