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By grounding leadership on this subject in principle and an affirmation of fundamental democratic rights, CEOs can ensure that they are leading on this issue, while continuing to be good stewards of their organizations.
Next-generation prototypes will use the same artificial muscle principle with a speedier, more maneuverable design and a different fuel.
Josh Silverman arrived at the solution via recursion and telescoping, while Lucas Fagan impressively solved it using the inclusion-exclusion principle.
CAN THE HARE BEAT THE TORTOISE?ZACH WISSNER-GROSSJULY 17, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
While efforts to build ethical principles into AI are already underway, they are nascent and in many contexts there are a vast number of potential strategies to choose from.
That’s the assertion of ARK Invest, which today published a meta-analysis indicating the cost of training is improving at 50 times the pace of Moore’s law, the principle that computer hardware performance doubles every two years.
Databases of billions of these compounds exist, all of which could probably be synthesized in principle but most of which have never been made.
The NeurekaTM challenge is much smaller in scale, but it embodies the same principles.
Given this principle, the author asked whether it’s possible for AI to exercise creativity, skill, or any other indicator of originality.
Their jobs — and many more — apply textbook principles of science in the real world.
So I like the principle of, let’s think about what the social-safety net should look like in the future, and let’s make sure that we’re taking care of people who really have fallen on hard times and can’t take care of themselves.
FED UP (EP. 390)STEPHEN J. DUBNERSEPTEMBER 26, 2019FREAKONOMICS

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