How could a computer learning algorithm cause a robot to "go rogue"? Give an example from the reading.
The author states that the "big red button" would have to cause the
robot to forget the button was pushed in addition to switching the robot
off, something like chloroform applied to humans. Why is this
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Finish 3.1.5 at least through #19 today. Show me 19a-c for an in-class mini-mastery grade.
Self-Driving Cars and Artificial Intelligence
Go to couplands.net > Computer Science > Resources > Self-Driving Cars and Artificial Intelligence
Select an article to read with your partner. Write your names next to it on the board.
Read and create a short Google presentation for the class, which should include: Article title and author(s), reviewed by: (your names) Author's institution and credentials Main claim or thesis Evidence and reasoning given to support the claim Conclusion - how relate to the question, When will we have self-driving cars?
Objective: Visualize and interpret data using histograms
Final web programming presentation: Nima, Iyan, Nathan, Ian
Continue with 3.1.5: Histograms
#12: discuss as a class - transforming data before plotting
#14b - is ages the median? Why or why not? Why is the median age so high?
#16 is optional
#19 - Will grade in class. Save As histogram_age_income.py to a new
file histogram_household_size.py. Modify this file to make the plots and
calculations requested. Call me over and show me your plots and your
Python code when ready.
#19 challenge: Show the mean and median on the graph.