"http://api.elsevier.com/content/search/scopus?apiKey=" + apikey + "&query=Artificial+Intelligence+" + query + "&subj=ener" + "&start=" + str(start)
And "ener" is the id for the energy subject.
You can't have the rate of publication be a logistic function and the cumulative publication be a logistic function. The derivative(i.e., rate) of the logistic function should be 0 at both tails which isn't S-shaped anymore.
Research doesn't work by aggregate, in fact most of the papers are useless. The top 1% influential ones are the ones that really matters.
> “Computer Science”, “Mathematics” and “Engineering”, obviously the leaders in research, with respectively 963274, 491191 and 352870 publications.
Why "obvious" ?? I barely think so.
Why do instances like this one publish their articles on Medium? As a reader, I am annoyed that Medium puts two dick bars on the page so it is hard to read. As a writer, I would not want to have my content controlled by a third party. And not have all these links to the third party on my content. What counterweights this? Are there any benefits of giving your content to Medium?
* It is linked (vs. a post in a personal blog post which would only be indexed by search engines)
* There is a large community of users on Medium, and posts are easy to share.
* Medium highlights popular posts.
It is linked
Posts are easy to share
Medium highlights popular posts
This, I remember blocking those bars a month ago with uBlockOrigin. It was very, very annoying the first time around now that you reminded me.
The downside, as you’ve pointed out, is that content is becoming watered down and the UX of Medium is going downhill.
> This report aggregates a diverse set of data, makes that data accessible, and includes discussion about what is provided and what is missing. Most importantly, the AI Index 2017 Report is a starting point for the conversation about rigorously measuring activity and progress in AI in the future.
Early on the article made an interesting thought - once we get ai right, we won't need to solve any other problems...
Only if it is superhuman AI, we already have 'human' level AI and as long as that isn't enough there is no reason to believe that 'ordinary' AI will solve anything that we can't solve.
And you're able to say that with a straight face?
ps: explanation: AI is at best at simple insect level intelligence and sarcasm is especially challenging for "AI assistants"