The Modern Turing Test: A Brief History in ML and Some Cyber Anecdotes – CF046
This Week on Cyber Frontiers Christian and Jim jump back into the world of machine learning and AI — a comprehensive conversation started on show 045 for those who missed it. We jump back in time to 1950 with the introduction of the Turing Test and walk us through its evolutions into modern AI and machine learning. We also discuss some of the recent cyber buzz with Gmail privacy concerns and new security features coming to iOS 12. Oh, and, fortnite players get excited about llamas too.
Cyber Frontiers is all about Exploring Cyber security, Big Data, and the Technologies Shaping the Future! Christian Johnson will bring fresh and relevant topics to the show based on the current work he does.
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Tags: Podcast, Cyber Frontiers, AI, ML, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Big Data, IoT, Relational Database, Algorithms, Deep Learning
A Brief Timeline for Managers on the History of Machine Learning (pivotal events)
We didn’t get a chance to dive deep into this interview very much, but it is a great anecdote to the topic of conversation. Computer Science professor Yoshua Bengio gives us some interesting thoughts on “deep thinking.”
Google stirs the pot after its reported that private emails sent through third-party app developers might be getting read by more than just computers, but their developers too:
iPhone announces exciting security and feature enhancements to the latest point release of iOS 11.4 as well as a broader release for the upcoming iOS 12.
Llamas are showing up in Europe! Are you a fortnite fan?
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