AI: The Potential and the Problems
Despite the hype regarding the seemingly infinite possibilities surrounding AI technology, artificial intelligence still has a number of humbling hurtles to overcome. Justin Bui and Samuel Haug join Robert J. Marks to discuss the latest developments in artificial intelligence.
- 00:00:56 | The Homunculus
- 00:04:09 | Introducing Justin Bui
- 00:06:54 | Fast AI
- 00:13:45 | Deepfake Technology
- 00:21:40 | Transfer Learning
- 00:24:13 | Rapture of the Nerds
- 00:31:27 | Little Faith in AGI
- 00:33:32 | Introducing Samuel Haug
- 00:33:57 | The Rest of the Story
- 00:35:36 | Could AI Win at Jeopardy?
- 00:38:33 | IBM’s Deep Blue
- 00:40:46 | Deep Convolutional Neural Network
- 00:43:25 | Self-Driving Cars
- 00:44:08 | Unexpected Contingencies
- 00:49:19 | Exponential Explosion of Contingencies
- 00:58:54 | Avoiding Contingency Explosions
- 00:59:14 | Domain Expertise
- 01:03:39 | Standardization of the AI
- 01:05:14 | Four Types of Knowns
- 01:10:16 | Human Contingencies
- 01:12:58 | Pareto Trade-Off
- 01:15:14 | Doman Expertise and Forecasting
- Karl Shuker, Grow Your Own Homunculus
- Dr. Pretorius and some of his creations from The Bride of Frankenstein.
- Robert J. Marks II, This Year’s (2018’s) Top Ten AI Exaggerations, Hyperbole, and Failures: Part II, Mind Matters News
- Lauren Vespoli, Where Watson went wrong, MM&M, Sept 8, 2021
- Paul Scharre. Army of none: Autonomous weapons and the future of war. WW Norton & Company, 2018.
- Haug, Samuel, Robert J. Marks, and William A. Dembski. “Exponential Contingency Explosion: Implications for Artificial General Intelligence.” IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Systems (2021).
- Why is it called Formula 409?
- The History of WD-40
- More on Pareto Efficiency