Cartoon of the Week – Machines are Getting Smarter

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This week, Amazon announced a machine learning platform that will allow developers to easily make certain assumptions and predictions based on past data. Many companies are already utilizing these sorts of algorithms, Netflix’s recommendation engine for instance, but this platform will reduce the time it takes for the algorithm to learn. While the possibilities of this sort of artificial intelligence are exciting, we also need to be aware of potential ethical consequences that may arise.

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I am the Chief Executive Officer of eXo Platform (the open source digital workplace platform), a company that I co-founded while in college and that I came back to after several years in the banking and consulting industry. I blog about modern work, about open-source and sovereignty issues. Occasionally, I also blog about my personal areas of interest, such as personal development, work–life balance, sustainability and gender equality.

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