On #JLFBraveNewWorld Toby Walsh, one of the world’s leading researchers in Artificial Intelligence, and Jaspreet Bindra, author of ‘Tech Whisperer’ and the founder of Digital Matters, discuss the future of AI.
I’ll be giving the talk below to an audience of oligarchs in Los Angeles next week. This is a video version I made for fun. It cuts off at 17min even though the whole talk is ~25min, because my team noticed that I gave away some sensitive information 🙁 Slides: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1NcsgvWUKBmlr_qcgL0VXN5H0JVmsJDdJ A Brief History of the (Near) Future: How AI and Genomics Will Change What It Means To Be Human AI and Genomics are almost certain to have huge impacts on markets, health, society, and even what it means to be human. These are not two independent trends; they interact in important ways, as I will explain. Computers now outperform humans on most narrowly-defined tasks, such as face recognition, voice recognition, Chess, and Go. Using AI methods in genomic prediction, we can (for example) estimate the height of a human based on DNA alone, plus or minus an inch. Almost a million babies are born each year via IVF, and it is possible now to make nontrivial predictions about them (even, about their cognitive ability) from embryo genotyping. I will describe how AI, Genomics, and AI+Genomics will evolve in the coming decades. Short Bio: Stephen Hsu is VP for Research and Professor of Theoretical Physics at Michigan State University. He is also a researcher in computational genomics and founder of several Silicon Valley startups, ranging from information security to biotech.
The book begins by positing a scenario in which AI has exceeded human intelligence and become pervasive in society. Tegmark refers to different stages of human life since its inception: Life 1.0 referring to biological origins, Life 2.0 referring to cultural developments in humanity, and Life 3.0 referring to the technological age of humans. The book focuses on “Life 3.0”, and on emerging technology such as artificial general intelligence that may someday, in addition to being able to learn, be able to also redesign its own hardware and internal structure. The summary is in Hindi. Please like and share this video. #life3.0 #AILife #AI #ArtificialIntelligence #IndianAI #IndiaAI #BookSummary www.indianai.in
The Pentagon’s research arm has pumped $1 million into a contract to build an AI tool meant to decode and predict the emotions of allies and enemies. It even wants the AI app to advise generals on major military decisions. DARPA’s backing is the starting pistol for a race with the government and startups to use AI to predict emotions but the science behind it is deeply controversial. Some say it’s entirely unproven, making military applications that much riskier. The previously-unreported work is being carried out under a DARPA project dubbed PRIDE, short for the Prediction and Recognition of Intent, Decision and Emotion. The aim is to create an AI that can understand and predict reactions of a group, rather than an individual, and then offer guidance on what to do next. Think of a military leader who wants to know how a political faction or a whole country would react should he or she take an aggressive action against their leader. In PRIDE, the emotion detection is not for an individual. It’s more as a collective group and even at a national level,” says Dr. Kalyan Gupta, president and founder of Knexus. “To think about, you know, whether a nation state is either angry or agitated.” And it’s no small fry initiative; the plan is for PRIDE to provide recommendations for “international courses of action,” according to a contract description. Whilst DARPA’s project is largely looking at sentiment elicited from text and information posted online, a handful of startups, [More]
UNSW Professor of Artificial Intelligence Toby Walsh explains how artificial technologies can be used make society more inclusive – but can also be misused. The Australian Human Rights Commission’s Human Rights and Technology report explores these concepts and makes sweeping new recommendations to ensure the community is protected. You can read the full report at tech.humanrights.gov.au
A Seminar Series on The Digital Future for Business & Society: Perspectives on AI Challenges and Opportunities Hosted Jointly by: Professor Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Emerging Markets Research Centre (EMaRC), Department of Business, School of Management, Swansea University, UK And Professor Ramakrishnan Raman, Symbiosis Institute of Business Management Pune, India (Constituent of Symbiosis International (Deemed University), India) Supported by: Centre for Technology, Innovation, Management and Enterprise (TIME), The University of Kent, UK; Digital Marketing and Analytics SIG – Academy of Marketing; Grenoble IAE-Graduate School of Management – a Grenoble INP school of the University of Grenoble Alpes; Swansea i-Lab (Innovation Lab) – Swansea University; The e-Business and e-Government SIG – British Academy of Management; and The UK Academy for Information Systems (UKAIS). The seminar series on “The Digital Future for Business & Society: Perspectives on AI Challenges and Opportunities” will present various perspectives from a number of leading expert speakers to highlight the opportunities and challenges posed by the rapid emergence of AI. Seminar 9: Seminar Title: How AI and Human Decision Makers Can Work Together for Better Decision Making: Emerging Challenges and Research Opportunities Speaker: Professor Yanqing (Yan) Duan, Business School, The University of Bedfordshire, UK Seminar Overview: The use of AI for decision making has been one of the most important applications in AI history, but it has always been contentious. With the resurgence of AI, how can human decision makers and new artificial intelligence work together for better decision making? This talk will review the AI development from [More]
Ayanna Howard Hacking the Human Bias in AI Keynote at FAT*2020, Barcelona, January 27th to 30th, 2020 Bio
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
An educational video made by Ted to help people to understand the machine intelligence.
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. Read more: https://www.richardvanhooijdonk.com/en/blog/ai-and-morals-should-we-can-we-teach-human-morality-to-machine-minds
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 [More]
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. Our goal is create products for our investors that are: 1) Purely Quantitative 2) Liquid 3) Transparent DropShot’s partners have extensive experience building and deploying large scale machine learning solutions. Our systems are constantly sourcing, evaluating, and integrating new alpha sources into our investment decisions, from trading universe selection, to strategy development, to live trading portfolio management and execution. It’s our mission to continuously improve our processes and outcomes for our clients.
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 Slush 2017 in pictures: https://www.flickr.com/photos/slushmedia/albums Website: http://www.slush.org Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/slushHQ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/slushHQ Instagram: http://instagram.com/SlushHQ Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/company/slush Slush Music: http://music.slush.org Slush Tokyo: http://tokyo.slush.org Slush Shanghai: http://shanghai.slush.org Slush Singapore: http://singapore.slush.org Intro videos by: VAU (http://vau.company) VELI.fx / Veli Creative (http://velicreative.fi) Slush is a non-profit event organized by a community of entrepreneurs, investors, students and festival organizers. Slush has grown from a 300-person event to become the leading event of its kind in the world. The philosophy behind it has remained the same: to help the next generation of great, world-conquering companies forward.
This week Russell tackles the regular mass panic from the media that technology is advancing to quickly… Follow the show on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/howardhour Follow Russell on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/russellhoward Become a fan on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/OfficialRuss… SUBSCRIBE NOW. Watch new episodes every Thursday at 10pm on Sky1 #Skyone #RussellHoward
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.  The Important Points covered in this Video: 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? 4. Conclusion #ArtificialintelligencevsHumanintelligence
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
The Delivering the Human Future Conference was a worldwide conference held in March 2021 on the existential threats that humanity faces as a species and the solutions we need to overcome them. View the Plenary Letter and sign the Petition calling for action today! https://humanfuture.org/get-involved The Delivering the Human Future Conference was hosted by: The Council for the Human Future (CHF) https://humanfuture.org/ The Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere (MAHB) https://mahb.stanford.edu/ The Common Home of Humanity (CHH) https://www.commonhomeofhumanity.org
This is a sample of Paul R. Daugherty’s audiobook “Human + Machine: Reimagining Work in the Age of AI“. FULL AUDIOBOOK available here: https://audiobooksway.com/full-length?id=B07BDPZN5L ALTERNATIVE LINK : https://audiobookslist.com/full-length?id=B07BDPZN5L 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… Get Paul R. Daugherty’s saudiobook Human + Machine: Reimagining Work in the Age of AI from the link above #Human+Machine #PaulR.Daugherty #Audiobook Listen to “Human + Machine: Reimagining Work in the Age of AI” audiobook by Paul R. Daugherty.
My talk delivered at the conference ‘The Digital World: AI’ organised by BSI in London, 27th February 2020. The full video with all the talks posted by BSI can be seen here: https://youtu.be/bDJyLur5_eI
This meetup was recorded at Santa Clara on 25th April 2018. Talk 1: Abstract 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. Speaker’s Bio: 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. Talk 2: Abstract 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 [More]
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November 18, 2018 What Can AI Tell Us about the Human Mind? – with Joscha Bach