Augmented Intelligence

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How can machines and humans come together to achieve new feats?
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Technology is becoming more and more advanced but cannot prosper on its own, the human brain and the experience that humans have is not easily taught, from removing bias to introducing emotional intelligence. Join a panel of experts as they discuss how machines, humans and processes are coming together to create powerful new insights.

James Hewitt is a speaker, author & performance scientist. His areas of expertise include the ‘future of work’, human wellbeing & performance in a digitally disrupted world & methods to facilitate more sustainable high-performance for knowledge workers.

Karina Vold specializes in Philosophy of Mind and Philosophy of Cognitive Science. She received her bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Political Science from the University of Toronto and her PhD in Philosophy from McGill University. An award from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada helped support her doctoral research. She has been a visiting scholar at Ruhr University, a fellow at Duke University, and a lecturer at Carleton University.

Martha Imprialou is a Principal Data Scientist at QuantumBlack.

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This event was supported by QuantumBlack and was filmed in the Ri at 16 May 2018.

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My Grundle says:

The first thing I'm going to do when they can augment my brain with AI, is smoke DMT. I'm bringing everything from THAT dimension of reality, right smack dab back into THIS dimension. Then I'm sending all of the output to the 3D printer.

Murad Beybalaev says:

I wonder if that memory test permits the use of mnemonics, 'cause it gets ultra simple to do that way.
He could've at least gone with 10 words. 5 is not even above the average limit for mneminicless approach.

Fredrick Esposito says:

I thought the bit about attention rhythms was particularly interesting…

Arief Rakhman says:

She's talking about weak-AI, theoretical strong-AI would have general intelligence and human-like adaptability

Gilles Milaire says:

Decent presentation, but the dystopian interpretation of Chinas advanced integrated security cameras was a great disappointment. Racist and Xenophobic statements served no purpose except to reflect poorly on the speaker and the presentation in general. People should review the ugly anti semetic films of Nazi Germany, the west seems to be addicted to hateful fabrication and propaganda . Shameful!

kiddiescripterkiller says:

The first girl speaking her accent was so heavy it was hard to understand what she said in quite a few spots… I had to fast forward through it… It was getting to be a pain… either trying to figure out what she ment and by that time I missed her next sentence so I'd have to back up… Or backing up to figure out what she said.

Ultimate Powa says:

53:50 is what you clicked on the video for.

Bill Hampton says:

At 7:18 , va va voom! ! , be watching for sure now .

Bill Hampton says:

Where you gonna run , where you gonna hide, no where because there's no one like you left😨

Miguel Almena says:

Resilience, explain ability/interpretation, fairness/unbiased are needed to be able to see which tasks a machine will do over a human task. Perhaps if we allow AI to simply compute and humans to imagine we will be ahead as a hybrid species.

Ian Terry Roy MacLeod says:

"Machine Pet Parts"

Mustavo Gaia says:

the TED talks formula is ruining live presentations. People have one or two valid points, but spend 2/3 of the presentation with stories or anecdotes.

Mustavo Gaia says:

15:00 – define better.

Eduard Stancu says:

AI is racist or racism is the logical way?!? 🙂

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