The next generation of artificial intelligence may be sitting right beneath you, at least if furniture maker Ikea has any say in the matter. The Swedish furniture company’s “future-living” research lab in Copenhagen, Denmark, called Space10, is conducting a survey to understand what people want when it comes to “smart” furniture. Artificial intelligence (AI) is creeping into more aspects of people’s daily lives. Self-driving cars … Continue reading Lights On, Sven! Ikea Surveys People on AI-Based Furniture
Researchers describe the ‘emotional chatting machine’ as a first attempt at the problem of creating machines that can fully understand user emotion An “emotional chatting machine” has been developed by scientists, signalling the approach of an era in which human-robot interactions are seamless and go beyond the purely functional. The chatbot, developed by a Chinese team, is seen as a significant step towards the goal … Continue reading Human-robot interactions take step forward with ’emotional’ chatbot
Royal Society urges government to build AI skills across industries Machine learning will become a core part of the digital economy in the UK, according to a new report by the Royal Society. The organisation called for action in several key areas over the next five to 10 years to create an environment of “careful stewardship” that can help ensure that “the dividends from machine … Continue reading Royal Society: UK must support machine learning sector
The following principles were developed in conjunction with the 2017 Asilomar conference (videos here), through the process described here. Important information: These principles are not the final version! They are the first draw according to a conference held in 2017 in Asilomar Artificial intelligence has already provided beneficial tools that are used every day by people around the world. Its continued development, guided by … Continue reading AI PRINCIPLES – a first draw
IN BRIEF According to expert Ben Ross, human-level AI is something that we will see in our lifetime, and we’d better be prepared for it — because whether it will be a force of good or destruction is actually in our hands. What happens when computers achieve a human level of artificial intelligence (AI)? Ben Ross, MYOB’s User Experience and Product Management leader, believes that … Continue reading AI With Human-Level Intelligence Will Be Walking the Streets by 2040
Definition of machine learning Machine learning is a type of artificial intelligence (AI) that provides computers with the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed. Machine learning focuses on the development of computer programs that can change when exposed to new data. The process of machine learning is similar to that of data mining. Both systems search through data to look for patterns. However, instead … Continue reading Machine learning vs Human learning
In the talk, Eliezer Yudkowsky introduces some open technical problems in AI alignment and discuss the bigger picture into which they fit, as well as what it’s like to work in this relatively new field. In his article on MIRI, he provided an abridged transcript of the talk, with some accompanying slides. Source: https://intelligence.org/2016/12/28/ai-alignment-why-its-hard-and-where-to-start/ Continue reading AI Alignment: Why It’s Hard, and Where to Start
We would like to know your opinion about the 3 laws that are mentioned in the movie I, Robot They were speaking about the basic 3 laws for robots: 1 A robot may not injure a human being or through inaction allow a human being to come to harm. 2 A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders … Continue reading POLL: Do you agree with the 3 laws from I, Robot?
As AI is classified as an existential threat, we have a strong opinion, that only having a conversation about this topic as far not enough. We believe, that the situation of facing the biggest threat of mankind is at the same time the biggest chance to come together for the very first time and decide united about the future of our all lives. This … Continue reading Max Tegmark – The most central question
What a strange question We are a little bit confused about this question. As we are creating everything, we are also in the position to define the use and the direction of our achievements. Interestingly, we are creating things with full enthusiasm first and realise only afterwards that we should have been thinking more about it. We are wondering, when do we start learning, that … Continue reading Max Tegmark – What can we do about AI..?