Artificial intelligence is playing an increasingly important role in new software products, but the workflow of an AI researcher is quite different from the workflow of the software developer. Peter Norvig explains how the two can come together.
Silicon Valley Deep Learning Group is honored to host Peter Norvig. Peter talks about Deep Learning and Understandability versus Software Engineering and Verification.
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Artificial intelligence could be the powerful tool we need to solve some of the biggest problems facing our world, argues Raia Hadsell. In this talk, she offers an insight into how she and her colleagues are developing robots with the capacity to learn. Their superhuman ability to play video games is just the start.
Machine intelligence makes human morals more important Zeynep Tufekci
هنا الذكاء الإصطناعي، ونحن نستعمله لاتخاذ القرارات منذ فترة قصيرة. ولكن الطريقة المعقدة التي ينمو ويتطور بها تجعل من الصعب أن نفهمه وحتى بصعوبة أكبر أن نتحكم به. في هذه المحادثة التحذيرية، العالمة التقنية الاجتماعية زينب توفيكسي تشرح كيف أن الذكاء الصناعي يُمكن أن يفشل في الطرق التي لا تناسب نماذج الأخطاء الانسانية -- وفي الطرق التي سوف لن نتوقعها أو لا نكون متحضرين لها. "نحن لا نستطيع أن نتعهد بمسؤلياتنا للآلات،"كما تقول زينب."والذي يعني أنه يجب علينا ننتظر بشكل محكم أكثر من أي وقت مضى للقيم الانسانية والأخلاق الانسانية."
Founder and CEO of Arago
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In this latest Management Events report: Future of Business: Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, we asked 1,021 decision-makers from some of Europe’s top organizations about their current and future AI strategic development initiatives and investments. Which AI technologies are they investing in and why?
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Founder and CEO of Arago
Wie kann der Mittelstand in Deutschland das Silicon Valley überholen
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No Gi Pan Am Champ, Dan Faggella teaches the "Tilt To The Back" technique from Turtle. If you want to learn more from Dan, check out "Giant Killer 2" DVD at http://bit.ly/1iAOSS7
Daniel Faggella is founder and CEO at TechEmergence, the only market research and company discovery platform focused exclusively on artificial intelligence and machine learning. TechEmergence offers objective, jargon-free research and industry overviews designed to give executives and decision-makers exactly what they need for competitive insight, informed AI technology procurement and strategic planning around AI. Daniel Faggella is founder and CEO at TechEmergence, the only market research and company discovery platform focused exclusively on artificial intelligence and machine learning. TechEmergence offers objective, jargon-free research and industry overviews designed to give executives and decision-makers exactly what they need for competitive insight, informed AI technology procurement and strategic planning around AI. Faggella sold his last business for over $1MM to fund TechEmergence. 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
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Elon has a phobia about Artificial Intelligence, but I’m not sure it’s warranted. Neither are Bill Gates or Mark Zuckerberg. // Get updates like these in your inbox -- https://teslanomics.co/join
Advancements in artificial intelligence are changing how we analyze and process information. But these advances fall short when compared with the ingenuity and creativity of an average three-year old. In his talk, psychologist and neuroscientist Gary Marcus compares advancements in AI to the resilience of the human brain on tasks such as common sense and real-time evaluations.
Deep learning has made great progress in a variety of language tasks. However, there are still many practical and theoretical problems and limitations. In this talk I will introduce solutions to some of these: How to predict previously unseen words at test time. How to have a single input and output encoding for words. How to grow a single model for many tasks. How to use a single end-to-end trainable architecture for question answering.
Vox Pop interview with Richard Socher, Chief Scientist at Salesforce, on demystifying artificial intelligence.
Internet Festival 2014, R.I.O.T. HACKATHON “Revolutioning the Internet of Things".
Intervento di Paul Vershure, ICREA (Catalan Institute of Advanced Studies).
This is the first symposium of Xapiens at MIT - "The Future of Homo Sapiens"
A VR game for experiencing the life of a transgender boy
Pattie Maes argues that we have become cyborgs: we have become inseparable from our phones and other devices and increasingly rely on them for many aspects of our daily lives. She continues that the way we interact with these devices today is far from ideal resulting in loss of attention, frequent multitasking and short attention spans. The solution according to Maes is to embrace the fact that we are cyborgs but at the same time radically redesign the whole human machine interaction so that our devices become a more seamless extension of ourselves that augments us and assists us in becoming the person we want to be.
Gary Marcus (NYU) discusses neuroscience, deep learning, and the urgent need for an enriched set of computational primitives
We have more data than ever before, by many orders of magnitude, yet “strong” artificial intelligence remains elusive. Some notorious difficult problems like speech recognition and the game of Go have recently seen spectacular advances, yet no machine can understand language as well as three-year-old child. Gary Marcus explores the gap between what machines do well and what people do well and what needs to happen before machines can match the flexibility and power of human cognition.