Published on May 30, 2016
NeuroboticsEmotion recognition program
Can A Robot Feel? | Susan Schneider | TEDxCambridge
Published on Jun 22, 2016
If and when you encounter an AI, it is best to look beyond superficialities, like a humanlike appearance. Perhaps only biological beings can have experience, or perhaps superintelligent AI doesn't need to be conscious. Susan Schneider proposes a test for determining whether AI can be conscious.
Susan Schneider is an associate professor of philosophy and cognitive science at the University of Connecticut and a member of the Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics at Yale University. Dr. Schneider writes about matters involving the nature of the self, which she examines from the vantage point of issues in philosophy of mind and cognitive science. Her work wrestles with vexed issues such as the nature of the mind, whether AI can be conscious, preparing for artificial general intelligence (AGI), superintelligent AI, and futuristic brain enhancements, such as brain chips and uploading.
ei: emotional intelligence
"The story of an AI unit who is anything but artificial."
First year film at the University of Pennsylvania, taking around ten months for completion. Thank you everyone who has supported me along the way.
A film by Dennis Sung Min Kim
Narration by Adam Parham
Music composed and arranged by Nicholas Escobar
Why AI needs emotion - Rana El Kaliouby (Affectiva)
Published on Sep 29, 2016
Why AI needs emotion - Rana El Kaliouby (Affectiva) by O'Reilly Media, Inc.Highly connected, interactive artificial intelligence systems surround us daily, but as smart as these systems are, they lack the ability to truly empathize with us humans. Rana El Kaliouby explores why emotion AI is critical to accelerating adoption of AI systems, how emotion AI is being used today, and what the future will look like.
Can machines read your emotions? - Kostas Karpouzis
Published on Nov 29, 2016
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Computers can beat us in board games, transcribe speech, and instantly identify almost any object. But will future robots go further by learning to figure out what we’re feeling? Kostas Karpouzis imagines a future where machines and the people who run them can accurately read our emotional states — and explains how that could allow them to assist us, or manipulate us, at unprecedented scales.
Lesson by Kostas Karpouzis, animation by Lasse R?tzou Bruntse.
Avengers Ultron Part 28, A REAL ROBOT - Tracking Emotions - XRobots
Published on Dec 27, 2016
Avengers Ultron Part 28, A REAL ROBOT: this time I'm tracking for emotions in Ultron's AI and demonstrating how this could make him react. This robot was fabricated with 3D printed mechanics and Arduino based electronics.