Harvard’s AI Adventure: A Bold Step or a Risky Leap?

Imagine a world where AI holds more significance than fire or electricity. Now, picture Harvard University stepping into this world, leading the way with a daring experiment. The renowned institution is handing over the reins of its popular coding course, CS50, to an AI instructor. It’s like launching a spaceship into the unexplored cosmos of […]

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Predicting consumer choices from eye tracking data

This morning we had a fascinating talk by Alex Tuzhilin (NYU) on his recent work entitled “Predicting Consumer Choice from Raw Eye-Movement Data Using the RETINA Deep Learning Architecture” (the paper is available on SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4341410) with his colleagues Moshe Unger (Tel Aviv University) and Michel Wedel (University of Maryland). The essence of his talk […]

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Regulating AI

On June 9, I participated as a commentator at the Seminar on Law and Technology (SLATE) at the Center for Technology, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & the Law (TRAIL) at NUS Faculty of Law. The topic of the seminar was “AI: What, When, and How to Regulate? With Lessons from Estonia“. (clickthrough for a report on […]

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