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Lecture aritficial intelligence - are we staying smarter than robots?

Lecture by
Boris Nikolai Konrad

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Lecture aritficial intelligence - are we staying smarter than robots?

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Lecture aritficial intelligence - are we staying smarter than robots?

From Intel's Watson to Google's DeepMind to MindJourney and ChatGPT. Many developments in the field of artificial intelligence have impressed and even shaken people and companies.
Where is it still headed? Speculation abounds, but what are robots really capable of and what else will they learn? Is an AI that generates impressive images, even works of art, creative itself - or is it just plagiarizing creators of art? 
The charismatic computer scientist and brain researcher Dr. Boris Nikolai Konrad reports on the opportunities and risks of artificial intelligence. He is up close and personal with the current state of research and is able to captivate his audience with exciting insights.
And he poses the provocative question: Will we humans remain smarter than robots in the future? Because what has been shown in science fiction movies from Hollywood for decades looks different in reality.
What seemed impossible yesterday is already part of everyday life today. Artificial intelligences have become an integral part of our lives. A music playlist controlled by Alexa that suggests suitable songs, or smart homes that control their own energy consumption, to self-driving cars that learn independently and, according to Konrad, will reach the mass market in just a few years.
And Chat GPT is an impressive, incredibly fascinating, but ultimately logical consequence of this. Millions of users bustle around the Chat GPT website every day. The topic of learning and the topic of knowledge will change in a very short time. Will our children still have to cram vocabulary in the future?
All this is no longer a dream of the future. It is happening now, today and here! But what will come after that? Which promises, on the other hand, will not yet be attainable at first? 
Letterpress printing was invented only 500 years ago. Digital media have only been conquering our world at breakneck speed for three decades.  The human brain cannot be made for this. But it has an enormous plasticity, i.e. adaptability. Learning is what defines us.
The triumph of language-based AIs will relieve us of tasks. It will make new things possible. Simultaneous conversation in different languages. The rapid interpretation of texts and data. The programming of new software. But it must not lead to people no longer learning these things.
On the contrary. People will learn more and better than ever before! Thanks to and with AI. Dr. Boris Nikolai Konrad is firmly convinced of this: "But we humans can also become more intelligent if we learn from machines or use the findings of brain research. Whether we are ready for this will determine whether we continue to control computers in the future or vice versa." 
Astonishment and cringing lie close together in his fascinating lecture. That's because the enthusiastic science expert evokes both in equal measure in his audience when he takes a look at the future of artificial intelligence.
In his rousing lecture, Boris Nikolai Konrad shows where our own thinking comes from, how it can be influenced by technology, and describes his vision of how, in the future, humans and AIs will work together, but not against each other. If we get it right.
The brain researcher gives concrete recommendations on how companies should approach artificial intelligence projects today and how they can involve their employees who are skeptical or even afraid of the technology. 
Dr. Boris Nikolai Konrad is convinced: "The company that uses the best AI and at the same time remains willing to learn from it will prevail on the market!

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