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Coffee as a unit of account

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It seems to be increasingly common to use the price of a take-away cup of coffee as a way of saying something is affordable - the most recent example I came across is that COVID tests, which were free in England until today, are now “less than the price of... [Read More]
Tags: compcat

AI vs. human

Basic object classification still hard for AI

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In recent years, there have been quite a few claims that state-of-the-art AI has reached human levels of performance in object recognition. In a recent talk, I briefly discuss some of the evidence against that view, including some preliminary unpublished work from my lab. You can now view that talk... [Read More]
Tags: software