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Thoughts From Your Humble Curators

This week we look at AI development of two industry giants: Google and Apple. Google recently stopped working on project Maven, a high-profile government drone project, and this week we see CEO publish "AI at Google: our principles" to create values on how Google should use AI. See our coverage of the piece.

On the other hand, Apple, another powerhouse in the commercial AI, is now trying to establish her presence. Would she succeed? We have two pieces this week for you to think and ponder.

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Announcement: About AIDL Posting

From Jun 10, 2018, all posts at the AIDL group would be first approved by admins/mods before they can appear in the main forum, or we call it the "pre-approval" system. This changes our long-time policy of "post-approval", i.e. we allowed anyone to post but only remove the post afterward. Read below for further discussion.

Details: Since AIDL's inception 2 years ago, we have adopted a posting system which allows members to post anything, but only close/remove posts afterward. Unfortunately, our surprisingly rapid growth made this system unscalable. It's getting harder for admins/mods to manually remove all spammy commercial or irrelevant posts from the forum. Furthermore, since posts would pop up on members feed, these irrelevant posts has been hurting our group's reputation as an informative news source.

Perhaps more importantly, we want to listen to our members: Many members voice their concerns of repetitive beginner posts and spams, there are also more told us that they decide to leave the group because posts have low quality.

Our change will make all posts go through admin first before appearing in the main forum. We will still keep general discussion, but they will only appear in several designated threads from the forum.

If you left AIDL because of spam, note that we are taking steps to improve post quality. We hope you like our new policy. If you have any questions, feel free to talk with admins/mods.

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This newsletter is published by Waikit Lau and Arthur Chan. We also run Facebook's most active A.I. group with 147,000+ members and host an occasional "office hour" on YouTube. To help defray our publishing costs, you may donate via link. Or you can donate by sending Eth to this address: 0xEB44F762c58Da2200957b5cc2C04473F609eAA65. Join our community for real-time discussions with this iOS app here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/expertify/id969850760

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