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This week: Huang's Law, autonomous cargo plans, and rethinking human-AI interaction. If you’re a fan
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This week: Huang’s Law, autonomous cargo plans, and rethinking human-AI interaction.
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Latest News
Huang’s Law Is the New Moore’s Law, and Explains Why Nvidia Wants Arm | WSJ

The UK exam debacle reminds us that algorithms can’t fix broken systems | MIT Technology Review

FedEx teams up with Reliable Robotics on autonomous cargo planes | Supply Chain Dive

Researchers find 'inconsistent' benchmarking across 3,867 AI research papers | VentureBeat

From the Blogosphere
Rethinking human-AI interaction | Jessy Lin

Why You Should Do NLP Beyond English | Sebastian Ruder

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