SOLEDAD: WE’VE TALKED A LOT ABOUT THE GROWTH OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ON THIS PROGRAM FROM THE BIAS OF FACIAL RECOGNITION SOFTWARE USED BY L ENFORCEMENT TO THE IMPACT OF DEEPFAKES, VIDEOS USED TO SPREAD MISINFORMATION AND POTENTIALLY INFLUENCE DEMOCRACY. ANNIE DORSEN IS PUSHING THE LIMITS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE EVEN FURTHER.… Continue Reading A.I. Takes Center Stage: MacArthur Fellowship Winner Annie Dorsen combines tech and theater
We’re six paragraphs in and it knows about this point, I’ve covered the first sentence of this initial paragraph now it’s time to talk about this second sentence of the lead even more surprising to the researchers than the fact that they spoke English and it completely ignored the speaking… Continue Reading More GPT-2, the ‘writer’ of Unicorn AI – Computerphile
In the previous video we were talking about transformers this architecture that uses attention to give Unprecedented ly good performance on sort of language modeling tasks and some other tasks as well but when were looking at language modeling and that was in preparation to make a video about GPG… Continue Reading Unicorn AI – Computerphile
What is attractive about robot Sophia? The most famous android today is probably the Sophia robot. She is invited to attend conferences and television shows. Famous actors pose with her. Large media are interviewing her. She even became the first robot citizen in one of the Arab countries. And what… Continue Reading What’s wrong with Sophia robot?
Translator: Leslie Gauthier Reviewer: Camille Martínez I’m going to talk a little bit about where technology’s going. And often technology comes to us, we’re surprised by what it brings. But there’s actually a large aspect of technology that’s much more predictable, and that’s because technological systems of all sorts have… Continue Reading How AI can bring on a second Industrial Revolution | Kevin Kelly
Chris Anderson: Help us understand what machine learning is, because that seems to be the key driver of so much of the excitement and also of the concern around artificial intelligence. How does machine learning work? Sebastian Thrun: So, artificial intelligence and machine learning is about 60 years old and… Continue Reading What AI is — and isn’t | Sebastian Thrun and Chris Anderson
So today I thought we could talk about this paper that recently came out called AI safety grid world’s which is an indeed mind It’s an example of something that you see quite often in science A sort of a shared data set or a shared environment or a shared… Continue Reading AI Gridworlds – Computerphile
Rana El Kaliouby: When you or I look at this creature we know it’s a dog. But when a computer sees him, all it sees is this… How do I get a computer to recognize that this photo, or this one, or that one, is a photo of a dog?… Continue Reading AI Explained: What Is A Neural Net?
Here’s an idea– even some of the universe belies the only way what seems and something. [DING] Here are program mentions of first, or a comment of a sort of speaking. The most power to know is all makes or the of the fact. Effect of whole, not a complete,… Continue Reading This Episode Was Written by An AI
When I was a kid, I was the quintessential nerd. I think some of you were, too. (Laughter) And you, sir, who laughed the loudest, you probably still are. (Laughter) I grew up in a small town in the dusty plains of north Texas, the son of a sheriff who… Continue Reading Don’t fear superintelligent AI | Grady Booch