AI is taking off, but traveling into uncharted territory. Where is AI going and what does it mean for business? In this O'Reilly video collection, four AI experts discuss the business-side of AI. They discuss how companies can get started building AI products, what product development should (and shouldn't) look like, how organizations can successfully and thoughtfully use AI advancements to improve efficiency and production, and what we can expect from the future of AI. Each video segment in this collection comes from the 2016 O'Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference.
The Least We Can Do Is Wave to Each Other is the second album by the British progressive rock band Van der Graaf Generator, released in February 1970 on Charisma Records. It was the group's first album to be released in the UK and the only one to chart in the top 50 in that country. The songs on the album were mostly composed by group leader Peter Hammill but arranged and rehearsed by the whole band. The lyrics covered a variety of themes including relationships with friends, witchcraft and apocalyptic catastrophes, while the music ranged from ballads such as "Refugees" to unusual and aggressive playing on "White Hammer" and "After the Flood". As well as a brief commercial success, the album was well received by critics and continues to be praised.