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Antiquities Dealer Confesses In Court To Selling Thousands Of Forgeries

“Mehrdad Sadigh pleaded guilty to seven felony counts that included charges of forgery and grand larceny. … The prosecution of Mr. Sadigh was something of a departure by the Antiquities Trafficking Unit, which generally pursues people dealing in artifacts that have been looted.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Visual, Sadigh, Mehrdad Sadigh, Antiquities Trafficking Unit

The key to smarter robot collaborators may be more simplicity

Think of all the subconscious processes you perform while you’re driving. As you take in information about the surrounding vehicles, you’re anticipating how they might move and thinking on the fly about how you’d respond to those maneuvers. You may even be thinking about how you might influence the other drivers based on what they think you might do. If robots are to integrate seamlessly into our world, they’ll have to do the same. Now researchers from Stanford University and Virginia Tech ha...
Tags: Stanford, Artificial Intelligence, Robots, Innovation, Machine Learning, University of Toronto, Stanford University, Virginia Tech, Dorsa Sadigh, Sadigh, Jakob Foerster, Nonetheless Foerster