Max Tegmark, professor and AI expert at MIT, talks about how we can build artificial intelligence that empowers instead of overpowering us. This is a keynote from The Internet Days 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden
Max Tegmark, professor and AI expert, talks about how we can build artificial intelligence that empowers instead of overpowering us. This is a keynote from The Internet Days 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden, arranged by us at The Internet Foundation. We are responsible for the Swedish top level domain and developing the Swedish internet. The Internet Days is one of Sweden’s most important meeting places for individuals who work with the internet in various ways. At the Internet Days, people who shape the internet today, and in the future, will meet. During two days, more than a dozen events are held simultaneously. Mer info: https://internetdagarna.se/nyheter/den-exceptionella-ai-kannaren-max-tegmark/
Max Tegmark, professor and AI expert, talks about how we can build artificial intelligence that empowers instead of overpowering us. This is a keynote from The Internet Days 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden, arranged by us at The Internet Foundation. We are responsible for the Swedish top level domain and developing the Swedish internet. The Internet Days is one of Sweden’s most important meeting places for individuals who work with the internet in various ways. At the Internet Days, people who shape the internet today, and in the future, will meet. During two days, more than a dozen events are held simultaneously. Mer info: https://internetdagarna.se/nyheter/den-exceptionella-ai-kannaren-max-tegmark/
從1956年第一次訂立人工智慧(Artificial Intelligence)這個名詞,到2016年圍棋對弈一戰成名的AlphaGo,「人工智慧到底會不會取代人類」一直是各方焦慮的質疑,而隨著機器學習與深度學習的發展,人工智慧快速精準的學習資料庫內的模型,不管是簡單的圖像辨識,或是複雜的醫學影像,都能夠做到比人類專家更精準的判讀。 身為一位人工智慧研究學者,許永真提出”AI is to empower people.” 人工智慧應是人類的助力,能夠縮短高重複性勞務時間並降低錯誤率,是協助人類解決複雜問題的一項技術。 我們不需要害怕機器取代人類,而是學習與機器合作,成為懂得善用人工智慧的人才。 —– Will machines with artificial intelligence replace humans? This question has been the topic of discussion ever since AlphaGo defeated one of the world’s best Go players in 2016. AI researcher Jane Hsu argues that machine intelligence is not something to be feared; instead, we should embrace life with artificial intelligence as it is designed to empower people. Here, she gives a clear, easy-to-understand view of how machines that process information on a very sophisticated level will benefit humans in the near future. 臺大資訊工程學系教授。曾擔任台灣人工智慧協會的理事長與臺大資訊系系主任,其研究與教學主要著重於智慧型多代理人系統、資料探勘分析、以及感知運算。 目前擔任 Intel-NTU 中心的主任,協助促進台大、Intel與台灣國家科學委員會間的國際研究合作;也正於台大資訊系開授人工智慧的相關課程,並在創新設計學院開授「智齡設計-老人科技福祉專題」,期望透過結合資訊科技與創新思考的方式,帶領學生發揮創新思考並有能力將其付諸實現。 —– Jane Hsu is currently a Professor of the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering at National Taiwan University, where she served as the Department Chair from 2011 to 2014. As the Director of the NTU IoX Center, established in 2011 as the Intel-NTU Connected Context Computing Center, Prof. Hsu is leading the global research collaboration on Augmented Collective Beings and Internet of Things. With more than 30 years of experience in AI, her research interests include multi-agent planning/learning, crowd-sourcing, knowledge mining, commonsense computing, and context-aware smart IoT. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Dr Luca Longo speaks about how artificial intelligence can transform education. Dr. Luca Longo is an assistant professor at the Dublin Institute of Technology. He was awarded the National Teaching Hero in Ireland in 2016. He is an early stage scientist and very passionate about science. His core research interest is in Artificial Intelligence, particularly in Mental Workload modelling using deductive inference techniques (Defeasible Reasoning) and inductive modelling approaches (Machine Learning). He strives for excellence in his field and is an advocate of motivational teaching and strongly supports learning through passion. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx