For those of us who’ve worked in Natural Language Processing, it’s the shallowness of the Gmail sentence completion processing that impresses. For us, it’s an infinitesimal glimpse of what is possible when this branch of AI becomes a full-fledged writers’ tool.
You say you write as “a self-defining activity,” but, as with your reference to Idi Amin in a Between the Covers interview, it is also first a reflection, then artifact of a far-reaching curiosity and a curiously extraordinary memory.
There certainly is a lot of conversation around this topic. More use cases, and specific ones, close to design/build/deploy practice than in Bostrom’s philosophical work, are needed.
I especially liked the reference here to safety. In the NIST Big Data WG Security and Privacy subgroup, a safety framework is strongly…
Thanks for sharing this overview of TbD-Net. I was unaware of it.
I’ll be sharing this summary with our IEEE P7003 (Algorithmic Bias ) and IEEE P7001 (Transparency in Autonomous Systems) Working Groups, both of whom are working to improve engineering practices in this area. (IEEE has a number of WGs laboring on various…
I thought about using AWS to monitor the home network but decided pushing the traffic there wouldn’t be worth the expense. There’s a surprising amount of traffic across 40 devices in this smart home, work-from-home era.
Well done and comprehensive.
I was skimming your exposition to see if anyone’s worked on domain specific language extensions to VSC. Are you aware of any? Sort of a counterpart to the role that XText plays in the Eclipse world . . .