Mind Matters Where Natural and Artificial Intelligence Meet

What Humans Do That A.I. Can’t

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AI can do many things faster and better than humans. It can beat humans in chess, outsmart us in Jeopardy, and defeat us at GO. The question remains. Is there anything a human can (and always will) do better than an AI?

Show Notes

  • 01:00 | Eric Holloway Introduction
  • 01:57 | Fold It, a showdown between AI and amateurs
  • 03:40 | Jay Richards on crowd-sourcing bean counting in The Human Advantage
  • 04:33 | Creativity and Solmonoff Induction
  • 05:33 | Amazon Turk, or “where you get your crowd”
  • 06:48 | Algorithms of the gaps and people in the loop
  • 08:05| Universe Sized Puzzle
  • 09:49 | What Jobs Are Safe From AI?
  • 11:40 | Moravec Paradox
  • 12:44 | Singularity
  • 13:17 | Sigmoid Curve
  • 13:48 | The Journal of Irreproducible Results
  • 14:33 | The A.I. Peak
  • 15:11 | Moore’s Law
  • 15:50 | Future Forecast