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  • I is coming, and it's not just coming.

  • It's going to take over and dominate us.

  • Elon Musk recently called that our biggest existential threat and ray courts.

  • Vile predicts that in about a dozen years artificial intelligence Hillary routinely passed touring tests, making computers indistinguishable from humans.

  • Records file also predict that in 2045 computers will be smarter, faster, more creative, more intelligent than us at the time he calls the singularity.

  • So their message is clear.

  • Humans are about to take second place in every interaction with a young I myself have devoted a large part of my life to make computers more powerful and more like us.

  • As engineer and biochemist, I'm using biological inspiration to build large, efficient data centers by copying the brains Ben's Micro Channel architecture ER and three D system integration.

  • We can replace the slowing Moore's law, allowing that computers can double their performance every other year, even in the future.

  • So our brain inspired 10 city road map already has made computers 10 times more efficient and is about to make them another 10,000 times denser and more efficient in a matter off 25 years.

  • Using techniques like three D chip stacking and Elektronik blood.

  • The approach.

  • How our brains supplies the neurons with energy.

  • He also built miniaturized devices that are variable Elektronik devices and help us to lead a better life.

  • Thes cognitive companions are going to be miniaturized so that they fit into our ear canal, supporting us with artificial intelligence everywhere.

  • Very relief.

  • So with thes industry leading accomplishment, I should be the first person to agree with Ray Quartz file That artificial intelligence will soon dominate us, right?

  • But I don't for a very good reason.

  • So what record smile forgot is that natural human intelligence can fight back.

  • Think about another area off human performance fitness training.

  • You don't have to be a professional athlete to know that the little bit off training can make you feel and perform better.

  • And with a lot of training, you can get surprising results.

  • So with extensive exercise, you can improve your cardiac output eightfold.

  • Your oxygen uptake, even 25 fold and 10 4 games are possible in weightlifting and body building and can qualify US Governor of California.

  • So Kenny trigger similar gains in human cognitive performance, as in fitness, clearly solving crossword puzzles and Sudoku CE every now and then will not get you there.

  • So But there is evidence that Latin mathematics and music allow you to think in a more structured way, and we clearly can exercise our brains similar toe workout for our body.

  • So this then increases dopamine, motivational state and synaptic plasticity.

  • So in order to increase your general intelligence, you have to learn new things all the time.

  • You have to read.

  • You have to ditch your GPS and pocket calculator.

  • You have to network with people like off dance to yoga and total so lots of different things.

  • But the message here is, the more you train, the more you gain.

  • And increased cognitive performance from training in one specific field can be transferred to an other field, so so that you can increase your cognitive performance in this other field as well.

  • So this is called transfer learning Transfer.

  • Learning is a technique that is known in machine learning when a system has bean trained in one field, and it's then applied in another field.

  • So while transfer learning is a known concept in machine learning, it has not be knowingly applied to increase our own cognitive intelligence.

  • Now it's really mind boggling how we made unbelievable strides and computers and how our fitness improved.

  • But so far we have done nothing for our own brains with respect to raise singularity.

  • This means we have given up the fight before it even started, and the allow the singularity before it's even here.

  • So vile.

  • We have invested $30 billion in a I in 2016 alone and built up an $85 billion global fitness industry.

  • We have done nothing for our own brains, so no wonder that people start fearing the singularity.

  • So what if we could increase our own cognitive performance by practicing very specific field and transferring the benefit?

  • What if we could build a large in the street around, transfer, learning and teach this technique as part off workshop brain fitness centers or even later in schools so our brains could profit?

  • So much to my opinion, even much more than we've profited from the fitness training and with this gain we can make sure that artificial intelligence cannot dominate us, right?

  • So I'm strongly convinced because I experienced such an effect myself so separate from my engineering work.

  • I practice a very specific field.

  • They're speed off thinking and reaction is important.

  • And my practice also requires me to memorize lots of complex patterns and to be creative all the time.

  • I've practiced this field for more than 30 years and experienced such an effect off transfer, learning back to my research, work off building better computers.

  • So, in other words, the more I practiced this other field, the more the bedtime in my job and speed is a very important concept, so it allows you to do more things in less time and get optimization results.

  • Machines use that, like deep blue Alphago, Watson Newmar, Fick and quantum computers.

  • Why shoot human brains?

  • Not use it?

  • So if speed training worked out so spectacularly well for me, it could work out for all of us.

  • Fell right?

  • So what the heck was it?

  • It is something that clearly no computer could do.


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How our brains will keep up with AI | Bruno Michel | TED Institute

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/04/04
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