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The state of text reading robots a few years back; I doubt it has improved much since: AI often still is Algorithmic Irresponsibility

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/06/09

The state of text reading robots and AI a few years back; I doubt it has improved much since: [WayBack] Thread by @JFBonnefon: “It’s a big day today: I had a scientific manuscript rejected by a robot. Thread. The bot detected ❝a high level of textual overlap with previous literature […]”.

Basically, it detected all duplicates to be in non-relevant pieces.

Via: [WayBack] Michael Bolton on Twitter: “Thread. Machines read strings. They don’t understand context or intentions. This is how AI comes to stand for Anti-Intellectualism and Algorithmic Irresponsibility (the latter coined by @jamesmarcusbach).… “

Although I could not find that reference through [Archive.is] “Algorithmic Irresponsibility” – Google Search. I could only find two:

–jeroen

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Google’s AI can create better machine-learning code than the researchers who made it

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/10/17

[WayBack] Google’s AI can create better machine-learning code than the researchers who made it:

Google’s AutoML project has yielded significant advances in the ability for machine-learning systems to replicate and improve AI code.

Via:

–jeroen

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