artificial intelligence - reflection podcast #2

May 6, 2018

In this reflection podcast, László and I are having a conversation on artificial intelligence (AI). In the beginning, we refer to Chris Paine’s Film on AI. A few quotes from that film:

* Google has 10 Million servers now and is working on an AI platform of 100 Mio servers. Tim Urban: “I’m not even sure that Google knows what it’s becoming."

* David Ferrucci: “In 3-5 years we’ll build a system that learns how to build understanding.”

* Elon Musk:” We’re rapidly moving towards digital superintelligence that far exceeds any human.” [..] ”It’s incredibly important that AI is not the other; it must be us.”

Some content mentioned in the podcast:

[1803.03453v1 The Surprising Creativity of Digital Evolution: A Collection of Anecdotes from the Evolutionary Computation and Artificial Life Research Communities](https://arxiv.org/abs/1803.03453v1)
[What Can Predicting Titanic Deaths Tell Us About the Limits of Artificial Intelligence?](http://www.nyu.edu/about/news-publications/news/2018/march/what-can-predicting-titanic-deaths-tell-us-about-the-limits-of-a.html)
[Teach kids creativity. Ultimately, machines will be better at coding | WIRED UK](http://www.wired.co.uk/article/children-coding-education-change-machine-learning-ai-creativity)
[Robotics Openletter | Open letter to the European Commission](http://www.robotics-openletter.eu/)
[NASA Funds Development Of Autonomous Spacecraft That Uses Blockchain](https://cointelegraph.com/news/nasa-funds-development-of-autonomous-spacecraft-that-uses-blockchain)

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“6000 Years of civilization could lead us only to $400 monthly income”

April 11, 2018

In this podcast, Authentic Organization has a conversation with György Szabó, former CEO of Sanoma Budapest and now supporting Hungarian innovations to be implemented in international markets. We spoke about the role of men & women in society & business; the future of business and about companies as profit generators or being socially driven. Interviewers are Gerard van der Molen and László Kövári. We hope you'll enjoy the podcast.

 

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