Jan Chorowski, a man who is training artificial intelligence with the use of logbooks kept by the captains of the 17th century Dutch fleet, in conversation with Monika Redzisz.
We want to draw attention to how inhumane the world of algorithms is, to talk about malpractices of digital corporations and to expose the truth about the technology everybody admires, says Wiesław Bartkowski, head of Creative Coding at SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, in conversation with Monika Redzisz.
As soon as I achieve my goal, I will connect my brain to external interfaces. I am most interested in what would happen if I connected to another person and to their brain, says Andrzej Banburski, PhD, from MIT in conversation with Monika Redzisz.
The question about the future of artificial intelligence should be looked at in a broader context: Where is this all going? Why do we need it? Do we do that only to make money or to improve the quality of life? Conversation with Jarosław Protasiewicz, PhD, director of the National Information Processing Institute.
What would happen if artificial intelligence was trained on propaganda press texts? I shudder to think. That is why humans will always have to control AI. Including those who use algorithms to digitize the collection of the National Library of Poland.
An algorithm capable of diagnosing breast cancer more accurately than an experienced radiologist – an interview with Krzysztof Geras, PhD, conducted by Monika Redzisz.
We are facing the biggest revolution in the history of mankind which will reevaluate everything we have known. Interview with Maciej Stanusch, CEO of Stanusch Technologies SA
When parents suspect a neurological disorder in their child, they will be able to film it and the algorithm will diagnose it. Monika Redzisz talks to Łukasz Kidziński, Stanford University
“Today’s neural networks are trained and then implemented in a new environment where they no longer have the opportunity to learn. We would like to create agents which would learn throughout their whole life and adapt to new situations. Those areas are still to be explored,” says Janusz Marecki in the interview conducted by Monika Redzisz.