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Kai-Fu Lee on the Future of Artificial Intelligence
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★★★★★ Kai-Fu Lee on the Future of Artificial Intelligence

Kai-Fu Lee is one of the world’s leading Artificial Intelligence experts and a bestselling author. In conversation with Kamal Ahmed, former Editorial Director of the BBC, he discussed his new work of “scientific fiction”, AI 2041, co-authored with the celebrated novelist Chen Qiufan. He founded Microsoft Asia’s research lab that has trained CTOs and AI […]
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Panel: Content moderation beyond the ban: Reducing toxic, misleading, and low-quality content •

Public debate about content moderation focuses almost exclusively on removal, such as what is deleted and who is suspended. But what about content that is identified as “borderline,” which almost—but not quite—violates the guidelines? Faced with an expanding sense of responsibility, many platform companies have started identifying this type of content, as well as content […]
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The Social Dilemma Part 3 • Dr Rebecca Roache •

This week we join Dr Tim Scarfe, Yannic Kilcher, and Keith Duggar having a conversation with Dr Rebecca Roache in the last of our 3-part series on the social dilemma Netflix film. Rebecca is a senior lecturer in philosophy at Royal Holloway, university of London and has written extensively about the future of friendship.
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2018 Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate: Artificial Intelligence

Isaac Asimov’s famous Three Laws of Robotics might be seen as early safeguards for our reliance on artificial intelligence, but as Alexa guides our homes and automated cars replace human drivers, are those Three Laws enough?
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Google for Startups – Campus Chats: Demis Hassabis, DeepMind

Demis Hassabis is the founder and CEO of DeepMind, a neuroscience-inspired AI company, bought by Google in Jan 2014 in their largest European acquisition to date. He leads projects including the development of AlphaGo, the first program to ever beat a professional player at the game of Go.