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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More Human Than Human
BY TOBY BARNES
@ VOL 2
ON JUN 30, 2011
Toby Barnes discusses machine-learning and goes into depth on the development of robots and artificial intelligence. He speaks on the power of algorithms, and their application to finance, relationships, facial recognition, and what impact this technology will have on our societies.
"Presentation of the Day" on October 17, 2013.
Standing at the Crossroads of Biology, Computation, and Design
BY DAVID BENJAMIN
@ VOL 4
ON MAY 18, 2015
David Benjamin is Principal at The Living, a design firm that brings architecture and design to life — literally. David expounds upon some of the amazing projects his firm uses to combine natural, biological intelligence and artificial intelligence to find new solutions to old problems.
Whether it’s using living mussels and sensors to understand changes in water quality, or growing biodegradable bricks using the root-like structures of mushrooms and agricultural waste, and then building a structure using 10 thousand of these, the projects in action are a small window into our future.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on May 29th, 2017.
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.
The Future: Positively Fantastic?
BY RON VOGLEWEDE
IN ST JOSEPH
Ron Voglewede is the Director of Sustainability at Whirlpool Corporation and will ask the question of The Future, is it Positively Fantastic? He'll cover many perspectives from Sustainability to Artificial Intelligence. Fun fact. Ron is also an avid weather junkie, has worked on weather satellites and has even built his own lake effect model for St. Joseph, Michigan.
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. 21, Jules 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.
Artificially Intelligent - No! - Yes for Real!
Hew Leith gave his PechaKucha at Vol. 17 of the London Series and introduced the audience to IntelligentX, the world's first beer brewed by artificial intelligence which he created with Dr Rob McInerney.
When The Guardian hear about A.I Beer they agreed it may be the first use of AI they feel okay about - "AI might be shaking up life as we know it, but like any good party guest, it’s about bringing the beers. That’s according to the work of London-based company IntelligentX, which is using artificial intelligence to brew the perfect pint"
Right after Hew's talk I know most of the audience were already Googling to find out more - order your own AI Beer here - http://intelligentx.ai/
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.
Sophia Grant, Skills Development Scotland
BY SOPHIA GRANT
@ VOL 35
ON OCT 25, 2018
Over the last two years Sophia Grant has been working in the Service Design and Innovation Directorate at Skills Development Scotland to define the skills that Scotland’s people will need to thrive in the fourth industrial revolution, and to consider how these skills will be embedded in SDS’s apprenticeship qualifications. Before arriving in Scotland, Sophia worked for the New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs where she applied human-centred design to transform public services relating to passports, citizenship and births, deaths and marriages.