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True artificial Intelligence will Change Everything

Jürgen Schmidhuber
The Swiss AI Lab IDSIA

Abstract: Our deep learning artificial neural networks have won numerous contests in pattern recognition and machine learning. They are now widely used by the world's most valuable companies. I will discuss latest state-of-the-art results in numerous applications, and outline how AIs will transform every aspect of our civilisation, and colonise the universe.

Bio: Jürgen Schmidhuber is often called the father of modern AI.His lab's Deep Learning Neural Networks(since1991)such as Long Short-Term Memory(LSTM)have revolutionised machine learning,and are now available to billions of users through the world's most valuable public companies,e.g.,for greatly improved speech recognition on over 2 billion Android phones,greately improved machine translation through Google(since 2016)and Facebook(over 4 billion LSTM-based translation per day as of 2017).In 2011,his team was the first to win official computer vision contests through deep neural nets,with superhuman performance.His research group also established the field of mathematically rigorous universal AI and recursive self-improvement in universal problem solvers that learn to learn(since 1987).His formal theory of creativity & curiosity &fun explains art,science,music and humor. He also generalized algorithmic information theory and the many-worlds theory of physics,and introduced the concept of Low-Complexity Art,the information age's extreme form of minimal art.He is recipient of numerous awards including the 2016 IEEE Neural Networks Pioneer Award "for pioneering contributions to deep learning and neural networks,"and Chief Scientist of the company NNAISENSE,which aims at building the first practical general purpose AI.
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