Davos 2016 – Issue Briefing | Infusing Emotional Intelligence Into AI
Learn first-hand about how they plan to endow artificial intelligence with emotional intelligence and what that may look like using social-interaction skills that are too often ignored in emerging technologies.
Justine Cassell, Associate Dean, Technology, Strategy and Impact, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Vanessa Evers, Professor of Human Media Interaction, University of Twente, Netherlands
Maja Pantic, Professor of Affective and Behavioral Computing, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Moderated by Michael Hanley, Head of Digital Communications, Member of the
Executive Committee, World Economic Forum
5 thoughts on “Davos 2016 – Issue Briefing | Infusing Emotional Intelligence Into AI”
I watched DAVOS 2015 – A Brave New World
The distinguished guests talked gobbeldy gook the whole time – they did not have a clue about robotics & artificial Intellengence – my God, I thought – this is the expertize that is heading Artificial Intelligence – sad !
I Love Robotics – I love NAO – IT – is so close to being us in flexability & range of movement – NAO looks responsive – it needs to be pre-programed to perform – it does not have instant, ad-lib reply. But have you watched it’s syncronized dance performance – BRILLIANT & SO SCARILY HUMAN.
I will now watch DAVOS 2016 etc………
by the way –
Insulin-like growth factor 1
“IGF-1 is produced by the liver as an endocrine hormone as well as in target tissue in a paracrine/autocrine fashion.”
“IGF-1 is produced throughout life. The highest rates of IGF-1 production occur the pubertal growth spurt. The lowest levels ocur during infancy and old age.”
ME: this does not make any sense to me – surely pregnance would merit a growth spurt – also infancy to at least the onset of puberty should merit a constant production – how curious this is.
Upon encounering a human – the robot will rely on body language to interpret the human feelings.
It will be programmed to take the body language to a higher level of interpretation – for example; if the human is smiling & generally looks happy the robot will assume that the human is happy – it will not guess that the human has an axe hidden behind it;s back with which to attack the robot.
Body language is minimally useful in gaguing what a human is feeling – it was invented by mainstream media – script writers & producers to make stuff for THE IDIOT BOX.
It sounds good though – but not promising –
They have been at it for decades with little success – they really should be further along by now – ignorants is the cause they are a bunch of dummies at the outset.
Recommended viewing – youtube – Mr. R.I.N.G.
Kolchak investigates a US military backed project called R.I.N.G.
13.15 into DAVOS
Education – underserved & under resourced schools – kids from such schools have trouble because their teachers don’t love or respect them – so they will create a fictitious friend/virtual being – to reassure you child that it’s okay to learn – or what ever.
Dear God please help our children to maintain sanity at the hands of such inept, holier-than-thou, self important, sanctamonious morons like this woman.
my grandson – just 8
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