ختام مميز لفعاليات منتدى مبادلة لمستقبل أنظمة الذكاء الاصطناعي الذي استضافته #جامعة_خليفة بحرمها الجامعي الرئيس، وذلك بحضور مجموعة من كبار القادة المؤثرين والبارزين في قطاع التكنولوجيا والتقنيات الحديثة من مختلف أرجاء العالم بهدف استكشاف أهم الفرص والتحديات الجديدة المتعلقة بتغير التكنولوجيا وتطويرها. The two days of the future of Artificial Intelligence Systems forum, concluded on a high note, hosted by #KhalifaUniversity on its main campus, drawing the attendance from regional and international technology leaders to explore key opportunities and challenges related to AI development and machine learning. Khalifa University’s website: www.kustar.ac.ae Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KhalifaUniversity Twitter: https://twitter.com/KhalifaUni LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/khalifa-university ********************************* Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research is an Abu Dhabi Government initiative owned solely by the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. The university was inaugurated in February 2007 and opened its interim campus in Abu Dhabi in October 2008 to add to the campus in Sharjah (formerly Etisalat University College). The university’s permanent Abu Dhabi campus is currently being developed. The Sharjah branch campus has a very proud 18-year history and in February 2008 was merged with the Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research to form the foundation of Khalifa University.
Fei-Fei Li, director of Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, and Lei Zhang, chairman and CIO of Hillhouse Capital Management, discuss with Paul Oyer, an economics professor at the Graduate School of Business, the current research and development in the field of artificial intelligence, as well as future implementations into daily life, at the Stanford China Economic Forum in Beijing, on September 8, 2018.
Chairs: Cathy Hollis (Manchester) and Ardiansyah Koeshidayatullah (Stanford) Issac Jayachandran (Texas A&M) Evaluating microcrystal segmentation algorithms Harriet Dawson (Imperial) Deep and meaningful? Comparing CNN architectures for carbonate core classification
The advances made in AI and machine learning has fundamentally changed the way businesses operate. Yet the question that everyone keeps asking is how will the future of technology transform the nature of work and the workplace itself? Hear from world-renowned AI expert, Toby Walsh, as he dispels some of the common myths surrounding AI and examines how organisations can adapt to working alongside increasingly capable machines, developing new lines of business that were never thought possible. SPEAKER: Toby Walsh, Professor of Artificial Intelligence, University of New South Wales CHAIR: Stephen Reilly, Chief Operating Officer, HESTA
The idea that a machine could exhibit the same level of intelligence as a human being has captivated scientists for decades. That day is nearing. A.I. is not about building a robot, but developing a computer mind that can think like a human… that learns… that can even approach—and exceed—human levels of intelligence. It’s an exciting time in health care. Come join us in 2018. Boston, Massachusetts | Westin Copley Place April 23-25, 2018 Gene and Cell Therapy
Martin Ford and Antony Sammeroff debate the impact of robotics on the economy. —————- Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/reasontv Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Reason.Magaz… Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/reason Subscribe to our podcast at Apple Podcasts: https://goo.gl/az3a7a Reason is the planet’s leading source of news, politics, and culture from a libertarian perspective. Go to reason.com for a point of view you won’t get from legacy media and old left-right opinion magazines. —————- “Robotics will soon lead to widespread joblessness and the concentration of wealth in the hands of a few.” That was the resolution of a public debate hosted by the Soho Forum in New York City on January 6, 2020. It featured New York Times bestselling author Martin Ford, arguing the affirmative, versus Antony Sammeroff, spokesperson on economics and environment for the Scottish Libertarian Party. Soho Forum Director Gene Epstein moderated. It was an Oxford-style debate, in which the audience votes on the resolution at the beginning and end of the event, with many “undecided.” The side that gains the most ground is victorious. Sammeroff prevailed in the debate by convincing 19.64 percent of audience members to come over to his side. Ford picked up 2.68 percent. Ford is the author of “Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future,” “Architects of Intelligence: the Truth about AI from the People Building It,” and “The Lights in the Tunnel: Automation, Accelerating Technology, and the Economy of the Future.” Sammeroff, who argued for the negative, is the [More]
[GLOBAL LEADERS FORUM 2019] 마틴 포드 ( Martin Ford ) AI마인드 저자 -세션3 주제: The Rise of Artificial Intelligence [Ch.19] 재미에 감동을 더하다, TV조선 ★홈페이지 : www.tvchosun.com
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Panel 2: Machines & Us Which decisions and tasks should we delegate to machines and which are better left to people? What degree of autonomy will today’s technology support? For applications where machine intelligence is su ciently advanced, what will it take to gain trust in machines as semi-autonomous teammates? How do we create partnerships between humans and machines where each do what they do best? We explored the state of human-machine collaboration and examine the implications of recent advancements in machine learning and robotics on the role of machines in critical defense and civilian applications. Moderator: Ashley Llorens, Chief, Intelligent Systems Center, Johns Hopkins APL Panelists: Jason Matheny, Director, Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity Matt Johnson, Researcher, Institute for Human & Machine Cognition Suchi Saria, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University From the May 25, 2017 Johns Hopkins APL “The Future of Humans & Machines: Partnership, Fusion, or Fear?” event at the Lab’s Intelligent Systems Center.
Futurist Ray Kurzweil deliver keynote speech on MKSVF, MaeKyung Silicon Valley Forum. In his speech he predict how human intelligence merge with computers and longevity of human life.
Longtime Humanist Community member, and Board member, Marc Perkel will discuss his following beliefs and questions: If humanity ever invents Artificial Intelligence that is smarter than we are, it will be the last thing we’ll ever invent. That’s because the AI will do the inventing far faster than we ever could. This raises a lot of philosophical questions. When will AI be smarter than us? Sooner than you think! What will it be like to not be the smartest species on the planet? Will the robots kill us off? What values will we teach AI to get it started? Why should humanity continue to exist once we create a superior species. Will we be able to pull the plug on it – or will it be able to pull the plug on us? Is Humanism limited to just humans? Do we need Religion for Robots? Shouldn’t we answer these questions BEFORE we create the AI?
Keynote on Artificial Intelligence by Dr. Joseph Reger, Chief Technology Officer and Fujitsu Fellow, EMEIA. Watch more from Joseph Reger at Fujitsu Forum: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4xLeOXURIlX03fwBaJZYLC1SLW2PFen4