Cedric Villani builds AI Strategy for France and EU

Cedric Villani, a mathematician, and politician who won the Field Prize will lead a team to build a meaningful artificial intelligence strategy for France and Europe. Here is some keynote of the strategy:

Building a Data-Focused Economic Policy

AI heavyweights such as China and the US are growing extraordinary and amazing methodologies. Therefore, France and Europe won’t really have their spot on the world AI stage by making a “European Google”. Rather, they should plan their own custom fitted model.

Advancing Agile and Enabling Research

The French scholarly research is at the cutting edge level of overall exploration arithmetic and artificial intelligence; however, the nation’s logical advancement does not always translate into concrete modern and monetary applications. The nation is hit by the cerebrum channel towards US heavyweights, and preparing capacities on AI and information science miss the mark of concerning necessities.

Surveying the Effects of AI on the Future of Work and the Labor Market

Work is experiencing huge changes, however, it isn’t yet completely prepared to address the changes. There are significant vulnerabilities on the impacts of improvement of man-made reasoning, computerization, and mechanical autonomy, especially in employment creation and removal. In any case, it looks progressively sure that most companies and organizations will be broadly reshaped.

Man-made brainpower Working for a More Ecological Economy

Cutting out a significant job for man-made consciousness likewise implies tending to its supportability, particularly from a biological point of view. This does not simply mean thinking about the utilization of AI in our biological progress, but instead planning locally natural AI and utilizing it to handle the effect of human activity on the earth.

Moral Considerations of AI

On the off chance that we need to create AI advances that conform to our qualities and social standards, at that point it is important to rally round established researchers, open specialists, industry, entrepreneurs and common society associations. Our main goal has attempted to advance some modest recommendations that could establish the frameworks for the moral improvement of AI and advance the discussion on this issue inside society on the loose.

Comprehensive and Diverse AI

Computerized reasoning must not turn into another method for closing the door for parts of the populace. Computer-based intelligence will create chances for innovation and improvement of social orders for people, so these open doors must benefit all no matter how you look at it.

Every country needs to abide by the moral and legal rules when developing in this field, and the world also requires international policies, conventions, and regulations to ensure unity and global consensus in developing AI. Calling leaders of nations to build a treaty on the exploitation and development of AI for peace is what the Michael Dukakis Institute (MDI) is actively implementing through Layer 4 and Layer 5 of the 7-layer AIWS Model.

(Full version of France AI Strategy :

https://www.aiforhumanity.fr/pdfs/MissionVillani_Report_ENG-VF.pdf)

AI is reinventing the way we invent

David Rodman, the editor of MIT Technology Review, raises the point:

The biggest impact of artificial intelligence will be to help humans make discoveries we couldn’t make on our own.

Perhaps an AlphaGo-like breakthrough could help the growing armies of researchers pouring over ever-expanding scientific data?

The idea is to infuse artificial intelligence and automation into all the steps of materials research and drug discovery.

OpenAI-announced Language Models are Unsupervised Multitask Learners

An impressive new language AI writes product reviews and news articles. Its creators are worried about misuse.

The OpenAI team demonstrated that we could get those results from an “unsupervised” AI — meaning the system learned from reading 8 million Internet articles, not from being explicitly trained for the tasks.

The AIWS model includes implementations to reduce and monitor harmful things, misuse, and slanders that AI can unleash onto the world.

Executive Order on Maintaining American Leadership in Artificial Intelligence

Donald Trump said:
“Continued American leadership in Artificial Intelligence is of paramount importance to maintaining the economic and national security of the United States.”

And he issued in this President Trump call for Setting AI Governance Standards

As part of the American AI Initiative, federal agencies will foster public trust in AI systems by establishing guidance for AI development and use across different types of technology and industrial sectors.

In the 7-layer model of AI World Society (AIWS), standards are built by AIWS Standards and Practice Committee. The concepts of AIWS Standards will be presented at AIWS-G7 Summit Conference on April 25, 2019 at Harvard University.

A robot was able to reach its destination without GPS

Desert ants are uncommon single guides. Specialists were intrigued by these ants as they planned AntBot, a principal strolling robot that can investigate its condition haphazardly and return home naturally, without GPS or mapping.

The optical compass created by the researchers is touchy to the sky’s energized bright radiation. Utilizing this “heavenly compass,” AntBot measures its heading with 0.4° accuracy by clear or overcast climate. The route’s exactness accomplished with moderate sensors demonstrates that bio-motivated mechanical autonomy has a colossal limit in that advancement.

Humans and robots are showing an increasingly close relationship in the modern world, as well as the ability to “help” people of robots. So how does one use machines and AI for a good, ensuring safety for the community? Is there any moral standard for developing and using robots? These are the studies being developed in Layer 2 of the 7-layer AIWS Model by the Michael Dukakis Institute for Leadership and Innovation (MDI).