The Future of Artificial Intelligence And Its Impact On Society 2018
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Understanding artificial intelligence and machine learning is something that has been on the minds of scientists for several decades!
But the future of ai and it's impart on society, is still in question! particularly how we use artificial intelligence 2018 and the future of artificial intelligence in business and artificial intelligence in movies can be a mad comparison!
So how do we use artificial intelligence today? Well we go over some of the most successful businesses and talk about the modern use of machine learning 2018
A lot of people ask "artificial intelligence is this real?" well many companies use artificial intelligence all the time, we just don't see it as we want to see it!
As we approach the singularity, that is when things really take off! What is the singularity? Wait and find out in the next video!
There are many artificial intelligence companies and the artificial intelligence future is bright!
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💥Hawking's death has really brought this debate to light! I honestly believe there is reason in time to be afraid. Would AI be enslaved by humanity? Would AI come to a conclusion that we are inferior? I don't know... but could be scary... or wonderful!!!!
I think its going to be interesting! I just saw Ready Player One, it brought wonderful insights to what Humans and AI are capable of creating! I also believe and totally interested in singularity...string...multiverse theories! What video specifically is that? Is it posted already? I would love to see it!
Every morning my Mom comes out to the living room and I hear "Alexa.... what's the weather like today?" "Alexa.... what time is it?" "Alexa.... what's my horoscope?" LOL Technology will take over the wooooorld! :D
Should we be scared of AI? Yes and no. If the intelligence was able to learn as it went, it would be able to make more sound decisions based on probability, but completely lack the ability to empathize. But that is, of course, speaking in larger scale. In smaller scale, our technology advances in the last 25 years have been phenomenal. In less than 10 years, a mobile phone camera went from less than 1 megapixel to now being around 12 megapixel. Digital cameras themselves from a decade ago were around 5 and 6 megapixel. The perception of failure in the technology sector comes from high demand, increased expectations and shorter development times to achieve market launch dates. Remember that there was a time when, if using mobile devices as a model, that people did not change their phones every year. It was not uncommon to keep one for 4 or 5 years. Now every consumer is racing for the next new device and every manufacturer is racing for the next improvement over current models. I am old enough to remember dial up internet, instant messenger, pagers, how amazing Super Nintendo was when it launched, dot matrix displays, palm pilots, Polaroid cameras and Sony Walkmans. Now we have Virtual Reality games, robotic automated assembly lines, phones that do anything, cars that drive themselves and the ability to order anything on the internet and know when it will arrive. When stuff like that fails, it is usually because we want it now and refuse to wait for it to truly be ready.
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Interesting topic and video styling was great. I will beg to differ, I am a tech guy by trade and IBM Watson is doing some amazing things in the health care space, including to help diagnose and recommend treatments protocols for patients.
I dont think we should be scared right now. Advanced AI could have a huge impact in diagnosing diseases like Heart disease more accurately than doctors. Maybe they can even help us find vaccines and cures to, I do know that Elon Musk wants us to be concerned with advancing AI to quickly.
very cool vid ryan!!
lol, seriously AI has no practical use, when we say Ai, the first thing that comes in the mind is JARVIS or smthing like that
honestly, its not gonna work, wat we seek is artificial behaviour, like, we dont want the computer to do things on their own, we want them to work according to us. and do repetitive work, instead of inovative work
everything around us is artificial behaviour, not intellegence, an intellegent thing have sm IQ and logic
well, AI (not artificial behaviour) has only one sole practical use, to save human lives, by sacrificing their own, goin to research places, space exploration, curing plague in a contaminated area,
places where human intellegence is required but sending one is dangerous
they should not working as a sex toy
and they should not be commercial, cuz
and bout ai in the digital world, i have no idea, lol, it works so fine as a probability calculator that helps to increase sales and stuff. or smthing like siri that helps to manage daily stuff (kinda)
a bot was developed that can be teached like ppl teach a child, it was innovative, but have no practical use cuz we already have so many unemployed ppl and we just wanna increase that number by "teaching" robots instead of "human childs"
lol, its a very arguable topic
AI DEFFO HAS NO USE AS SMTHIN LIKE JARVIS
Growing up in the 80’s and 90’s I couldn’t imagine the technology that we have now - can only imagine my kids will say the same thing when they are my age! But unless it actually serves a purpose, there is no point for it e.g the hover board which never has really come to life hahaha - great vid Ryan!
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I welcome change but only change that promotes more positive then negative results. A.I.'s expansion depends upon the Intelligence of the ones creating it, If the ones creating it are more focused upon greed then the expansion of the human race as a whole then we are all F'd in the A per-say.
My Daddy has had a flip phone forever and if it breaks, he buys a new one. Which is every month. He has bought a Samsung and some other name LG and the next day decided he couldn't work them and they live in Their brand new boxes.
The advance of technology becomes faster as we approach new generations, it is so fast that it is impossible to think fast 20 years ago O.O nothing to do with the concept of current speed It is scary! Like, compa! \^0^/ and sorry for my english >.<
The problem with AI is we can't seem to construct it without it either stealing our data, or having the possibility to eventually learn too much. And uh...I'm good without the Terminator 3 scenario. It would be cool but there's too many unknowns at this point. Plus companies just end up using it for their own ends rather than the benefit of consumers. Put simply, humans are rubbish and we're not good at stuff.
Hi Ryan, firstly, thanks for visiting and subscribing to my channel. I loved Startrek when I was a kid and still do. A practical application would be assistant teacher robots in classrooms. I love my Alexa. hahaha, yup, you can go to Walmart in pjs and no one would notice. Of course I subscribed. YOu did your research my friend. I could watch your video 5 times and learn something new each time. See you in the next one!
it's interesting to see what's advanced beyond our expectations vs. what's not there yet. if you had told me 20 years ago that i'd be complaining about the lag on a device that sits in my pocket that allows me to connect to millions of people/send texts/play scrabble, i'd have scoffed. - D
Great video man, very informative as always! AI isn't anywhere near developed enough to function well without human input or interaction. Just look at the continued failure of self-driving cars, among many other forms of technology that are less than helpful in our everyday lives. The potential is there, but not even close to practical. Yet.
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