StarCraft II players don’t train for 200 years – the limits of current AI

Having conquered games like chess and go, AI researchers are now tackling real time strategy games like Starcraft and Dota. AlphaStar, a product of Google’s DeepMind research labs, has beaten some of the worlds best Starcraft 2 players and Microsoft recently, invested $1 billion in OpenAI and company that has worked on the game Dota […]

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The Promise of Big Data Approaches in Memory Research

Most empirical research in psychology either involves administering surveys across a cohort or occurs in the laboratory. While a great deal has been learned about psychological processes using these methods, they provide very sparse samples of human behaviour under quite unnatural conditions. Experience sampling methods (Csikszentmihalyi & Larson, 1992) use smartphones, wearable sensors, social media […]

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Data Power to the People

Today data is owned by corporations, governments, and research institutions. But it is generated by users, citizens and participants. Perhaps they should own it. A million workers working for nothing You better give ’em what they really own We got to put you down When we come into town John Lennon © Sony/ATV Music Publishing […]

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My name is Simon Dennis and I am a husband, a father, a mentor and friend. I am also the Director of the Complex Human Data Hub within the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences and CEO of Unforgettable Research Services. The Complex Human Data Hub‘s primary aim is to develop Computational Behavioural Science – bringing […]

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