Perception As Controlled Hallucination | Edge.org

An EDGE conversation with Andy Clark on perception and the role of predictive processing. The concept of predictive processing describes the brain as pediction machine gathering statistical information to adapt its model of the world. Sources: https://www.edge.org/conversation/andy_clark-perception-as-controlled-hallucination https://www.mindcoolness.com/blog/bayesian-brain-predictive-processing/  

The Challenge of Crafting Intelligible Intelligence | June 2019 | Communications of the ACM

Modern AI approaches often work like black boxes: nobody really knows why things work the way they work. Offering explanations why an AI system came to a conclusion is certainly needed. The article by Daniel S. Weld and Gagan Bansal [1] studied two approaches that are promising: using an inherently interpretable model, or adopting an […]

Consumers Who Use Mobile Are In-Store Shoppers | PYMNTS.com

social-sharing-top Encourgaing your customers to use their mobile on the premesis is good for brick and mortar stores [1]. This goes against the conventional wisdom that mobiles will kill brick and mortar businesses. This and more can be found in the Remote Payments Study by PYMNTS. They collected and analyzed survey data from 2,300 American […]

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How Aldi, a brutally efficient grocery chain, is beating Walmart on low prices – CNN.com

Interesting CNN [1] article about Aldi driving changes in the US supermarket industry. Walmart regards Aldi as  “fierce,” “good” and “clever” competitor. Aldi’s price war is driving second and third tier grocery stores into bancrupcy. Mikey Vu, partner at Bain, states that “We haven’t seen a disrupter in the grocery space like this in a […]