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AI & How It Will Impact Humanity and Society - Shared screen with speaker view
Jessica Sager
21:31
Hi Linda! Welcome!
Keith Mansfield
22:33
Keith from London town (so it's *late* here and I apologize if I don't last the pace). A writer and book publisher. Thanks for organizing the event.
Dara Chilton
23:03
Hi, everyone!
Gordon Daugherty
24:47
Looking forward to the session tonight!
Dara Chilton
24:57
Austin, TX | Grad Student @ TXST | MFA in Communication Design focusing on UX/UI design. | How will AI impact IoT in the future?
Kirsten Billhardt
25:16
Hi everyone! I'm Kirsten from Dell Technologies, and I live in Austin, TX.
Martin Martinez
25:34
Thanks for the heads up Jay, grabbing adult beverage now :)
Blythe Christopher de Orive
26:57
Blythe from DellTechnologies- AI/ML/EKG in Austin!
Dara Chilton
26:59
In-person is great, but this is easier for my schedule.
Dara Chilton
27:26
Parking is cheaper on Zoom. LOL
Christopher Summers - Austin
27:42
From Austin. Would like to allow local livestream when covid lifts
Beth White
30:32
Beth from MeBeBot, would like to have the in person and live stream, both as options.
Blythe Christopher de Orive
34:52
Free us up for higher thinking
Darryl Delacruz
34:54
self driving cars
Gordon Daugherty
34:56
Cure serious ailments
Alli Onni
34:57
Improve health access
Ann Blocker (she/her)
34:59
Healthcare - personalized med
manuel morales
35:01
Automate repetitive tasks
Wolfgang Bas
35:02
Therapy
Lucy Ly
35:04
Help humanity
Dara Chilton
35:11
Space exploration
Keith Mansfield
35:14
To achieve our cosmic endowment! Helping humans and posthumans spread life and intelligence through the Universe
Beth White
35:19
Reduce administrative tasks and help in health care needs
Michael Sherrod
35:27
education
Christopher Summers - Austin
35:42
raise human 'inteligence'
Jackie VanErp
35:45
personalized medicine
Michael Sherrod
36:25
training and retraining
Jessica Sager
48:10
We encourage everyone to ask questions to the panelists in the Q&A feature
Jay Boisseau
01:13:53
Folks, Byron will be taking some questions for the panelists at 7:10, and then we’ll take a lot more live at 7:30!
John Cobb
01:42:20
Star Trek was (and is) has an optimistic techno-future.
JeanLeah Njoroge
01:47:19
https://ethical.institute
John Cobb
01:51:50
Seeing Universities’ plans for the Fall become firmer
Blythe Christopher de Orive
01:51:59
starting my cyber security camp w/ UT!
Doug Norton
01:52:47
Finally closing a big deal I've been working on for a year!
Darryl Delacruz
01:53:20
Is anyone working on a model that can predict in real-time where geographically COVID is spreading using social network feeds.I seem to recall a number of years ago a Google or Facebook employee accepted a TED talk challenge to predict the spread of influenza.Also can anyone suggest how to get everyone with a cell phone to use a privacy-aware contact tracing app like Novid. Some countries have been successful with this approach.
Doug Norton
01:57:37
We're working on a contact tracing app as part of TEXGHS.org (Texas Global Health Security Innovation Consortium)
Jay Boisseau
02:09:50
For an example of how AI can assist in creativity (per this question): https://www.theverge.com/2018/8/31/17777008/artificial-intelligence-taryn-southern-amper-music
Jay Boisseau
02:10:48
She has an album made with AI, and performed on an AI panel at SXSW last year with music AI generated with audience inputs. It was amazing. :-)
John Cobb
02:17:48
Byron is arguing about the mean and Jay is talking about the shape of the distribution function
Jay Boisseau
02:27:14
John Cobb, well said… I’m really worried about the transitions, and the impact they have on the individuals. I am confident society as a whole will adapt. I just hope we get better as re-skilling people, at continuous education, etc. as I think the *nature* of jobs will change faster and faster.
John Cobb
02:32:16
thx all