Hear Tom Taulli discuss how Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks, Deep Learning, and Automation will impact companies, jobs, and people. In addition to those points, we will also discuss: Strong vs. weak AI; if Artificial General Intelligence is a threat; what the next 10 years of AI will bring; what the state of the art is in AI; how and when AI will impact jobs; the relationship between AI and other technologies like 5G, edge computing, and quantum computing; and finally some advice for adopters considering bringing AI into their organizations.
- 00:00 Welcome
- 01:02 Definitions of AI, Expert systems, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Neural Networks
- 05:00 Generative Adversarial Networks and the need for more data
- 07:26 Strong vs. Weak AI
- 09:52 Artificial General Intelligence: ignore it or immiment threat?
- 11:41 The next 10 years of AI
- 15:15 Adoption of AI in the enterprise
- 22:38 On the difficulty of building an AI product company and how it impacts your margins
- 25:17 What is the state of the art in AI?
- 27:55 Open AI’s GPT-3
- 30:55 The impact of AI on the work force – will it take our jobs?
- 32:23 Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is already taking jobs
- 34:27 Kai-Fu Lee’s grid on the impact of AI on the work force
- 37:32 What is the relationship between AI and 5G, edge computing, and quantum computing?
- 44:44 Advice to enterprises who want to adopt AI
- 48:43 Contact information for Tom
Tom Taulli: http://www.tomtaulli.com
Artificial Intelligence Basics: A Non-Technical Introduction (Kindle/Amazon): https://amzn.to/2ZVapD6
The Robotic Process Automation Handbook: A Guide to Implementing RPA Systems: https://amzn.to/2FS4tU5
Tom Taulli on Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/tomtaulli/
Other books mentioned:
AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order by Dr. Kai-Fu Lee: https://amzn.to/3hNePlj
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