A #BurnInBook Moment is a marker for when a trend, scene or tech from the book plays out in the real world. You can post your own moment or review with the hashtag #BurnInBook
Note: Between #BurnInBook launch, other groups’ speeches and events, and teaching 3 grad courses at ASU, I have given over 400 online talks since pandemic started.
So while I’d love more “interaction” too, I also respect public health
The U.S. is quietly mobilizing its economy for competition with China , with a focus on AI
Why we wrote the ‘useful fiction’ of
#ghostfleet and #BurnInBook ,
to help people, who won’t read a 756 page (!) report, to understand these issues
How a computer sees an Apple iPod…
The latest generation of adversarial image attacks is, uh, somewhat simpler to carry out https://openai.com/blog/multimodal-neurons/
This is your #BurnInBook moment of the day @peterwsinger
It looks kinda adorable in these videos.
Chatbots that resurrect the dead
“Technology to build chatbots trained on the emails and text messages of the dead exists, but the ethics — and legal issues — are wide open.”
The State of AI in 10 charts
Great summary set
Google’s medical AI was super accurate in a lab. Real life was a different story.
#burninbook moment from Sweden
“Flock, whose cameras use automatic license plate reader technology, is well on its way to deploying a connected network of AI-powered cameras that detect the movements of cars across the United States”
0 of 23 US govt agencies reviewed by GAO had implemented the set of known “cybersecurity best practices for identifying and mitigating risks associated with the government’s information and communications technology”
Why #BurnInBook moments are coming…