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The Fourth Industrial Revolution: The Artificial Intelligence (AI) Effect Superheroes of Science

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Deep learning was such an unpopular field of research in 2012 that there were only 3 labs in the world doing any research. Only in the last decade have we seen enormous progress in the fields of deep learning, machine learning (ML), and ultimately artificial intelligence (AI). Slater Victoroff, CTO and Founder of Indico Data, explains that AI is the automation of any process, with a computer, that would traditionally be completed by humans. Imagine the early elevators operated by humans. The first automated elevators would have been considered AI! Victoroff discusses all things AI and gives insight into why this field is progressing so quickly. The more progress we make towards AI, the more appreciation we gain for how incredible human cognition really is!   
 
Link from the episode:
DALL-E
https://openai.com/blog/dall-e/  

Deep learning was such an unpopular field of research in 2012 that there were only 3 labs in the world doing any research. Only in the last decade have we seen enormous progress in the fields of deep learning, machine learning (ML), and ultimately artificial intelligence (AI). Slater Victoroff, CTO and Founder of Indico Data, explains that AI is the automation of any process, with a computer, that would traditionally be completed by humans. Imagine the early elevators operated by humans. The first automated elevators would have been considered AI! Victoroff discusses all things AI and gives insight into why this field is progressing so quickly. The more progress we make towards AI, the more appreciation we gain for how incredible human cognition really is!   
 
Link from the episode:
DALL-E
https://openai.com/blog/dall-e/  

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