How simulator exploitation, a dual of over-optimization, in AI is the canary in the coal mine for what negative implications could come from weakly-bou…
Nathan Lambert
I don’t even like the idea of flying delivery drones, but that will be all we have.
Nathan Lambert
Some debates that will be settled en route to RL being used in all corners of the modern world.
Nathan Lambert
How English being the language of progress in AI could bias our machine’s minds and what we think they are capable of. Uncoupling AI from our notion of…
Nathan Lambert
Yes COVID accelerated automated manufacturing and logistics, but robots have not been helping out en masse anywhere else.
Nathan Lambert
The acrobatic dance videos are flashy, but what are the actual technical breakthroughs? What is happening to the Korean robotics industry?
Nathan Lambert
How behaving as a platform rather than a manufacturer will be the sweet spot for the next generation of robotics companies.
Nathan Lambert
The digital fallout following the siege on the capital shows we are not keeping up with the pace of technological change.
Nathan Lambert
Lessons about AI from lessons about our mind. Focused on the nature of free will.
Nathan Lambert
Most of my predictions for automation in 2021 have common people starting to learn how their lives will be impacted, and it’s up to the practitioners t…
Nathan Lambert
How I ended up with 26 posts in my first half year of weekly writing. What we learned and where we are going.
Nathan Lambert
Making case for why my research matters and why you want to learn about models.
Nathan Lambert