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By pairing the power of AI systems and human wisdom, scientists at Duke University hope to offer a tool for strengthening our moral capacities. (More)

Will Artificial Intelligence ever match the masterful leadership of an outstanding CEO, deeply moving writing of a great poet, or nurturing care of a hospital nurse?
Viktor Dörfler, Senior Lecturer at the University of Strathclyde Business School, who makes artificial intelligence and has interviewed 17 Nobel Laureates, takes the stand on inimitability of exceptional human performance. In his talk, Viktor contrasts the learning algorithms of Artificial Intelligence, with human learning, particularly with the learning journey of exceptionally high achievers. Viktor is a Senior Lecturer in Information & Knowledge Management and also holds a Visiting Professor position at the Business School of Zagreb University. He gained masters degrees in Mathematical Engineering, International Business Relations, Engineering Education and an MBA from Hungarian universities and holds a PhD from Strathclyde University. In his speech, Dr Dörfler will explore why artificial intelligence will never match up to human intuition based on his vast experience of learning from the nobel laureates and creating AI. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx (More)

Princeton University researchers Arvind Narayanan, Aylin Caliskan and Joanna Bryson discuss their research on how human biases seep into artificial intelligence. (More)

Human bias is a notorious hindrance to effective risk management, and humans have long relied on machines to help them compensate for these errors. In particular, algorithmic, rules-based decision-making has done much to limit human bias in risk analysis. Machine learning is now lifting this work to the next level by uncovering trends and correlations heretofore unknown, and by enabling real-time access to high-frequency data. CEOs from innovative big data companies will reveal some of the most exciting new discoveries and applications of this sophisticated technology. (More)

Max Tegmark has a proud reputation as an unconventional thinker. In this presentation, Professor Tegmark talks about his famous concept of the multiverse and his view that reality is a mathematical entity. And he makes this material very interesting and accessible to a wide audience –no expertise required. (More)

http://www.veritas.org/talks – From the macro to the micro, do the laws of nature speak to a greater purpose? Join Oxford physicist Ard Louis and MIT physicist Max Tegmark at The Veritas Forum at MIT 2013. (More)

MIT Cosmologist Max Tegmark explains that gravity “slows down” time. Max shows that time is relative even out in the cosmos at a monster black hole. (More)

In This Video we’ll see most amazing and coolest ROBOTS. The family of robot animals from the German developer of robotics Festo is growing. The company presents many new robots, for example: a swarm of ants that can interact with each other, as well as butterflies and dragonflies, which are characterized by all the ease and grace of these insects. When they were created, the company focused not only on their appearance, but also on behavioral characteristics. The ants coordinate with each other all their actions and movements. Each ant, that is 13-centimeter long, has on its belly a radio module, through which precise coordination is carried out. (More)

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In a leap for robotic development, the MIT researchers who built a robotic cheetah have now trained it to see and jump over hurdles as it runs — making this the first four-legged robot to run and jump over obstacles autonomously. (Learn more: http://bit.ly/1JYy1bD) (More)

Hands on with Anki Vector This tiny little smart robot is full of emotion and blew my mind.
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Here are 10 of the most dynamic and intelligent robots ever built. (More)

Best 3 robots 2018, You will intend to buy in future. (More)

There are plenty of cool robots and robotics gadgets or toy robots that kids will absolutely love. Robot toys are best tech toys that will keep your kids entertained and maybe even spark their interest in robotics.We have created a shortlist of the top five robot toys for kids. 5 Best Robots for Kids : Games, Fun and Learning (More)

Miko is your child’s new companion — a brain with loads of heart. You will be amazed with how much Miko can do — be it chatting away about the facts of the world or adapting and responding to your child’s needs. Miko has a wide pool of knowledge and an even wider pool of fun. (More)

We are all familiar with physical, industrial robots, but what about robots that work in offices? In fact, they are already taking up posts around the world alongside their human counterparts. What opportunities does the Virtual Workforce present, and why are organisations choosing them to facilitate better service, faster growth and to react more quickly to market opportunities? This talk examines the art of the possible and how a Virtual Workforce can increase both the job satisfaction of human workers and transform the way that enterprises and global service providers deliver value. (More)

A quick-hitting Weldon Solutions video showing a wide variety of industrial automation solutions using FANUC robots. See unique machine tending, palletizing, material removal, spot welding and more. (More)

What you are about to see is a robot that will perform a human task autonomously and outline of key points to take into account when considering if this type of automation is right for your business. (More)

Dave Moss, CTO and Co-founder of Blue Prism introduces the Blue Prism Robotic Process Automation Platform and explains how the technology is used by accredited operational business teams to rapidly and cost effectively build their own process automations to support ever changing business initiatives and operational demands, within an IT governed framework. (More)

Intelligent Technology Mega Machines Wood Tractor and Timber Truck Tree Transportation, Modern devices and accessories for sawing wood. Unusual Woodwork Chainsaw Saw Log Splitter Lathe CNC Sawmill Equipment etc. (More)

Intelligent technology smart animal husbandry farming. Modern cow transportation machines, farm, latest technology. Cow feeding – hay bales, straw, silage. World Amazing Modern Agriculture Equipment and Mega Machines, oversize load etc. Videos from EU: Denmark and other countries. Watch! (More)

Intelligent Technology Mega Machines Unusual Woodwork Saw Log Splitter Lathe CNC Sawmill Equipment. What makes life easier – Sawmill
Compilation of a variety of devices and accessories for sawing wood. Cool ideas for household people. Automatic Wood Splitter, Log Splitter, Saw, Sawmill, CNC etc. (More)

Intelligent Technology Modern Cow Milking Automatic Machine Hay Silo Silage Feeding Tractor Smart Farming (More)

In this episode of AI Adventures, Yufeng interviews Google Research engineer Justin Zhao to talk about natural text generation, recurrent neural networks, and state of the art research! (More)

What if I told you, a machine wrote the script for this video and a robot spoke the voice over? At Deloitte we use artificial intelligence combined with Natural Language Processing and Natural Language Generation to automatically analyze, interpret and identify the most significant data. (More)

This video is about Artificial Intelligence & sophia robot Story in Hindi. Artificial intelligence, sometimes called machine intelligence, is intelligence demonstrated by machines, in contrast to the natural intelligence displayed by humans and other animals. (More)

First-order logic – also known as first-order predicate calculus and predicate logic – is a collection of formal systems used in mathematics, philosophy, linguistics, and computer science. First-order logic uses quantified variables over non-logical objects and allows the use of sentences that contain variables, so that rather than propositions such as Socrates is a man one can have expressions in the form “there exists X such that X is Socrates and X is a man” where there exists is a quantifier and X is a variable.This distinguishes it from propositional logic, which does not use quantifiers. (More)

14:00-14:20 Jes Frellsen, University of Cambridge Bayesian generalised ensemble Markov chain Monte Carlo
14:20-14:40 Adam Scibior, University of Cambridge Probabilistic programming with effect systems
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Meet AIVA, an artificial intelligence that has been trained in the art of music composition by reading more than 30,000 of history’s greatest scores. In a mesmerizing talk and demo, Pierre Barreau plays compositions created by AIVA and shares his dream: to create original live soundtracks based on our moods and personalities. (More)

Discover the latest innovation and the positive impact of Artificial Intelligence technologies. (More)

In this episode of Talks at GS, computer scientist Stuart J. Russell discusses how artificial intelligence is shaping both the future of innovation and the future of work and his views on how society can adapt to those changes. Learn More https://www.goldmansachs.com/insights/talks-at-gs/stuart-j-russell.html (More)

This is a clip from a conversation with Stuart Russell from Dec 2018. Check out Stuart’s new book on this topic “Human Compatible”: https://amzn.to/2pdXg8G New full episodes every Mon & Thu and 1-2 new clips or a new non-podcast video on all other days. You can watch the full conversation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsZI5oXBC0k
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– Progress in AI
– Media fear mongering with regard to AI
– The need for more conceptual progress in AI (More)