The Japanese know that they have to get globalized and digitized. They have been trying to catch up for several years but they are still falling behind. Piotr Grzywacz, an innovator working for Japanese companies, was interviewed by Monika Redzisz.
If the models of artificial intelligence aren’t explainable, then specialists (e.g. in medicine) must fully trust the technology, even though their signature is below the diagnosis. We are working on a system in our Laboratory which will be able to answer what forms the basis of its predictions. Monika Redzisz talks to Piotr Sobecki, the manager and the team leader of the Applied Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
“Robots may soon travel and conquer K2 and other highest peaks of the world. They will probably be able to […]
Imagine today a new Marx or a new Aristotle or a new Kant being born. What would they be thinking about? I think they would be engaging in all the digital transformations, innovation and technologies. Prof. Luciano Floridi in conversation with Maciej Chojnowski.
“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.
Beings that are completely different from us are coming and I have reconciled myself with the idea that humanity might disappear, says Grzegorz Lindenberg, a sociologist and publicist, in a conversation with Robert Siewiorek.
Today we have much more information than ever before. It is time we became a bit wiser. An interview with Erika Widegren, head of the Re-Imagine Europa project.
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.
Perhaps we will be able to develop a culture in which everyone learns for its own sake and for the sake of having a richer inner life. But I think this not necessarily the most likely outcome of current trends. The danger of enfeeblement is real. Prof. Stuart Russell in conversation with Maciej Chojnowski.