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How to Get Smart Right Now About AI

Learn what you need to know right now to get smart about AI with our podcasts featuring industry experts across AI.

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How to Get Smart Right Now About AI

  1. 1. How to Get Smart Right Now About AI
  2. 2. AI is driven by deep learning – a technology that’s mysterious even to some of those creating it. AI is remaking everything in the world around us. 1
  3. 3. 2 is to help everyone who needs to get smart about AI get their heads around the topic. And use it as a new way to look at the world it’s changing. The AI Podcast…
  4. 4. 2 Featuring Industry experts across AI … The AI podcast is hosted by tech journalist Michael Copeland, who wrote for WIRED and Fortune. 3 Michael Copeland Tech Journalist Lynn Richards CEO/President Congress for New Urbanism Mike Senese Executive Editor Make: Magazine Kris Hammond Chief Scientist Narrative Science
  5. 5. The History of the AI Boom “50 years ago, artificial intelligence was a research topic. It was something people in academia and economic organizations were testing to create machines to perform tasks at human-level accuracy. The dreams at that time, of androids and robots, generated interesting ideas but nothing amounted out of it.” 4 Will Ramey Director of Developer Marketing, NVIDIA Hear more on the AI podcast Listen Now
  6. 6. The first examples of AI being used were based on trying to solve games. Simple, logic-based applications. People were training machines to play checkers, tic-tac toe, and other games. 5 “As with most things in science, we had to start with baby steps and incremental approaches.” Hear more on the AI podcast Listen Now
  7. 7. 6 Where is AI Going Next? “We’re at a point now where computers are actually better at recognizing objects in images than a person is … This opens up possibilities for people to do things that we couldn’t conceive of before such as speech recognition and wearable computing. We’ll know AI really works when we hardly notice it at all.” Bryan Catanzaro Vice President, Applied Deep Learning Research Hear more on the AI podcast Listen Now
  8. 8. 7 AI is Beginning to Reshape Our Cities “There are tech firms that already are in the process of designing cities and are hiring coders and all other realms of tech folk, but not engaging with urban planners or designers. We are on the verge of a disruption.“ Lynn Richards President/CEO, Congress for New Urbanism Hear more on the AI podcast Listen Now
  9. 9. 8 How AI is Revolutionizing Driving “We are training our system to understand the environment with cameras and using that information on how to recognize pedestrians, cars, trucks, or bicyclists. There are also a variety of sensors to gain different types of information and combine those to accurately discern the environment.” Danny Shapiro Senior Director of Automotive, NVIDIA Hear more on the AI podcast Listen Now
  10. 10. 9 And Turning Kiddie Cars into Autonomous Racers … “This has only been possible in the last few years, as sensors are now good enough and cheap enough to be used on small vehicles. Now, is the best time to start experimenting in creating cars cheaper than $1000.” Jim Burke Graphic Artist/Founder, Power Racing Series Hear more on the AI podcast Listen Now
  11. 11. 10 AI is Tackling Common Household Tasks “Technology is finally hitting a point, where consumers have access to this type of capability. We did a project using computer vision that can detect a cat and entertain it with a laser pointer. Once the cat leaves, the laser would recognize that and turn off.” Mike Senese Executive Editor, Make: Magazine Hear more on the AI podcast Listen Now
  12. 12. 11 And even Crafting Beer, Chocolate, Wine, Coffee … “We need a way to programmatically measure and develop systems to record taste. And then save this till the next season comes around. Does it taste the same? Does it taste worse? Or does it taste better? Your memory is incredible faulty and we need consistency in a brand’s taste.” Jason Cohen Founder, Gastrograph Hear more on the AI podcast Listen Now
  13. 13. 12 How AI will eventually Teach Us “The solution isn’t just to look for our own biases when training AIs, but to understand our own limitations, and train AIs to help us all see past them. And having machines help us — because there are people who understand who we are and how we are and how we think — and actually design those machines to really cater to the best of us, that actually is absolutely doable.” Kris Hammond Chief Scientist, Narrative Science Hear more on the AI podcast Listen Now
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