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Artificial Intelligence and the Two Singularities - Calum Chace


The science of AI was born a little over 60 years ago, but for most of that time its achievements were modest. In 2012 it experienced a big bang, when a branch of statistics called Machine



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Artificial Intelligence and the Two Singularities - Calum Chace


The science of AI was born a little over 60 years ago, but for most of that time its achievements were modest. In 2012 it experienced a big bang, when a branch of statistics called Machine