What impact does artificial intelligence have on journalism? How might it change the way we consume news? David Llorente, Founder at Narrativa, joined 2016's 48forward to talk about those questions - and he provided great insights into a topic that is going to become more and more important within the next years.
This talk explores the similarities between the human brain and AI. It is a very high level abstraction of AI and how it enables us to unfold the convolutions of the mind. It convinces you that when you invest in AI, you are actually investing in yourself. Upamanyu Ghose is a 3rd year computer science and engineering student, who is an ex computer vision team member of Project Manas, the only team comprising only of undergraduate students, working to build India's first driverless car for Mahindra's million dollar rise prize challenge.
He has been actively pursuing projects and research in the field of computer vision and natural language processing for the past year and is currently working on a project to enable searching through contents of a video. His prior projects include, cervical cancer detection using deep learning, tweet generator, generating stem cell lineage using image processing techniques (assisted a lab in Imperial College London). He’s also a part of a group called Teach Code for Good, which focuses on teaching underprivileged children the basics of coding in order to gear them up for the future.
His future plan is to pursue research in the field of human cognition in order to understand the mind better through artificial intelligence. 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
Lokke her talk will touch on the positive and negative aspects of artificial intelligence. She’ll illustrate AI’s profound impact on increasing awareness to human bias.
Prof. Lokke Moerel is among the world’s best-known data privacy lawyers consistently ranked as a leader in her field by publications including Chambers Global and Legal 500. Her work with large US tech giants on their strategic privacy and ethical issues has made her an expert on big data and artificial intelligence (AI). She is part of the global privacy & cybersecurity team of the technology-focused US law firm Morrison & Foerster, and also a professor of Global ICT law at Tilburg University. In addition, Moerel is a member of the Dutch Cyber Security Council (the advisory body of the Dutch cabinet on cybersecurity) and, in 2016, was appointed as co-author of the annual public advice to the Dutch government on behalf of the Dutch Lawyers Society (under auspices of the Dutch Supreme Court) on Big Data and the Internet of Things. Lokke Moerel’s TEDxAmsterdamWomen 2017 talk will touch on the positive and negative aspects of artificial intelligence. 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
A very simple world exists, where AI organisms are instructed to eat certain others. But by computing series of genetic code into the AI organisms, the organisms become... smarter, in how they choose and eat their prey. Delve into this fascinating process as Jahaan shows you how this type of code can be applied in the world and beyond.
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We display more than 7000 different facial expressions every day and we perceive all of them very intuitively. We associate to them attitudes, emotions, intentions, and moods. They are the window into our inner selves. Maja Pantic uses artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques to analyse human non-verbal behaviour, including facial expressions, body gestures, laughter, social signals, and affective states. In this video, she shows how these techniques can be used for the good of people – helping autistic children interpret other people’s facial expressions – or for the bad. Maja imagines AI enhancing human abilities further, allowing for sight, hearing and even communicating to be aided by computers. However, she urges all of us to protect out own behavioral data from corporate misuse. Professor Maja Pantic went from studying mathematics in her native Belgrade, Serbia, to specialising in computer sciences in Delft, the Netherlands. From Delft, Pantic moved to London where she is now Professor of Affective and Behavioural Computing and the Head of the iBUG group, working on machine analysis of human non-verbal behaviour. In May 2018, she became the Research Director of Samsung AI Research Centre in Cambridge. 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
Artificial intelligence is here and it is not the Terminator. Through an enlightening talk, Georgios Grigoriadis describes how technology has evolved in ways that have made Artificial Intelligence our reality in the present moment. Today's data scientists and AI professionals, he notes, should consider themselves as doctors, as craftsmen of our future. The way AI has entered our lives and is present in every aspect of it raises serious concerns about the rise of inequality.
How can humanity be prepared to cope with the impact artificial intelligence will have in our lives?
Rachel Thomas is a deep learning researcher, she is the cofounder of fast.ai which created the “Practical Deep Learning for Coders” course that over 100,000 students have taken. In her talk she explain why Artificial Intelligence should be accessible to all of us, even without a math background.
Rachel was selected by Forbes as one of 20 Incredible Women in AI, earned her math PhD at Duke, and was an early engineer at Uber. Her writing about AI and has been read by over half a million people and has been translated into Chinese, Spanish, Korean, & Portuguese. Co-Founder fast.ai and Researcher at USF. Mathematician, Deep Learning researcher, bringing and teaching Deep Learning to the mainstream. 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
Kristian is a professor of computer science and journalism at Northwestern University. Previously, Kris founded the University of Chicago’s Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. His research has been primarily focused on artificial intelligence, machine-generated content, and context-driven information systems.
In this talk, the speaker takes you on a journey of how AI systems have evolved over time. DIRECTOR OF MACHINE LEARNING AT GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Dr. Irfan Essa is a professor in the school of Interactive Computing and the inaugural Director of Machine Learning at Georgia Tech. One of the fastest growing research areas in computing, machine learning spans many disciplines that use data to discover scientific principles, infer patterns and extract meaningful knowledge. Essa directs an interdisciplinary team studying ways machine learning connects information and actions to bring the most benefit to the most people. 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
We all think about Artificial Intelligence and its development as a project capable of changing the world. Shrish explores whether this change is one for the good or the bad.
Takes a keen interest in Artificial Intelligence and its relevance in the future. 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
Dominik Fischer grew up in a small village in the Bavarian Forest and developed his passion for computer science at the age of 15. After becoming a software developer and working several years in an internet agency, he decided to enroll at the university to get a deeper understanding of computer science. Besides his studies he got interested in the philosophical questions about life and phenomenology. This interest motivated him to conduct his master thesis towards the topic of machine consciousness. About a year ago he started his research assistant position at the TU Munich and his dissertation about cognitive phenomenons in collectives and their relationships to phenomenology.
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 Dominik Fischer grew up in a small village in the Bavarian Forest and developed his passion for computer science at the age of 15. After becoming a software developer and working several years in an internet agency, he decided to enroll at the university to get a deeper understanding of computer science. Besides his studies he got interested in the philosophical questions about life and phenomenology. This interest motivated him to conduct his master thesis towards the topic of machine consciousness. About a year ago he started his research assistant position at the TU Munich and his dissertation about cognitive phenomenons in collectives and their relationships to phenomenology.
Xavier Vasques is a mathematician and neuroscientist He speaks about how artificial intelligence can improve humanity, specifically by providing elevated expertise, time compression and most importantly, deeper human engagement and relationship. “Artificial Intelligence Will Improve Humanity”
Artificial Intelligence and automation are already starting to replace many jobs across many fields. Are doctors next? It's already starting.
Artificial intelligence will change lives in many ways. Already, AI solutions are being deployed and having significant impact in healthcare. Daniel Kraft, MD, Chair for Medicine, Singularity University, shares his expert views on how significant this technology will be in finding the right diagnosis and therapies and shifting the ‘practice’ of medicine to the real ‘science’ of medicine.
Medical diagnosis often is based on information visible from medical images. But what if machine learning and artificial intelligence could help our doctors gain more knowledge from medical images and therefore predict diseases earlier? New research indicates this is indeed possible, and the implications for preventive medicine and several disease types are large. Learn about it in this talk.
Neil Nie demonstrates how artificial intelligence--and particularly, object recognition--works... and how it will effect the future.
Artificial intelligence is used for more than just filling your Facebook news feed. Come learn how it can be used to solve some of the most pressing environmental problems the world is facing.
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제목: 예술에 인공지능을 접목하는 방식 | YQP와 로먼 립스키
내용: 인공 지능은 날마다 새로운 기록을 깨면서 갈수록 더 인간의 능력을 능가하고 있지만 인공 지능을 예술에 접목했을 때 그걸 진정한 지능으로 볼 수 있을까요?
이 질문에 답하기 위해, 로먼 립스키 화가와 디지털 예술 집단인 YQP는 최초로 그 일을 실험해보는 프로젝트에 함께 참여했습니다.
"언 피니쉬드 원"은 진정한 예술적 지능을 창조하려는 시도로써 마치 뮤즈처럼 예술가에게 영감을 주고, 도전하고, 자극하는 첫 번째 인공 지능입니다.
Roman Lipski is a Polish painter who has lived and worked in Berlin since 1989. His celebrated art has been exhibited in numerous museums all over the world – such as the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the National Art Museum of China or the Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art in Istanbul. Furthermore his work is part of several art collections such as the Marx Collection at Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin.
The painter Roman Lipski (http://www.romanlipski.com/), the art collective YQP (http://www.yqp.computer/) and the AI company Birds on Mars (http://www.birdsonmars.com) present the birth of an artificial muse: An AI system that inspires, provokes, and challenges a painter through the mechanisms of science and technology.
Every day artificial intelligence breaks new records and surpasses more and more human capabilities. But can artificial intelligence be truly intelligent when it comes to art? To address this question, the painter Roman Lipski and the digital art collective YQP collaborated on the first project of its kind.
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In today's ever-changing and growing world, artificial intelligence is quickly becoming more integrated within our everyday lives. What happens when we give total control to sentient machines? Leah Avakian discusses the possibilities of such a scenario, and how apps as simple as Siri could have dangerous real-world consequences. N/A 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
The Dean's Distinguished Lecture Series in Information Technology and Society is proud to present Alex "Sandy" Pentland, Professor of Media Arts and Sciences, Toshiba Professor, Media Lab Entrepreneurship Program Director, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Alex "Sandy" Pentland is the director of the MIT Connection Science and Human Dynamics labs and previously helped create and direct the MIT Media Lab. He is one of the most-cited computational scientists in the world, a member of the U.S. National Academies, and has received numerous awards and prizes such as the McKinsey Award from Harvard Business Review, the DARPA Network Challenge, and the Brandeis Award for work in privacy. His most recent books are Social Physics (Penguin Press) and Honest Signals (MIT Press).
Figure Eight's CTO, Robert Munro, will talk about 20 years of experience combining Human and Machine Intelligence. From simple early interactions in games and search engines to complex modern tasks like autonomous vehicles, medical imaging, agriculture, translation, art, and music, he will cover how AI is increasingly incorporated into our everyday lives.
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Join us to learn why Human-in-the-Loop training data should be powering your machine learning (ML) projects and how to make it happen. If you’re curious about what human-in-the-loop machine learning actually looks like, join Figure Eight CTO Robert Munro and AWS machine learning experts to learn how to effectively incorporate active learning and human-in-the-loop practices in your ML projects to achieve better results.
On October 30, Northwestern welcomed Paul Daugherty, Accenture’s chief technology and innovation officer, for a discussion on the opportunities to integrate artificial intelligence into organizations. Speaking to more than 300 students, faculty, and staff at the Kellogg Global Hub, Daugherty shared insights from his new book, "Human + Machine: Reimagining Work in the Age of AI."
In the last decade we have witnessed a tremendous development: the rise of the machines. The world is drenched in algorithms and they actively influence our world view. Are we ready? Marcel Blattner sheds light on why education is key for a healthy relationship between Artificial Intelligence and Humans.
Philip revealed what we should expect from artificial intelligence which is a significant part of our lives already.