Deep Learning Lectures at the University of Oxford by Nando de Freitas

Deep Learning Courses were taught in 2015 at the University of Oxford by Nando de Freitas with great help from Brendan Shillingford. Slides are available at: Deep Learning Lecture 1: Introduction Deep Learning Lecture 2: linear models Deep Learning Lecture 3: Maximum likelihood and information Deep Learning Lecture 4: Regularization, model complexity and data complexity (part 1) Deep Learning Lecture 5: Regularization, model complexity and data complexity (part 2) Deep

A video about the present, the distant- and not-so-distant future of AI by LEMMiNO

Artificial intelligence is easily one of the most prevalent themes in all of science fiction.The idea that a machine could exhibit the same level of intelligence and sentience as a human being has captivated writers and audiences alike for decades from an ominous computer system in 2001: A Space Odyssey to superhuman androids in Westworld… This captivating sub-genre of science fiction has experienced a diverse range of depictions. But fiction

Ethics and artificial intelligence

Robin Dale Hanson and James J. Hughes are having conversation on ethics and Artificial Intelligence. They talked together below subjects; Should we really worry about robots taking our jobs? Fighting racism with algorithms Are AI advances mostly hype? Using AI to make technology more secure The robot economy is coming Do robots have moral value? Who is Robin Dale Hanson? Robin Dale Hanson is an associate professor of economics at

Robots are entering our bedrooms

Dr. David Levy, author of the book “The Evolution of Human-Robot Relationships: Love + Sex with Robots” and Artificial Intelligence specialist, claims that marriage to Robots will come true until 2050. Speaking at the International Congress on Love and Sex with Robots held on December 19-20, 2016 at the University of London, Levy says that robots used especially in the field of industry and in the field of information Technologies

Mark Zuckerberg's AI is ON.

Would you like your curtains to open automatically in the morning as soon as you wake up? And also your toast ready and be given brief information about what you need to do today? May be this is pipe dream for most of us. But Mark Zuckerberg has fullfilled this dream by AI callled Jarvis. Jarvis is similar to Amazon’s Alexa: activated by voice and able to control household devices.

How Machines Learn to Smell

Machines are increasingly demonstrating the capabilities of a genuine Artificial Intelligence (AI). They can beat chess grandmasters, win million-dollar quiz shows, help diagnose cancer, and soon even smell like a human nose. A look at AI and what it means for our future. In 2011, Watson, an artificially intelligent computer system developed by IBM, participated in a special edition of the American television quiz program, “Jeopardy!” The show, which places

What is Machine Learning?

The goals of AI is to create a machine which can mimic a human mind and to do that it needs learning capabilities. But how does machine learning work? Technically speaking, machine learning is all about testing, testing, testing. It starts with training data and then it applies predictions to what you might like. When you make a predicted selection, your answer is so noted. Machine learning is a subfield

TIME's 10 Questions Westworld Still Needs to Answer

The first season of Westworld finished with a literal bang as the black-tie beach party got the end of the world in full swing. Throughout the course of the extended final episode, fans learned that, one: yes, William is indeed the Man in Black. Two: after years of endless loop de loops, Dolores know what’s up. Three: Maeve has the know-how to make it safely onto the train out of

The Emotion Machine : Ray Kurzweil & Marvin Minsky

Marvin Minsky, who has died aged 88, was a pioneer of artificial intelligence. In 1958 he co-founded the Artificial Intelligence Project at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Subsequently known as the AI Lab, it became a mecca for artificial intelligence research. His published works included Steps Toward Artificial Intelligence (1960), a manifesto that profoundly shaped AI in its earliest days, and Society of Mind (1985), which postulated that the

Jerry Kaplan: What Everyone Needs to Know about AI

We’re asking the wrong questions about artificial intelligence, says AI expert Jerry Kaplan. Machines are not going to take over the world. They don’t have emotions or creativity. They are just able to process large amounts of data and draw logical conclusions. These new technologies will bring tremendous advances–along with new ethical and practical issues. TRANSCRIPT JOANNE MYERS: Good evening, everyone. I’m Joanne Myers, director of Public Affairs programs, and