Using Artificial Intelligence to Augment Human Intelligence


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Using Artificial Intelligence to Augment Human Intelligence
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10 weeks ago by adamrpah
By creating user interfaces which let us work with the representations inside machine learning models, we can give people new tools for reasoning.
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10 weeks ago by cito
And from that excellent essay on artificial intelligence and creativity, a reminder:
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10 weeks ago by miaridge
By creating user interfaces which let us work with the representations inside machine learning models, we can give people new tools for reasoning.
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10 weeks ago by hschilling
Historically, different answers to this question – that is, different visions of computing – have helped inspire and determine the computing systems humanity has ultimately built. Consider the early electronic computers. ENIAC, the world’s first general-purpose electronic computer, was commissioned to compute artillery firing tables for the United States Army. Other early computers were also used to solve numerical problems, such as simulating nuclear explosions, predicting the weather, and planning the motion of rockets. The machines operated in a batch mode, using crude input and output devices, and without any real-time interaction. It was a vision of computers as number-crunching machines, used to speed up calculations that would formerly have taken weeks, months, or more for a team of humans.
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10 weeks ago by since1968
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11 weeks ago by Baptiste
"As discussed earlier, in one common view of AI our computers will continue to get better at solving problems, but human beings will remain largely unchanged. In a second common view, human beings will be modified at the hardware level, perhaps directly through neural interfaces, or indirectly through whole brain emulation.

We’ve described a third view, in which AIs actually change humanity, helping us invent new cognitive technologies, which expand the range of human thought. Perhaps one day those cognitive technologies will, in turn, speed up the development of AI, in a virtuous feedback cycle: "
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11 weeks ago by ssam
RT : New essay, with , in : "Using Artificial Intelligence to Augment Human Intelligence"
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11 weeks ago by codepo8
By creating user interfaces which let us work with the representations inside machine learning models, we can give people new tools for reasoning.
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11 weeks ago by amy
RT : The emergence of a field combining AI and intelligence augmentation (IA) (from …
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11 weeks ago by bjm
common conception of computers as tools to outsource cognition leads to a conception of AI as oracle. this essay instead explores how the computer can be used to introduce new cognitive primitives, thus transforming the way we think. just like language, symbolic algebra, graphs/maps, photoshop, etc. examples given use generative models that can be fiddled with to explore a design space (for example designing typefaces, or designing shoes).

ties into my own (!) much less clear ideas about working with (as opposed to competing with) machines: https://youtu.be/DoBC4uiDk1Y?t=30m

also see relationship to bret victor's ladder of abstraction (http://worrydream.com/#!2/LadderOfAbstraction).

later, in the section about creativity, there is this: "Perhaps operations can be added which deliberately take us out of the latent space, or to less probable (and so more surprising) parts of the space of natural images." -- which ties to something that came up in marian dörk's discussion of the information flaneur (http://mariandoerk.de/informationflaneur/) when he was on datastories. the question was whether a search interface can have elements that can randomly drop the user into a completely different part of the search space in order to guard against e.g. filter bubbles (i thought maybe better to have some sort of zoom-in/zoom-out type of feature to get context on demand -- this is like the reverse of ben schneiderman's "overview first, zoom and filter, details on deman" since we start from individual data points and then zoom out to more overview
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11 weeks ago by tarakc02
has a nice article featuring some experiments with my font dataset:
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By creating user interfaces which let us work with the representations inside machine learning models, we can give people new tools for reasoning.
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11 weeks ago by cmenke
New essay, with @shancarter, in @distillpub: "Using Artificial Intelligence to Augment Human Intelligence"
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