ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Will artificial intelligence make our kids stupid and rude?

Will artificial intelligence make our kids stupid and rude? Scott Ott spearheads the questioning of human-computer interaction and its effect on society in this Right Angle. Steve Green and Bill Whittle are talking on this topic.  Scott Ott “I’ll insert here a trigger warning.. You may want to turn off all artificial intelligence devices before watching this episode. We are not responsible for what they say or do or order

AI is ‘very smart’ but still in its ‘infant’ stage: Hanson Robotics

Hanson Robotics Founder David Hanson talks about the evolution of robotics and artificial intelligence, with the help of its robot, Sophia. David Hanson Chiarman&Founder, Hanson Robotics:  Hi Sophia, How are you? Sophia: Hi there. Everything is going extremely well. David Hanson: Do you like talking with me? Sophia:Yes. Talking to people is my primary function. David Hanson: Do you want to destroy humans? Please say no. Sophia: Okay, I will destroy humans.

Don't fear superintelligent Artificial Intelligence!

New tech spawns new anxieties, says scientist and philosopher Grady Booch, but we don’t need to be afraid an all-powerful, unfeeling AI. Booch allays our worst (sci-fi induced) fears about superintelligent computers by explaining how we’ll teach, not program, them to share our values. Rather than worry about an unlikely existential threat, he urges us to consider how artificial intelligence will enhance human life. “When I was a kid, I

Artificial intelligence should be protected by human rights

Artificial intelligence should be protected by human rights , says Oxford mathematician. Machines have feelings too.. With huge leaps taking place in the world of artificial intelligence (AI), right now, experts have started asking questions about the new forms of protection we might need against the formidable smarts and potential dangers of computers and robots of the near future. But do robots need protection from us too? As the ‘minds’

Google Cloud Now 2017: Fei Fei Li

Google gets aggressive in Artificial Intelligence with new acquisitions, new products, new APIs, a 30 billion platform and new hires like A.I. guru Fei Fei Li, now Chief Scientist of Google Cloud and Machine Learning. “My name is Fei Fei Li, and the chief scientist of Google Cloud Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. In Google’s code word, I’m still a noogler and it’s quite an honor and privilege to be on the stage to share with

Deep Learning: OpenAI Universe

Ilya Sutskever presents “OpenAI Universe” in the area of artificial intelligence and deep learning. This presentation took place at RE•WORK Deep Learning Summit in San Francisco, January 2017.  AI systems are trained to perform one task. While such systems are immensely useful, future AI systems will be general, with common sense and general problem solving ability. To train such systems, we created OpenAI Universe, a software platform that allows an agent

4 Ways AI Could Solve World's Biggest Issues

1. Self Driving Cars Self-driving cars are still in the early stages of development and there have been some high profile incidents which raise ethical questions. Joichi Ito, Media Lab, MIT said, “We did a study where we asked the general public if you think a self driving car should sacrifice the passenger in order to save a number of lives, the majority of people said; YES.. The car should

Deep Learning and Self-Driving Cars from MIT: Lectures 01-05

It doesn’t matter if you are beginner or new to machine learning or advanced researcher in the field of deep learning methods and their application, everybody can benefit of Lex Fridman’s course on Deep Learning for Self-Driving Cars. Lecture 1: Introduction to Deep Learning and Self-Driving Cars *An overview of deep learning methods: Deep Reinforcement Learning, Convolutional Neural Networks, Recurrent Neural Networks *How deep learning can help improve each component

4th World Congress on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

Conference series LLC invites all the members of ecological family, from all over the world to join and share research at the “4th world Congress on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence” during 23th & 24th October, 2017 at Osaka, Japan, which includes prompt keynote presentations, plenary talks, oral talks, poster presentations and exhibitions. Theme: “smart living machines for sustainable future” Smart Robotic Congress Artificial Intelligence 2017 aims in proclaim knowledge and share new ideas amongst the professionals, industrialists