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New technologies from artificial intelligence and virtual reality to massive open online courses are beginning to disrupt existing models of learning. These technologies could help to meet rising demands for education around emerging Asia. From the rise of new global educational providers to the development of “micro” degrees and new VR tools for online learning, these technologies will also have profound implications for the way in which Higher Education policies are developed across Asia – both in developed economies like Singapore seeking to re-equip their workforce for a new era of globalisation and emerging nations attempting rapidly to increase the scale and quality of their education systems.

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Transhumanism, Artificial Intelligence, Microchipping, and the Future of Education. The world is changing and the education system is going to go through some serious changes in the coming years (not decades, years!).

The goal is to connect us to the cloud, is this a good thing? We will know everything, the argument goes, but is that a good thing?

There are inherent dangers that people like Elon Musk is talking about and others. Where does this all go? Well, we pretty much know because they are telling us!

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The End of School
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Artificial intelligence today is properly known as narrow AI (or weak AI), in that it is designed to perform a narrow task (e.g. only facial recognition or only internet searches or only driving a car). However, the long-term goal of many researchers is to create general AI (AGI or strong AI). While narrow AI may outperform humans at whatever its specific task is, like playing chess or solving equations, AGI would outperform humans at nearly every cognitive task.

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AI expert Ben Goertzel is no stranger to building out-of-this-world artificial intelligence, and he wants others to join him in this new and very exciting field. That’s why he co-founded iCog Labs in Ethiopia, and he’s training people not through textbooks but online courses offered by the likes of MIT, Coursera, and Udacity. That way, they can learn about the many different skill sets needed to build AI much faster than a traditional educational route. Ben’s latest book is AGI Revolution: An Inside View of the Rise of Artificial General Intelligence.

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Ben Goertzel is CEO and chief scientist at SingularityNET, a project dedicated to creating benevolent decentralized artificial general intelligence. He is also chief scientist of financial prediction firm Aidyia Holdings and robotics firm Hanson Robotics; Chairman of AI software company Novamente LLC; Chairman of the Artificial General Intelligence Society and the OpenCog Foundation.His latest book is AGI Revolution: An Inside View of the Rise of Artificial General Intelligence.

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Ben Goertzel: There’s aspects, yes. AGI has aspects of computer science, mathematics, engineering, philosophy of mind, linguistics, neuroscience. It’s quite cross-disciplinary, and the education system isn’t really that way. It’s more that way in the U.S. than anywhere else on the planet actually. That’s a strength the U.S. has. Here as an undergraduate, you can at least take courses in every department. And in many countries, that’s not true.

But even in the U.S., the education system is not nearly as cross-disciplinary as it should be for grappling with a problem like AGI or with say quantum computing or nanotechnology or a lot of other cutting edge things.

So what that means is if someone wants to really work in one of these cutting-edge topics that has the highest probability of transforming the world, if they want to work on these things in the core capacity, they have to take their own time to study a bunch of other fields that they didn’t learn in school. And that also takes time. You can’t do that by reading a blog post. I mean you’ve got to, you know, take out a neuroscience textbook and go through it step by step. And not everyone has the patience for that.

But again some people do, and I’d say Coursera, Udacity, and MIT, the many universities that have put their courseware online have been a huge, huge asset in this process because those help lead people through the process of learning information from all the different disciplines that they need to attack something like AGI. We found these online courses incredibly useful in what we’ve been doing in Ethiopia.

So in 2013, I co-founded with two others Ethiopia’s first AI and robotics development company. So we do some original R&D, some projects aimed at helping the African situation. Then a bunch of software and robotics outsourcing. The company is called iCog Labs based in Addis Ababa. And we have an internship program which we use for recruiting.

So we take dozens of undergrad students each year and what we do is we give them some hands-on lessons in OpenCog and various other AI tools. We also have each of them take like seven Coursera courses. And they go through them very quickly and they teach them neuroscience, computational linguistics, bioinformatics, machine learning, a bunch of topics that are not offered in the university there.

And this works much better than giving them a bunch of textbooks to read because it gives them a process and a community to enter into. It not only teaches them information but it weeds out people who don’t have the persistence to slog through stuff from a bunch of different disciplines and really stretch their brain in a deeper cross-disciplinary way.

So yeah, I’d say, as with everything else there’s pluses and minuses all tangled up, right? I mean the modern way of doing things in some ways eliminates people’s attention span because nobody has to think for themselves. They immediately look up the answer on the internet or download something instead of trying to solve a problem themselves.

On the other hand, there’s so much high-quality educational material out there together with supportive communities for people who do want to plunge in deeper and get a more foundational understanding.

But what we do in OpenCog is we’ve worked out a system where each of…

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Many people view the triumph of the computer Watson over the world’s best Jeopardy players in 2011 as the leading edge of a new age of smart machines. Since then, we have seen self-driving cars, smart search engines, and increasingly able robots moving from the realm of science fiction to deployed technology. As this occurs, we increasingly hear dystopian futurists bemoan a world where drones will replace pilots, computers will replace doctors, and scientists will be put out of work as intelligent computers increasingly replace the knowledge workers in modern society. They worry whether, as scientist Steven Hawking stated, “The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race.” In this talk, Dr. Hendler will explore that position and contrast with another approach — that “social machines,” which bring together humans and increasingly intelligent computers, may not be something to fear, but rather the best hope to solve the complex problems facing our world.

Many people view the triumph of the computer Watson over the world’s best Jeopardy players in 2011 as the leading edge of a new age of smart machines. Since then, we have seen self-driving cars, smart search engines, and increasingly able robots moving from the realm of science fiction to deployed technology. As this occurs, we increasingly hear dystopian futurists bemoan a world where drones will replace pilots, computers will replace doctors, and scientists will be put out of work as intelligent computers increasingly replace the knowledge workers in modern society. They worry whether, as scientist Steven Hawking stated, “The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race.” In this talk, Dr. Hendler will explore that position and contrast with another approach — that “social machines,” which bring together humans and increasingly intelligent computers, may not be something to fear, but rather the best hope to solve the complex problems facing our world.

Daniel Faggella discusses the state of the artificial intelligence arms race between the U.S. and China and how all other players such as the EU and Russia are way behind. He explains how the real battle is for the “computational human substrate that houses human experience and artificial intelligence” and that whoever controls the virtual ecosystem will control the world.

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Show Notes
The International Governance of AI – We Unite or We Fight https://emerj.com/ai-power/international-governance-ai
The USA-China AI Race – 7 Weaknesses of the West https://emerj.com/ai-power/the-usa-china-ai-race
Ensuring a Positive Posthuman Transition – Perspectives from Jaan Tallinn https://emerj.com/ai-podcast-interviews/positive-posthuman-transition-jaan-tallin
Artificial Intelligence in the US Army – Current Initiatives https://emerj.com/ai-sector-overviews/artificial-intelligence-in-the-us-army
Artificial Intelligence in the Chinese Military – Current Initiatives https://emerj.com/ai-sector-overviews/artificial-intelligence-china-military

About the Guest
Daniel Faggella is CEO and Founder of Emerj Artificial Intelligence Research.

Called upon by organizations like the World Bank, the United Nations, INTERPOL, and global pharmaceutical and banking companies, Daniel helps business and government leaders navigate the competitive landscape of AI capabilities, and build strategies that win.

Daniel is of the belief that the most important ethical consideration of the coming thirty years will be the creation or expansion of sentience and intelligence in technology. Emerj is intended first as a vehicle to proliferate an open-minded conversation about the implications and applications of AI. The business model came later, purpose was, and is, first (see “the cause“).

At entrepreneur since the age of 20, Daniel has founded and sold two previous companies (a martial arts academy he started to pay for grad school, and an Inc5000 eCommerce business) in order to gather the funds needed to focus fully on Emerj.

Daniel is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt, winning the title of 2011 national champion (IBJJF Pan America Games).

Daniel graduated with a masters degree in Positive Psychology, focusing his thesis research on the science of skill development.

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Professor Dana Remus of the UNC School of Law gave the keynote address at the conference “Artificial Intelligence, Technology and the Future of Law” hosted by the Centre for Innovation Law and Policy at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law on March 25, 2017.

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Business Organizations have rolled out their process automation programmers with structured data and rule based processes. Now, the time has come to take the process automation to the next level. This is where Artificial Intelligence concepts come into picture to the content centric activities to bring in the intelligence piece to the automation.

Business operations where there is semi-structured/unstructured content, need of human intelligence for decision making, AI concepts like Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Deep Learning and Computer vision skills are introduced to solve the problems. With the availability of the data, higher computing power and talented resources, business is all set to next leap and take automation to a higher-level altogether.

Presented By: Bharadwaja Choudhury
Design & Delivery Expert, Novartis Healthcare

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Marc Talluto discusses the good, the bad, and the weird of artificial intelligence, and his predictions for what’s on the horizon. 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

-In 15 years the human specie is going to develop super human level machine intelligence
-What it means to be Super-Human?
-The country with Artificial Intelligence will be the country on top

David Simpson is the best-selling novelist of the Post-Human series, a Kindle All-Star and has been ranked the most popular scifi Author in America by Amazon.com. He has filmed a short proof-of-concept based on his series, is an award-winning teacher and holds a Master’s degree in literature from the University of British Columbia.

David is a full example of believing in the story in your head and getting it published. He is been part of the story-telling business since his twenties. He went out of the ‘Book Industry Professionals ways’ and took the risk of not hearing the voice of those ‘who knew’ about scifi books. Now he is living his dream of been a full time scifi author and maybe he can help us dream into the realms of a Post-Human not so far future.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

There’s many things happening in the 21st century that’ll lead to exploding inequality levels.
The kind of inequality not seen for centuries.
Although technology will mean that poor people will still live a much better quality of life, it will cause many problems within our society.

The answer isn’t socialism. We’ll take a look throughout the history of humanity to see why socialism cannot combat what’s about to happen. Not only will socialism not combat what’s about to happen, it would never be allowed from the people in power.

By the time A.I. gets to the level required, the upper echelons of society won’t need to fear a revolt. In the 20th century, the workers were relevant. As a business owner, you needed to keep the workers happy or you’d be in a terrible situation. In the 21st century, due to technological advances, keeping people happy will no longer be necessary. If they don’t like it, they’ll simply get replaced by a robot.

It’s here, the major shifts are occurring. You have 2 options. Take advantage of the massive opportunities we have today before it becomes a lot harder, or watch your purchasing power evaporate and end up on Universal Basic Income.

In the beginning of the book, I take you back to the stone ages, to understand when inequality started. They were a more equal society than today, because they didn’t have ownership of land and property. Land and property is a prerequisite for long term inequality.

Due to inheritance, small elites have been able to monopolise wealth for generation after generation. Humans have accepted this and become happy with this. History has shown that equality brings anarchy and inequality keeps peace. Humans need to know who’s in charge to cope with life.

From my personal experience, I enjoyed inequality, even when I was poor. Even when I was living in extreme poverty, in mountains of debt, I preferred inequality. Why?

The richer people get, the more excess resources they have. I knew that all I needed to do is find out a problem that these people have, and solve it. There will always be ways to get rich, despite the economic situation. It will, however, become increasingly difficult throughout the 21st century. Adults of today will struggle to adapt to the fast advances in technology.

After looking at the history of equality, I look at the factors attributing to massive inequality today, exploding year by year, primarily in the United States, but also around the world. These include:
– Student loans/ skyrocketing education costs
– Access to medicine/ skyrocketing health costs
– Economic policy
– Fiscal policy
– Low interest rates
– Quantitative easing
– Technological advances

And the factors that will attribute to unprecedented levels of poverty, very near in the future. These include:
– Artificial intelligence. Machine learning algorithms will eventually take the place of many jobs. We could easily see 50% unemployment levels or higher in the next few years. Think about how many people are drivers, chefs, dish washers, cleaners and more! They’ll all be replaced by robots.
– Biotechnology (engineering humans to be more intelligent, stronger, better looking etc). This will cause real, measurable differences between the rich and poor, making it difficult for normal humans to keep up.
– Compounding wealth. The richest 100 people have a higher net worth than the poorest 4 billion. Their wealth will be compounding throughout the 21st century. This wealth will be extracted from the poor and middle class, who pay rent in their properties and who subsidise bank bailouts via taxes and inflation, while they don’t pay taxes.

After explaining why these changes will occur, you’ll understand the importance of taking advantage of the amazing opportunity we have now. It won’t be this easy for much longer. I explain a few ways I’m making money and how other people are making money. You’ll love the book, the future of equality and learn a lot.

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