For nearly 40 years, Geoff Hinton has been trying to get computers to learn like people do, a quest almost everyone thought was crazy or at least hopeless - right up until the moment it revolutionized the field. In this Hello World video, Bloomberg Businessweek's Ashlee Vance meets the Godfather of AI.
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Siri I want to Sleep ( in a Hotel) and it know your type of Hotels by credit Card. Or in your House (I will set the timer for 7 Hours or less depend on your לוח שנה) in a Killer Patent. Siri I need to go to the Toilet in the city and it’s silence your Phone even at work in A Patent. Siri I Want a Burger and it find fast food. Even Pizza or a Falafel or Israeli Hummus And Borito or An Chinese or Kyoto or American Food House And it’s know the Prices And Type Of Food And the preference of you and Health and Allergies or if you have Kids or disability like whys to park your Car or enter the restaurant like a Stairs or if it’s full and More depend on Credit Card And העדפות. And Tens More other different things. Or I Want to buy an iPhone X (near you on an Apple Store or like) and if not on Apple site.
Happenned to notice the map identifies upstate NY when apparently pointing out Buffalo, across the pond from TO instead of the real location of the city near Niagara Falls. Americans really don't know geography! lol Otherwise cool vid.
AI has collected so much data from users that it can trick and control people for the future to come. Humans can not run many simultaneous processes as AI can, The main cons are going to be those who have administrative access to AI.
Nahin Khan And what it won't? Even if someone did see the potential of AI becoming something like the SkyNet the world won't let it develop, just like why production of CFCs are limited by the government in developed countries, restrictions on development and testing of nuclear weapons and nuclear powered rockets. It's never the innovation that kills, it's the user. Guns don't kill people, shooters do. Social media doesn't kill people, addiction and depression do. Remember when Henry Ford brought the car into reality? People like you were like, "What's wrong with a horse? What if it breaks down?". During the industrial revolution, when Entrepreneurs brought expensive, heavy machines to replace the work of manual labour, they were met with heavy opposition from the labours. Factory workers said "Too expensive to buy and repair". Just imagine how your life would be if the naysayers had succeeded. Your smartphone alone runs on hundreds of AI algorithms to do what you want to do, like autofill, voice recognition and much more. I really believe that people like you say this because of the fact that you live a bit too long in a realm of fantasy created by the people behind movies like the Terminator and never study, observe and think about what is happening in reality. What are you trying to do? Send us back to the past and live like Cavemen? Recent innovations has done some much for humanity and brought to the top of the food chain. Did you know that the AI in a Tesla car Zedd was driving one night saved his life from becoming a part on an accident? I agree AI can do a lot of damage to humanity if handled carelessly but the pros certainly outnumber the cons. And if a cold-hearted, ruthless AI dictator your nightmare then look at reality. History and public studies have shown that most world leaders score higher psychopathic traits than an average person and every 1 out of 20 CEOs in the world's top companies is a psychopath.
There a bit more history behind the a.i field.
Before it all started of they've used and build their own electronics.
then the computer chip aka the cpu came, Programming language.
The need for faster processing became an oddity from super computers
which been very expensive and to exotic for most university to acces or purchase
and transputers which could be anything from a cluster of dsp and cpu much to novel.
So that stalled the field a bit of and the community that wither due to its less
promising results and seriousness.
It was then with the 32 bit cpu the pentium 2 and 3 special instruction set like SSE.
Those chips and others which then fueled to build servers and gawd the mystery still is why it had not gotten of half way the eighties. Oh wait the ever expanding phone and mobile market.
The market got more focus on the growing phone market to much with switch boards.
But luckily together with that the data market also started to flourish in very small increment steps however it was enough to spur the thing that was called the world wide web to grow even bigger faster better.
And here we are today some call it the rise of a.i but it was already there for decades.
The only thing it needs is the next big thing to fuel and idea and build it as it was supposed to be just as the faster cpu did , servers , switch boards and the internet. Who knows maybe
quantum computing is the next increment.
ISBS ISBS I can answer that. Youtube is a valid platform like any social site. The diversity of its strength are the video's, That said visual versus reading consumptions divers per person one might take in the whole contend or skim it and say I understand or know the subject or say bravo yay that great.
If you're well known in the subject people happly read it find out more for themselves or share what they have to add in addition.
Youtube a powerful platform ask anyone like pewdiepie etc.
How the end of humans started. We will built emergency switched they said. AI wont be smart enough to sabotage it, they said. especially with quantum computers. insert sarcasm here. But with this in mind.. How can we make money of it, create world/universal peace and control all this madness..?
Devin Jump We're on top of the food chain. We kill the highest number of organisms on the planet after viruses. Food crop production is at it's peak in history. Population is growing at an exponential rate (250 births ber minute). Diseases which were once incurable like fever is a no big deal now :P