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Symphony of Particles: Dr. Shikma Bressler
Dr. Shkima Bressler, Weizmann Inst. describes the 18 known particles that make up the universe—and speculates what else is
IBM’s Watson: Final Jeopardy!
The computer system was initially developed to answer questions on the quiz show Jeopardy! And it succeeded
Children’s Common Sense and Learning AI Systems
An article by Alison Gopnik about giving AI systems some of the common-sense learning capacities that we take for granted
John Oliver on Artificial Intelligence
AI is increasingly becoming part of our lives, from self-driving cars to ChatGPT. John Oliver discusses how AI works, where
Notre-Dame: Building a Digital Twin
A futuristic simulation of Notre-Dame de Paris to power its real-world resurrection after devastating fire in 2019
What Is ChatGPT Doing… and Why Does It Work?
Stephen Wolfram, in a live and unscripted video, gives a rough outline of what’s going on inside ChatGPT including demonstration
The “AGI Elephant” Lecture for NEOME
On 12-Feb-2023, NEOME – an exclusive club for women investing in startups, heard about the Artificial General Intelligence
Radio Reka Interview: The AI Chatbot Revolution
Prof. Yesha Sivan, explains to reporter Arieh O’Sullivan at Radio Reka (Kan) how revolutionary the AI chatbots new developments are
The Dead Horse Theory (Humor)
When you discover that you are riding a dead horse, the best strategy is to dismount. In real life, other
Could ChatGPT Chatbot Replace Human Jobs?
DW News Special talks with experts on ChatGPT AI chatbot disruption. Could it also transform the jobs of hundreds of
Why Microsoft Is Willing to Invest in ChatGPT
DW News discussed with Prof. Yesha Sivan the potential for Microsoft with OpenAI ChatGPT: the good, the bad, and the
Innovation Squared: Obliterating Obstructions
Jane Parnes and Nina Tandon recently spoke virtually about their most impactful teachers, a shared love of running marathons, and