The latest episode of the Disruptive Technologies Research Cluster at the University of Salford, hosted by Dr Alex Fenton and Prof Andy Miah

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The Ask AI interview with Dr. Wendy Cukier (Ryerson Diversity Institute) and Mark Patterson (Magnet)

There’s no question that as artificial intelligence, robotics, and digitization expand into the workplace, it will have a major impact on the way Canadians work.

Recent data from the World Economic Forum’s “The Future of Jobs Report” estimates that machines and automated software will handle 50% of all workplace functions within seven years and could displace 75 million jobs.

However, it’s not all doom and gloom, as the same study also estimates that AI will add 133 million jobs globally.

Along similar lines, a 2018 research paper by RBC entitled “Humans Wanted – How Canadian youth can thrive in the age of disruption” estimates that automation will impact 50% of Canadian jobs in the next 10 years.

So that’s two major studies pointing to a massive increase in Canadian workplace automation in the next 10 years and this comes despite the breaking news that Canadian businesses are apparently laggards when it comes to AI adoption.

How Will This Affect Skills? In a recent podcast episode, we spoke with Dr. Elissa Strome about how the $125M Pan-Canadian AI Strategy (and the $1B commitment to develop five “supercluster” regions of excellence) that will help Canada retain key talent at the top levels of AI research.

Given we’re not all machine learning PhDs, how is the typical Canadian student or worker meant to prepare for automation? How will they be supported in navigating the rapid changes that increased workplace automation will bring?

In this first episode of our second series of the Ask AI podcast, we feature an in-depth discussion with Dr. Wendy Cukier, Director of the Diversity Institute at Ryerson University, and Mark Patterson, Executive Director of Magnet, the employment marketplace.

Both Magnet and the Diversity Institute are part of the Canadian “work-integrated learning” ecosystem and have partnered with industry and government to deliver programs such as ASPIRE, which is powered by Magnet’s platform, and ADaPT, developed and analysed by the Diversity Institute.

Tune in to this episode as host Jaxson Khan (Nudge AI) dives into some of the most pressing issues surrounding diversity, artificial intelligence, and workplace automation in Canada.


What steps can be taken to help Canadians transition their career paths in order to adapt to AI

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Sam Harris and Steve Jurvetson discuss the future of artificial intelligence at Tim Draper’s CEO Summit.

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A Wharton professor and tech entrepreneur examines how algorithms and artificial intelligence are starting to run every aspect of our lives, and how we can shape the way they impact us

Through the technology embedded in almost every major tech platform and every web-enabled device, algorithms and the artificial intelligence that underlies them make a staggering number of everyday decisions for us, from what products we buy, to where we decide to eat, to how we consume our news, to whom we date, and how we find a job. We’ve even delegated life-and-death decisions to algorithms–decisions once made by doctors, pilots, and judges. In his new book, Kartik Hosanagar surveys the brave new world of algorithmic decision-making and reveals the potentially dangerous biases they can give rise to as they increasingly run our lives. He makes the compelling case that we need to arm ourselves with a better, deeper, more nuanced understanding of the phenomenon of algorithmic thinking. And he gives us a route in, pointing out that algorithms often think a lot like their creators–that is, like you and me.

Hosanagar draws on his experiences designing algorithms professionally–as well as on history, computer science, and psychology–to explore how algorithms work and why they occasionally go rogue, what drives our trust in them, and the many ramifications of algorithmic decision-making. He examines episodes like Microsoft’s chatbot Tay, which was designed to converse on social media like a teenage girl, but instead turned sexist and racist; the fatal accidents of self-driving cars; and even our own common, and often frustrating, experiences on services like Netflix and Amazon. A Human’s Guide to Machine Intelligence is an entertaining and provocative look at one of the most important developments of our time and a practical user’s guide to this first wave of practical artificial intelligence.

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October 25, 2018

In this video, GovBrain Founder and CEO Brent M. Eastwood discusses the ethics of artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Dr. Eastwood explains how to ensure that the machine can ultimately be controlled by human beings. The importance of having ethical, moral, and virtuous human beings train the machine is paramount in this construct. Dr. Eastwood also talks about how the current status of artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science can be used to conduct a Turing Test to determine that perhaps the state of the art is not as advanced as we think. Dr. Eastwood then takes a longer look at robotics and the ethics of singularity.

This video was part of the “With the Best Artificial Intelligence Conference” in September of 2016.

In this video, we are listing top 5 artificial intelligence apps for android users. You can easily use any of these apps on your smartphone and do your work in less time period. These apps come with good AI algorithm which can easily take your habits, what you like, what you don’t like, time to go office and come back to your home and other of your daily routine. It provides you a human level accuracy and easily suggests you a good way to finish your work.

As a child, I always used to dream about a personal electronic assistant which could keep up the conversation, wake me up, and remind me of everyday tasks. Today it becomes quite real, but not all of the AI apps have comprehensive functionality. In this article, I’d like to tell you about my personal experience of using some of the AI-driven applications which are really worthy of attention.

Artificial Intelligence is one of the most popular platforms in the science and technology field. It provides you personal assistance which helps you to do your works in less time period with the help of a machine. AI will help you to automate your work across many industries so that you can do your work in less time period. Most of the people don’t have much money to purchase the heavy machine to automate their works so you can use artificial intelligence apps on your smartphone.

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Artificial Intelligence in Everyday Life with specific examples how Artificial Intelligence affect our lives? AI affects our life everyday in many ways behind the scenes. AI improves productivity and enjoyment.

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From when you get up in the morning until you go to sleep, AI guides your behavior, purchases, activities, productivity, and entertainment. There are more than 100 examples of everyday Artificial Intelligence to help you understand how AI affects your life.

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Artificial Intelligence | 3 REAL reasons WHY it won’t TAKEOVER

To begin we need to understand one simple thing about humans, and that is the computational power of our brains. The average brain has an estimated number of neurons in the billions, or 100 billion neurons to be more precise, and by now we know that each neuron is capable of in between 200 – 1000 hertz of equivalent computing power.

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In the summer of 1956, several key figures in what would become known as the field of “artificial intelligence” met at Dartmouth College to brainstorm about the future of the synthetic mind. Artificial intelligence, broadly defined, has since become a part of everyday life. Although we are still waiting on promises of “strong AI” capable of approximating human thought, the widespread use of artificial intelligence has the potential to reshape medicine, finance, war, and other important aspects of society. The Center for Internet and Society, along with the Stanford Law and Technology Association (SLATA), and the Stanford Technology Law Review (STLR) bring together four scholars who have begun to examine the near term, short term, and long term ramifications of artificial intelligence for law and society. This panel follows up on our Legal Challenges in an Age of Robotics panel from November 2009.

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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.

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Artificial intelligence is intelligence exhibited by an artificial entity, in contrast to the natural intelligence displayed by humans and other animals.

A handful of notable quotes from writers and experts in the field of artificial intelligence (AI), including Frank Herbert (Dune), Elon Musk, Sam Altman, George Dyson, Jim Vibert and more.

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► A digital artist is teaching machines how to interpret paintings as real life people and results are amazing. Nathan Shipley is a San Francisco based artist who uses latest digital technology and in particular Artificial Intelligence to create some pretty cool artistic stuff. In 2018 he used Deepfake technology to bring to life Salvador Dali for the Dali Museum in Florida, who was able to talk and interact with visitors. In his latest project, using machine learning and generative art, he is exploring how artificial intelligence recreates historical figures from paintings. Please check video where some of his work is presented. And a warning again, please don’t freak out, I’ve added some subtle animation to give them additional layer of realism. Enjoy.

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“How can AI improve everyone’s quality of life? Professor Stuart Russell of Berkeley, discusses the life-changing benefits of artificial intelligence.

In part one of this four part interview series, James Manyika, co-chair and a director of the McKinsey Global Institute sat down with Professor Stuart Russell to talk about how artificial intelligence (AI) can make our lives better, such as helping to accelerate scientific breakthroughs dramatically, improving education around the globe, and “putting together a complete picture… beyond the capabilities of the human mind.””

Professor Russell is a leading artificial-intelligence researcher at the University of California, Berkeley, and author of the book “”Human Compatible”” (Penguin Random House, October 2019). In this broad conversation, they explore the immense benefits ahead and what our role will be as AI becomes more pervasive. They also delve into potential challenges we may face with our current approach to AI, and how we can redefine AI to ensure it helps humanity achieve its full potential.

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Exponential Social Enterprise Co., Ltd. and Singularity University (SU), the acclaimed collectives of Silicon Valley’s thinkers and innovators focusing on empowering leaders to transform industries and global challenges through exponential technologies, has announced its first summit in Southeast Asia, “SingularityU Thailand Summit 2018” in Bangkok. The summit is to be held at InterContinental Bangkok, on 19 – 20 June 2018.

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In this fifth and last episode of our series, Xavier Vasques, Director of IBM Garage for Systems, Distinguished Data Scientist and Member of the IBM Academy of Technology, shares his insights on cybersecurity, with a focus on Artificial Intelligence and Quantum computing.

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Artificial intelligence (AI) aims to mimic human cognitive functions. It is bringing a paradigm shift to healthcare, powered by increasing availability of healthcare data and rapid progress of analytics techniques.
Artificial intelligence is poised to make radical changes in healthcare, transforming areas such as diagnosis, genomics, surgical robotics, and drug discovery.
In the coming years, artificial intelligence has the potential to lower healthcare costs, identify more effective treatments, and facilitate prevention and early detection of diseases. 

To keep the students updated with the future of healthcare, the Institute’s Innovative Cell (IIC) along with Department of Biotechnology is arranging a talk on Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: A healthy Future.
The session would be conducted by Ms. Priya Hargunani , Medical Advisor department of oncology at Cipla. She has expertise in subjects like Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Organic chemistry, Drug discovery, Computer aided drug designing, Synthetic Chemistry.

We highly encourage students of all backgrounds to register for this interesting talk.

On April 25th, 2018 Group Sixty partnered with the Berkeley-Haas Alumni Network, the Rady School of Management, and Sheppard Mullin to host an artificial intelligence panel. The event showcased local AI advancements in industries as diverse as technology, manufacturing, life sciences, and financial services. The goal was to demystify the field of AI while informing attendees about future opportunities and implications of AI. In addition to leading edge content, the event provided an opportunity to connect with leaders and innovators in the San Diego business community.

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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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We look at the negative impacts of AI – including job automation, biased decision-making, autonomous weapons, and many others. 

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Stanford professors discuss their innovative research and the new technologies that will transform lives in the 21st century.

At a live taping of The Future of Everything, a SiriusXM radio program hosted by Stanford bioengineering professor Russ Altman, two Stanford engineering professors discussed their contributions to two of the tech world’s most cutting edges: artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles. Computer scientist Fei-Fei Li and mechanical engineer Chris Gerdes spoke about their work pushing the boundaries of what machines can do, and the many ways that our lives will be impacted by interactions with technology in the very near future – if not today.

Li outlined some of the major advances that have pushed AI research forward in the years since she entered the field in 2000, a period in which data collection and computing power flourished and “started to converge in a way that most people didn’t expect.” After touching on her seminal work in automated image classification, Li moved on to some of her current projects “using AI to play the guardian angel role in health care.” For instance, she’s working on how sensors installed in senior living facilities can balance care with independence, and track living behaviors such as motion patterns, social activity, nutrition intake and sleep patterns – all of which could help early detection of things like dementia. “This is why I call it a guardian angel. It’s quiet, it’s continuous, it doesn’t interrupt your life, but it’s there for you and providing the help when needed.”

As a leader in the field of self-driving cars, Gerdes said he’s confident that we can soon give cars the skills of the very best human drivers, and maybe even better than that. The bigger issues, he said, have more to do with designing public policies for self-driving cars and asking questions like whether we program automated vehicles to do what humans do or what the law says. And we can’t afford to put these questions off. “The proliferation of this technology will be much faster than people realize,” Gerdes said. “The real risk is how do we make sure that it’s accessible, affordable, sustainable transportation for everyone.”

Li and Gerdes agreed that the question is less whether artificial intelligence and smart machines will happen, but rather what we need to do to responsibly prepare for them. “With the speed of technology improving, the age of humans and machines coworking and coexisting together has begun,” Li said. “And this is more reason to invest in more basic science research, from technology to laws to moral philosophy and ethics to really give us guidance in terms of how humans can coexist with machines.”

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Should we be excited or fearful about the potential of Artificial Intelligence?
Dr John Lennox, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics at Oxford University and the author of numerous books including “Can Science Explain Everything?”, joins us as we consider how Christians can engage in the discussion on AI.

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The AI revolution is moving at a breakneck speed. Organizations are beginning to invest in innovative ways to monetize their data through the use of artificial intelligence. However, what most businesses fail to understand is that for positive business outcomes, AI needs to be used in conjunction with human intelligence. To that effect, what does the process of combining human and machine intelligence look like in practice?

Join Judith Hurwitz and Dan Kirsch for an hour-long webinar as they discuss weak augmentation vs. strong augmentation, and identify how organizations can rethink business processes through the inclusion of data, human learning, and machine learning.

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