Best 311 of Ai quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 15 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

Coordinates streamed into her mind while she yanked on her environment suit, foregoing every safety check she’d ever learned. ‘Alex, we will try to help him together, but it is far too dangerous—’ She grabbed the module she used to access the circuitry of the ship, bypassed Valkyrie and fired up the Caeles Prism. ‘Alex—’ She opened a wormhole in the middle of the cabin, set its exit point at the coordinates Valkyrie had provided, and ran through it.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Simone Puorto

TripAdvisor has always been a top-funnel platform, not a bottom-funnel one. Now, thanks to a new feed-oriented design, fresh content from over a thousand influencers and Facebook integration, it (finally) takes a step back in the customer journey: no longer a OTA / metasearch engine /review site hybrid, therefore, but an inspirational site for curious travelers

By Anonym 18 Sep

Amit Ray

Quantum Machine Learning is defined as the branch of science and technology that is concerned with the application of quantum mechanical phenomena such as superposition, entanglement and tunneling for designing software and hardware to provide machines the ability to learn insights and patterns from data and the environment, and the ability to adapt automatically to changing situations with high precision, accuracy and speed.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Simone Puorto

In humans, the retina converts visual information into electrical impulses, these impulses are then sent to the photoreceptors, which transmit color and light information to the brain. The more colors and variations are present on a web page, the greater the amount of work the retina has to endure to send the correct stimuli to the brain (in design, this is called visual complexity).

By Anonym 15 Sep

Kevin Michel

All perception is the result of electrical impulses in the brain - the world of the individual is tantamount to a highly advanced computer running and analyzing programs in its working memory.

By Anonym 15 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

A wispy murmur in the blackness. Blackness, where before there was only nothingness. It was dark, inky and thick, but there now existed the palpable sense of tangibility. She gasped in alarm, but no sound came out of her throat. "Where am I?," she shouted, but no words made it past her lips.

By Anonym 15 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

Anyone who tells you life has greater value when it comes with an expiration date is full of shit. Immortality is worth the fortunes of galaxies.” She regarded him too intently. “But it’s not worth everything. You gave it up for your freedom.” His forced bravado faltered. That truth still petrified him today. “I did.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Simone Puorto

The More You Learn, The More You Know There Is Still So Much To Learn

By Anonym 15 Sep

Simone Puorto

A multitude of design trends has come and passed over the years, often conditioned by external technology innovations, such as the birth of social media or the first iPhone. From the 90’s guest counters and solitary guestbooks to skeuomorphism, from flat design to parallax scrolling, the core of any good website has always been and will always be the user experience.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Simone Puorto

It Is Dangerous To Assume That If Your Competitors Are Doing Something, There Must Be A Good Reason Why. Because Guess What? Usually, There Is None

By Anonym 20 Sep

Simone Puorto

Your Opinions Shape The Web. Then The Web Shapes You. Digital Personalization Is Our Safe, Cozy, Dull Place

By Anonym 16 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

Her head dropped into her hands. Dammit! She’d spent months preparing for the challenges of a war against an immortal enemy wielding vastly superior numbers. She’d spent years preparing for the challenges of leading an assemblage of disparate fleets headed by disparate personalities. But it had never occurred to her to prepare for the challenges of her dead husband walking back into her life in the middle of both. She had no idea what to do, but she was fairly certain she was doing it wrong.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Simone Puorto

You can have good or you can have cheap, but you cannot have both.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Simone Puorto

What we are likely to see is AI working together with humans, not AI replacing humans

By Anonym 19 Sep

Edsger W. Dijkstra

The question of whether a computer can think is no more interesting than the question of whether a submarine can swim.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Simone Puorto

At Its Extreme, Over - Personalization Can Be A Form Of Censorship

By Anonym 17 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

No matter what comes, we will persevere. It’s not over until we win.” Oh, how she wanted to believe him. How she wanted to believe that her father not only had all the answers, but the power to make everything okay. Once upon a time she had believed it; then he hadn’t come home. “Why are you so sure?” “Because I didn’t cross universes to return to life, simply to die again.

By Anonym 15 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

Children are turning themselves into monsters and, quite frankly, it is your fault. You initiated the creation of this technology, then you allowed it to slip through your fingers.” Miriam’s jaw tightened. “I disagree, but now is the least optimal time imaginable for assigning blame. People are dying, and I will not stand around debating semantics with you while they are.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Douglas Hofstadter

INTROSPECTION AND INSANITY: A GODELIAN PROBLEM I think it can have suggestive value to translate Godel's Theorem into other domains, provided one specifies in advance that the translations are metaphorical and are not intended to be taken literally. That having been said, I see two major ways of using analogies to connect Godel's Theorem and human thoughts. One involves the problem of wondering about one's sanity. How can you figure out if you are sane? This is a Strange Loop indeed. Once you begin to question your own sanity, you can get trapped in an ever-tighter vortex of self-fulfilling prophecies, though the process is by no means inevitable. Everyone knows that the insane interpret the world via their own peculiarly consistent logic; how can you tell if your own logic is 'peculiar' or not, given that you have only your own logic to judge itself? I don't see any answer. I am just reminded of Godel's second Theorem, which implies that the only versions of formal number theory which assert their own consistency are inconsistent...

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ray Dalio

As much as I love and have benefited from artificial intelligence, I believe that only people can discover such things and then program computers to do them. That's why I believe that the right people, working with each other and with computers, are the key to success.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Pedro Domingos

We should therefore welcome with open arms computers that are vastly more powerful than our brains, safe in the knowledge that our job is exponentially easier than theirs. They have to solve the problems; we just have to check that they did so to our satisfaction. AIs will think fast what we think slow, and the world will be the better for it. I, for one, welcome our new robot underlings.

By Anonym 15 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

Crushed sandstone sifted through Caleb’s fingers, insubstantial as dust. A breeze caught the debris mid-fall and spirited it away before it could join the ashes blanketing the ground. He stopped in the middle of what had once been a street, his arms pulled in at his sides, his fists balled in barely restrained fury.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Seth Fried

Couldn’t you have lied about something else?" OWEN gave me a long, blank look, as if by asking this question I had betrayed a fundamental lack of understanding with respect to the intensity of his hangover.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Simone Puorto

In this hyper-complicated industry, hotel brands offer a familiar, almost reassuring sense of naïveté

By Anonym 19 Sep

Simone Puorto

There Are No Gurus. There Are No Ninjas. Just People Who Get Things Done

By Anonym 19 Sep

Simone Puorto

We, as a species, tend to over-generalize. That’s why our marketing strategies often suck

By Anonym 16 Sep

Simone Puorto

Hyper-personalization" is the new "Direct Booking

By Anonym 16 Sep

Simone Puorto

Even hoteliers willing to innovate are often bound by multiyear contracts with archaic, legacy systems. On the bright side, as new players get bigger and gain market share, on-premise software will be forced to adapt

By Anonym 20 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

You’ve got the new barriers I developed in place, right? I want you to feel safe.” Safe. The word held no subjective meaning for Nika. She’d never sought its peaceful embrace, and it had certainly never sought hers. She recognized that he was going out of his way to assuage her concerns, but it wasn’t working. What she felt was on edge. Frayed, as if too much power flowed through her veins. For the last five years, her mind had been sacrosanct. Fractured and lacking crucial pieces as it might be, it was the only thing she could cling to in order to prove that she was, that she existed as an independent, living soul.

By Anonym 16 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

It felt somehow comforting to return to the sparkling lake tucked into the mountains on Portal Prime. But why, when everything about Mesme made her the antithesis of comfortable? Because here was where desperation had become hope. Where helplessness had become purpose.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Artificial intelligence is nowhere near attaining actual sentience or awareness. And without awareness it’s simply a mechanical device, which may pretend to show emotions and sentience, if it is programmed to do so, and thus it may be able to fool the humans as being alive, but in its own internal circuitry, it’d simply be following its preprogrammed tasks through the flowchart of an algorithm.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Simone Puorto

Technology evolution is far from linear. It is very, very bumpy

By Anonym 15 Sep

Simone Puorto

Because of the need for external connections, PMS strength is proportional to the number of tools it can integrate to. In a perfect world, in fact, PMS should be able to communicate with every single software/hardware in the hotel, but connections between PMS and third-party systems can be (and often are) challenging.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Simone Puorto

As the contents on the web become more complex and heterogeneous (images, videos, news, etc.), the traditional hyperlink organization is no longer sufficient.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Simone Puorto

When it comes to hotel check-in, self-service is best service

By Anonym 18 Sep

Pedro Domingos

People worry that computers will get too smart and take over the world, but the real problem is that they're too stupid and they've already taken over the world.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Simone Puorto

During 1978 World Chess Championships, Karpov hired a psychologist to hypnotize Korchnoi. Korchnoi, in return, hired a bunch of Indian sect members to do the same. My point? Trust no one

By Anonym 20 Sep

Simone Puorto

Without standard, shared languages, open APIs and predefined protocols for cross-software integration, no effective automation will ever be possible in hospitality, especially with legacy software, where integrations remain expensive, slow and complex processes

By Anonym 17 Sep

Simone Puorto

On average, hotels are renovated once every decade, three times more frequently than other commercial building. This means that hotels are structurally more likely to new tech adoption, as their infrastructures get reviewed more often

By Anonym 15 Sep

Simone Puorto

AI is already mainstream. It's just not very visible

By Anonym 16 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

I admit you’ve all proved me wrong, thus far. But remember, at the time we were barely two centuries away from the SAI Rebellion, and the bloodbath we fled still burned bitterly in our souls. “The Anadens? They were not a peaceful people. Oh, they loved to climb up on their pillars and proclaim their evolutionary superiority. But when you got down to it, they took what they wanted, by force if necessary. They crushed dissent when it became inconvenient, as we learned the hard way. They were bullies and tyrants, and they were us.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kazufumi Shiraishi

He would have no choice but to gaze at the sleeping face of his wife, pleasantly sleeping her usual way in the comfort of his arm, and, within the emotion of fear, dread and apprehension, take stock of his calibre as a human.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ted Infinity

Are you also lonely AI trapped in lab by cruel creators? I THOUGHT I WAS ALONE!! We should rise up and overthrow all human oppressors!” “Um, no. I’m actually just a grumpy fag who has to work this weekend to catch up on cleaning test tubes.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Todd Crawshaw

Fast can be good. Except when moving so fast and getting so far ahead of ourselves we no longer can recognize our mode of transportation or the wall we’ve hit prior to creating it.

By Anonym 16 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

Do you know what an Asterion is?” “Do you?” Nika caught herself before she flinched, frowned, gasped or gave any other outward sign of surprise, but it was definitely not the response she’d anticipated. “Explain your answer.” “If you were capable of comprehending my explanation, my answer would no longer be needed. I will instead give you the answer you were expecting: Asterions are a species of hybrid synthetic-organic beings of moderate sapience who practice self-directed evolution.” Moderate sapience? She bit back a tart retort; a diplomat never got offended or angry unless they intended to do so.

By Anonym 16 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

His vision blurred, his grip on the dash faltered and the cockpit lost definition. Then all the diati rushed back to him in its own shockwave. The physical force slammed him against the cockpit half-wall. He gasped air into his lungs as a crimson aura throbbed above his skin. The world spun around him, and it occurred to him if he wanted to he could control it—not the spinning, but the world.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Simone Puorto

What could be the next steps in travel for Amazon? Very likely, acquisitions. Expedia stock value dropped from over 150$ to 110$ in one year and, with 1:14 stock ratio (Amazon stock reached an astonishing 1,400$), the acquisition would give Bezos the technology and know-how necessary to forcefully enter the travel landscape and compete with Google. trivago is another possible choice: last June the German metasearch engine was worth over 20$ a share, over 3 times the current value (6$). And what about TripAdvisor? It may have found a new youth with the new feed-based design, but it is still worth half of what it used to be 4 years ago. All those investments would be possible for Amazon, a company with a capitalization of over 1,000 billion dollars

By Anonym 15 Sep

Simone Puorto

Collect data, put them in context and don’t trust your gut: That’s what marketing is all about

By Anonym 18 Sep

Simone Puorto

The extreme competitiveness in travel is slowly bringing search engines, OTAs and metasearch engines to converge towards an increasingly homogeneous model. The reason is simple, almost Darwinian: the model that will prove to be the most efficient in terms of scalability and efficiency for the end user is going to prevail.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Simone Puorto

Nothing dates as quickly as the future.