Download this episode
The building of a computer that can intelligently carry out tasks that require "human level intelligence" has been a goal for computer scientists since the 1950's. Since that time, tasks that were considered to exhibit human level intelligence such as understanding natural language, carrying out conversational speech, playing master level chess, and interpreting images have all seen a great deal of improvements and many have seen real world applications. In this talk, I will provide an overview of the progress of artificial intelligence, highlight some recent milestone results in image recognition and natural language understanding, and predict the progress of AI in research and application over the next 5-10 years.
Available formats for this video:
Actual format may change based on video formats available and browser capability.