Creating Human-level AI: How and When?

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Yoshua Bengio, Yann LeCun, Demis Hassabis, Anca Dragan, Oren Etzioni, Guru Banavar, Jurgen Schmidhuber, and Tom Gruber discuss how and when we might create human-level AI.

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ХОРОШО says:

Reinforcemen learning programms are actually conscious.

DistortedV12 says:

Jurgen Schmidhuber, Yoshua, Yan Lecun, Demis Hassabis are the ones here; they just need Geoff Hinton

simplicial complex says:

28:23 I had to wait several minutes for the "diploma thesis" moment but it finally happened

Rylac Zero says:

bunch of fools

mo. kashefi says:

Was there a first part to this video that was chopped off?

Andrew Murphy says:

AGI could happen in 50 years or 5 years nobody has a clue.

Paulo Constantino says:

We don't even understand how we produce our own thoughts, let alone build an AI that can think. Unfortunately this is a fairy tale. AI's will never think. They will simply look like it.

Sam Silver says:

damn schmidhubby rockin the all white
Also Etzioni is a sham

DistortedV12 says:

This is epic

personzorz says:

Oh no, not that crank Yudkowsky in the questions…

Ryan Owens says:

The speakers commonly shift the microphone further from themselves while talking, leaving soft gaps in their speech. Its such a small issue, but its terrible to have to hear.

Paul1239193 says:

What year does each panelist think we'll have AGI? Your answer must be a number.

Should they program their AI's to, ultimately, maximize the greatest happiness function?

For example, when an AGI gets a hold of all the NSA's data, what happens.

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Rahul Singh says:

I wish you had half the number of people on this panel, like the four on the left

Goog Chrome says:

WTF? the smartest brains on earth in a room, but they can't set up their audio equipment properly and efficiently. WTF???

Artem Kovera says:

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1.Intelligence as information-processing system
2.Basics of Classical and quantum computations
3.Basics of Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning
4.Basics of Artificial Neural networks
I hope you will like it.

Just for Fun says:

Just not possible, human is way too complex, so to make same level AI as a human's is just science fiction, i am not saying that we wont built robots with amazing AI that would handle simple jobs and tasks, BUT the process of learning is only for humans and animals (up to some point of course!) IF we make an AI that learns like we do then it's over, it will surpass us in no time.

Sept Wolfke says:

I cast a white stone upon the preservation and defense of innocence as well.

Michael Tinker says:

Super-human AI is already here, and its name is Demis Hassabis. What a legend.

fischX says:

a good benchmark would be human capabilities based on human development and age

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