How is artificial intelligence getting smarter?
It's learning from a whole lot of people.
The New York Times reported, "A.I. researchers hope they can build systems that can learn from smaller amounts of data. But for the foreseeable future, human labor is essential."
Many people around the world are finding reliable jobs in identifying polyps in images or teaching the machines how to recognize pedestrians on footage.
New machine learning tasks have to start somewhere! Click the link to read the fascinating article.
Projects from American tech giants, Ms. Milland said, typically paid more than the average job — about $15 an hour.Since 2012, Ms. Milland, now 40, has been part of an organization called TurkerNation, which aims to improve conditions for thousands of people who do this work.Read More
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