Sunday, April 01, 2018 by: Vicki Batts Tags: artificial intelligence, automation, computing, DeepMind, future tech, Google, robotics, robots, technology, thought police (Natural News) AI machines or programs capable of understanding and executing human thought patterns have been a popular theme in sci-fi for decades. Countless movies and books have explored the possibilities of future AI — and most of it looks pretty darn grim for humans — and now Google’s DeepMind firm could be bringing what was once considered fiction to life. The ushering in of new AI advancements could come at a steep price, as DeepMind trains their AI bot, named Theory of Mind-net, or ToM-net, to understand how humans think. Indeed, the advent of a more human-like generation of AI is upon us — but how long will it take for these new machines to surpass their creators? Reports indicate that DeepMind’s new ToM-net bot is capable of passing a psychological test that … [Read more...] about Training AI to understand how people think: Google’s DeepMind is one step closer to “thinking” like humans… what could possibly go wrong?
Split View Views Article contents Figures & tables Video Audio Supplementary Data PDF Cite Citation Kathleen Burgess, Katherine M. Atkinson, Jacqueline Westeinde, Natasha Crowcroft, Shelley L. Deeks, Kumanan Wilson, for the Public Health Agency of Canada/Canadian Institutes of Health Research Influenza Research Network (PCIRN) Program Delivery and Evaluation Group; Barriers and facilitators to the use of an immunization application: a qualitative study supplemented with Google Analytics data, Journal of Public Health, Volume 39, Issue 3, 1 September 2017, Pages e118–e126, https://doi.org/10.1093/pubmed/fdw032 Download citation file: RIS (Zotero) EndNote BibTex Medlars ProCite RefWorks Reference Manager © 2018 Oxford University Press Close Permissions Share Email Twitter Facebook Navbar Search Filter All All Journals Mobile Microsite Search Term Sign In … [Read more...] about Barriers and facilitators to the use of an immunization application: a qualitative study supplemented with Google Analytics data
Friday, March 30, 2018 by: JD Heyes Tags: banned, blocked, Censorship, Dennis Prager, federal court, First Amendment, free speech, Google, lawsuit, pragerU, videos, YouTube, youtube censorship (Natural News) Despite the fact that the tech media giants Facebook, YouTube and Google are engaging in some serious censorship of mostly conservative content, a federal judge in California remains unconvinced and as such has tossed a lawsuit seeking redress. In October, Prager University — PragerU — announced it had filed suit against YouTube, which is owned by Google after the video platform placed more than 50 of the organization’s videos in “restricted mode.” That meant they were unable to be accessed by accounts using parental controls so their kids would not be exposed to violent, sexually explicit, or other inappropriate content. So, do PragerU’s videos meet that threshold of content? Hardly. The organization produces five-minute videos featuring … [Read more...] about PragerU’s freedom of speech lawsuit against Google dismissed but organization says the case is far from over
Monday, March 26, 2018 by: Jayson Veley Tags: evil, Fourth Amendment, Glitch, Google, online age, police state, privacy, privacy watch, spy cameras, surveillance, techno tyranny, technology, Tyranny (Natural News) If you’ve ever had a strange desire to be watched around the clock and have pictures taken of you and your family even when you least expect it, fear not! Google has got your back! Back in October of 2017, Google officially announced the launch of Google Clips, a constantly-watching camera that uses artificial intelligence to determine what moments in your everyday life would make a good picture. If the device concludes that something is picture-worthy, then it records a short clip for you – because apparently human beings are now too stupid to decide when to pull out their cameras and take a few snapshots on their own. If you’re interested in Google Clips and don’t mind being watched for hours every day by a company that already has … [Read more...] about Google’s latest assault on your privacy comes in the form of a tiny “smart” camera designed to autonomously monitor and document your every move
Sunday, March 25, 2018 by: JD Heyes Tags: 2018 Elections, Alt-Left, Alternative media, bribery, Censorship, Collusion, conservative media, corruption, establishment media, evil, Facebook, free speech, Google, hard-Left, indy media, Journalism, mainstream media, politics, propaganda, search engine (Natural News) In recent days readers of this site have seen countless examples of how the big social media and tech companies are going out of their way to silence conservative, independent media supportive of President Donald J. Trump and his agenda. Google-owned YouTube, as noted by a legal effort sponsored by PragerU, is in the process of blocking, censoring, or defunding such content on its video-sharing platform. Facebook changed its algorithm in February which resulted in substantial reductions in reach for conservative, pro-Trump media — so much so that a number of sites are scaling back personnel or closing down altogether. A new analysis by The Western Journal confirms … [Read more...] about Google now blatantly buying off journalists to STEAL elections, as YouTube terminates conservative channels before the 2018 midterms