The Exciting (And Scary?) Prospects Of Artificial Intelligence
Computers and robots that have become a bit too smart have been the driving force behind the Terminator franchise, I, Robot, The Matrix Trilogy, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and dozens of other movies. But science fiction writers aren'?t the only ones concerned about a time when your office copier is smarter than you are. Bill Gates, Stephen Hawking, Stuart Russell and other scientists have expressed concerns over how artificial intelligence is developed and controlled. Joining us to look at the implications of artificial intelligence are Dean of the Northern Kentucky University College of Informatics, Dr. Kevin Kirby; and, Solution Architect and Partner at Definity Partners, LLC, Dave Hatter.