Unlike fictional child robots, real-life AI was not conceived and raised to connect us with our human nature. But maybe that's a mistake?
After reading his 1950 article, "Computing Machinery and Intelligence", I decided to write Alan Turing a letter asking him what to do when the roles have been switched and it is AI putting us to the test.
What if I told you that quick answers are part of the problem rather than the solution to creating long-term value with generative AI?
Many have heard of the Turing test, but what did Alan Turing think about the difference between humans and machines? Why did he never answer his own question, "Can machines think?" And why did he talk about a "question and answer method" but focused solely on
Yesterday I had a conversation with Niels who suggested it's because we don't understand this kind of technology. And when we don't understand something, we either: 🤷♀️ Consider it inevitable 🙅♀️ Refuse to have anything to do with it, or 🙇♀️ Ascribe a higher 'intelligence'
Finans: Hvad gør man, når man har penge nok til at gøre præcis, hvad der passer én?
I like data-driven decisions, but I like decision-driven data more. Decision-driven data is what you get when: Tech founders make a decision about - what kind of data to collect and NOT to collect Tech owners make a decision about - what kind of data to use and NOT to
🎶 I dag er det miiiin fødselsdag, hurra hurra hurra! Jeg sikkert mig en gave får, som jeg har ønsket mig i år 🎶 - Eller også gør jeg ikke. Hvis der er noget, jeg har lært de første 44 år af mit liv, så er det, at jeg ikke bliver lykkelig
AI: How we failed The Marshmallow TestWhat if AI is not about finding the best answers to the most difficult questions, but about avoiding dealing with the fact that some questions cannot be answered? Asking scientists and decision makers to deal with a question they do not know the answer
When I was growing up, no one told me my brain was lazy and wired to seek the shortest distance to reward. I was never accused of being biased, and I didn’t know I suffered from FOMO and social comparison. Today we not only tell each other that our