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12 must-watch TED Talks on artificial intelligence - QAT Global

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For all, you who are technology lovers, AI enthusiasts, and casual consumers with peaked interest, don't miss your chance to learn about the newest advancements in artificial intelligence and an opportunity to join the discussion on the ethics, logistics, and reality of super-intelligent machines. Explore the possibilities of super-intelligence improving our world and our everyday lives while you dive into this great list of TED Talks on artificial intelligence. We have compiled a list of the best TED Talks on AI, providing you with the information you seek on AI technological developments, innovation, and the future of AI. Here are the best TED Talks for anyone interested in AI. We hope you enjoy our list!


The 17 Best AI and Machine Learning TED Talks for Practitioners

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TED Talks are influential videos from expert speakers in a variety of verticals. TED began in 1984 as a conference where Technology, Entertainment and Design converged, and today covers almost all topics -- from business to technology to global issues -- in more than 110 languages. TED is building a clearinghouse of free knowledge from the world's top thinkers, and their library of videos is expansive and rapidly growing. Solutions Review has curated this list of AI and machine learning TED talks to watch if you are a practitioner in the field. Talks were selected based on relevance, ability to add business value, and individual speaker expertise.


Forget AlphaGo, DeepMind has a more interesting step toward general AI

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AlphaGo and self-driving cars are amazingly clever, but neither represents a very big leap toward general artificial intelligence. Fortunately, some AI researchers are developing ways of broadening machine intelligence. The researchers at DeepMind, which created the champion Go-playing robot AlphaGo, are working on an approach that could prove significant in the quest to make machines as intelligent as we are. In two papers published this week and reported by New Scientist, researchers at the Alphabet subsidiary describe efforts to teach computers about relational reasoning, a cognitive capability that is foundational to human intelligence. Simply put, relational reasoning is the ability to consider relationships between different mental representations, such as objects, words, or ideas.


The Big Read: The rise of artificial intelligence and how lives will forever be changed

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SINGAPORE: Crafted to resemble human-likeness with natural looking skin and hair, Nadine, described by its makers as a social humanoid, greets a person when he enters the room, makes eye contact and remembers his face. She smiles and listens intently as one speaks, cracking a joke occasionally. But when provoked, she gets upset too. Made in Singapore, the artificial intelligence robot, which was unveiled by the Nanyang Technological University's (NTU) Institute for Media Innovation in 2015, has made significant strides in the past three years, including the ability to recognise faces and remember conversations. Plans are underway for another public showcase next month, and researchers hope that before long, Nadine will be able to walk as well as identify and grasp objects with her hands.


The future of the workplace virtual assistant Citrix Blogs

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The technology we use at home is slowly converging with the enterprise environment. The innovation taking place within the virtual assistant (VA) market -- and its potential to create an entirely new workplace reality -- is particularly exciting to see. Artificial intelligence-powered, voice-controlled assistants like Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri, and Cortana are already commonplace in many homes. This popularity is building pressure to integrate VA functionality into enterprise technology, as well, which could significantly reconfigure and enhance the employee experience. By 2021, Gartner, Inc. predicts that "25 percent of digital workers will use a virtual employee assistant (VEA) on a daily basis. This will be up from less than 2 percent in 2019."*