The future of human-AI systems is already here – it’s just not evenly architected
The operational structure, strategies, technologies, and ethical concerns of the future remain unknowable, but they will undoubtedly need to include both human users and AI agents, and both need to be trained. Introducing a modular and flexible architectural layer that remains consistent – from military simulation and training requirements to real-life operational needs – decisively answers these challenges
AI Redefined commits to better training models under new CEO
AI Redefined (AIR) is the developer behind an open source Cogment framework that makes it simpler for humans to train virtual agents created using AI models. Today the startup named G. Craig Vachon to be its CEO in place of Dorien Kieken, who will now assume the role of president.
Amazon Briefing: Private equity is zeroing in on the Amazon ecosystem
TCM, an Israeli acquirer that runs an algorithm to identify — and optimize — growing businesses, said that, in the coming year, 30% of its new acquisitions will be off-Amazon e-commerce businesses. Of those, most will be centered on Shopify.
WattIQ Uses Its Power for Good
Enter WattIQ, a 12-person company that previously went by the name Ibis Networks. The rebranded firm is now in the asset-management business, with a particular focus on pharma labs. They essentially retrofit a monitoring network onto all that shiny expensive lab equipment.