Best 311 of Ai quotes - MyQuotes

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

Arulselvar Thomas

Artificial Intelligence trend is fuzzing up in Cybersecurity If weaponized for Cyber-attacks, it becomes as evil-infinity”.

By Anonym 18 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

She returned his salute with a sly smile—a rare enough event that he eyed her suspiciously. “Admiral Solovy, are you wearing a shit-eating grin because we won here today, or is there something else I should know?” “There’s something else you should know.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Simone Puorto

We are the last generation with scraped knees. Next one will make no difference between on and off-line reality

By Anonym 16 Sep

Simone Puorto

Investing in IoT can be a difficult-to-scale in the long run, especially if one believes all the hype out there. Not to mention Pandora’s box of privacy concerns

By Anonym 16 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

He wasn’t going to be able to deactivate the field, which meant there was only one choice. He’d realized early on that his arcane, profoundly alien passenger came with a cost, possibly one too high to pay and get out the other side free and clear. He’d pay it nonetheless and without complaint if the diati would only come through for him now. Caleb closed his eyes.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Dean Koontz

Her grief was now doubled by his grief. She wondered how many heartbreaks a child so young could endure.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Atul Jalan

Man’s relationship with technology is complex. We always invent technology, but then technology comes back and reinvents us

By Anonym 20 Sep

Simone Puorto

While many hoteliers and marketers still look at social media as an ROI tool, it should be looked at primarily as a communication platform to engage with guests and potential guests. Hotels that are built with social elements in their DNA may receive more reservations through social media but that is a positive side-effect that one should consider as a bonus and not the main goal.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Simone Puorto

The strength of any software is proportional to the number of third-parties it can connect to.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Simone Puorto

According to a research by Wharton School, New York Times articles which inspires the most anger in readers get a significant boost in page views. That’s why most consultants are so damn angry all the time.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Simone Puorto

Between getting a fax room confirmation and being asked for passport by an animatronic velociraptor, there must be a healthy sweet spot in the use of technology in our industry

By Anonym 15 Sep

Simone Puorto

Analysts analyze. Designers design. Coders Code. Just deal with it.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Simone Puorto

My view on GDPR? Serve the servers.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Simone Puorto

When experts with similar ideas are put together in a group, their ideas become even more aligned. That’s where expertise becomes ideology. And that’s when the sh*t hits the fan

By Anonym 15 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

Chaos that closely resembled panic awaited. Shuttles raced to the presumed safety of the planet below while fighters crisscrossed the perimeter of the station. Platoon-sized formations of frigates and several cruisers formed up and accelerated away. To where the approaching attackers were located? She didn’t give a damn what her mother said in public. This was a bona fide insurrection.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ann Leckie

Ridiculous!" scoffed Anaander. "Translator, ships and stations are not Significant beings, they are my property. I caused them to be built." "I'm given to understand," said Translator Zeiat thoughtfully, "that most, if not all, humans are built by other humans. If that's a disqualification for Significance, then... no, I don't like that one bit." "If I am just a possession," I put in, "just a piece of equipment, how could I hold any sort of command? And yet I clearly do.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Searle

The feature of programs, that they are defined purely formally or syntactically, is fatal to the view that mental processes and program processes are identical. And the reason can be stated quite simply. There is more to having a mind then having formal or syntactical processes. Our internal mental states, by definition, have certain sorts of contents. If I am thinking about Kansas City or wishing that I had a cold beer to drink, in both cases my mental state has certain mental content in addition to whatever formal features it might have. That is, even if my thoughts occur to me in strings of symbols, there must be more to the thoughts then the abstract strings, because strings by themselves can't have any meaning. If my thoughts are to be about anything, then the strings must have a meaning which makes the thoughts about those things. In a word, the mind has more than syntax, it has semantics. The reason that no computer program can ever be a mind is simply that a computer program is simply syntactical, and minds are more than syntactical. Minds are semantical, in the sense that they have more than a formal structure, they have a content. To illustrate this point, I have designed a thought experiment. Imagine a bunch of computer programmers have written a program that will enable a computer to simulate the understanding of Chinese. So for example, if the computer is given a question in chinese, it will match the question against its memory or data base, and produce appropriate answers to the questions in chinese. Suppose for the sake of argument that the computer's answers are as good as those of a native Chinese speaker. Now then, does the computer on the basis of this literally understand Chinese, in the way that Chinese speakers understand Chinese? Imagine you are locked in a room, and this room has several baskets full of chinese symbols. imagine that you don't understand a word of chinese, but that you are given a rule book in english for manipulating these chinese symbols. The rules specify the manipulations of the symbols purely formally, in terms of syntax, not semantics. So the rule might say: take a squiggle out of basket 1 and put it next to a squoggle from basket 2. Suppose that some other chinese symbols are passed into the room, and you are given futhter rules for passing chinese symbols out the room. Suppose, unknown to you, the symbols passed into the room are called 'questions' and your responses are called answers, by people outside the room. Soon, your responses are indistinguishable from native chinese speakers. there you are locked in your room shuffling symbols and giving answers. On the basis of the situation as it parallels computers, there is no way you could learn chinese simply by manipulating these formal symbols. Now the point of the story is simply this: by virtue of implementing a formal computer from the point of view of an outside observer, you behave exactly as if you understood chinese, but you understand nothing in reality. But if going through the appropriate computer program for understanding CHinese is not enough, then it is not enough to give any other computer an understanding of chinese. Again, the reason for this can be stated simply: a computer has a syntax, but no semantics.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Simone Puorto

The linearity of labels such as 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, makes sense when it comes to updated versions of specific software or OS, but the web evolution is rarely as linear as the one of an operating system.

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 19 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

The system is only as good as its leaders. When they fail—when the system fails—you better damn well hope I’m there to pick up the slack.” The man’s glower lost some of its fervor. “No one appointed you humanity’s protector.” “No one had to—and if you don’t understand why that is, then you’re not nearly the man I was told you are. I’m leaving now, and I’m going to assume we’re done. But if you threaten me again, you had better bring help.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Simone Puorto

Quality does not have a soul and does not have emotions.

By Anonym 16 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

Her perception was propelled backward, as if it were being pulled into a vortex. She slammed into her body, and her eyes flew open with a gasp. “Alex?” She sat straight up in the chair and grabbed Caleb by the shoulders. “We have to save them.

By Anonym 16 Sep

David Marusek

Imagine, Bishop, that you have a beloved cat, but that your cat is not with you. If you close your eyes and further imagine you are petting your cat, the same neurons in your brains are activated as if you were petting the actual cat. Our minds may know the difference between its models and reality itself, but it prefers its models. So much so that we apprehend reality through our models, rather than directly via the sense. When I'm speaking to you, I have a little bishop in my head, and though I speak out load, I'm speaking to my little bishop. When you answer, I can only perceive you through my model of you. Mentars also make models, but they don't apprehend reality through them. They end up, not with little people in their minds, but with highly complex rule sets. They relate to their models in the same way we relate to weather models, as things to consult, but not to conflate with external reality.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Amit Ray

Humanity is on the verge of digital slavery at the hands of AI and biometric technologies. One way to prevent that is to develop inbuilt modules of deep feelings of love and compassion in the learning algorithms.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Elon Musk

If you're not concerned about AI safety, you should be. Vastly more risk than North Korea.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Simone Puorto

After over a decade of monopoly in the online distribution, the major OTAs had to (at least partially) reinvent themselves, by diversifying and broaden their products in order to stay relevant. Because, if up until now metasearch engines merely aggregated third-party data, they now provide the option to complete one’s reservation without even leaving the result page. And that, for an OTA, is a problem.

By Anonym 15 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

Alex thrust her hand and half her arm into the labyrinth of light. Her stare blanked, and in the halo of the matrix her eyes and glyphs blazed so radiantly she looked as if she were being consumed by a primordial fire. “She just stuck her hand into Machim Command’s central server matrix!” Caleb smiled, watching on in blatant awe. “She does that.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Amit Ray

In this era of fake news and paid news artificial intelligence is more and more used as a political tool to manipulate and dictate common people, through big data, biometric data, and AI analysis of online profiles and behaviors in social media and smart phones. But the days are not far when AI will also control the politicians and the media too.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Simone Puorto

Tangible + Intangible: that’s the secret sauce of good marketing. A hotel room is never only a hotel room, it’s a statement.

By Anonym 15 Sep

De Philosopher Dj Kyos

Choose to consume technology ,but don’t be consumed by it. Most of us technology have already turned us into robots .We have no signs of being humans. We are heartless, We have no feelings, no shame, no remorse, no beliefs, no respect, no guilty conscious, no life, no sympathy, no care, no time , no morals, no culture, no religion , no faith. We don’t value others people. We cyber bully others and do disguising inhuman things for trends. Pride ourselves in destroying others lives, careers, education, relationship, marriage, future. The things we do for retweets, likes and comments are shocking. Choose to be a better human being than being a Bot.

By Anonym 18 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

The Artificial’s speech pattern was an idiosyncratic mix of awkward and colloquial. It was unexpectedly endearing. “I just have good instincts. Mostly I love being in space.” But you are not ‘in’ space. You are in your starship and your starship is in space. It is not so different than being on a planet. “Oh, Valkyrie, you have no idea.” Tell me then.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Simone Puorto

Considering that a game console has roughly a 5-to-6-year life cycle, investing in game rooms is a relatively safe move for any hotel

By Anonym 20 Sep

Simone Puorto

When it comes to web design, listening solely to the hotel’s requests can put the whole website project in jeopardy, as hoteliers, who spend most of their day in the confined space of the four walls of their hotels, tend to develop a “partial blindness”: they often take the stronger features of their hotel for granted and they give an unjustifiably high value to some trivial characteristic.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Isaac Asimov

It is change, continuing change, inevitable change, that is the dominant factor in society today. No sensible decision can be made any longer without taking into account not only the world as it is, but the world as it will be...   This, in turn, means that our statesmen, our businessmen, our everyman must take on a science fictional way of thinking.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Simone Puorto

We Don't Search Anymore. Algorithms Do It For -and Better Than- Us. We Became Passive-aggressive Web Users

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 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 17 Sep

Simone Puorto

Nothing dates as quickly as the future.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Nate Soares

It gets very hard to predict the future once you have smarter-than-human things around. In the same way that it gets very hard for a chimp to predict what is going to happen because there are smarter-than-chimp things around. That’s what the Singularity is: it’s the point past which you expect you can’t see.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Simone Puorto

Entrepreneurs, owners and GMs should be able to make a decision based on facts, not passively relying on the pitches of commission-based-sales people.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Simone Puorto

Within certain limits, the difference between a €100 site and a €3,000 one is almost nil. When you decide to create or renew your website, the question should always be: what will my booking cost per acquisition be?

By Anonym 19 Sep

Simone Puorto

The story of ordinary companies is not the story of all companies

By Anonym 19 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

We have a very short window in which to accomplish a great deal, one measured in minutes rather than hours. “We succeed, and we will have freed dozens of galaxies and species from tyranny. We succeed, and we will have saved our home, our friends and our loved ones from the looming threat of annihilation. We succeed, and everyone has a future. So let’s get it done.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Simone Puorto

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

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jaron Lanier

Turing presented his new offering in the form of a thought experiment, based on a popular Victorian parlor game. A man and a woman hide, and a judge is asked to determine which is which by relying only on the texts of notes passed back and forth. Turing replaced the woman with a computer. Can the judge tell which is the man? If not, is the computer conscious? Intelligent? Does it deserve equal rights? It's impossible for us to know what role the torture Turing was enduring at the time played in his formulation of the test. But it is undeniable that one of the key figures in the defeat of fascism was destroyed, by our side, after the war, because he was gay. No wonder his imagination pondered the rights of strange creatures.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Simone Puorto

Travel is torture. At least if we stick with the etymology of the word. Linguists tend to agree that the term comes from “travail” (“work” in French) or “travailen” (“torment” in Middle English). Not very tempting, is it? Well, wait for the worst part: these two words probably share an even more sinister meaning: according to author and journalist Simon Winchester, in fact, they very likely derive from the Latin term “tripalium”, an ancient torture instrument used in the Roman Empire. Today, when we think about travel, we picture fast trains, intercontinental flights in business class, sandy beaches, and Mojitos, but things were not always as smooth. Travelling was extremely difficult (and risky) in ancient times and organizing one’s travel was, indeed, a torture.

By Anonym 19 Sep

G. S. Jennsen

There were things she wanted to say, but they were all jumbled up in her head and if she tried they’d come out backwards and mixed up and wrong. There were things she needed to say, but she was hanging on by a fraying thread and feared if she tried the thread would break, sending her plummeting alone into the abysm. There were things she would have to say, but they should wait for later. After.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Alastair Reynolds

What you encountered was an abomination, a military intelligence. It was designed to be insidious and spiteful and inimical to life, and it wasn't smart enough to have a conscience.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Simone Puorto

Will invest in smart rooms, eventually, be sustainable for hoteliers? Technology adoption at this level can be gimmicky at best and it can rapidly become obsolete at worst