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Kranzberg's 6 Laws of Technology; Ogburns Law of Lag; Amara's Law; Kaku Caveman Law; Asimov's Laws of Robotics; discusses the 12 disruptive technologies, mobile internet, cloud technology, genomics, advanced materials, automation of knowledge work, advanced robotics, autonomous vehicles, 3D printing, renewable energy

Kranzberg's 6 Laws of Technology; Ogburns Law of Lag; Amara's Law; Kaku Caveman Law; Asimov's Laws of Robotics; discusses the 12 disruptive technologies, mobile internet, cloud technology, genomics, advanced materials, automation of knowledge work, advanced robotics, autonomous vehicles, 3D printing, renewable energy

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5 IT Artifical Intelligence 2022.pptx

  1. 1. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Juan Martin Guasch
  2. 2. All works with routine functions will be automated!
  3. 3. All works with routine function will be automated, and will be robotized!
  4. 4. TOP 20 MOVIES ABOUT AI and BIG DATA (1) Blade Runner (1992) (11) Ex Machina (2) Westworld (1973) (12) Chappie (3) 2001: Space Odyssey (13) I, Robot (4) Moon (2009) (14) Interstellar (5) The Matrix (1999) (15) Her (6) Star Wars (1997) (16) Moneyball (7) Star Trek: Generations (1994) (17) Margin Call (8) The Terminator (1984) (18) Minority Report (9) Robocop (1987) (19) The Imitation Game (10) Wall-E (20) A Beautiful Mind (11) AI (21) 21
  5. 5. Some of us might be thinking of these robots
  6. 6. (1) Mobile Internet • The internet as accessed by means of a smartphone or other mobile device; audio and visual matter more than ever now, especially as more of the world gains access to stable high-speed mobile internet.
  7. 7. G = GPRS General Packet Radio Service E = EDGE Enhanced Data Rates for GSM H = HSPA High Speed Packet Access HSDPA High-Speed Downlink Packet Access WCDMA Wide-band Code- Division Multiple Access
  8. 8. (2) Cloud Technology Types of Cloud Computing
  9. 9. (3) Next-Gen Genomics Application of NGS Technology In Pharmaceutics A genome is an organism’s complete set of genetic instructions
  10. 10. (4) Advanced Materials Any new or significantly improved material that provides a distinct advantage in (physical or functional) performance when compared to conventional materials
  11. 11. (5) Automation of Knowledge Work The use of computers to perform tasks that rely on complex analyses, subtle judgments, and creative problem solving
  12. 12. (6) Advanced Robotics • Sony Aibo • Honda Asimo • Toyota THR3 • Boston Dynamics Spot • Samsung Bot Retail • Houston Mechatronics Aquanaut • Osaka University CB2 • Hanson Robotics Sophia
  13. 13. (7) Energy Storage Energy storage is defined as the conversion of electrical energy from a power network into a form in which it can be stored until converted back to electrical energy. Thermal energy technologies
  14. 14. (8) Advanced Oil & Gas Exploration & Recovery Exploration and production is the early stage of energy production, which includes searching and extracting oil and natural gas. ... The oil and gas deposits are extracted from the wells, stored temporarily, and eventually shipped via a pipeline to a refinery.
  15. 15. (9) Internet of Things (IoT) The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to a system of interrelated, internet-connected objects that are able to collect and transfer data over a wireless network without human intervention
  16. 16. (10) Autonomous Vehicles An autonomous car is a vehicle capable of sensing its environment and operating without human involvement.
  17. 17. (11) 3D Printing
  18. 18. (12) Renewable Energy • The most popular renewable energy sources currently are: • Solar energy • Wind energy • Hydro energy • Tidal energy • Geothermal energy • Biomass energy
  19. 19. AI vs ROBOTICS AI ROBOTICS Intelligence demonstrated by machines, similar to the natural intelligence displayed by humans A branch of engineering that involves the conception, design, manufacture and operation of robots AI is the bridge between human intelligence and machine Robotics use AI to improve the functionalities of the robot Applications of AI are Google’s DeepMind; Apple’s Siri and Spotify Robotics is used in applications of medical surgeries, laboratory research and manufacturing
  20. 20. AI vs ROBOTICS AI ROBOTICS AI is the science and engineering of making intelligent machines, especially intelligent computer programs Is a technology that deals with the design and implementation of robots AI is a sub section of computer science that deals with the developments of programs that perform actions similar to human intelligence Robots are programmable machines that can perform actions independently or semi-autonomously AI is to create expert systems that can act as aid to humans, and to enable machines to function with human like intelligence Receives commands or actuate on its own using inbuilt memory Main functional areas of AI: (1) expert systems – to process the digital world efficiently; (2) natural language processing – for social skills and aid; (3) robotics p to create advanced, artificially intelligent, human-like robots; (4) fuzzy logic systems – for observation and implementation, consumer aid, logical reasoning Functionalities: (1) robots have mechanical structure and design to complete tasks; (2) robots have electrical parts to power and control various actuations (3) robots have minor computer programs integrated which ensures proper functionality Major applications: gaming, basic language processing, aid systems, vision systems, speech recognition, handwriting recognition Major applications: industries, military, medicine, space or underwater exploration, entertainment
  21. 21. 10 ARITIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ROBOTS STARSHIP DELIVERY PEPPER HUMANOID PENNY RESTAURANT NIMBO SECURITY
  22. 22. 10 ARITIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ROBOTS SHADOW DEXTOROUS HAND MOLEY ROBOTIC KITCHEN SYSTEM FLIPPY ROBOTIC KITCHEN ASSITANT
  23. 23. 10 ARITIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ROBOTS NOMAGIC PICK-AND-PLACE ROBOT CONSTRUCTION SITE MONITORING ROBOTS BY SCALED ROBOTICS PROMOBOT
  24. 24. MYTHS about ROBOTS (1) Robots are a modern invention 400BCE a wooden pigeon capable of flight Petronius Arbiter build a doll that moved like a person 1495 Leonardo da Vinci mechanical night 1557 Giovanni Torriani wooden bot (2) The majority of robots assemble cars Diverse environment: hospitals, labs, energy plants, manufacturing (3) Robots are expensive There are cheap robots (4) Robots will lead to mass unemployment It will also lead new jobs and job creation
  25. 25. MYTHS about ROBOTS (5) Only professionals can build robots there plenty of robot building kits are available online (6) All robots are humanoid robots are defined as machines that do the work of humans, but a humanoid form isn’t always the best design for the task at hand (ex. Bipedal locomotion) (7) Robots are smarter than humans the ability to learn from our experiences, recognize patterns and respond to unfamiliar situations are other necessary measures of intelligence, and robots haven’t caught up to us on those categories
  26. 26. MYTHS about ROBOTS (8) Robots are dangerous robots are already assisting in surgeries, detonating landmines, embarking on search-and-rescue missions; and nanorobots that could be used to fight disease within our bodies (9) Robots have feelings robots lack self-awareness and a nervous system, these gut instincts are 100 percent false (10) Breakthroughs in robotics are made by lone geniuses large team collaborating over long periods of time (11) Artificial intelligence is a far-off dream of all the known AIs none of these cases approach human-level cognition
  27. 27. MYTHS about AI Myth #1 Artificial Intelligence will replace all jobs Myth #2 Artificial Intelligence will outpace human intelligence Myth #3 AI will lead to destruction and enslavement Myth #4 You need data scientists and machine learning experts to use artificial intelligence Myth #5 AI technologies can understand and solve any new problems like the human brain does Myth #6 True Artificial Intelligence exist
  28. 28. Thank you Brilliant! Thank you Lido de Paris Hotel! Thank you AHToMP! Thank you students and faculty for your time!
  29. 29. Activities • In the movie Wall-E, what is the meaning of EVE? • What is the difference between AI and a Robot? • Using pictures, explain the Laws of Asimov on Robotics. • How does a Biomass Energy works? • Using your cellphone, in a minute and a half, describe the concept of the Internet of Things (videorecorded)
  30. 30. REFERENCES • https://www.dataversity.net/five-myths-about-artificial-intelligence/ • https://www.swoknews.com/opinion/wannabe-wired-true-artificial- intelligence-doesnt-exist-yet/article_06ab1f0b-165d-553a-9f1f- 582541dbf774.html • https://en.unesco.org/courier/2018-3/artificial-intelligence-between- myth-and-reality
  31. 31. REFERENCES • https://www.dataversity.net/five-myths-about-artificial-intelligence/ • https://www.skyfilabs.com/blog/difference-between-robotics-and- artificial-intelligence • https://www.intellspot.com/artificial-intelligence-robots/ • https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/90282/11-common- misconceptions-about-robots
  32. 32. REFERENCES • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A.I._Artificial_Intelligence • https://towardsdatascience.com/top-20-movies-about-machine- learning-ai-and-data-science-8382d408c8c3 • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_artificial_intelligence_films • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dfUbRDSeOI • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1ja9VlZZmM
  33. 33. • https://www.pega.com/system/files/resources/2019-11/pega-ai- empathy-study.pdf?_rid=YToxOntzOjM6Im5pZCI7czo1OiI3NTIzNiI7fQ- - &utm_source=google&utm_content=pcrid|482183887891|pkw|kwd - 20061192138|pmt|b|pdv|c|&utm_medium=cpc&WorkEmail=jrguas ch@aims.edu.ph

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