Pedro Uria-Recio is a senior marketing leader, highly experienced in data analytics, Artificial Intelligence, product marketing, and P&L management. As the head of Axiata Analytics, Pedro leads advanced analytics and AI across the operational companies of Axiata Group, a telecom and digital conglomerate in 11 Asian countries. With a cross-functional team of marketing specialists, data scientists and engineers as well as digital professionals, Pedro focuses on marketing analytics, digital growth hacking as well as new revenue streams. Pedro Uria-Recio is a senior marketing leader, highly experienced in data analytics, Artificial Intelligence, product marketing, and P&L management. As the head of Axiata Analytics, Pedro leads advanced analytics and AI across the operational companies of Axiata Group, a telecom and digital conglomerate in 11 Asian countries. With a cross-functional team of marketing specialists, data scientists and engineers as well as digital professionals, Pedro focuses on marketing analytics, digital growth hacking as well as new revenue streams. 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
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We’ve traditionally thought of intelligence as something mysterious that can only exist in biological organisms, especially humans. But from my perspective as a physicist, intelligence is simply a certain kind of information processing performed by elementary particles moving around, and there’s no law of physics that says one can’t build machines more intelligent than us in all ways. This suggests that we’ve only seen the tip of the intelligence iceberg, and that there’s an amazing potential to unlock the full intelligence that’s latent in nature and use it to help humanity flourish – or flounder. I discuss recent progress both in building AI and in staying on ensuring that it’s societal impact is beneficial, keeping us on the right side of that flourish/flounder balance.
Futurists have been predicting the rise of self-aware artificial intelligence for decades, prompting Thomas Hornigold to quip that AI has been just 20 years away since 1956.
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How do algorithms spread bias throughout our culture? In this talk, technology thought leader Corey Patrick White shares the dangers of algorithmic bias, and how high the stakes are for humanity. As a partner and senior vice president at Future Point of View, Corey Patrick White is tasked with helping leaders look out into the future and anticipate how technology will impact their organizations and themselves. He is especially focused on the role that machine intelligence will play in almost every aspect of life: from the decisions we make, to the professions we undertake, to how we interact with the world and each other. Corey began his career as a journalist before joining Future Point of View. As a journalist, he developed investigative skills as well as a desire to understand complicated topics and to explain those topics in a way that everyone can understand. He brings these skills to the speaking stage, offering insights into how complex innovation is dramatically altering the world we live in ways that can be both positive and negative. As a partner and senior vice president at Future Point of View, Corey White is tasked with helping leaders look out into the future and anticipate how technology will impact their organizations and themselves. He is especially focused on the role that machine intelligence will play in almost every aspect of life: from the decisions we make, to the professions we undertake, to how we interact with the world and each other. Corey began his career as a journalist before joining Future Point of View. As a journalist, he developed investigative skills as well as a desire to understand complicated topics and to explain those topics in a way that everyone can understand. He brings these skills to the speaking stage, offering insights into how complex innovation is dramatically altering the world we live in ways that can be both positive and negative. 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
DropShot is an algorithmic private investment company specializing in machine learning and artificial intelligence. We believe that the investment process should be as scientific as possible and not influenced by human bias.
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Audience at Slush 2017 enjoyed keynotes on augmenting human capabilities to new dimensions. Here’s one from Harri Valpola, CEO & Co-Founder at The Curious AI Company.
In 2017, Slush brought together 20,000 attendees, including 2,600 startups, 1,500 investors and 600 journalists from over 130 countries. The cold and dark Helsinki welcomed these tech-heads to a week long celebration, including Slush Music, new Slush Y verticals, and hundreds of side-events and activities around the city. Slush 2018 takes place on 4.–5.12.2018
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Artificial Intelligence has come a long way from being a component of science fiction to reality. Today, we have a host of intelligent machines like self-driving cars, smart virtual assistants, chatbots, and surgical robots, to name a few.
Since AI became a mainstream technology in the present industry and a part of the common man’s daily life, it has sparked a debate – Artificial Intelligence vs. Human Intelligence.
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1. Artificial Intelligence vs. Human Intelligence: Definition
2. Artificial Intelligence vs. Human Intelligence: A comparison
3. Artificial Intelligence vs. Human Intelligence: What will the future hold?
Artificial Intelligence has mind-blowing implications for the way we live, work and play. Many fear its long-term consequences more than Brexit, and there’s little doubt it will destroy jobs and entire industries. But if we harness its potential properly could it not enable us to live longer, better and be more human? After completing a MA in Broadcast Journalism at Cardiff, Guto Harri spent 18 years at the BBC, before leaving his post as Chief Political Correspondent to become Director of External Affairs for Boris Johnson, then Mayor of London. He went on to work as Director of Communications and Corporate Affairs for NewsUK and Managing Director of External Communications at Liberty Global, one of the world’s largest media companies. 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
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AI is radically transforming business. Are you ready? Look around you. Artificial intelligence is no longer just a futuristic notion. It’s here right now – in software that senses what we need, supply chains that think in real time, and robots that respond to changes in their environment. Twenty-first-century pioneer companies are already using AI to innovate and grow fast. The bottom line is thi…
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In the past two years, AI technologies are transforming the way we interact with systems and devices across channels. Chatbots and Virtual Personal Assistants are rapidly becoming the most adopted way of conversing with systems and data. Immersive technology such as Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) are bringing the physical and digital worlds together. In this session, we will discuss and demonstrate how the Conversational AI platform is enabling developers to create ambient user experiences by unifying ChatBots, Messaging Platforms, Image Recognition, Cognitive Services, AR/VR, and voice-enabled devices.
Dan Nguyen is Sr. Director, Product Management, Artificial Intelligence and Bots at Oracle. Prior to Oracle he was head of product at Emotient Acquired by Apple, Emotient was a VC-funded startup commercializing emotion recognition technology based on 20 years of research by the six founding scientists. Using video from any camera, the deep learning-based technology detects facial expressions and demographics.
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This is an introduction to H2O, one of the leading open-source AI platforms, for people taking their first steps into the world of machine learning and big data. The presentation will provide an overview of the challenges you can tackle with H2O – classification, regression, anomaly detection, etc. – and how to download and start using H2O today. Whether you love coding or hate it, H2O has an interface that can cater to your preference (it has an R API, Python API, and web-based UI). There are no requirements to get started, just the desire to get your hands wet (with H2O).
Karen Hayrapetyan is a Senior Data Scientist at H2O.ai and is currently working on the open source H2O platform and helping customers scale.
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Human Computer Integration versus Powerful Tools
Umer Farooq, Jonathan Grudin, Ben Shneiderman, Pattie Maes, Xiangshi Ren
CHI ’17: ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Session: Human Computer Integration versus Powerful Tools
In 1960, JCR Licklider forecast three phases for how humans relate to machines: human-computer interaction, human-computer symbiosis, and ultra-intelligent machines. Have we moved from interaction to symbiosis or integration, should we focus on this or on other aspects of human augmentation via powerful tools, and how will such decisions affect us as designers, researchers, and members of society? This panel will raise uneasy and disruptive HCI notions. For example, we will debate whether integration is a necessary and desirable next phase, or whether it could undermine human self-efficacy and control and lessen the predictability of machine actions.
Recorded at the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems in Denver, CO, USA May 6-11, 2017
How do people make decisions? What can we do to help people make better decisions? How can AI tools help people make better decisions?
Decisions in companies but also in everyday life are essential and here the right AI solutions can be an important help to empower employees and citizens to make better and even faster decisions.
In this web conference these questions will precisely answered. We will explain how people make decisions, what are the strengths and also weaknesses from a neuropsychological point of view. With practical examples we explain what everyone and do, also with the support of AI-tool to make better decisions.
For this web conference we have been able to win four proven experts in the discipline of artificial intelligence and human decision making for you.
– Dr. Katharina von Knop, CEO and Founder, Digital Trust
“Optimization human decision making with digital / AI solutions”
Human decisions are influenced by 186 heuristics and even changes in basal factors like room temperature lead to different results. The lecture aims to gain some clarity about human decision making and how we can use digital / AI solutions to improve people’s decision making.
– Fabian Beringer, CEO & CO-Founder, e-bot7
“Turning conversations into conversions: Achieving optimal results with self-learning AI”
We bring practical applications of Deep Learning and AI to customer service and help companies achieve greater customer service efficiency. The system analyses inbound messages, sends them to the right department, and provides agents with accurate response suggestions. This reduces average handling time up to 80% and automates responses and processes. The e-bot7 system is based on complex NLP algorithms (Convolutional Neural Networks, LSTMs) trained on historical customer service scripts. The NLP is constantly optimised during operation for requests to be processed more efficiently.
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“Enabling workforces to make better decisions in times when the home office becomes the new normal”
As the workforce disperses and the office becomes remote, how can businesses arm their most valuable asset with the tools to make effective decisions? This talk offers a behind-the-scenes look at how three leading brands are using technology to support knowledge sharing, ideation, and productivity in the era of remote work; and how digital employee experiences are fast becoming the cornerstone of an optimized workforce.
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“The use of gamification and incentives in travel behaviour optimisation”
This brief presentation will explore how the application of cutting edge behavioural change taxonomies and tools, embodied into gamified, digital reward challenges has successfully motivated true travel modal shift in the UK and EU markets.
Fund Manager – and 1980s computer collector – Ben Rogoff discusses what he thinks of the current technology hype cycle and the developments that will impact how we will all be living, working and socialising in the future.
Ben will give his thoughts on how artificial intelligence (AI) is helping to develop machine learning through the extraction, manipulation and interpretation of data to currently augment, and ultimately replace, human decision-making, against a backdrop of change within the technology world itself. He will investigate the disruption technology brings across multiple industries, alongside the external influences of regulatory pressures, political change and the US/China relationship.
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In his new book, Deep Medicine, Eric Topol – cardiologist, geneticist, digital medicine researcher – claims that artificial intelligence can put the humanity back into medicine. By freeing physicians from rote tasks, such as taking notes and performing medical scans, AI creates space for the real healing that occurs between a doctor who listens and a patient who needs to be heard. The counterintuitive recognition that technology can create space for compassion in the clinical setting could mean fewer burned-out doctors, more empowered patients, cost savings, and an entirely new way to approach medicine.
Featuring: David Brooks, Eric Topol
This conversation was recorded during Aspen Ideas: Health in Aspen, Colorado. Presented by the Aspen Institute, the three-day event opens the Aspen Ideas Festival and features more than 200 speakers engaging with urgent health care challenges and exploring cutting-edge innovations in medicine and science.
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While many celebrated efforts in Artificial Intelligence aim at exceeding human performance, the real promise of AI in real-world domains, such as healthcare and law, hinges on developing systems that can successfully support human experts. In this talk, I’ll share several directions of research we are pursuing towards effective human-AI partnership in the open world, including combining the complementary strengths of human and machine reasoning, addressing concerns around trust, transparency and reliability, and using AI to improve human engagement.
Ece Kamar is a senior researcher at the Adaptive Systems and Interaction Group at Microsoft Research. She earned her PhD in computer science from Harvard University where she was advised by Prof. Barbara Grosz. Her research spans several subfields of AI, including planning, machine learning, multi-agent systems and human-computer teamwork, and is inspired by real-world applications that can benefit from the complementary abilities of people and AI. She is particularly interested in the impact of AI on society and developing AI systems that are reliable, unbiased, and trustworthy.
H. James Wilson, Managing Director of Accenture Research, presents his lates book “Reimagining Work in the Age of AI” at Tatarklubben November 6th, 2018. Paul R. Daugherty is the co-author of the book.
To develop equitable and trustworthy technology, we must understand how AI performs in practice, and guide and shape the way AI interacts with humans. Lightning talks from Juliana Bidadanure, Mark Duggan, Jennifer Pan, David Engstrom and Daniel Ho; followed by a panel discussion moderated by James Manyika and featuring Susan Athey, Erik Brynjolfsson, Kate Crawford and Tristan Harris.
The ultimate purpose of AI should be to enhance our humanity, not diminish or replace it. Diving into this subject at our Stanford HumanAI Symposium: Lightning talks from Michael Bernstein, Emma Brunskill, Serena Yeung and Dorsa Sadigh; followed by a panel discussion moderated by Eric Horvitz, Russ Altman, Justine Cassell, Fernanda Viégas and Bob Zhang.
In this programme the world’s leading experts attempt to build an artificial human based on actress Gemma Chan, star of the sci-fi series Humans, for a ground-breaking scientific stunt that will test just how far away we are from ‘synthetic’ humans.
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What are the social, economic, political and ethical questions that we should ask in the face of rapid growth in AI technology? Does AI represent a brilliant opportunity, or could it be humanity’s last invention? Featuring Bradley Paton – Reactive, Joanna L. Batston – IBM Research-Australia, Prof Mary-Anne Williams – UTS, Toby Walsh – CSIRO.
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Rebecca Winthrop, co-director of the Center for Universal Education at The Brookings Institution, and Emilia Ahvenjärvi, Science and Education Attaché at the Embassy of Finland in Buenos Aires talk about risks and opportunities in education.
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The Humane AI project will develop the scientific foundations and technological breakthroughs needed to shape the ongoing Artificial Intelligence revolution. The goal is to design and deploy AI systems that enhance human capabilities and empower both individuals and society as a whole to develop AI that extends rather than replaces human intelligence.
The focus is on human-centered AI, with a strong emphasis on ethics, values by design, and appropriate consideration of related legal and social issues. The HumanE AI project will mobilize a research landscape far beyond the direct project funding and create a unique innovation ecosystem that offers substantial return on investment. It will result in significant disruption across its socio-economic impact areas, including Industry 4.0, health & well-being, mobility, education, policy and finance.
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Inspired by a few blind people who use echolocation to “see” things around them, we have developed an interface that would help a blind person listen to have a feeling of where they belong in the society and enjoy the little things and experiences of everyday life.
## What it does
The interface is connected to a camera (which could be then possibly integrated with cameras on pen tips) which records real time videos of events, parse it into multiple frames – analyze it piece by piece and finally using a text to speech interface, dictates what it sees.
## How we built it
For Building the interface, we used the Apple Artificial Intelligence API that contains a pre-trained data set that could be readily used. However on experimenting we learned that real time video/image has a lot of noise, and that it would take a long time to train the data set for practical purposes. Therefore we created a small data set with real time images (taken using phone cameras) and further trained the available data set to a considerable degree of accuracy. With enough time, this can further be implemented and generalized into more diverse data sets, achieving its intended purpose.
## Challenges we ran into
As previously mentioned, we learned that the time it takes to train a simple data set is longer than we had previously anticipated. Therefore we had to restrict our data set and only work towards training specific limited amount of data.
We also tried using the Microsoft Azure API to integrate into our interface – however, we soon learned that we had a few dependency issues that we could not resolve. We wasted over seven to eight hours trying to get that to work. In the end, we moved to using the Apple’s AI API
## Accomplishments that we’re proud of
In the course of this Hackathon, we managed to code and implement successfully in 3 languages – Python, Java and ios. Even though we did not pursue our completed Python project to integrate into an android app (we had to download and learn to use a cross platform program to execute that) – we were able to successfully implement and get positive results in all three languages.
## What we learned
We learned various new methods of coding with AI and Machine Learning Algorithms. We also gained a clearer picture on how to use APIs and integrate them into a common framework that we had in mind. Also, in addition to that, we were also able to learn a bit of implementation using neural networks.
## What’s next for BlindCare
We hope to perfect our code in the future, so that it could be then used in various diverse environments. We are also trying to get to use pre-existing APIs and make the best use of them, therefore extending the reach and impact of BlindCare
Futurist, astrophysicist, and best-selling science fiction author David Brin takes us 30 years into the future to explore how developments at companies in fields such as AI and human augmentation will help propel humanity forward… though with some cautions along the way.
Brin’s best-selling science fiction novels include The Postman (filmed in 1997), Startide Rising (Nebula Award winner), The Uplift War (Hugo Award winner), and Earth. His non-fiction work, The Transparent Society, won the American Library Association’s Freedom of Speech Award for exploring 21st Century concerns about security, secrecy, accountability, and privacy. Brin holds a PhD in Physics from the University of California at San Diego, a masters in optics, and an undergraduate degree in astrophysics from Caltech.
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