Artificial intelligence (AI) and the information age are bringing us more information about ourselves and each other than any society has ever known. Yet at the same time it brings machines seemingly more capable of every human endeavour than any human can be. What are the limits of AI? Of intelligence and humanity more broadly? What are our ethical obligations to machines? Do these alter our obligations to each other? What is the basis of our social obligations? In her lecture Joanna Bryson will argue that there are really only two problems humanity has to solve: sustainability and inequality, or put another way: security and power. Or put a third way: how big of a pie can we make, and how do we slice up that pie? Life is not a zero-sum game. We use the security of sociality to construct public goods where everyone benefits. But still, every individual needs enough pie to thrive, and this is the challenge of inequality. Joanna Bryson will argue that understanding these processes answers the questions above. She will then look at how AI is presently affecting both these problems. Joanna J Bryson, Professor of Ethics and Technology at Hertie School, is an academic recognised for broad expertise on intelligence, its nature, and its consequences. She advises governments, transnational agencies, and NGOs globally, particularly in AI policy. She holds two degrees each in psychology and AI (BA Chicago, MSc & MPhil Edinburgh, PhD MIT). Her work has appeared in venues ranging from reddit [More]
In this episode of ACM ByteCast, Rashmi Mohan hosts Suchi Saria, the John C. Malone Associate Professor of Machine Learning and Healthcare at Johns Hopkins University, where she uses big data to improve patient outcomes. She directs the Machine Learning and Healthcare Lab and is the founding research director of the Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare. Saria has worked on projects with the NSF, NIH, DARPA, and the FDA and is the founder of Bayesian Health. Her many recognitions include Popular Science magazine’s “Brilliant 10”, the MIT Technology Review’s 35 Innovators Under 35, and World Economic Forum Young Global Leader. Suchi describes tinkering with LEGO Mindstorm and reading about AI and the future as a child in India and how, years later, she ended up at the forefront of applying machine learning techniques to computational biology. She explains how ML can help healthcare go from a reactive to a predictive and preventive model, and the challenge of making sure that the medical data collected is actionable, interpretable, safe, and free of bias. She also talks about the transition from research to practice and offers her best advice for students interested in pursuing computing.
Artificial intelligence and automated production tools are already impacting the way sports events are produced, but the technologies are still in the early stages and there is much to be learned. During a conversation at the 2018 SVG Summit, a pair of production pros share their thoughts on the technology and break down whether all AI systems created equal, how one can evaluate which AI system is the smartest for the task; and whether AI coupled with automated production can really tell the story as well as a human production team? The conversation featured Dennis Cleary, Director for ESPN Remote Production Operations and Steve Grigely, VP, Technical Operations at Fox Sports Regional Networks. It was moderated by Jason Cohen VP, Remote Technical Operations at CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network. This session is sponsored by Sony Electronics.
In this interview, I speak to Ivo Koerner, VP, IBM Systems, about the future of AI and machine learning, what it means for businesses, as well as some top tips of how businesses can get ready for AI and avoid the key traps and mistakes. If you would like more information on this topic, please feel free to visit my website and sign up for content updates! I write articles every week on various different topics such as Big Data, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning. Visit the Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning topic page here: Thanks for watching!
The video provides examples of how AI is used in higher education. It summarizes an article entitled “Successful AI Examples in Higher Education That Can Inspire Our Future.” A link to the article and other content mentioned in the video is provided below. “Successful AI Examples in Higher Education That Can Inspire Our Future.” “A teaching assistant named Jill Watson – Ashok Goel – TEDx San Francisco” “Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute/IBM Mandarin Project” Video Music:
Be exposed to advances in, and debates around, AI, including future focused talks that showcase broad developments in AI and related technologies. Our MC, Fauziah Ibrahim will introduce the symposium, followed by welcome to country with Sebastian Kelly-Toiava. The Secretary of NSW Department of Education, Mark Scott will open the event, before a series of Future Visions talks by leading experts Fang Chen, Peter Corke and Genevieve Bell. Join the conversation on Twitter by following @education2040 and using the hashtag #futurefrontiers. Special thanks to our principal partners Adobe, CBA, Deloitte and Hicksons Lawyers for their strong support. Find out more about our partners, speakers and the program at
This seminar will provide an overview of some of the ongoing and planned initiatives at Chalmers in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI), and discuss how they relate to other activities in the region and in Sweden. 00:00:10 Chalmers president Stefan Bengtsson opens the seminar with some introductory remarks. 00:07:50 The ICT Area of Advance management, Director Ivica Crnkovic and Co-Director Giuseppe Durisi, talks about the visions for a new centre in AI at Chalmers (Chalmers Artificial Intelligence Research Centre – CHAIR) and provides an update on the status of this initiative. 00:25:20 Jan Smith will talk about the plans for a national initiative for education in AI. Richard Johansson briefly presents the new master’s programme in Data Science at Chalmers. 00:53:32 David Sands, Holger Rootzen, Rebecka Jörnsten and Dag Wedelin provide an overview of some of the current activities within the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software program, WASP. 01:57:20 Maria Hedlund, acting CEO of Lindholmen Science Park will provide an update on the current discussion about creating an AI Arena at Lindholmen. 02:18:01Panel on the current research challenges within AI. Panelists: Erik Rosén (Zenuity), Devdatt Dubhashi (Chalmers, CSE), Rebecka Jörnsten (Chalmers, MV), Lennart Svensson (Chalmers, E2), Robert Feldt (Chalmers, CSE).
Toby Walsh is one of the world’s leading scientists in the field of AI. His research focus is the goal of developing trustworthy AI governed by the principles of fairness, transparency, accessibility, data privacy and stability. In his keynote – presented as a hologram – he explains how AI will develop until 2062. The AI Festival WHEN MACHINES DREAM THE FUTURES has been a project organized by Goethe-Institut and Deutsches Hygiene-Museum, Dresden. Goethe-Institut, Generation A=Algorithmus, 2021
Toby Walsh ist einer der weltweit führenden Wissenschaftler auf dem Gebiet der KI. Sein Forschungsschwerpunkt ist das Ziel, eine vertrauenswürdige KI zu entwickeln, die den Grundsätzen der Fairness, Transparenz, Zugänglichkeit, des Datenschutzes und der Stabilität verpflichtet ist. In seiner Keynote erklärt er – als Hologramm zugeschaltet – wie sich KI bis 2062 entwickeln wird. Das KI-Festival WENN MASCHINEN ZUKUNFT TRÄUMEN war ein Projekt des Goethe-Instituts und des Deutschen Hygiene-Museums, Dresden. Goethe-Institut, Generation A=Algorithmus, 2021
Subscribe ✅ and tap the notification bell 🔔 to be delivered Australian stories every day: What happens when the robots aren’t on our side? By 2062, experts estimate that we will have created machines as intelligent as humans. Already AI has become so integrated into our everyday lives that it’s often hard to detect… from home robots to smartphones telling you the fastest route home at the press of a button. So what happens when those algorithms go wrong? Can AI be devious? And how can we be sure that we don’t lose the human touch when we get zeros and ones to do the work for us? Computers can be frighteningly smart in some ways, but dangerously dim in other ways. We’ve seen plenty of examples in the news of algorithms exacerbating racial profiling, swaying election results, or increasing the spread of misinformation. The success of AI means we can and should hand over many routine decisions to machines, but we must ensure we are vigilant in preventing unconscious bias and unintended consequences that creep unnoticed into the algorithms we create. In less than ten minutes, or roughly the same amount of time it takes a computer to win a million games of chess, Scientia Professor of Artificial Intelligence Toby Walsh will explore how we can make sure mutant algorithms don’t go too far. “You don’t need to fear super intelligence — at least not yet — but “stupid” intelligence.” Toby Walsh is a leading researcher in Artificial [More]
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Who will have real power over artificial intelligence? Chua Enlai examines the pursuit of A.I. in America, China, Sweden and Singapore. Filmed and broadcasted in 2019. WATCH MORE Becoming Human Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: ======== About the show: Comedic actor Chua Enlai embarks on a zany exploration of artificial intelligence. He examines how A.I. is becoming human as it is shaped by our love, intelligence, ethics and power. ============== #CNAInsider #BecomingHumanCNA #AI #ArtificialIntelligence #Technology For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: Facebook: Website:
Looking for a career upgrade & a better salary? We can help, Choose from our no 1 ranked top programmes. 25k+ career transitions with 400 + top corporate companies. Exclusive for working professionals: Get your free certificate of completion for the Analysis of Variance course, Register Now: In simple words, bias means how far you have come in predicting the desired value from your actual value. It is an approach that can ultimately make or break the model in favor or against your idea. A straightforward example can be: When we talk about the famous linear regression model, we quantify the relationship between X and Y variable as linear; on the contrary, in reality, the relationship might not be perfectly linear as we had read. Variance is the reverse of bias. It is called the variance when your model performs exceptionally well on the training dataset yet fails to live up to the same standards when running it on an entirely new dataset. In simple words, your model conveys to you that the predicted values are very scattered from the actual values. This concept is similar to the overfitting of the model on the dataset, also called the difference between the model fits when used on different datasets. 01:25 – Agenda 01:56 – Introduction 04:35 – Bias and Variance in Machine Learning 07:42 – Difference between Bias and Variance 08:15 – Bias vs Variance 13:14 – Bias Variance Trade-Off 18:03 – Bias and Variance In Machine Learning 18:34 [More]
Robots of the future may be softer, squishier and bendier than robots today. This could make them ideal for space exploration. Check out for 50% off your first month of any subscription! On Thursday February 18th, 2021 the NASA Perseverance Rover will land on Mars. It is a wonderful robot, made out of steel and wire — but will future robots look like Perseverance? There is an emerging field of research on “soft robots”, where the machines are flexible. These soft robots have many advantages over traditional robots — they’re safer, lighter, more flexible and can change their shape and size. NASA is investigating the use of soft robots for space missions. For future visits to Enceladus or Europa, a lander could cut a hole in the ice and then insert a compliant robot through the hole. This robot could then grow and change shape on the other side. References: N. S. Usevitch, Z. M. Hammond, M. Schwager, A. M. Okamura, E. W. Hawkes, S. Follmer, An untethered isoperimetric soft robot. Sci. Robot. 4, — paper about the truss robot — press release and video about the truss robot Electronics-free pneumatic circuits for controlling soft-legged robots Dylan Drotman1, Saurabh Jadhav, David Sharp, Christian Chan, Michael T. Tolley Sci. Robot. 6, eaay2627 (2021) — paper about the turtle robot Special thanks to Patreon supporters: Jim Osmun, Tyson McDowell, Ludovic Robillard, jim buckmaster, Robert, fanime96, Marc Forand, Juan Benet, Ruslan Khroma, Robert Blum, Grace O’Maille KRON x Arc [More]
Video: AMAZING U.S. AIR FORCE MILITARY ROBOT DOG YOU MUST SEE! United States’ Tyndall Air Force Base is integrating robot dogs from Ghost Robotics for security and surveillance of the base. The base, which is located 12 miles east of Panama City, Florida, is the home to the 325th Security Forces Squadron and is the first base to use the technology for enhanced security patrolling. Air Force will test capabilities of robots at Tyndall base, results of which can influence the decision for a wider implementation of robot dogs across other bases. Although the 100-pound robot dogs can be controlled with a remote, they will operate autonomously around the base for security and have the ability to turn themselves right side up if they are knocked over. The robot dogs can run for an extended period of time, and a single charge will support surveillance distance of 7.5 miles. The robots will have access to wireless charging doghouses to ensure easy charging. The robot dogs are capable of handling tasks such as remote inspection, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, mapping, distributed communications and persistent security. The robotic technology in combination with other technological innovations is expected to replace and upgrade the capabilities of traditional static defense equipment. According to Ghost Robotics CEO Jiren Parikh, the robot dogs can cover 7.5 feet per second, which is equivalent to covering the length of a football field in about 40 seconds. The company is aiming to enhance its performance to 10 feet per second. Ghost [More]
In Ocado’s grocery warehouses, thousands of mechanical boxes move on the Hive. Are they all individual robots? Or is this one giant hive mind? • Thanks to Ocado: (this video is not sponsored, and they had no editorial control). Reference: Strandwitz P. (2018). Neurotransmitter modulation by the gut microbiota. Brain research, 1693(Pt B), 128–133. — I should probably have put a “might” in there, but that’s a thorough review of research and I think the claim just about holds up! Edited by Michelle Martin (@mrsmmartin) Filmed safely: Thanks to Grant Hurst from Casual Historian for suggesting the title: I’m at on Twitter at on Facebook at and on Instagram as tomscottgo
A Dangerous AI and Robot Dance, with Elon Musk, Tom Scott & Pissbot (aka Boston Dynamics’ Spot). We’re new to youtube, so comments and subs are really helpful. Tom Scott’s video about grocery store robots: Michael Reeves teaches Boston Dynamics’ robot dog spot to pee beer: Microscopic robots, Itai Cohen, Cornell University: Robot chair dance, Mattias Lindström (Swebounce): Boston Dynamics Robot dog dance, Spots on it: Salamander robot with Roboticist Auke Ijspeert: Spot explores martian-like caves, with NASA JPL:
Parkour is the perfect sandbox for the Atlas team at Boston Dynamics to experiment with new behaviors. In this video our humanoid robots demonstrate their whole-body athletics, maintaining its balance through a variety of rapidly changing, high-energy activities. Through jumps, balance beams, and vaults, we demonstrate how we push Atlas to its limits to discover the next generation of mobility, perception, and athletic intelligence. How does Atlas do parkour? Go behind the scenes in the lab: Parkour Atlas: More Parkour Atlas: #BostonDynamics #Atlas #Parkour
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Honda demonstrate the revamped Asimo robot, making the childlike machine run, hop around as well as serve drinks to show how the humanoid is now smarter and even more agile
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