On Tuesday, September 25th, Jeff Dean, Head of Google AI and Google Brain, visited heidelberg.ai (http://heidelberg.ai) at the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg:
Max Tegmark (author of LIFE 3.0 and professor of physics at MIT) looks at three ways A.I. is changing humanity's future, and how to make sure it's changing for the better. Read more about LIFE 3.0: http://bit.ly/2xIWX4h
Let’s separate the hype from reality and see what exactly machine learning (ML), deep learning (DL) and artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms can do right now in cybersecurity. We will look how different tasks, such as prediction, classification, clustering and recommendation, are applicable to the ones for attackers, such as captcha bypass and phishing, and for defenders, such as anomaly detection and attack protection. Speaking about the icing on the cake, we will cover the latest techniques of hacking security and non-security products that use ML and why its super hard to protect them against adversarial examples and other attacks.
Humanoid artificial intelligence is coming and there’s a good chance it may come to life in Vancouver.
What is AI (Artificial Intelligence): This video is an explanation of the definition of AI (Artificial Intelligence), the 3 main categories: ASI (Artificial Superintelligence), AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) and ANI (Artificial Narrow Intelligence) and the current state of the technology.
This presentation was recorded at GOTO Copenhagen 2018. #gotocon #gotocph
Dr. Ben Goertzel, a self-described Cosmist and Singularitarian, is one of the world's leading researchers in artificial general intelligence (AGI), natural language processing, cognitive science, data mining, machine learning, computational finance, bioinformatics, and virtual worlds and gaming He has published a dozen scientific books, 100+ technical papers, and numerous journalistic articles.
here is the original video published 3 years ago without the commentary:
In a recent article on Medium, Los Angeles Entrepreneur, Consultant, investor, and TED speaker Sid Mohasseb argued that the AI train has left the station and attempts to stop it will be futile.
In the last few months, we have seen even more pessimism spread onto AI from the likes of Elon Musk and Bill Gates. The media have given a lot of echoes, perhaps purposely given that the topic increases eyeballs, to these opinion makers. At a recent Joe Rogan Youtube interview, Elon Musk reiterated that AI is potentially more dangerous than nuclear weapons and that it is insane for the government not to regulate it.
007 Boomerang: How AI is Helping The Masses
In this enlightening talk, Prashant Shukla (National Technology Officer, Microsoft India) elucidates how dramatically the advent of artificial intelligence and digital technology can help transform agriculture, healthcare, and education in rural India. Prashant Shukla’s career over the last 24 years spans successful leadership roles in marketing, sales, product management and software development in the US and India. Currently, Prashant is working as National Technology Officer for Microsoft India. In this role, he successfully drove the first TV Whitespace Pilot to provide an alternative for the cheap rural internet. He also drove the design of a framework for the first Indian digital village and its implementation in Harisal, an effort sponsored by the Chief Minister of India’s most economically advanced state, Maharashtra. The digital transformation of Harisal illustrates the power technology has to benefit those living in rural India and puts in place a framework that can be replicated in hundreds of rural villages. He also ideated the integration of Skype and Aadhaar, a project with potential for creating virtual presence possibilities for a whole host of scenarios.
Al Burgio & Matthew Roszak, sit down for a fireside chat with John Furrier for Global Cloud & Blockchain Summit 2018 from The Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto, Ontario.
Dr. Molly Wright Steenson is a designer, author, professor, and international speaker whose work focuses on the intersection of design, architecture, and artificial intelligence. She is the author of Architectural Intelligence: How Designers and Architects Created the Digital Landscape (MIT Press, 2017), which tells the radical history of AI’s impact on design and architecture and how it poured the foundation for contemporary digital design. She cut her teeth on the web in 1994 and has since worked with groundbreaking studios, consultancies, and corporations. Dr. Steenson is an associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design, with a courtesy appointment in the School of Architecture. Previously, she was an assistant professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, adjunct faculty at Art Center in Pasadena, CA, and an associate professor at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea in Italy. She holds a PhD in architecture from Princeton University and a master’s in architectural history from Yale. St. Paul is her hometown.
Profesora asociada en la Escuela de Diseño de la Universidad de Carnegie Mellon y Co-chair de IxDA Interaction Awards. Autor del libro de próxima aparición, Architecting Interactivity (MIT Press, 2017).
By exploring how technology is changing how we receive, process and contribute information, and therefore how we interact with culture, Colum discuss how we are in the process of re-writing our cultural paradigm. Is Artificial Intelligence an educational game-changer, or should we fear it?
In this Dreamtalk, Dr. Ming will discuss how her's and other's work developing AI for good, treating diabetes, predicting bipolar, precision farming, and much more, always comes with frightening and complex ethical questions. She'll review how seemingly innocent technologies can have surprisingly negative effects, such as inequality, capture effects, and instability in social networks, along with the emergence of profound disruptions like social dishession and de-professionalization.
Microsoft’s augmented reality headset Hololens 2 just got an artificial intelligence upgrade. It’s another example of how Artificial Intelligence will affect your life, and a real world example of Augmented Reality.
We all know our future is totally dependent on technology and this technology with Artificial Intelligence is not only changing our present but also creating our future also now day by day all the technology are stated using this Artificial Intelligence concept for more accuracy and reliability and believe me it's not a difficult task to understand this concept and with this Artificial Intelligence concept you can easily build drones and robots .
Currently, there is an increasing ambition in industry and research for building artificial intelligence (AI) that will support people in their everyday life and work. Decision-making is a central aspect in this ambit. AI and machine learning algorithms are being used to assist doctors, lawyers, and governments in diagnosing diseases, making judicial decisions, and defining policies. It is more important than ever that these algorithms are designed and optimized in a way that simplifies and accounts for human-AI collaboration. Addressing these challenges requires methods and techniques at the intersection of cognition, sociology, and artificial intelligence. In this breakout session, we bring together expertise from these different perspectives and enable the speakers, as well as the audience, to share emerging theoretical results, experimental findings, and applications involving human-AI decision-making.
review.chicagobooth.edu | As artificial intelligence is used more and more to aid—or sometimes replace—human decision-making, how worried should we be that these applications will automate bias against particular groups? Chicago Booth's Sendhil Mullainathan says we should be alert to this concern, but also aware of one of AI's great advantages: while it is subject to biases in data, it doesn't apply its own layer of bias, as humans tend to. Although completely unbiased data is almost impossible to generate, Mullainathan says that designers of AI systems can at least be alert to such biases and create with those concerns in mind. And while it's reasonable to be concerned about AI perpetuating biases in contexts such as hiring or criminal justice, it's just these sorts of places, Mullainathan says—the places we're most concerned about bias skewing decision-making—that AI has the most potential to improve equity.
This presentation was recorded at GOTO Copenhagen 2017
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NANO LABS comes out of Stealth Mode. The future of business and Artificial Intelligence.
Human-monitored security feeds are prohibitively expensive; why not get a Deep Science AI to watch your cameras and detect threats as they happen?
Adam Cheyer, Co-founder & VP Engineering, Viv
Nigel Duffy, CTO, Sentient Technologies
Kevin Quennesson, Engineering Manager & Staff Engineer, Twitter Cortex
Lauri Saft, VP, Watson Ecosystem & Partner Program, IBM
Norman Winarsky, Advisor, SRI Ventures