A Faith Misplaced
“There’s a good reason the first flying machines weren’t mechanical bats: people tried that, and they were terrible. - Dan Robitzski
In the current AI Spring, many people and corporations are betting big that the capabilities of deep learning algorithms will continue to improve as the algorithms are fed more data. Their faith is backed by the miracles performed by such algorithms: they can see, listen and do a thousand other things that were previously considered too...
In this our second Episode we welcome our first guest to the series, Dr. Julia Mossbridge, A leading Cognitive Neuroscientist, Scholar and Author.
Julia has a Ph.D. in Communication Sciences and Disorders which she obtained from the Northwestern University. She also holds a Masters Degree in Neuroscience From the University of California San Francisco, and she received her B.A. with highest honors in neuroscience from Oberlin College in Ohio.
She is the Founder and Scientific Director of...
AGI & The Singularity - Dr. Ben Goertzel
In this inaugural episode we have the good fortune of interviewing the founder and CEO of Singularitynet, Dr. Ben Goertzel.
Having had a chance to spend quite a bit of time with Ben in Hong Kong, we were struck by not only the pace at which Ben and the team were moving the foundation forward, but also Ben’s earnest and unwavering commitment to creating a positive technological singularity.
Who is Dr. Ben Goertzel?
Dr. Ben Goertzel is the CEO and...