There have been many conversations around AI and automation in the past few years. Some people are excited to embrace the coming growth of AI, while others are frightened and worried about how our jobs and our lives will change because of it. This video explores what AI really is, what challenges and benefits it creates and what we can do to ensure we are ready for the oncoming growth of AI. Humans have long been obsessed with creating AI ever since the question, “Can machines think?”, was posed by Alan Turing in 1950. With the prediction that AI will grow 300% this year over last year, it is clear that this trend is not going anywhere anytime soon. What are the two biggest developments to bring AI to the forefront? What are the biggest benefits and challenges with AI? What can individuals do to prepare for the oncoming AI growth? Some people are excited to embrace the coming growth of AI, while others are frightened and worried about how our jobs and our lives will change because of it. One thing that is clear is that AI is a big part of the future of work, so get ready. ———————————————- ABOUT THE FUTURE IN FIVE Will AI take over the world? Will cars drive themselves? What will the employees, managers, and organizations of the future look like and will we all have jobs we love? Join best-selling author and futurist Jacob Morgan each week as he explores these topics [More]
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“How can AI improve everyone’s quality of life? Professor Stuart Russell of Berkeley, discusses the life-changing benefits of artificial intelligence. In part one of this four part interview series, James Manyika, co-chair and a director of the McKinsey Global Institute sat down with Professor Stuart Russell to talk about how artificial intelligence (AI) can make our lives better, such as helping to accelerate scientific breakthroughs dramatically, improving education around the globe, and “putting together a complete picture… beyond the capabilities of the human mind.”” Professor Russell is a leading artificial-intelligence researcher at the University of California, Berkeley, and author of the book “”Human Compatible”” (Penguin Random House, October 2019). In this broad conversation, they explore the immense benefits ahead and what our role will be as AI becomes more pervasive. They also delve into potential challenges we may face with our current approach to AI, and how we can redefine AI to ensure it helps humanity achieve its full potential. Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Part 4: See the full the interview on our website: Learn more about McKinsey’s approach to AI: Subscribe to McKinsey on YouTube ( Connect with us at: Website: LinkedIn: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram: #ai #artificialintelligence #computerscience”
Over the past several centuries, the human condition has been profoundly changed by the agricultural and industrial revolutions. With the creation and continued development of AI, we stand in the midst of an ongoing intelligence revolution that may prove far more transformative than the previous two. How did we get here, and what were the intellectual foundations necessary for the creation of AI? What benefits might we realize from aligned AI systems, and what are the risks and potential pitfalls along the way? In the longer term, will superintelligent AI systems pose an existential risk to humanity? Steven Pinker, best selling author and Professor of Psychology at Harvard, and Stuart Russell, UC Berkeley Professor of Computer Science, join us on this episode of the AI Alignment Podcast to discuss these questions and more. Topics discussed in this episode include: -The historical and intellectual foundations of AI -How AI systems achieve or do not achieve intelligence in the same way as the human mind -The rise of AI and what it signifies -The benefits and risks of AI in both the short and long term -Whether superintelligent AI will pose an existential risk to humanity You can find the page for this podcast here: You can take a survey about the podcast here: You can submit a nominee for the Future of Life Award here: Timestamps: 0:00 Intro 4:30 The historical and intellectual foundations of AI 11:11 Moving beyond dualism 13:16 Regarding the objectives of an agent as [More]
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