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Hongxu Zhang

Data Scientist in Tokyo

Artificial Intelligence and Art

PRESENTED ON MAY 28, 2019
IN TOKYO @ VOL 164

Data Scientist, Hongxu Zhang explores and experiments how artificial intelligence in technology can shape and transform art.

Hongxu Zhangはデータサイエンティスト。人工知能、AIなどの技術革新によってアートはどのように変革していくのかを、じっくり解説してもらう。

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Kunstig intelligens

BY VILLADS CLAES
@ VOL 28 ON FEB 01, 2016

Villads Claes doesn't know a lot about artificial intelligence, but he's deeply fascinated by it. This presentation is his idea of how it would impact our everyday lives.

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You Shouldn't Be Afraid on Artificial Intelligence

BY JASON NARADOWSKY
@ INSPIRED BY JAPAN – POWERED BY PECHAKUCHA ON MAR 23, 2016

Jason Naradowsky and Sebastian Riedel explain why we shoudn't be afraid of AI! Naradowsky and Riedel are passionate about bringing together those on the forefront in the field in Japan and the UK.

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Artificial Intelligence

BY JULES BROVONT
@ VOL 21 ON FEB 16, 2017

In Honor of World Science Day for Peace and Development:

"I don't know what the future of artificial intelligence is, I don't think anybody really does..."

In Artificial Intelligence from PechaKucha Night Madison, WI Vol. 21Jules Brovont will clear away some common misconceptions about what artificial intelligence is, what it isn't, and what its capabilities are. Are you already using AI without realizing it? Where is AI taking us as a society, and how is it already changing our lives? Jules will scratch the surface of these fundamental questions, and catch a glimpse of how this technology is already beginning to shake the foundation of our civilization.

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Accidental Intelligence

BY CHRIS DE JONG
@ VOL 2 ON MAR 01, 2018

Fascinated with the evolution of neural networks and applied learning, Chris de Jong decided to create a twitter bot.

A project with unexpected results, this experiment taught him that creators need to be conscious of the biases that can be transferred and amplified through tech. and the resulting effects on society.

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My Vision on Malaysia's Education System as an Artificial Intelligence practitioner

BY AZNUL SABRI
@ VOL 6 ON AUG 16, 2018

Aznul is an academician that dabbles with AI related business opportunities. He talks here about the intersection between the education system in Malaysia and Ai

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The future of Artificial intelligence and its impact on creativity

BY THOMAS MAZEJIAN
@ VOL 30 ON APR 05, 2019

Thomas Mazejian discusses the future of Artificial intelligence and its impact on creativity.

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Artificial Intelligence

BY VILLADS CLAES
@ VOL 40 ON MAY 22, 2019

Veteran Pecha Kucha-presenter Villads Claes is back for another round. This time he talks about Artificial Intelligence - and his dream for this technology is to build a better Google.

(Please bear in mind that this presentation originally had a lot of animations, that cannot be shown here. Furthermore, we encountered a lot of technical difficulties playing this Slideshow from PowerPoint Online, so the timings will be very off)

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The Genocidal Artificial Intelligence is a Red Herring

BY MATTHEW HURLEY
@ VOL 19 ON JUN 04, 2019

Sci-fi has warned us for decades of the danger posed by a super-intelligent computer network. H.A.L., Replicants, WOPR, Skynet, The Matrix, and others paint a bleak future for careless AI development… But none of these bear even the slightest resemblance to real AI, nor do any of them discuss the current problems that AI is already creating. Let’s dispel some of the superstition and address the real danger.

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The past and future history of Artificial Intelligence

BY PEET DENNY
@ VOL 5 ON AUG 30, 2019

Peet Denny’s talk is about Artificial Intelligence, where did it come from, what does it want from us and where will it take us all next?! Is this group of ideas from mathematicians and psychologists in the 1940s really going to fundamentally change who we are as human beings?