In the future we all will be part-robots. My predictions are that in a thousand years we will [physically] disappear from this world – says Richard van Hooijdonk in an interview with z Michał Rolecki and Anna Zagórna
We are witnessing the final years of an industrial revolution in which routine, repeatable work is taken over by machines. And it’s a good thing, because it frees people to regain their talents, creativity, emotions. Paweł Łuksza and Dmitry Sudakov, the authors of the “Atlas of Emerging Jobs”, in conversation with Michał Rolecki.
When there is nobody around, with no better alternative, we tend to copy decisions of artificial intelligence, even if it acts stupid. Professor Michał Klichowski, discoverer of this phenomenon, in conversation with Michał Rolecki.
From ancient tales to science fiction, the idea of machines coming alive has always fascinated people, inspiring scientists and philosophers. So let’s confront it with the kind of reality predicted by science ficton. Michał Rolecki talks to dr. David Hanson – the creator of the famous Sophia.
The language you use on the web is like your fingerprint, or gait. Machine learning and behavioral analysis algorithms will use it to trace you everywhere.
Will artificial intelligence suck us into a never-ending game? Michał Rolecki talks to Michał Wardaszko from the Center for Simulation Games and Gamification at the Kozminski University.
A hundred years ago a farmer had to have horse craft, few generations later they are the most digitally savvy end engaged people you could meet – says Dave Shepherd, head of Syngenta Digital Innovation Lab in Singapore, in conversation with Michał Rolecki