The Pentagon has released an unclassified version of its AI strategy, calling for rapid adoption of AI in all aspects of the US military. Google, Oracle, IBM & SAP have signaled interest in working on future Defense Department AI projects. https://www.wired.com/story/pentagon-doubles-down-ai-wants-help-big-tech/ #AIisHardPower
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@dbs hey dan, did you try out dokie.li already? is my weapon to build a open citizen science platform (social, not just crowd sourcing) in the coming years and then (hopefully ) extend it to help crushing pfd and federated science.
@ErikaAlpert joana... p.s. auction is not so great mobile
@uma as a controversial opinion: i kind feel like part of this is due to the way social media is designed and thus experienced. mastodon feels special and nice b/c it's small - smallness is actually a critical part of the process, i think. most social media is simply too big, and designed to grow (sometimes without regard for it's users!)
@Cyborgneticz where are the cyborgs? !
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