Shouldn’t we go for driverless or nothing?

On may 7th, in Williston, Florida, the first known fatality involving auto-pilot on a Tesla model S. The auto pilot software “tuned out what looked like an overhead road sign to avoid false braking events.” Only in this particular case, it was not an overhead sign, it was a tractor trailer. The high-ride height of the trailer… Continue reading Shouldn’t we go for driverless or nothing?

Human biases in massively scaled algorithms

And you are biased too! Not convinced? Try the IAT test at Harvard’s project Implicit. Source: Shutterstock An interesting article on Human Bias, Machine Learning and the questions raised by the fact that “Humans are biased, and the biases we encode into machines are then scaled and automated”. Are we making machines learn the way our biased brain… Continue reading Human biases in massively scaled algorithms