Will AI outsmart humans? | Mateja Jamnik | TEDxKlagenfurt

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Drones, driverless cars, robots that look and think like human… May intelligent systems really pose a threat to humans one day? Mateja addresses this question from a scientific perspective and talks about how the enormous amounts of data we have today can possibly allow machines to think indistinguishably from a human. She argues her faith in artificial intelligence as a supportive and effective system in the hands of human experts.

Mateja is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory. Having previously held an EPSRC Advanced Research Fellowship, Mateja is definitely disrupting that typical gender stereotype of a scientist in artificial intelligence. As a founder of women@CL she reminds all how important is to celebrate the gender diversity and help women aspire to leadership positions in both academia and in.

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


bert havermout says:

Utterly naive.

Vivek Goswami says:


Honor Trust says:

This woman have not contributed to AI field much, just there taking up a spot. Cambridge have not produced many useful scientific contribution to science for a long time. Why do people still hold this university in "high regards". This presenter have not given any meaningful insight to AI. Which is inline with Cambridge's academic ability, just an old name with no new contributions.

Carlos Srour says:

honestamente no hacen falta robots prostitutas, si hacen uno que me haga el asado puedo tener sexo con la almohada por los proximos 30 años

Michie TN says:

Will AI be able to find human-favorable solutions to the problems of threats imposed by AI? And can those solutions be trusted? (AI might lead us astray intentionally so it can ultimately defeat us.)

Demonchang Atentar says:

Not yet but someone will cause them to think badly to do evil things Virus Hacker IT Developers.

Artem Kovera says:

Hello, if you're interested in artificial intelligence you can check my ebook "HOW TO CREATE MACHINE SUPERINTELLIGENCE", which is available for free in Amazon Kindle Store till 2 April.

explogeek says:

Her speech hardly proves a point/answers the question asked.

ghettoboi says:

oh damn im early

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