Những vấn đề pháp lý thực tế của Trí tuệ nhân tạo – Artificial Intelligent

English: Artificial Intelligence: The Real Legal Issues

Nếu bạn đang đọc bài này, rất có thể bạn sẽ bắt gặp khái niệm Trí tuệ Nhân tạo – AI/Artificial Intelligent trong các nghiên cứu của mình. Giống như hầu hết các vấn đề thời thượng, có rất nhiều bài viết về chủ đề này chia thành hai loại – tài liệu hoặc giả định một mức độ kiến ​​thức dựa trên khoa học máy tính hoặc thông thường hơn là phần mềm bán hàng được cải trang dạng mỏng mà không truyền tải được nhiều.

Bài báo này dựa trên bài thuyết trình mà tôi trình bày tại Hội nghị thường niên của SCL Viện Kỹ thuật London vào tháng 6 và hy vọng sẽ cung cấp cho những người không có kiến thức và kinh nghiệm (và người có một ít kiến thức) một nền tảng vững chắc để có thể dựa vào đó để có những hiểu biết và đánh giá thực tiễn về những rủi ro pháp lý khi sử dụng trí tuệ nhân tạo. Vì vậy, bài viết sẽ hy vọng sẽ được tiếp cận được với những người có tư duy pháp lý khi quan tâm đến công nghệ này.

 Những rủi ro pháp lý mà tôi đã phân loại thành “Thách thức nguyên nhân – hệ quả” và “Thách thức về Dữ liệu lớn” Continue reading “Những vấn đề pháp lý thực tế của Trí tuệ nhân tạo – Artificial Intelligent”

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Vietnam’s economic growth patterns questioned by experts

Last update 08:00 | 05/12/2017
VietNamNet Bridge – The unexpected jump in the GDP growth rate in the third quarter of the year remains controversial.


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Vietnam’s GDP growth rates

Head of the Vietnam Economics Institute Tran Dinh Thien, citing statistics about GDP growth rates in the last many years, said the ‘strange thing’ of Vietnam economy is ‘the growth rate is low in the first quarters, high in the last quarters, and the yearly plans are fulfilled’. Continue reading “Vietnam’s economic growth patterns questioned by experts”

E-commerce: narrow door for Vietnamese businesses

Last update 12:00 | 05/12/2017
VietNamNet Bridge – Foreign retail e-commerce businesses operating under the marketplace mode are increasingly dominating Vietnamese businesses in the market.

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                       Vietnam’s e-commerce growth rate forecast to double by 2020

As in previous years, Lazada Vietnam was the first online shopping website to start the year-end shopping season. It offered sharp price discount rates for 15,000 products in a sale promotion campaign on November 9-11. All the orders with weight of less than 6 kilograms were delivered free of charge on those days. Continue reading “E-commerce: narrow door for Vietnamese businesses”

Foreign giants spend billions to acquire Vietnam’s conglomerates

Last update 16:00 | 05/12/2017
VietNamNet Bridge – Large companies considered leaders in their fields are being sought after by buyers, mostly from Asia.


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Jardine Matheson Group, emerging player

Having been present in Vietnam for many years in real estate and restaurant chain projects, Jardine Matheson Group’s JC&C, one of its subsidiaries, spent $1.15 billion to acquire a 10 percent stake in Vinamilk. Continue reading “Foreign giants spend billions to acquire Vietnam’s conglomerates”

Ministry of Planning & Investment proposes removing 21 conditional business sectors

Last update 17:27 | 05/12/2017

The Ministry of Planning and Investment has proposed to remove 21 conditional business sectors, including rice export, logistics and debt trading service.

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Logistics is currently listed in the conditional business sectors. — Photo enternews.vn

According to the ministry, the sectors should be removed from the list of conditional business lines as they do not meet the requirements of Clause 1, Article 7 of the Law on Investment, which means they do not affect national defence and security, social order, social morality and health of the community. Continue reading “Ministry of Planning & Investment proposes removing 21 conditional business sectors”

Super satellite city planned in Hanoi

Last update 17:20 | 05/12/2017

Hanoi plans to construct a super satellite city by 2030, with a total area of over 17,270ha located in two districts of Thach That and Quoc Oai and Son Tay Town.

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The super satellite city on paper.— Photo tienphong.vn

The Hoa Lac super satellite city will be some 30km from Hanoi’s centre.

The plan is part of the master plan of Hoa Lac Urban Area, compiled by the municipal People’s Committee and recently submitted to the municipal People’s Council for approval. Continue reading “Super satellite city planned in Hanoi”

HCM City faces population pressure

Last update 17:49 | 05/12/2017

Ho Chi Minh City is facing numerous difficulties as the population is rising sharply.

Congestion in HCM City

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The population has grown from three million after 1975 to 8.4 million. Another three million people from other provinces are studying and working in HCM City. As of now, the city has 7.6 million motorbikes, 700,000 cars and about one million other vehicles from other provinces. About 1,000 new motorbikes are registered each month. Continue reading “HCM City faces population pressure”

Top 5 best youth destinations in 2017

Last update 14:31 | 05/12/2017

 Windmill cake shop in Da Lat and Nguyen Hue pedestrian street in HCM City, to name a few, are popular check-in places for young travellers in 2017.

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The walking street around Hanoi’s Hoan Kiem Lake opened for tourists in September 2016. This popular destination for Hanoians at weekend is busy with diverse activities like folk games, and street art and modern dance performances. Continue reading “Top 5 best youth destinations in 2017”

Buckwheat flowers bloom in Ha Giang

Thực dưỡng: Kiều Mạch Buckwheat có gì hay? >>

Last update 11:34 | 05/12/2017

Tourists often flock to Ha Giang from October to December in order to see the fields of buckwheat flowers that has become the province’s signature. 

The locals plant the flowers everywhere, from the slopes of the mountains to the deep valley, under the winding mountain passes. Continue reading “Buckwheat flowers bloom in Ha Giang”

Artificial Intelligence: The Real Legal Issues

John Buyers
United Kingdom October 23 2017

lexology_If you’re reading this, the chances are that you will have come across the concept of Artificial Intelligence in your prior researches. Like most issues “du jour“, a lot has been written on the topic which falls into two categories – material either presupposes a level of prior computer- science based knowledge or; more commonly is thinly disguised salesware which doesn’t convey a lot.
Continue reading “Artificial Intelligence: The Real Legal Issues”

New Index Shows Increase in Entrepreneurship Could Add $7 Trillion to Global Economy

 

New report ranks 137 countries at Global Entrepreneurship Summit in India

Washington, D.C. – As the demand for data-driven research on how to strengthen entrepreneurship support programs increase, the 2018 Global Entrepreneurship Index, which evaluates the health of entrepreneurship in 137 countries, was unveiled at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Hyderabad, India, as part of a policy panel discussion. Continue reading “New Index Shows Increase in Entrepreneurship Could Add $7 Trillion to Global Economy”

Progress in AI isn’t as Impressive as You Might Think

A new report gauges how far we’ve come, dampening ideas that machines are approaching human-type intelligence.

technologyreview_With so much excitement about progress in artificial intelligence, you may wonder why intelligent machines aren’t already running our lives.

Key advances have the capacity to dazzle the public, policymakers, and investors into believing that human-level machine intelligence may be just around the corner. But a new report (PDF), which tries to gauge actual progress being made, attests that this is far from true. The findings may help inform the discussion over how AI will affect the economy and jobs in the coming years.

“There’s no question there have been a number of breakthroughs in recent years,” says Erik Brynjolfsson, a professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management and one of the authors of the report. “But it’s also clear we are a long way from artificial general intelligence.”

Brynjolfsson points to remarkable advances in image classification and voice recognition. But computers trained to perform these tasks cannot do much else, and they cannot adapt if the nature of the task changes slightly or if they see something completely unfamiliar.

The report is part of an ongoing effort, called the AI Index, to quantify progress in artificial intelligence and identify areas where more is still needed. The other authors are Yoav Shoham, a professor at Stanford; Raymond Perrault, a researcher at SRI; Jack Clark, director of policy at OpenAI; and Calvin LeGassick, project manager for the AI Index.
Continue reading “Progress in AI isn’t as Impressive as You Might Think”

Chuyện “mốt” du học

Hồ Quốc Tuấn (*)Thứ Năm,  16/11/2017, 20:38 

Không phải cứ trường đại học Việt Nam là tệ và cứ học ở Việt Nam là dở. Ảnh: NGUYỄN NAM

(TBKTSG) – “Phải cho con đi du học vì đại học Việt Nam không tốt”. Đó là một trong những câu tôi nghe nhiều nhất trong chuyến về thăm Việt Nam cuối tháng 10 vừa qua. Từ bạn bè, đồng nghiệp cũ trong ngành tài chính đến người thân hầu như ai cũng có ý như vậy, hoặc nói thẳng hoặc ngấm ngầm. Nhiều người quen của tôi có con mới học lớp 6, lớp 7 đã nói về chuyện đi du học và đại học Việt Nam được đem ra dè bỉu như một lý do chính của việc cho con đi học nước ngoài.

>>Lượng du học sinh Việt Nam tại Mỹ tăng liên tiếp trong 16 năm

Tôi cảm thấy có gì đó bất công với những nhận xét chung chung như vậy nên tôi quyết định viết một cái gì đó về chủ đề này, mặc dù tôi nghĩ sẽ có không ít ý kiến không đồng tình với mình. Continue reading “Chuyện “mốt” du học”