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

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

this is Hatsune Miku she is a hologram and this is Akihiko Kondo her husband hello hello you look like in today I love compliments miku is a simple form of artificial intelligence and for Kondo it was a case of love at first sight Miku has become a legitimate… Continue Reading Artificial intelligence and its ethics | DW Documentary

Hey Siri do you have a soul? Sorry. I’ve been advised not to discuss my existential status. Wait but what’s the real answer? Because arguably this is what we want all of AI right? What do we want out of AI? Something informative, something that responds to what I say… Continue Reading Lifelike, Emotionally Responsive AI

I’m James. I’m a writer and artist, and I make work about technology. I do things like draw life-size outlines of military drones in city streets around the world, so that people can start to think and get their heads around these really quite hard-to-see and hard-to-think-about technologies. I make… Continue Reading The nightmare videos of childrens’ YouTube — and what’s wrong with the internet today | James Bridle

I want to talk to you tonight about the work that makes all other work possible, about the millions of women who go to work in our homes every single day, caring for children as nannies, caring for our loved ones with disabilities and our elders, as home care workers,… Continue Reading The work that makes all other work possible | Ai-jen Poo

This is Lee Sedol. Lee Sedol is one of the world’s greatest Go players, and he’s having what my friends in Silicon Valley call a “Holy Cow” moment — (Laughter) a moment where we realize that AI is actually progressing a lot faster than we expected. So humans have lost… Continue Reading 3 principles for creating safer AI | Stuart Russell

As patients, we usually remember the names of our doctors, but often we forget the names of our nurses. I remember one. I had breast cancer a few years ago, and somehow I managed to get through the surgeries and the beginning of the treatment just fine. I could hide… Continue Reading A tribute to nurses | Carolyn Jones

Is there a border we will never cross? Are there places we will never reach, no matter how hard we try? Turns out there are. Even with science fiction technology, we are trapped in our pocket of the Universe. How can that be? And, how far can we go? We… Continue Reading How Far Can We Go? Limits of Humanity.

Hey guys what’s up it’s Charlie here and today we’re going to be looking at ten jobs that won’t exist in ten years let me give you guys some free career advice do not get any of the jobs we’re gonna list on this video the reason is because technology… Continue Reading 10 Jobs That Won’t Exist In 10 Years