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Global Brains Podcast
31 minutes | Nov 18, 2018
AI for Social Good - Neil Sahota / Global Brains #7
In episode 7, we interview Neil Sahota, who is an IBM Master Inventor, a United Nations (UN) Artificial Intelligence (AI) subject matter expert, and Professor at UC Irvine. With the UN, he’s a founding member of their Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Social Good Committee. He is currently writing a book, titled “Uber Yourself Before You Get Kodaked: A Modern Primer on A.I. for the Modern Business.” We talked about AI for Social Good, commercializing while doing good, how to overcome challenges with data gathering, and how blockchain technology might help. Lastly, we briefly discussed skill-sets that are going to be important in the next few years.
47 minutes | Sep 5, 2018
Dehumanizing AI and Building Safe Intelligent Systems - Joanna Bryson / Global Brains #6
In episode 6, we interview Joanna Bryson, who is a leading AI specialist and an Associate Professor in the Department of Computing at the University of Bath and an affiliate at Princeton. According to her blog, Joanna is interested in “Everything”, which is represented by her work on Artificial Intelligence, Human Intelligence, ethics, culture and collaborative cognition.
22 minutes | Aug 22, 2018
Prediction Machines meet Judgment - Joshua Gans / Global Brains #5
In episode 5 we talk to Joshua Gans, who is a Professor of Strategic Management and holder of the Chair of Technical Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. He is also the Chief Economist of the Creative Destruction Lab. Joshua has written various books ranging from general economics, the disruption dilemma to applying principals from economics to parenting. In today's episode, we talk about his latest book, "Prediction Machines: The Simple Economics of Artificial Intelligence", which explains what AI means for businesses, policy-makers, and society in general.
13 minutes | Aug 1, 2018
How to Become a Polyglot with the Help of AI - Ehsan Allahyar Parsa / Global Brains #4
How to learn 10 languages in a more efficient and fun way? Today we spoke to Ehsan Allahyar Parsa who is a Polyglot speaking multiple languages fluently and he is also the CEO of a startup called Rootify that leverages Artificial Intelligence to help you learn a new language or even multiple languages.
22 minutes | Jul 27, 2018
When Machines Surpass Human Intelligence - Roman Yampolskiy / Global Brains #3
What can happen when Artificial Intelligence surpasses Human Intelligence? What are the dangers of AI right now and in the future? What is the impact of AI on jobs and why do we need to redefine work? These are some of the questions, we tried to answer talking to Dr. Roman Yampolskiy, a leading expert on AI Safety with more than 100 papers published in recent years. A mind-boggling episode.
39 minutes | Jul 19, 2018
Behavioural Data Science for Better Decisions - Jim Guszcza - Global Brains #2
A mind-extending talk with Jim Guszcza, US Chief Data Scientist at Deloitte Consulting, about human behavior, cognitive biases, our unique human strengths, choice architecture and how "Nudging" in combination with algorithmic power can help us to make better decisions both from a business perspective and in our personal lives.
22 minutes | Jul 12, 2018
What Robots Can Teach Us - Hiroshi Ishiguro / Global Brains #1
Welcome to our first episode, where we spoke with Prof. Ishiguro about his vision, why he could not accept his Geminoid in the beginning and the role of his hairdryer when it comes to developing new ideas.
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