Grim predictions from innovators, thinkers and blockbuster movies have left the public wary of artificial intelligence (AI). Computer science professor Stuart Russell seeks to redefine AI so humankind will pursue and benefit from the technology. Russell assigns AI three principles to uphold humans’ values and safety. getAbstract suggests that his instructive, sometimes humorous talk may allay your fears of a robot takeover.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why artificial intelligence (AI) will either advance humankind or be its downfall,
- What challenges AI designers face, and
- What three principles would produce “human-compatible” AI.
About the Speaker
Computer science professor Stuart Russell co-wrote Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach.
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