Yann André LeCun is a French-American computer scientist working primarily in the fields of machine learning, computer vision, mobile robotics, and computational neuroscience.
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THE UNTOLD TECH STORY OF OUR TIMEWhat does it mean to be smart? To be human? What do we really want from life and the intelligence we have, or might create?With deep and exclusive reporting, across hundreds of interviews, New York Times Silicon Valley journalist Cade Metz brings you into the rooms where these questions are being answered. Where an ...
"Genius Makers" "The mavericks who brought AI to Google, Facebook, and the World" A very nice book by NYT's Cade Metz on the recent history of AI and the meteoric rise of Deep Learning. Lots of previously untold stories. – source
I agree with this 150%. The point was made clearly by Lawrence Lessig in his book "Free Culture". – source
@MartinVetterli @EPFL_en @EPFL @epflSV @epflSB @ICepfl @epflENAC @epflcdm @EPFLcdh @agepoly @DariusRochebin The "Other Minds" book is great. – source
Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are?
I'm reading that book. It's great! De Waal's point is that if you think that human-style language and symbol manipulation are special traits of human intelligence, you are a neo-creationist. Thanks @TonyZador – source