History of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

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In AI, there are four generations.

  1. First Generation AI - is the Good Old-fashioned AI, meaning that you handcraft everything and you learn nothing. These were simple programs that could only do one task really well. They were like little robots that were programmed to do a specific thing, like adding numbers or sorting data.
  2. Second Generation AI - is shallow learning — you handcraft the features and learn a classifier. This was when people started teaching computers how to learn by giving them lots of data and letting them figure out patterns on their own. These programs were called "machine learning" programs, and they could do things like recognize images or translate languages.
  3. Third Generation AI - is deep learning. Basically you handcraft the algorithm, but you learn the features and you learn the predictions, end to end. This is when computers started to get really good at things that only humans used to be able to do, like understanding language and making decisions based on what they know. These programs are called "neural networks" because they're modeled after the way our brains work.
  4. Fourth Generation AI - This is the most advanced kind of AI we have so far - “learning-to-learn.”. These programs can understand things like emotions and creativity. They can learn from experience and get better at things over time, just like we do. They're often called "artificial general intelligence" because they're almost as good as humans at thinking and learning.

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The history and future of AI
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  • 07:00 Overview of all modern ML/Deeplearning
  • 10:00 Why Agent modelling is so powerful
  • 15:00 About Transformers
  • 17:20 Modern breakthoughs in conversational models
  • 23:00 How about autonomous driving. Not limited to L3
  • 26:00 How less "strong" general deep learning system beat specialized "stronger" chess AI. Alphago
  • 32:00 AlphaFold (to predict protein)
  • 35:00 Next gen ML models. Multitask Unified Model (MUM)
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The Future of Artificial Intelligence: Views from History
On the evening of 29th November 2018, the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence (CFI) will host an expert panel on ‘The Future of Artificial Intelligence: Views from History’ featuring:

Prof. Simon Schaffer (University of Cambridge) Prof. Murray Shanahan (DeepMind, Imperial) Prof. Margaret A. Boden OBE ScD FBA, (University of Sussex) Prof. Nathan Ensmenger (Indiana University) Pamela McCorduck (author of Machines Who Think, an authoritative history of AI)

and chaired by Dr Sarah Dillon (Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence).

Speakers will interrogate the past, present, and future of intelligent systems for a general audience, with an interest towards the nuanced power dynamics that have operated around such systems throughout the ages.

This event will commemorates the 60th anniversary of the landmark 1958 ‘Mechanisation of Thought Conference’ held in Teddington, England; an event that served to establish artificial intelligence as a standalone field in the UK.

The History of Artificial Intelligence [Documentary]

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The Turk


Mechanical Marvels—Automaton: The Chess Player "Android," 1769
Touted as an android that could defeat chess masters, Wolfgang von Kempelen's famed illusion debuted at the court of Empress Maria Theresa during wedding celebrations for her daughter in 1769. Over the course of the eighteenth century, the chess player (known in its time as The Turk for its costume) won games against Catherine the Great and Benjamin Franklin. When Napoléon Bonaparte tried to cheat, it wiped all the pieces from the board. The mysterious machine sparked discussions of the possibilities and limits of artificial intelligence, and it inspired the development of the power loom, the telephone, and the computer. The original and its secrets were destroyed in a fire in 1854. The subject of more than eight hundred publications attempting to uncover its secrets, Kempelen's illusion also inspired a 1927 silent movie, The Chess Player, directed by Raymond Bernard. In the sequence shown here, the inventor presents his creation at court. The year of its release, this early science-fiction drama attracted more attention than Fritz Lang's Metropolis, a now-legendary film that also involves an android. Featured Artwork: The Chess Player (The Turk), Original ca. 1769. Wolfgang von Kempelen (1734–1804). Austrian, Vienna. Wood, brass, fabric, steel. Collection of Mr. John Gaughan, Los Angeles