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Artificial Intelligence 2018: Build the Most Powerful AI

Two months ago we discovered that a very new kind of AI was invented.

And in a very simple implementation, it is able to do an exact same thing that Google Deep Mind did in their accomplishment last year  - which is to train an AI to walk and run across a field.

The comprised list — 5 top AI videos

We have been used to machines doing physical work since the industrial revolution but AI is heading towards a future of doing the “thinking work — planning, strategizing and making decisions.” (“Marr, B.”) A

common misconception is to believe AI is solely about creating automation, because it extends further towards the augmentation of human decision making and interactions.

AI is rapidly growing due to developments in algorithm design, improved computing power and of course the most significant of them all: advancements in big data.

Its driving incredible economic value: Input to response mappings: Most value of AI is driven by one type of AI: supervised learning — using AI to figure out a relatively simple A (input) to B (output) mapping — so for example giving an email and telling whether it is spam or not — or providing an audio clip and providing its transcripts.

Data: For example, in speech recognition massive amounts of data is required or in face recognition (the research papers with largest training included around 15–200 million images).

Regarding the fear of AI, Andrew noticed a so-called “anti-virtuous circle of AI hype”, where the fear actually drives funding but the funding goes to anti-evil AI, leading to the results of that funding driving back to the evil AI hype.

Regarding product management, it becomes more important for product managers to work together with engineers in figuring out AI that is feasible, while at the same time being something users love.

Click here to watch the video This video begins with an introduction to a board game named “Go”, arguably being the most complex board game in existence, being played since 2,500 years.

Alphago was trained using human data from Go games and learned the techniques used by running through millions of games, while even creating new techniques that no one had ever seen.

Even though this is already impressive enough, after 1 year of Alphago’s victory, a new AI named AlphagoZero had beat the original Alphago by 100/0 games in a row.

The fascinating part is that AlphagoZero had learned to play with zero human interaction and therefore was not restricted to human knowledge — surpassing 2,500 years of strategy/knowledge in only 40 days — simply playing against itself.

The thought being raised: If AlphagoZero learned how to play without any human interaction, made up strategies of its own and then beat us using those — that would imply that there is more non-human knowledge about Go then there is human knowledge.

It argues that as more and more data becomes available it becomes too difficult for a human to process this — which is where machine learning comes in handy.

The biological neurons in a brain operate at about 200 hertz, while modern transistors (electrical neurons) operate at over 2 gigahertz.

And what would be its incentive to do so?” This where the video addresses HGI, meaning “strong AI”, as being one of the most significant AI’s — eventually leading to what is known as technological singularity, where artificial intelligence becomes so advanced to the point of an extreme explosion of new knowledge and information — some that humans might not be able to understand.

Super intelligent AI would continuously improve upon itself, becoming smarter in a shorter amount of time and since this process is repeated, it will become faster each time too.

If we were to ask an AI to solve world hunger — the easiest result presented would be to kill all life on the planet so that nothing would ever be hungry — but of course that’s not a solution!

Once machines advance to this stage, they will begin to improve themselves, moving forward to a so-called “intelligence explosion” risking that the process could get away from us.

Machines should be able to think about a million times faster than the minds that built these machines, as electronic circuits function about a million times faster than biochemical ones.

“How could we even understand, much less constrain, a mind making this sort of progress?” Harris addresses compelling thoughts about AI and the future, aiming to make the audience think about these questions because there is yet no absolute answer.

Now would be a good time to make sure it’s a god we can live with.” Click here to watch the video This video shows a practical example of an AI Assistant, called Google Duplex.

If you come to think about, there are so many challenges during phone calls, including: loud background noises, sound quality issues, accented speech, and even different meanings depending on the context.

If you want to read more about this in detail, check out this blog post: Click here to watch the video IBM Watson is an artificial intelligence system, being among the most well known world-wide and also one of the most advanced systems.

For example: when streaming services compare what one listener likes with others having similar tastes, allowing the system to recommend new music to the user.

For example when helping insurance companies: Instead of analyzing the images of a damaged car, the AI can judge/understand the car model and detect the damage, even being as detailed as a broken exhaust.

Watson’s transfer learning is a 3-layered AI model: For example for home insurance companies: However, massive companies like IBM, that build AI systems, are of course doing it for their benefit to make money, therefore investing in R&D to be up-to-date on the cutting edge of new technologies.

In this way, ordinary people and smaller businesses can now benefit from AI solutions which might not ordinarily be accessible to them.” (“”) Click here to watch the video Don’t forget to check out Tanmay Bakshi (world’s youngest IBM Watson coder) explaining the IBM artificial intelligence: We hope you enjoyed this article!

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