AIIC UK & Ireland webinar 15 January 2021 The aim of the final session in our series is to draw conclusions about the extent to which our profession is under pressure, to identify how AI solutions will impact on our profession in the coming years, to consider how AI is perceived by both interpreters and users of interpretation services, and how conference interpreters should respond to the challenges facing our profession. Speakers: – Thomas Jayes, Head of Strategy and Innovation Unit, Advisor to the Director General, Directorate-General for Logistics and Interpretation for Conferences (DG LINC), European Parliament – Antonio Paoletti, Head of the Meeting Services and Interpretation Section, Conference Division at the International Maritime Organisation (United Nations) – Naomi Bowman, CEO of DS-Interpretation, Inc. – Dr Jan Niehues, Assistant Professor, Department of Data Science and Knowledge Engineering, University of Maastricht – Dr William Lewis, Affiliate Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Washington Moderator: Monika Kokoszycka, AIIC UK & Ireland More videos in this series: ——————————————————— Artificial Intelligence and the Interpreter Webinar series organised by AIIC’s United Kingdom & Ireland Region How will artificial intelligence change the interpreting profession? The implications for the market, interpreter training and the delivery of interpreting services could be profound. In this series of webinars, experts in the field explain how advanced current speech-to-speech translation solutions are, what the challenges are, how AI can support human interpreters, and what we can expect in the future. For details, see Organising Committee – AIIC UK [More]
In the future, robots will be teaching in the classrooms. The video shows two robots teaching in the classroom real environment. Subscribe, Like, and share the Video. This video is captured at Robotics lab, newly established at Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University, Saudi Arabia. For more details visit
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Medical imaging in radiology has come a long way, and the latest artificial intelligence (AI)-driven techniques are going much further. If the first few decades of radiology were about refining the resolution of the pictures taken of the body, then the next decades will be dedicated to interpreting that data to ensure nothing is overlooked. Read more about artificial intelligence and healthcare: Subscribe to TIME’s YouTube channel ►► Subscribe to TIME: Get the day’s top headlines to your inbox, curated by TIME editors: Follow us: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram:
Emad Mostaque is the founder and CEO of Stability AI, the company behind Stable Diffusion. Emad joins Stability AI’s recently announced Executive Chair of the board of directors Jim O’Shaughnessy to discuss the future of AI, the benefits of open source software, and much more. Important Links: – Stability AI ( – Stable Diffusion Launch Announcement ( – Stability AI’s Twitter ( – Emad’s Twitter ( – Jim’s announcement as Executive Chair ( Show Notes: [00:00:00] – Start [00:02:55] – Main Podcast [00:05:05] – The open vs closed AI debate [00:09:18] – How will open AI lead to better outcomes for AI safety? [00:15:42] – How will AI allow us to to solve previously unsolvable problems? [00:23:28] – How AI can transform education [00:34:29] – AI and storytelling [00:44:30] – What is ‘clean’ data? [00:49:34] – Can AI technology increase IQs across the entire world? [00:52:48] – The future: Jobs, AI alignment and the panopticon [01:21:46] – Why closed AI is a bad business model [01:12:57] – Anticipating and defending against future problems [01:21:46] – What two ideas would you like to give everyone in the world? Books Mentioned: – The WEIRDest People in the World; by Joseph Henrich
Manufacturing innovation trends – how manufacturing is changing – Future of Manufacturing 4.0 Keynote Speaker. Lessons from Toyota assembly lines for fork lift trucks. How to optimise factory production with just-in-time and hundreds of small enhancements with huge total impact, using predictive analytics and Big Data. How to harness human genius in the workforce to make things faster and more reliably. Key manufacturing trends presented by Futurist keynote speaker Patrick Dixon – tour of Toyota factory site in Mjölby, Sweden.
Future of Humanity: AI & Robotics | Free Documentary Humanity Augmented: Mankind has always looked for ways to reduce manual labor and repetitive tasks. To that end, and in the absence of technology, civilization exploited various me- thods, often by taking advantage of their fellow humans. Robots, as a potential solution, have long fascinated mankind, capturing our imagination for centuries. Even in Greek mythology, the god Hephaestus had « mechanical » servants. But not until recently, has artificial intelligence finally progressed to a level that will become more and more life-changing for the future of humanity. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Subscribe Free Documentary Channel for free: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ #FreeDocumentary #Documentary #Robotics ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Free Documentary is dedicated to bringing high-class documentaries to you on YouTube for free. With the latest camera equipment used by well-known filmmakers working for famous production studios. You will see fascinating shots from the deep seas and up in the air, capturing great stories and pictures from everything our beautiful and interesting planet has to offer. Enjoy stories about nature, wildlife, culture, people, history and more to come.
Since 2012 the computation requirements for large AI training jobs have grown more than 300,000x.  To proliferate progress, we must overcome long-standing bottlenecks in scientific discovery. CPU advancements alone are no longer the primary source of competitive advantage in the world of large-scale, complex computing. In coming years, more specialized accelerators beyond the GPU will enable significant performance advantages.   At IBM Research, we’re developing a new class of AI hardware that is inherently energy-efficient, increasing compute power by orders of magnitude without the demand for increased energy.  By leveraging the power of AI and the flexibility of the hybrid cloud, we can comprehend and apply massive and growing bodies of scientific knowledge.
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This talk is from the Worlds Fair Nano that took place on January 28th & 29th, 2017 in San Francisco at Pier 70. Worlds Fair Nano is a future festival that aims to connect people with the future, and help foster a culture of global innovation. Worlds Fair Nano is a global events series with the ultimate goal of organizing a six month Worlds Fair in the United States.
Subject: Dr. Michio Kaku, Theoretical Physicist, Futurist, best-selling author Focus: Mobility, Sustainabilty, AI, Technology Protiviti’s Joe Kornik and Cory Gunderson interview Dr, Michio Kaku
Everyone wants America’s education system to do better. Ex-Googler Max Ventilla has a radical idea for how to make it work more like a social network. Ventilla’s AltSchool is building a highly-personalized education experience that gets better and cheaper as more students use it. Subscribe: In a decade, AltSchool may not have just built some new schools but rather a new school system that all will be able to join. What do you think: is this the future of schools or an idea that won’t succeed? Let us know what you think about education reform in the comments and subscribe to Freethink for more videos on the cutting edge of social and technological change.
What if your favorite artist was a computer? Could you detect the difference between a real musician and a synthetic one? Artificial Intelligence has recently gained a crucial role in our lives, influencing even music. Valerio Velardo, founder of “The Sound of AI”, a world wide community of researchers and experts on this field, is going to explore the topic of generative music starting from the origins and going to the future developments and risks. Originally streamed live on Polifonia’s Twitch channel. Guest: Valerio Velardo Moderator: Luigi Attorresi Join The Sound Of AI Slack community: Make sure to follow us to be updated on the last news and events! Instagram: Facebook: Website: Twitch: Linkedin: If you’d like to support us, you can offer us a coffee:
Pattie Maes is a professor in MIT’s Program in Media Arts and Sciences, the co-director of its initiative on technologies for advancing wellbeing and until recently head of the MAS Academic Program. Learn more about Transform: Learn more about Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation:
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Demis Hassabis, founder and CEO of DeepMind, will draw on his experiences as an AI researcher, neuroscientist and game designer to discuss the latest progress in AI research and how it can be applied to advancing science and improving lives. He will cover the significance of research initiatives such as AlphaGo, touch on DeepMind projects that are already having an impact in health and energy, and explore what AI might help us learn about the universe and our own minds. Artificial Intelligence and the Future / Demain, l’intelligence artificielle Conférence du 22 novembre 2018 en anglais. Demis Hassabis, co-fondateur et PDG de DeepMind, discute des derniers développements en intelligence artificielle (IA), en s’appuyant sur son expérience de chercheur et de concepteur de jeu vidéo. Il s’est interrogé sur la manière dont les percées récentes en intelligence artificielle peuvent être utilisées pour faire avancer la science et améliorer la vie. Il évoque les projets importants de recherche tels que AlphaGo ou ceux qui sont menés par DeepMind, qui commencent déjà à avoir un impact dans les domaines de la santé et de l’énergie et soulève la question de savoir ce que l’intelligence artificielle peut nous apprendre sur l’univers et sur l’esprit humain. Plus d’informations : Plus d’informations : Découvrez toutes les ressources du Collège de France : Suivez-nous sur : Facebook : Instagram : Twitter :
Mo Gawdat discusses his book “Scary Smart: The Future of Artificial Intelligence and How You Can Save Our World.” Artificial intelligence is smarter than humans. It can process information at lightning speed and remain focused on specific tasks without distraction. AI can see into the future, predicting outcomes and even use sensors to see around physical and virtual corners. So why does Intelligence frequently get it so wrong? The answer is us. Humans design the algorithms that define the way that AI works, and the processed information reflects an imperfect world. Does that mean we are doomed? In Scary Smart, Mo Gawdat draws on his considerable expertise to answer this question and to show what we can all do now to teach ourselves and our machines how to live better. After a 30 year career in tech and serving as Chief Business Officer at Google X, Google’s ‘moonshot factory’ of innovation, Mo has made happiness his primary topic of research, diving deeply into literature and conversing on the topic with some of the wisest people in the world. In 2014, motivated by the tragic loss of his son, Ali, Mo began pouring his findings into his international bestselling book, Solve for Happy: Engineer Your Path to Joy. His mission to help one billion people become happier, #OneBillionHappy, is his moonshot attempt to honor Ali by spreading the message that happiness can be learned and shared. In 2020, Mo launched his global, chart-topping podcast, Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat, [More]
Book 6/52. Are machines going to take over my job? This is a question more and more people are asking these days. In this video I cover off the main industries that are being threatened as well as what you can do to avoid falling victim to this trend. Book 4/52. How do Navy SEALs lead under extreme pressure? What are the rules they follow to ensure their missions are a success? What leadership training do SEALs get? In this book you’ll get all the answers. Jocko Willink and Leif Babin cover all their greatest lessons from leading SEALs in Iraq, to training them and assisting businesses to implement these principles. If you enjoyed this video, please like it or share it. To get an email for every new summary I do sign up to the news letter at
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Rodney Brooks discusses the evolution from automatic guided vehicles to autonomous mobile robots to collaborative mobile robots, and what it means for the world. See more sessions: #thedigitalfactory #robotics #robots Rodney is a robotics entrepreneur and is currently the CTO and co-founder of Robust AI. Before that he was Founder, Chairman and CTO of Rethink Robotics (it ran from September 1st, 2008, through October 3rd, 2018, and was originally called Heartland Robotics). He is also a Founder, former Board Member (1990 – 2011) and former CTO (1990 – 2008) of iRobot Corp (Nasdaq: IRBT). Dr. Brooks is the former Director (1997 – 2007) of the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and then the MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). He received degrees in pure mathematics from the Flinders University of South Australia and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford University in 1981. He held research positions at Carnegie Mellon University and MIT, and a faculty position at Stanford before joining the faculty of MIT in 1984. He has published many papers in computer vision, artificial intelligence, robotics, and artificial life. ——————————————————– In May 2022, Formlabs hosted The Digital Factory conference in Boston. It brought together global leaders in manufacturing, engineering, product design, and more with the goal of discussing the future of manufacturing. Global manufacturing continues to transform into an increasingly automated and digitized global network, and the last two years have further accelerated that transition. This transition has introduced new questions about the future of manufacturing, [More]
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