How will AI change the world?
Explore the current limitations of artificial intelligence and the possibility of creating human-compatible technology. — In the coming years, artificial intelligence is probably going to change your life— and likely the entire world. But people have a hard time agreeing…
Explore the current limitations of artificial intelligence and the possibility of creating human-compatible technology.
In the coming years, artificial intelligence is probably going to change your life— and likely the entire world. But people have a hard time agreeing on exactly how AI will affect our society. Can we build AI systems that help us fix the world? Or are we doomed to a robotic takeover? Explore the limitations of artificial intelligence and the possibility of creating human-compatible technology.
This video is based on interview excerpts from the Radio Davos Podcast. The episode is called, “The promises and perils of AI – Stuart Russell on Radio Davos”.
Listen to the full episode here: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2022/01/artificial-intelligence-stuart-russell-radio-davos
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