Diving deeper in data science and the actual coding of data processing functions and machine learning algorithms with Python, this series of tutorial gives us a great taste of what can be done in finance and stock trading. Through a hands-on approach, it guides us through the programming needed to retrieve, manipulate and visualize data, and, more importantly, to extract actionable insights.
Reinforcement Learning is one of the most exciting parts of Machine Learning and AI, as it allows for the programming of agents taking decisions in both virtual and real-life environments. This MIT course presents the theoretical background as well as the actual Deep Q-Network algorithm, that power some of the best Reinforcement Learning applications.
The development of functional robots makes the management of fleets of robots of critical importance for robotics and the broader artificial intelligence. The following study aims at formalizing a broad range of social interactions that can be observed in natural environments, standardizing examples for computer programming of complex interactions between different robots.
Computer vision is a key aspect of artificial intelligence that is critical to many applications, from robots movements to self-driving cars and from medical imaging to products recognition in manufacturing plants. This MIT course presents the issues of computer vision and how they are handled with Convolutional Neural Networks together with the latest domains of research and state-of-the-art algorithms architectures.
A hypothetical architecture of existing machine learning algorithms to automate the self-sustained generation of new scientific and technological advances.
While many Artificial Intelligence researchers, companies and engineers are focusing their activities on the creation of Artificial General Intelligence with the hope of one day reaching the Technological Singularity, this paper takes a different approach. It presents a conceptual, speculative yet pragmatic organization of concepts to directly reach exponential scientific and technological progress. This paper is an attempt to design a process that automates the theories generation part of research and development through existing artificial intelligence algorithms and supporting technologies.
Notably relying upon recent developments in the conceptual and technical environment of graph neural networks, as well as upon multiple other technologies, the protocol breaks down the generation of scientific and technological theories in simple steps and propounds existing algorithm candidates to handle each step. With multiple scientific, mathematical and algorithmic references and sources for advanced readers, this paper nevertheless tries to make use of the simplest terms to facilitate the comprehension of a wider audience with minimal background in artificial intelligence.
Even though this paper describes a process that is still purely speculative for now, the Singularity Protocol does present a credible, structured and detailed approach to generate new scientific and technological theories at scale. And though it still needs to go through numerous adaptations, tests and computing challenges, this protocol is exclusively built upon existing technologies and it introduces a plan to gather and structure technical, financial and human resources so as to rapidly develop and implement an organization that could soon lead to the Technological Singularity. Continue reading “The Singularity may be nearer than General AI: introducing the Singularity Protocol”