If you’ve read my last few posts and think that the coming wave of AI automation will make it impossible to grow a decent career, then watch this follow up video for a little hope.
Recently, I was asked to share my thoughts about automation’s impact on the job market. While I don’t agree 100% with the conclusion of this video by Kurzgesagt, the gist is on point.
Historically, automation has created more jobs over the long term. This means that people (and societies) have less time to adapt to the new realities. This transition is going to be intra-generational rather than inter-generational. This is going to have numerous unforeseen consequences.
Here’s a great video explaining Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs), a type of neural network used in computer vision scenarios.
Two Minute Papers has a video showcasing DeepMind’s Take on How To Create a Benign AI, or more specifically, the Agent Alignment Problem
In this video of a keynote presentation, Jeremy Gutsche dives into artificial intelligence and the AI mechanized future in an AI talk that explores how artificial intelligence trends will change your future, particularly as you combine innovation in AI with robotics, interface, bio enhancement, 3d printing, mind reading, sustainability and thought control.
BBC Click has a look at self-driving cars and how the congestion of southern California may inspire innovation around the future of the automobile.
CaspianReport has an interesting video on the geo-political implications of AI and the economic & political power that comes along with being a leader in AI research and implementation.
Code Bullet has an interesting video on reinforcement learning/evolutionary AI to learn how to play Flappy Birds. As an added bonus, he also codes up his own Flappy Birds clone.
Best of all, you won’t need a PhD in Math or years of experience. You just need imagination and the willingness to try.
In this video, Siraj Raval reviews the top AI innovations of 2018 and a few predictions for 2019.