State of AI 2019

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Jonathan
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State of AI 2019

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https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/28/1819 ... al-science

This seems useful to the non-practitioner, to me at least.

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https://arstechnica.com/information-tec ... text-ai/2/
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We’re gonna be leveling the playing field. The tariffs are hurting China very badly. They don’t want them and frankly if we can make the deal, it would be my honor to remove them. But otherwise, we are having very many billions of dollars pouring into our Treasury; we have never had that before with China. It has been very much of a one-way street. So that’s happening. And the relationship with China is very good, but I think they finally respect our country. They haven’t respected us for a long time, not for a long time.

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Quick, feed it all the code in GitHub and see what it does! I bet it won't comment its code either.
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