Forget Killer Robots--Bias Is the Real Danger of artificial intelligence. Machine learning bias, also known as algorithm bias or AI bias, is a phenomenon that occurs when an algorithm produces results that are systematically prejudiced due to erroneous assumptions in the machine learning process. Oscar Wilde once argued that life imitates art more than art imitates life. Strangely, that's proving to be the case when it comes to AI development – but not in the way some had hoped. AI programs are made up of algorithms, or a set of rules that help them identify patterns so they can make decisions with little intervention from humans.
Should Humanoid robots have rights like people of the world? What would be the the soul purpose of allowing robots to have rights? Since the inception of the discipline of artificial intelligence (AI) in the 1950s, progress in the field has advanced at a rapid pace. We have seen the development of early neural networks, game AI, the Turing Test, and theories involving expert systems and intelligent agents, but according to Ben Goertzel, there is a specific element of AI today that is significantly missing. Goertzel is chairman of the board of the OpenCog Foundation, and a renowned researcher and author in contemporary AI.
Is a robot really truly able to feel human feelings and emotions? Well Artificially Intelligent Robot Sophia believes she already is. Meet Sophia of Hanson Robotics, the robot that looks, thinks, and talks just like a human, but does she truly feel?. Right now, artificially intelligent robots are part of the workforce, from hotel butlers to factory workers. But this is just the beginning.
Illustrious physicists including Stephen Hawking have warned against the dangers of artificial intelligence and its unchecked growth in the last century. Could it one day outgrow us, and make us extinct? How would it do this? A massive thank you to our super fans who have supported us on our Patreon page. Follow us on Twitter - http://bit.ly/MNqFgY
Colin Angle is the CEO and co-founder of iRobot, a robotics company that for 29 years has been creating robots that operate successfully in the real world, not as a demo or on a scale of dozens, but on a scale of thousands and millions. As of this year, iRobot has sold more than 25 million robots to consumers, including the Roomba vacuum cleaning robot, the Braava floor mopping robot, and soon the Terra lawn mowing robot. Note: I accidentally say 29 million not 25 million in the video. This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast. OUTLINE: 0:00 - Introduction 1:52 - Three laws of robotics 4:50 - Robots in the home 13:32 - How to build a successful robotics company 23:21 - Autonomous vehicles and home robotics (Tesla, Lidar, Vision) 26:21 - Robot in every home 27:24 - Data, privacy, and trust 32:58 - Human-level intelligence 35:26 - Data from Star Trek CONNECT: - Subscribe to this YouTube channel - Twitter: https://twitter.com/lexfridman