Ted interviews Jacob Ward, former editor of Popular Science, journalist at many outlets. Jake’s article about the book he’s writing: Black Box Jake’s website JacobWard.com Implicit bias tests at Harvard We discuss the idea that we’re currently using narrow AIs to inform all kinds of decisions, and that we’re trusting those AIs way more than […]
Sane or insane?
There are understandable reasons why accomplished leaders in AI disregard AI risks. We discuss what they might be. Wikipedia’s list of cognitive biases Alpha Zero Virtual Reality recorded January 7, 2017, originally posted to Concerning.AI http://traffic.libsyn.com/friendlyai/ConcerningAI-episode-0058-2018-01-07.mp3
We often talk about how know one really knows when the singularity might happen (if it does), when human-level AI will exist (if ever), when we might see superintelligence, etc. Back in January, we made up a 3 number system for talking about our own predictions and asked our community on facebook to play along […]
Great voice memos from listeners led to interesting conversations.
3rd in a series about future of current narrow AIs.
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