The threat of AI taking our jobs has been exaggerated. The future is in the ‘human services cloud’

Wednesday 28 December 2016 Humans and AI are already working together to provide some services iLexx / iStock Read more from The WIRED World 2017ADVERTISEMENT Advances in deep learning have led Elon Musk and others to start preparing for the AI apocalypse. And indeed, by feeding terabytes into neural networks, computers are now able to understand voices, recognise faces and sift through data with unprecedented accuracy. And yet, advances in so-called unsupervised learning – which finds the structure or relationships in data inputs without training in the way that a child learns from experience – are almost non-existent. In recent years, Yann LeCun of Facebook, Geoffrey Hinton of Google and Yoshua Bengio from the University of Montreal have made significant advances in machine learning through their use of deep neural…


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