ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

The Future of Artificial Intelligence and Ethics on the Road to Superintelligence

The human brain, consisting of roughly 86 billion neurons, rivals the world’s best supercomputers in terms of magnitude, efficiency, and speed, using as little energy as a small 20-watt light bulb. Human evolution took tens of thousands of years to adapt noticeable brain size and architecture changes. Evolution is a slow process that can take eons for changes to occur.  Technology, on the other hand, is amazing in terms of

Mars and Artificial Intelligence

Gigi Young, an intuitive consultant talks about: Mars And Artificial Intelligence. “It is not just my job to look at the higher dimensional strings that are pulling you along, it is my job to help you navigate them; to help you move into your highest potential. Intuitive readings fall flat if they are merely a series of predictions with no deep knowledge or guidance behind them. It is my job to

The First Truly Intelligent Machine Will Be Humanity's Last Invention

“The mathematician I.J. Good back in the mid-1960s introduced what he called the intelligence explosion, which in essence was the same as the concept that Vernor Vinge later introduced and Ray Kurzweil adopted and called the technological singularity. What I.J. Good said was the first intelligent machine will be the last invention that humanity needs to make. Now in the 1960s the difference between neural AI and AGI wasn’t that

Can a Computer Talk Like a Human?

What is consciousness? Can an artificial machine really think? Does the mind just consist of neurons in the brain, or is there some intangible spark at its core? For many, these have been vital considerations for the future of artificial intelligence. But British computer scientist Alan Turing decided to disregard all these questions in favor of a much simpler one: CAN A COMPUTER TALK LIKE A HUMAN?  This question led

Online Retailers Incorporating Artificial Intelligence Features to Make Shopping Easier

With the evolution of artificial intelligence and robotics, you may be wondering how our everyday lives are changing. Recent commercial trends show that, as consumers, we are already using some of these developments for shopping and making financial transactions more efficiently. Whether you’re shopping online for clothes, groceries or a gift, you could browse aimlessly for hours if you don’t already know what you’re looking for. That’s why online retailers in Korea

AI developed by Carnegie Mellon University has defeated the world's best professional poker players

Artificial intelligence developed by Carnegie Mellon University has defeated the world’s best professional poker players at no-limit Texas Hold ‘Em. Tuomas Sandholm, a computer scientist at Carnegie Mellon University, and Noam Brown, a grad student designed the AI called Libratus. The Claudico, an earlier AI,  was involved in a poker tournament in April-May 2015 and couldn’t beat the humans, with the match ending in a statistical tie. The Libratus victory comes

Artificial Intelligence is the New Electricity: Andrew Ng

On Wednesday, January 25, 2017, Baidu chief scientist, Coursera co-founder, and Stanford adjunct professor Andrew Ng spoke at the Stanford MSx Future Forum. The Future Forum is a discussion series that explores the trends that are changing the future. During his talk, Professor Ng discussed how artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming industry after industry. Andrew (Yan-Tak ) Ng is Vice President & Chief Scientist of Baidu; Chairman and Co-Founder of

Famous People in Artificial Intelligence are together at BENEFICIAL AI 2017

BENEFICIAL AI 2017 brought together an amazing group of AI researchers from academia and industry, and thought leaders in economics, law, ethics, and philosophy for a few days dedicated to beneficial AI. (6-7 January 2017) People from various AI-related fields had discussions of opportunities and challenges related to the future of AI and steps we should take to ensure that the technology is beneficial. Elon Musk, Stuart Russell, Ray Kurzweil,

17 Microsoft researchers predict where AI will take us in the next 10 years

Computers will have more human-like thought processes We’ll use voice commands, images and video to search the internet The potential for multi-sensory experiences will improve It could even cause us to hallucinate but also allow people to “retain” their perceptual system After the mishap of the Tay chatbot which produced racist and sexist slurs, the future of AI calls for more ethical regulation When currently make up less than 20%

The Top Myths About Advanced Artificial Intelligence

A captivating conversation is taking place about the future of artificial intelligence and what it will/should mean for humanity. There are fascinating controversies where the world’s leading experts disagree, such as: AI’s future impact on the job market; if/when human-level AI will be developed; whether this will lead to an intelligence explosion; and whether this is something we should welcome or fear. But there are also many examples of of boring pseudo-controversies caused by people misunderstanding and