Monthly Archives: January 2017

Teaching machines to see

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Teaching machines to see Controlling Flight Maneuvers in Flies Semiconductors for an Energy Efficient Future Ask Absurd Questions and Stop Fetishizing Failure How to Play Like a Polar Bears! Teaching machines to see Cambridge UniversityTraining Driverless Cars to “See” Two technologies which use deep […]

AI Alignment: Why It’s Hard, and Where to Start

By Eliezer YudkowskyMachine Intelligence Research Institutea talk at Stanford University for the Symbolic Systems Distinguished Speaker seriesVideo of the talkLong article My Notes: The primary concern is not spooky emergent consciousness but simply the ability to make high-quality decisions ‒ Stuart Russell Exhibit an agent that decides according to utility function and therefore naturally chooses […]

Who are we to say we are intelligent?

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Who Are We To Say We Are Intelligent? Key moments in evolution Inside Alzheimer’s disease Introduction to Machine Learning Restoring America’s First Muscle Car Who Are We To Say We Are Intelligent?” Neil deGrasse Tyson A discussion on the search for intelligent life Key […]

AI and the hype around it

The algorithm that we are using today was created in the ’90s and has created a lot of hype in the media,” says Hijazi. “But this all stems from one algorithm and its ability to solve one interesting problem — computer vision. The hype about extrapolating this capability has created a lot of enthusiasm, and […]

Integrated Development of Safety and Security Requirements

Reprinted from Technical Papers on the Development of Embedded Electronics by Vector Christof Ebert, CEO of Vector Consulting Services GmbH and a professor at the University of StuttgartEduard Metzker, Solution Manager for Cyber Security at Vector Informatik GmbH Today, the systematic development of safety requirements is essential in developing embedded systems. Due to the growing […]

Secure communication for CAN FD

Reprinted from Technical Papers on the Development of Embedded Electronicsby Vector Here I would like to highlight some of the most interesting ideas from the set of articles by Vector. This is 7 of 7 posts on this topic. Encrypted data transmission is not yet the norm in vehicle networks. Vector has conceived an implementation […]

Functional Safety

Reprinted from Technical Papers on the Development of Embedded Electronicsby Vector Here I would like to highlight some of the most interesting ideas from the set of articles by Vector. This is 6 of 7 posts on this topic. SilentBSW – Silent AUTOSAR Basic Software for Safety-related ECUs Coexistence of Safety-related and Non-safety-related Software in […]

ECU Calibration

Reprinted from Technical Papers on the Development of Embedded Electronicsby Vector Here I would like to highlight some of the most interesting ideas from the set of articles by Vector. This is 5 of 7 posts on this topic. Verification of Driver Assistance Systems in the Vehicle and in the Laboratory Driver assistance systems acquire […]

Vehicle Diagnostics

Reprinted from Technical Papers on the Development of Embedded Electronicsby Vector Here I would like to highlight some of the most interesting ideas from the set of articles by Vector. This is 4 of 7 posts on this topic. The Standard Mix does it: Diagnostics with AUTOSAR and ODX The Open Diagnostic data eXchange (ODX) […]

Development of Distributed Systems

Reprinted from Technical Papers on the Development of Embedded Electronicsby Vector Here I would like to highlight some of the most interesting ideas from the set of articles by Vector. This is 3 of 7 posts on this topic. Design and Analysis of Functionally Safe Hardware in an EBS Derivation With the publication of ISO […]