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Elon Musk and the late Stephen Hawking have warned about it. Some see it as ushering in it the greatest productivity revolution yet. Artificial intelligence – AI – may well change the world sooner than most people imagine. The technology, wearables, robotics, and machine learning, and its potential applications, are awesome. But so are its implications for society, for jobs and employment, for manufacturing, for commerce, for armed conflict, and for the shape of our communities in the remarkably near future.
Update: Friday 20 Feb 2020: a team at MIT reports that a machine learning algorithm has discovered the powerful and previously unknown antibiotic properties of the compound halicin* after just a few hours work. The research breakthrough may offer a treatment for some of the most antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria.
Below are just a few of our brokered and exclusive speakers and consultants on aspects of artificial intelligence. All of them are humans.
* Halicin is named for/after HAL 9000 the fictional artificial intelligence in 2001: A Space Odyssey. He was a ‘Heuristically Programmed ALgorithmic Computer’.
William Hopkins is a global leader in the field of smart homes and remote technologies. He is a KNX Partner, Member of the British Computer Society and Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, with an entire portfolio of automation te... [more]
Professor Peter Sommer is a globally recognised expert in the field of cybersecurity, cyberwar, cybercrime, hacking, Internet futures, risk analysis and computer forensics. He is a well-established expert on computer security advising stock exchanges... [more]