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“There is no technology more important today than AI. Martin Ford continues his tradition of clear insights and observations about this important topic in a well-researched page-turner. A delightful book!” ―Erik Brynjolfsson, Director of the Stanford Digital Economy Lab and co-author of “The Second Machine Age” “An incisive, balanced, and well-informed discussion of where AI stands today, how it may evolve, and the risks it poses to human society.”―Stuart Russell, Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley and co-author of “Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach” “Writing about the future of robotics is a dangerous endeavour, since it illuminates every aspect of our lives with a startling, unchartered perspective. Ford navigates this challenge admirably, with an exceptional blend of depth, rigor and clarity.” ―Judea Pearl, winner of the A.M. Turing Award, Professor of Computer Science at UCLA and co-author of “The Book of Why” “The best up-to-date, go-to book on the social and economic implications of artificial intelligence.” ―Tyler Cowen, Professor of Economics at George Mason University “Probably the most compelling single-volume book so far on AI’s advance and the opportunities and challenges associated with its multi-faceted impact on the world. Those in AI and those outside it will get a lot out of his clear-eyed and critical perspective. I highly recommend it.” ―James Manyika, Chairman and Director of the McKinsey Global Institute ** The above quotes are a sample of the praise for the new book by futurist and NY Times bestselling author Martin Ford, “Rule of [More]
Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future is a 2015 book by American futurist Martin Ford. Rise discusses the impact accelerating change and artificial intelligence will have on the labor market. (Wikipedia) #robots #automation #informationtechnology #unemployment #superintelligence #consumers #audiobooks 0:00 Rise of the robots 0:06 Introduction 19:44 Chapter 1 The Automation Wave 1:14:58 Chapter 2 Is This Time Different? 2:12:00 Chapter 3 Information Technology: An Unprecedented Force for Disruption 2:47:37 Chapter 4 White-Collar Jobs at Risk 4:21:25 Chapter 5 Transforming Higher Education 4:55:13 Chapter 6 The Health Care Challenge 5:54:29 Chapter 7 Technologies and Industries of the Future 6:29:08 Chapter 8 Consumers, Limits to Growth … and Crisis? 7:39:30 Chapter 9 Super-Intelligence and the Singularity 8:21:06 Chapter 10 Toward a New Economic Paradigm 9:25:48 Conclusion
The New York Times–bestselling author of Rise of the Robots shows what happens as AI takes over our lives If you have a smartphone, you have AI in your pocket. AI is impossible to avoid online. And it has already changed everything from how doctors diagnose disease to how you interact with friends or read the news. But in Rule of the Robots, Martin Ford argues that the true revolution is yet to come. In this sequel to his prescient New York Times bestseller Rise of the Robots, Ford presents us with a striking vision of the very near future. He argues that AI is a uniquely powerful technology that is altering every dimension of human life, often for the better. For example, advanced science is being done by machines, solving devilish problems in molecular biology that humans could not, and AI can help us fight climate change or the next pandemic. It also has a capacity for profound harm. Deep fakes—AI-generated audio or video of events that never happened—are poised to cause havoc throughout society. AI empowers authoritarian regimes like China with unprecedented mechanisms for social control. And AI can be deeply biased, learning bigoted attitudes from us and perpetuating them. In short, this is not a technology to simply embrace, or let others worry about. The machines are coming, and they won’t stop, and each of us needs to know what that means if we are to thrive in the twenty-first century. And Rule of the Robots is [More]
Martin Ford on technology and the threat of a jobless future. A video interview conducted at the 46 St. Gallen Symposium. Der Aufstieg der Roboter: Ein Interview mit Martin Ford. Autor Martin Ford über rasante technologische Entwicklungen. Werden Roboter Arbeit überflüssig machen und damit gleichzeitig viele Arbeitsplätze gefährden? Ein Videointerview anlässlich des 46. St. Gallen Symposiums. (in Englisch) © Universität St.Gallen (HSG) Werden Sie unser Fan auf Facebook: Folgen Sie uns auf Twitter:
In this video I will talk about the Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach book by Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig. This book was the introduction into Artificial Intelligence. AI is all around our lives and it will continue to be even more important in the future, so it’s important to understand it. My playlist about AI: Twitter: Apple Podcast: Spotify: Music from
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Today’s guest is Matt Zeiler, Founder, and CEO of Clarifai. Clarifai is one of the first startups to apply modern deep learning for image recognition. Their tools are currently used by clients like Staples, OpenTable, and the US Department of Defense (DoD). In this episode, Matt sheds light on the company’s founding story and how an internship at Google was the catalyst for the creation of Clarifai. He also talks about what it’s like competing against industry giants like Facebook and Google. Clarifai’s algorithm and their ability to collaborate rather than compete with their clients truly sets them apart. Matt also sheds light on the benefits of the network effect for both the customers and the company. Matt talks about some of the interesting use cases of their technology, like Trivago, which uses image recognition to organize hotel photos or how the DoD uses it in natural disaster recovery. Matt believes that AI is a great service to the government in helping citizens in many ways, and Clarifai is incredibly proud to be a partner. Tune in to learn more about AI image recognition and be inspired by Matt. Key Points From This Episode -Learn more about Matt’s background, his Ph.D., and what ultimately led him to start Clarifai -Seven years on: Clarifai’s products, their customers and how they use the products -Some of the other applications of AI that Clarifai is potentially interested in getting into -How Clarifai aims to gain a competitive advantage -Why the API model works [More]
Speaker: Tom Standage, Deputy Editor, The Economist The internet is not the first example of a world-wide communications network; nor are today’s online social-media platforms the first media-sharing ecosystems. In this event Tom Standage, a journalist and author who has written books about both the history of the telegraph (“The Victorian Internet”) and the 2,000-year history of social media (“Writing on the Wall”), will explain why he takes a particular interest in the antecedents of the internet, from papyrus scrolls to coffeehouses to pneumatic tubes, and assess what history can tell us about the internet’s future. Recorded: 20 May 2015. Kaj Sotala is a researcher and author interested in both the risks of advanced artificial intelligence, and in developing communities that support the growth and flourishing of all their members. He has worked for the Machine Intelligence Research Institute and published several papers on the societal consequences of artificial general intelligence. Kaj’s grant proposal on developing AI systems capable of understanding human morality was chosen to receive funding from Elon Musk’s $10M donation for advancing long-term AI safety, one of the few proposals to be chosen from among 300 candidates. He is a long-time board member of the Finnish Transhumanist Association, and is currently involved in building a new self-development and peer-oriented life coaching community founded on scientifically vetted principles.
Einstein showed that space and time are essentially the same thing, a single entity called ‘spacetime’. But space and time seem so radically different. How could space and time be literally the same thing? How would spacetime change our understanding of space and time? What are the implications? Free access to Closer to Truth’s library of 5,000 videos: Watch more interviews on space-time: Max Tegmark is Professor of Physics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He holds a BS in Physics and a BA in Economics from the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden. He also earned a MA and PhD in physics from University of California, Berkeley. Register for free at for subscriber-only exclusives: Closer to Truth presents the world’s greatest thinkers exploring humanity’s deepest questions. Discover fundamental issues of existence. Engage new and diverse ways of thinking. Appreciate intense debates. Share your own opinions. Seek your own answers.
Barcelona CITY.AI third event for applied Artificial Intelligence. – Slides: – Timestamps: 00:00 – Intro 00:46 – Summary of the projects 09:48 – How to approach any ML problem (as a startup) 23:27 – Bullsh*t in AI startups 28:20 – Potential innovations in the industry 35:04 – Tips and take-aways
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In today’s video, we take a look at top 10 Indian AI startups building innovative solutions for the world. 00:00 Introduction 00:53 #10 Staqu Technologies 02:04 #9 TartanSense 03:23 #8 Signzy 04:32 #7 Mad Street Den 05:53 #6 Safe Security 07:13 #5 08:18 #4 Niramai 09:38 #3 Emotix 10:31 #2 FarEye 11:47 #1 GreyOrange #10 Staqu Technologies: Founded by Anurag Saini, Atul Rai, Chetan Rexwal and Pankaj Kumar Sharma in 2015, Staqu Technologies is using their AI-powered flagship product called JARVIS (Joint AI Research For Video Instances and Streams) to monitor and identify criminals through CCTV cameras. #9 TartanSense: Founded by Jaisimha Rao in 2015, TartanSense is an agritech startup that’s building AI-powered robots. Their flagship product is their precision spraying robot for farmers called BrijBot. While running through their farms autonomously, BrijBot uses cameras to capture images of the crops and accesses each of them individually using computer vision to see if they need to be sprayed with pesticides. #8 Signzy: Founded by Ankit Ratan, Ankur Pandey and Arpit Ratan in 2015, Signzy is helping banks and financial institutions to offer a smooth and secure digital onboarding for their customers. One of the ways they do this is through their video KYC – which enables users to simply upload their documents and images and Signzy’s APIs do the work of extracting information from those documents and then verifying them against the government databases to make sure that all the information is authentic. #7 Mad Street Den: Founded by [More]
What does it mean for a robot to be self-aware? That’s exactly what this robotics lab is investigating as they embark on a quest towards artificial consciousness. *Please note: The quadruped robot is still a work in progress with results to come in the near future. »Subscribe to Seeker! »Watch more Focal Point | Read More: The Creative Machines Lab at Columbia University “At the Creative Machines Lab we build robots that do what you’d least expect robots to do: Self replicate, self-reflect, ask questions, and even be creative. We develop machines that can design and make other machines – automatically.” The Challenge of Determining Whether an A.I. Is Sentient “It is not easy to determine when an organism is sentient, however. A brief recount of past and present controversies and mistakes makes it clear that human beings are not great at recognizing sentience.” What would it mean for AI to have a soul? “Artificial intelligences (AI) like Siri are less situated than humans to answer questions about religion and spirituality. Existential angst, ethical inquiries, theological considerations: these belong exclusively to the domain of Homo Sapiens. Or so we assume.” ____________________ Imagine living in a world where Westworld or I, Robot was our reality—how long do we have until science fiction becomes real? With continuously advancing artificial intelligence, are conscious robots on the horizon? Researchers have been making huge advances in robotics for decades, but engineers investigating these philosophical questions has not always been a [More]
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The future of farming: Driverless tractors, drones and robots. How is the agriculture industry changing as digital technology develops? Unmanned tractors controlled via GPS; drones that kill vermin in the fields from above; and highly efficient bull sperm used to produce genetically optimized calves. This is not science fiction. It’s the future of farming, today. “Smart farming” is the agricultural industry’s new buzzword. A survey of almost 600 German farmers has revealed that more than one in two now uses digital solutions to optimize their harvests. Fierce regional and global competition, declining subsidies, higher standards of food quality, environmental protection, and increasing demand are forcing farmers to be highly efficient. This documentary looks at three examples of “smart farming” in Germany. Breeding consultant Johanna Schendel creates optimized dairy cows by selecting the right bull semen. Asparagus farmer Heiner Bartels uses a smartphone to calculate the optimum time to harvest. And drone pilot Bernd Meyer is out to fight pests in maize fields from the air. All three are trying to use modern technology to modify nature to fit the needs of our society. But where are the limits? _______ DW Documentary gives you knowledge beyond the headlines. Watch high-class documentaries from German broadcasters and international production companies. Meet intriguing people, travel to distant lands, get a look behind the complexities of daily life and build a deeper understanding of current affairs and global events. Subscribe and explore the world around you with DW Documentary. Subscribe to DW Documentary: For [More]
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Could robotic dolphins help marine parks become more humane spaces where people can learn about and connect with nature? Edge Innovations thinks so. Subscribe here: The first step toward that future could be Delle, an 8.5-foot-long, 600-pound animatronic dolphin that’s able to swim semi-autonomously using simple AI, or remotely under control of a human operator. Delle swims and behaves so naturally that some audiences — and the fish it shares tanks with — can’t distinguish it from the real animal. From an industry perspective, what’s probably most alluring about robotic dolphins isn’t what they can do, but what they don’t need: food, sleep, training, and veterinary care. That’s not to say robotic dolphins are cheap: Delle costs between $3 to $5 million, while a live dolphin can cost marine parks about $100,000. It’s too early to determine exactly how much money marine parks could save with robotic dolphins, but making the switch would almost certainly save massive amounts of suffering among these smart, social sea creatures. See the full article on robotic dolphins, here: Up next- Follow Freethink. -Facebook: -Twitter: -Instagram: -Website: Join the Freethink forum:
RPA: Robotic Process Automation (Automatización Robótica de Procesos en español); breve introducción sobre qué es y en qué consiste esta tecnología. RPA es la tecnología software que permite realizar tareas transaccionales en cualquier aplicación de TI, de la forma en que lo haría un usuario. Toda aplicación de RPA tiene la siguiente estructura: – Una entrada digital de datos estructurados. – Una lógica de proceso basada en reglas, condiciones, bucles, etc., capaz de actuar en consecuencia a los datos recibidos. Descubra por qué conviene unir tecnología RPA con tecnología BPM: Puede seguirnos en redes sociales: – Facebook: – Twitter: – LinkedIn: – Instagram:
** RPA Training: ** This session on What is Blue Prism will cover all the basics concepts related to the Blue Prism platform. Below are the topics covered in this RPA Blue Prism Tutorial video: 1:31 What is RPA? 2:51 RPA Tools 5:31 What is Blue Prism? 6:16 Features of Blue Prism 9:06 Blue Prism Components 12:36 Hands-On #edureka #edurekarpa #edurekablueprism #blueprism #whatisblueprism Join Edureka’s Meetup community and never miss any event – YouTube Live, Webinars, Workshops, etc. Subscribe to our Edureka YouTube channel to get video updates: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: LinkedIn: SlideShare: How does it work? 1. This is a 4 Week Instructor-led Online Course, 25 hours of assignment and 20 hours of project work 2. We have a 24×7 One-on-One LIVE Technical Support to help you with any problems you might face or any clarifications you may require during the course. 3. At the end of the training, you will have to work on a project, based on which we will provide you a Grade and a Verifiable Certificate! ————————————————————————————– About the Robotic Process Automation Course Edureka’s RPA training helps you to understand the concepts around Robotic Process Automation using the leading RPA tool named ‘UiPath’. Robotic Process Automation is the automation of repetitive and rules-based human tasks working with the software applications at the presentation/UI level i.e. no software integrations are needed at middleware, server or database levels. In this course, you will learn about the RPA concepts and [More]
🔥Free Artificial Intelligence Course: Artificial Intelligence is no more a buzz; it has become a reality. With companies using artificial intelligence to build intelligent machines, AI has become a revolution in the business sectors. In this video, you’ll learn about the Top Artificial Intelligence Applications. You will understand how AI is used in business areas such as healthcare, marketing, social media, robotics, etc. Below are the topic covered in this video: 00:00 – 01:04 Artificial Intelligence in 2020 01:04 – 03:47 AI in E-Commerce 03:47 – 04:09 AI in Navigation 04:09 – 04:56 AI in Robotics 04:56 – 05:26 AI in HR 05:26 – 07:03 AI in Healthcare 07:03 – 07:46 AI in Agriculture 07:46 – 08:43 AI in Gaming 08:43 – 09:14 AI in Automobiles 09:14 – 10:32 AI in Social Media 10:32 – 12:30 AI in Marketing ✅Subscribe to our Channel to learn more about the top Technologies: ⏩ Check out the Artificial Intelligence training videos: #ArtificialIntelligenceApplications #ArtificialIntelligenceExamples #ArtificialIntelligence #AI #MachineLearning #SimplilearnAI #RiseofAI #FutureOfAI #Simplilearn What is Artificial Intelligence? Artificial Intelligence is a method of making a computer think intelligently in a manner similar to the human mind. AI is accomplished by studying the patterns of the human brain and by analyzing the cognitive process. Artificial Intelligence is emerging as the next big thing in the technology field. Organizations are adopting AI and budgeting for certified professionals in the field, thus the demand for trained and certified professionals in AI is increasing. Simplilearn’s Artificial Intelligence [More]
Walter Isaacson on Alan Turing, Intelligent Machines and “The Imitation Game” Watch the newest video from Big Think: Join Big Think Edge for exclusive videos: ———————————————————————————- Biographer Walter Isaacson compares Alan Turing’s computing philosophy with that of Ada Lovelace a hundred years prior. Turing, the subject of the new film “The Imitation Game,” is also featured prominently in Isaacson’s new book “The Innovators.” ———————————————————————————- WALTER ISAACSON: Walter Isaacson is a renowned biographer, CEO of the Aspen Institute, and previously the chairman of CNN and managing editor of TIME magazine. He is the author of Einstein: His Life and Universe, Wise Men: Six Friends and the World They Made, Benjamin Franklin: An American Life, Steve Jobs, and most recently Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution. ———————————————————————————- TRANSCRIPT: Walter Isaacson: It’s great to trace things back to Alan Turing. You know he’s in Bletchley Park, England. He had come up with the concept of the universal computing machine but then he has to help put it in practice to break the German wartime code. So he comes up with a device called the bomb and then colossus and these are machines that can break the code and he starts thinking about the difference between human imagination and machine intelligence. And it goes back to what he calls Lady Lovelace’s objection. It goes back to Ada Lovelace a hundred years earlier who had said machines will be able to do everything except think. And [More]
This all began with a doubt… AI vs ML vs DL My doubt was why these words used interchangeably even when they are not the same. I came to a conclusion about this while I was going through AI vs ML vs DL which I’ll be briefing in the last. Hierarchy- DL is subset of ML which is further a subset of AI. DL is the way in which ML is achieved. ML is the way in which AI is achieved. AI- Artificial intelligence is mimicking human intelligence and trying to to make machine as intelligent as human. This can be achieved by again mimicking the process by which by which human becomes intelligent and that is learning so here comes machine-learning which tries to make machine learn and make itself intelligent which is again a part of artificial. So here we came across the term machine learning so machine learning was about described as making machine learn and make itself intelligent but how can we make machine learn? Here again we go for a mimicking human by which he Learns and uses his intelligence. How does human achieve this? He does this by or with the help of his brain how does his brain become capable of doing search extremely wonderful things that is because of the neural network in his brain which is a collection for cluster of millions and billions of neurones forming a network which are interlinked through a synapse. Show the process of making this [More]