Visual intelligence is the concept that we see more than we can process and it’s the idea of thinking about what we see, taking in the information and what do we really need to live our lives more purposefully and do our jobs more effectively. What I ask the people… Continue Reading Take This Perception Test to See How Visually Intelligent You Are | Amy Herman

Consciousness is perhaps the biggest riddle in nature. Stripped to its core meaning, consciousness is what allows us to be aware both of our surroundings and of our own inner state. But thinking about consciousness has this habit of taking us round in circles. We all intuitively know what consciousness… Continue Reading The Origin of Consciousness – How Unaware Things Became Aware

When a child doesn’t receive natural language patterns and natural language social interactions that are actually meaningful, we see that it has a really devastating impact on development of language and learning to read. What the human brain needs is experience with the patterns of language from ages six months… Continue Reading Artificial Intelligence is helping babies develop language

Currently I think there are eight intelligences that I’m very confident about and a few more that I’ve bene thinking about. I’ll share that with our audience. The first two intelligences are the ones which IQ tests and other kind of standardized tests valorize and as long as we know… Continue Reading 8 Intelligences: Are You a Jack of All Trades or a Master of One? | Howard Gardner

(speaking in foreign language) – [Presenter] Teachers at this primary school in China– (speaking in foreign language) know exactly when someone isn’t paying attention. (speaking in foreign language) These headbands measure each student’s level of concentration. The information is then directly sent to the teacher’s computer and to parents. (upbeat… Continue Reading How China Is Using Artificial Intelligence in Classrooms | WSJ

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

(speaking in foreign language) – [Presenter] Teachers at this primary school in China– (speaking in foreign language) know exactly when someone isn’t paying attention. (speaking in foreign language) These headbands measure each student’s level of concentration. The information is then directly sent to the teacher’s computer and to parents. (upbeat… Continue Reading How China Is Using Artificial-Intelligence In Classrooms | WSJ

[MUSIC]>>Our cultural heritage as individuals, communities, and countries provides a link to where we came from and informs us about where we want to go.>>It’s embodied in the people we know, the languages we speak, the places we visit, and the historical artifacts that we hold dear.>>But as new technology… Continue Reading Microsoft announces AI for Cultural Heritage initiative

My name is Jackie Cheung, I’m a faculty member at McGill University and the MILA Research Institute. My research area is in natural language processing. This is the subfield of artificial intelligence that is concerned with human language. The overall goal of my research is to produce systems that can… Continue Reading Dr. Jackie Cheung – Using AI to understand text and speech