Technology in Montana: The bogeyman that isn't artificial intelligence
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This is the first of three stories on how information technology and innovation are transforming industries and people's lives. The topics were discussed during a roundtable reception with the leaders of IBM, Panasonic and the Washington Corp. at the University of Montana.
The ability of computers to learn your habits and influence your behavior might sound like a bad dream of a futuristic world, one where cyborgs outsmart humans and rise to dominate the planet.
The good news is, artificial intelligence can't exist without humans making it. The bad news is - if it's bad news at all - the technology is already here and it's only going to evolve.
By Martin Kidston/Missoula Current
Artificial intelligence will change America. Here's how. http://www.matr.net/article-75762.html
Microsoft CEO says artificial intelligence is the 'ultimate breakthrough' http://www.matr.net/article-75610.html
Google's Brin 'surprised' by speed of AI advances http://www.matr.net/article-75262.html
More articles about AI: http://www.matr.net/news.phtml?showa ... &cat_id=194
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