Google founder sends an open letter: AI enters spring

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 Google founder sends an open letter: AI enters spring


NetEase science and technology news April 28th, according to foreign media reports, artificial intelligence is the theme of Alphabets top management recently mentioned repeatedly in his speech. The latest open letter from SergeyBrin, the founder of the company, is no exception, but it mentioned the possible flaws in the security, work and fairness of artificial intelligence in the letter. Since its listing in 2004, the company has published an open letter every year by two co founders of brin or Larry Paige (LarryPage). Machine learning and artificial intelligence have been mentioned. But this year brin elaborated on the recent boom in artificial intelligence, which he described as Renaissance. Brin wrote, the spring in the field of artificial intelligence is the most important development in the computing field of my life, and his company has obviously changed the way the world uses computers. When Google was founded in 1998, brin wrote that the machine learning technology, born in 1940s, is either an artificial neural network or a forgotten footnote in computer science. But today, this method has become the driving force of the recent rise of artificial intelligence and investment boom. In an open letter, brin reveals some of the list of Alphabet neural networks, which include automatic driving car identification, translation of language, headlines for YouTube video, diagnosis of eye diseases, and even better neural networks. Brins support for the improvement of computing power has led to the possibility of artificial intelligence. He said that the custom AI chips running inside some Google servers are 1 million times stronger than the PentiumII chips in Googles first server. In a mathematical humor, he said that the processing speed of Googles quantum computing chip would be faster and faster than the existing computer. As you might expect, brin hopes that Alphabet and others will find more uses of AI. But he also acknowledged the possible disadvantages of the technology. This powerful tool also brings new problems and responsibilities, he wrote. Brin said that artificial intelligence tools may change the nature and quantity of work, and may be used to manipulate groups, which may cause readers to associate Facebooks recent wave. Brin wrote that concerns about the security of artificial intelligence cover many aspects of the fear of science fiction style, such as the performance of autopilot. All this sounds very likely for Google and the technology industry. At the same time, these market participants are working hard to gain profits from the field of artificial intelligence. Even some Google employees were not sure whether the company was on the right path - thousands of people signed a protest letter asking the company to boycott a contract with the U. S. Department of defense to learn the machine for UAV video analysis. Instead of mentioning the problem, brin summed up the shortcomings of artificial intelligence in a relatively comforting way. In his letter, he mentioned the companys partnership in the artificial intelligence organization PartnershiponAI, and Alphabets research in areas such as how to make learning software not cheating, and how artificial intelligence decisions are easier to be understood by humans. I expect that machine learning technology can continue to develop rapidly, and that Alphabet is still a leader - in both the technical and moral fields, brin wrote. (Han Bing) source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Bai Xin _NT4464 All this sounds very likely for Google and the technology industry. At the same time, these market participants are working hard to gain profits from the field of artificial intelligence. Even some Google employees were not sure whether the company was on the right path - thousands of people signed a protest letter asking the company to boycott a contract with the U. S. Department of defense to learn the machine for UAV video analysis. Instead of mentioning the problem, brin summed up the shortcomings of artificial intelligence in a relatively comforting way. In his letter, he mentioned the companys partnership in the artificial intelligence organization PartnershiponAI, and Alphabets research in areas such as how to make learning software not cheating, and how artificial intelligence decisions are easier to be understood by humans. I expect that machine learning technology can continue to develop rapidly, and that Alphabet is still a leader - in both the technical and moral fields, brin wrote. (Han ice)