Mafe Izaguirre is a New York-based artist, graphic designer, and educator. Her work explores the artificial mind. Framed as The Mind Project, her cybernetic installations have been exhibited in New York. She works as a tech mentor at Mouse Inc (Manhattan), DreamYard Project (Bronx), and as co-founder and Creative Director
The 2010s were a decade that saw huge developments in the field of artificial intelligence, with machines being built with the capacity to teach themselves how to play (and win at) strategy-based board games, take a stroll through the woods, recognize human faces, make medical diagnoses, and even drive a
Artificial intelligence developer DeepMind has produced an AI program that can best any human — and any game-playing program, for that matter — in a number of classic board games. This new AI, called AlphaZero, is based on an earlier program called AlphaGo, the AI that defeated Go champion Lee Sedol in 2016, but is now proficient in the games of chess, Go, and shogi. But unlike its Go-dominating predecessor, of which required extensive programming to achieve its successes, AlphaZero wasn’t programmed in its mastery of the three classic games; instead, it taught itself.
Linda Moulton Howe returns with a great show and some great news! The Linda Moulton Howe report is returning to Dreamland. When our new site is deployed, Linda will return twice a month with Linda Moulton Howe’s Dreamland reports.
In this show, she shares her thoughts on what might happen if the ongoing official release of UFO videos causes the media to become curious about the abductions. Will they take the sensationalistic route and cause panic, or will a more measured approach be preferred? And SHOULD a more measured approach be taken, given the intensity of some of the reports?