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  1. Philadelphia
    https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ Best not to look it directly in the eyes...
  2. News
    http://money.cnn.com/2018/06/07/technology/uber-patent-identify-drunks/index.html Uber may be able to tell when you've had a few too many drinks. The ridesharing giant has explored identifying drunk passengers with artificial intelligence, according to a patent application published Thursday...
  3. Autonomous
    How does everyone feel about self-driving cars? Besides taking jobs away, are you afraid of having them on the street in general?
  4. Complaints
    After dealing with Uber “support” dozens of times, and every time, being shockingly disappointed over how absolutely brain-dead bad it is, i’m starting to wonder if the support isnt actually outsourced to Rohit in India, but is instead, a poorly crafted, brain-damaged attempt at artificial...
  5. Toronto (Ontario)
    http://money.cnn.com/2017/09/04/technology/culture/elon-musk-ai-world-war/index.html The most chilling explanation of AI I've in heard in months.
  6. Autonomous
    Rideshare drivers are not the only ones whose jobs are threatened by automation. NewCo Shift, May 12th by Scott Rosenberg When artificial intelligence invades the white-collar ranks, the tasks it will eliminate first are most likely to be grunt-work: the cases that newly minted lawyers must...
  7. Autonomous
    Drivers are justifiably concerned about SDCs eliminating their jobs. We are not alone. Among the professions endangered by automation are both Doctors and Lawyers. Fortunately, I think Indian Chiefs are safe, for now at least. ;) There are already over 20 apps that give legal advise and over...
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