“Learn about robots [Stanford’s] faculty have developed and studied since the 1960s, hear from some of [Stanford’s] current robot makers, and see how [Stanford’s] students are learning to create the robots of the future.” news.stanford.edu
“The evolution of artificial intelligence has exploded over the past five years, leading to computers that can drive and talk. New York Times’ Cade Metz explains how machines are learning on their own.” www.npr.org.
It’s an interesting interview. Even better than reading the transcript is listening to the interview (35 minutes).
“Robots in the operating room. Algorithms that act like personal DJs. Trucks that drive themselves. . . . From Hollywood to the surgical suite, machine learning technology is now poised to disrupt sectors that seemed safe from automation just a few years ago.” Follow this link to an interesting CBC Day6 radio program: www.cbc.ca/radio/day6