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Machine Intelligence Strategy for the United States

The United States is at the precipice of a defining moment in history. Over the past five years, progress in machine intelligence (MI) has...

China’s New Silk Road: Politics, Ambition, and Opportunity

Dr. May-yi Shaw explores the revival of the ancient Silk Road, meeting businesses and entrepreneurs looking to benefit from the trillions of dollars of...

Why We Fell For Clean Eating

Written By: Bee Wilson In the spring of 2014, Jordan Younger noticed that her hair was falling out in clumps. “Not cool” was her reaction. At...

Intuition Vs Rationality

Can we trust our intuitions? Daniel Kahneman reveals where we can and cannot trust instincts, exploring the machinery of the mind and the two...

How To Handle Burnout in Athletes

Written By: Timothy Neal, MS, ATC, LAT Assistant Professor/Clinical Education Coordinator Concordia University Ann ArborThe pressure of being a successful athlete entails non-stop activity of games,...

Privacy, Law and Ethics in Augmented Reality

How will augmented reality shape the legal and ethical norms of our society? Will AR represent the death of privacy, or its rebirth? Where...

Unmanned & Autonomous Systems And Emerging Weapons Technologies

Dr. Paul Scharre, Fellow and Director of the 20yy Warfare Initiative at the Center for a New American Security, leads a discussion called "Unmanned...

Promise and Perils of AI – Osmar Zaiane [Playlist]

Dr. Osmar Zaiane presents Problems and Perils of AI Part I on January 21, 2014 in the Technology and Future of Medicine course at...

The Long-Term Future of (Artificial) Intelligence – Prof. Stuart Russell

The Centre for the Study of Existential Risk is delighted to host Professor Stuart J. Russell (University of California, Berkeley) for a public lecture...

Davos 2015; A Brave New World and Advances in Artificial Intelligence

Davos 2015; A Brave New World and Advances in Artificial Intelligence

AI, Its Metaphors, and Their Mutations – Hamid Ekbia

ABSTRACTThat human cognition is inherently metaphorical is as much a fact of ordinary thinking as it is of science and engineering, where metaphors loom...

The Possibility of Artificial Consciousness – Murray Shanahan

One way a scientist might set about building a conscious artefact is to attempt to make a near perfect simulation of the brain of...

Ethics of Advanced AGI – AGI 2011: The Future of AGI...

The Future of AGI Workshop Part I - Ethics of Advanced AGI Workshop Intro: Ben GoertzelSteve Omohundro, Design Principles for a Safe and Beneficial AGI...

Irene Pepperberg on Parrot Intelligence and Animal Ethics

Animal intelligence and ethics by Dr. Irene Pepperberg at Singularity Summit 2010.(Source: YouTube | SingularitySummit)

Steve Omohundro Autonomous Technology and the Greater Human Good

Next generation technologies will make at least some of their decisions autonomously. Self-driving vehicles, rapid financial transactions, military drones, and many other applications will...
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