Human–object interactions are multi-stepped and governed by physics as well human goals, customs, and biomechanics -- how can we teach machines to capture, understand, and replicate these interactions?
An overview of research at SAIL related to new techniques that allow us to look inside the black box of neural networks, to how it is possible to find and remove bias, and to how safety in autonomous systems can be assured.
Is China winning the global AI race? How will developments in AI impact the job market, wealth inequality and the global economy? Dr. Kai-Fu Lee and Professors Susan Athey and Erik Brynjolfsson discuss this and more.