Today thanks to Artificial Intelligence – machines engineered to have human-like intelligence – Siri answers our questions, Safety Sense 2.0 drives our Toyotas, cultures are bridged by Google Translate, and AlphaGo is the world champion of Go, a 2500-year-old game with more move choices than the number of atoms in the observable universe.
“It is difficult to think of a major industry that AI will not transform. This includes healthcare, education, transportation, retail, communications, and agriculture.”Andrew Ng: Founder Google Brain and deeplearning.ai; Adjunct Professor, Stanford University
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- What is AI? What can it do? What can’t it do?
- How will AI change the world of work?
- How can AI and people best complement each other?
- What are the opportunities, challenges, and risks introduced by AI?
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