Eye on A.I. is a biweekly podcast, hosted by longtime New York Times correspondent Craig S. Smith. In each episode, Craig will talk to people making a difference in artificial intelligence. The podcast aims to put incremental advances into a broader context and consider the global implications of the developing technology. AI is about to change your world, so pay attention.
Large Language Models & GPT-J
Connor Leahy, one of the minds behind Eleuther AI and its open-source large language model, GPT-J, talks about the building such models and their implications for the future.
Robert O. Work
Robert O. Work, former Deputy Secretary of Defense and recently co-chairman of the National Security Commission on AI, talks about competition between the US and China to integrate AI into their military capabilities.
Stephen DeAngelis, head of Enterra Solutions, reminds us that so-called Old-Fashioned AI continues to be a powerful tool. He talked about leveraging knowledge bases, inference engines and symbolic logic to make decisions about large dynamic systems.
A National AI Research Resource
Daniel Ho, associate director of Stanford’s Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence talks about the proposed National AI Research Resource, an effort to expand the data and compute available to academic researchers, leveling the playing field with researchers in private companies.
Andrew Feldman, one of the founders and CEO of Cerebras Systems, talks about the company's wafer-scale computer chip optimized for machine learning and about the network of chips that company has built that has as much computing power as a human brain.
Adobe and AI
Adobe’s head of research, Gavin Miller, talks about AI-enhanced creativity, guarding against manipulation of visual media and his own AI-enabled robot snakes.
Incredibly interesting podcast about artificial intelligence
Informative, interesting, and well put together, I absolutely love this series.
Each episode we’re joined by a different guest, and they talk about a bunch of different aspects of artificial intelligence.
While machine learning is a relatively new concept it is taking over the world and the fact that computers are able to go through processes of deep learning is going to change our future.
At such an important time of AI, it’s nice to have found a podcast that explains the global context of neural networks in such an easy to understand way.
Artificial intelligence information gold mine
A brilliant podcast series for understanding how AI affects us all. Craig S. Smith talks to guests, who are all leading AI industry experts, about in-depth artificial intelligence issues such as machine learning, neural networks, deep learning, AI security policies, and how each new advance will affect our world, society and future. The episodes are to the point, clear and are intelligently structured making them a must to listen to.