25/02/2016 we were host to Rise of AI – the Singularity might be closer than you think. It was a great evening with 100 invited guests from various fields: researchers, investors, thinkers, corporates, journalists and developers.
It was a pleasure to meet old friends and new faces. For everyone not able to attend, we have recorded the evening.
Introduction by Fabian Westerheide
What is the Singularity for you?
Why do we humans invent machines, which shall replace us?
What do we do, if we have nothing to do?
Ronnie Vuine – Intelligence Automation
It is hard to talk about singularity, if you can’t see it. For the last 300 years humans are riding the exponentiell curve of techno capital. Intelligences are necessary to manage complex system. Therefore technocapital leads to perfect intelligence automation.
Prof. Dr. Danko Nikolic – AI-Kindergarten
Danko is a brain scientists, who started to work on AI. He claims, that humans will not achieve human-like artificial intelligence near term, since we lack 9 billion years of evolutionary learnings.
Ehssan talks about social and economical impact of AI. He says, that change takes time and we need patience. In 20 years, the bottom 99 % will live like the top 1 % of today. Therefore billionaires need to pay more taxes, the unconditional basic income should be introduced and drugs will be legalized.
Jan speaks about integrating AI into society.
Samim Winiger and the speakers talk about:
Do we need to understand the nature of intelligence to build AGI?
How will the world look like in 50 years?
How does technology influence policies?
What are the implications of the slowdown of Moore’s law?
What are the consequences of increasing automation for human jobs?