Can you help our image selection algorithm to get better?
We’re building a very cool tool that recommends images for a piece of text. Can you spare 5 mins to help with our experiment?
Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) – an introduction
Our AI team presents a popular unsupervised machine learning technique that aims at extracting relevant topics from large sets of documents, Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA).
Artificial Intelligence (AI) vs WordPress plugins
Me: “Alexa, does my SME need to use AI business solutions?”
Alexa: “Yes! Your SME needs AI now!”
The near-duplicates problem and novelty detection by fruit flies
Learn from a fruit fly how to spot near-duplicates in your database. Our CTO, Cristiano, explains how.
If you are interested, have a look at the original fly Bloom filter paper by Dasgupta, Sheehan, Stevens and Navlakha.
Existential risks – part 2
So far, advances in technology have been largely positive and improved human life in countless ways. Will future innovations continue to be positive or are there reasons to believe they could be catastrophic? In this final part we will look at Nick Bostrom’s view on Artificial Intelligence in some more detail.
So far, advances in technology have been largely positive and improved human life in countless ways. Will future innovations continue to be positive or are there reasons to believe they could be catastrophic? In this two-part series we will look at some of the work of philosopher Nick Bostrom and examine risks which could threaten humanity’s very existence.
Our CTO, Cristiano, speaks at the Barclays Eagle Lab’s first AI event in Brighton yesterday, trying to de-mystify AI for the audience.
AI versus dualism
This week our philosopher-in-residence Dan C explains what he has learnt from playing with robots. With the obvious philosophical substantiation.
Why don’t AIs do rubber ducking?
Following on from Bradley’s blog on “Rubber Duck Debugging” and a talk by David Y on “Tools for problem solving”, a discussion ensued in the office on whether you could use this particular tool for problem solving in Artificial Intelligence.
CogX 2019: An overview of some interesting developments
David Y attended this year’s CogX in London last week and gives a personal overview of some of the interesting topics discussed.
Fake it ’till you make it: on art, learning, economy and strange bedrooms
Your company has just moved into a new office. You and your team realised that it could do with some decorating and a touch of personalisation. What do you do? Hire a decorator? Buy art online? Nah. At BrightMinded we decided to take matters into our own hands the best way we know how! Here’s a non-technical account of something we tried. A technical version of this article will appear on the BrightMinded Labs page soon.