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AI that makes ethical decisions?

eLearningworld News A new study from the Institute of Cognitive Science at the University of Osnabrück, Germany, shows the next step in the development of autonomous vehicles and its ethical implications. According to the study the artificial intelligence is developing into making ethical decisions when the human driver has to make a choice and are not able to. And in this context, the AI will be able to evaluate the human’s behaviour and take action… Continue reading

BIG European AI hub to get into the race of global competition

A few weeks ago we wrote about the prospects of Artificial Intelligence and that Europe is lagging behind within the field. Now the EU Commission has presented the European strategy to get into the game, Vice-President for the Digital Single Market Andrus Ansip said: “Just as the steam engine and electricity did in the past, AI is transforming our world. It presents new challenges that Europe should meet together in order for AI to succeed… Continue reading

Latest News: School Digitization – Denmark taking a new step in the integration-process

eLearningworld News from Denmark As the leader in the Nordic Countries in school digitization the Danish government and the Danish regions now has built a new strategy for the coming years. The minister for children, education and equality Ellen Trane Nørby explains: ”We are living in a digital world that is in continual development, and the pupils must be equipped to be able to progress in this reality. The pupils must be able to use… Continue reading

Latest News: Google AI development reaches new milestone: But can AI be friendly and wise?

eLearningworld News from US Google reached another milestone in its development of artificial intelligence when the company managed to build a computer that can beat expert players of the Ancient board game Go, MIT Technology Review reports. The board game originally was invented in China 2500 years ago and it requires humanlike intuition to play it successfully. This is because the player must learn to recognize abstract patterns in hundreds of pieces placed across the… Continue reading