How Not To Destroy The World With AI

6/16/2023; 58 minutes

This series on artificial intelligence explores recent breakthroughs of AI, its broader societal implications and its future potential. In this presentation, Stuart Russell, professor of computer science at the UC, Berkeley, discusses what AI is and how it could be beneficial to civilization. Russell is a leading researcher in artificial intelligence and the author, with Peter Norvig, of "Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach," the standard text in the field. His latest book, "Human Compatible," addresses the long-term impact of AI on humanity. He is also an honorary fellow of Wadham College at the University of Oxford. Recorded on 04/05/2023. (#38856)

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