Hector Ruiz: The Evolution of Cognitive Computing

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  1. Erenga Smith said:

    Are we going to see Cognitive Reproduction in Humans within coming decade?

    June 28, 2019
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  2. andenandenia said:

    So intelligence will be useful in several areas? Smart guy!

    June 28, 2019
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  3. Shawn Curry said:

    Oil export

    June 28, 2019
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  4. bary1234 said:

    Or we just fuck up this planet and die.
    I dont share your pessimism, I'm sure humans will go to other planets even if we dont destroy the biodiversity of Earth.

    June 28, 2019
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  5. TJ Simmons said:

    Overpopulation doesn't need to be solved. If we humans didn't overpopulate and diminish resources in our environments we would most likely never venture out to new environments. I say keep having children, keep using up the resources, and keep having different views, that way we are "forced" to find new environments. It may be the only way we leave this planet.

    June 28, 2019
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  6. bary1234 said:

    Whow, english is not your first language.
    Humans are killing off the biodiversity of this planet, and fucking up the climate.

    June 28, 2019
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  7. Wizard M said:

    Most environmentalist of killing humans population because that only takes 1 minute to teach. There is much space left if your not ignorant as environmentalist are.Scientists have warned us in past we can't support over 100 million yet here we are. As technology improves space is used better food made more nutritious. We could build islands on oceans or underground. I think that's not worth talking when your more likely to die or burdened by so many other things.

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  8. Chian Yee Lee said:

    WHY SHOULD BE SPELL HUAY

    June 28, 2019
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  9. TheSara90 said:

    if only those things like technology, medicine , economy,oil etc. wasent politically courrupted , then maybe what he is saying would be relevant

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  10. Devin said:

    I was just thinking that… *shudder*

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  11. theswayzeexpress1 said:

    This guy is clearly not a psychologist or neurologist. How can we make a computer of the human brain if we can not even understand how our brain works?

    June 28, 2019
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  12. S.S. Tragedy said:

    Oh fuck. SkyNet

    June 28, 2019
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  13. bary1234 said:

    Yeah, its so easy to pull the trigger. If your mother talks back at you, just shoot her. If people block you in traffic, just kill them. Who cares about others, its you that matters.

    Fuck you.

    June 28, 2019
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  14. KungFu909 said:

    10 years from skynet 🙁

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  15. maverickM249 said:

    15 mile space ships.

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  16. bary1234 said:

    Can you google?
    /watch?v=kXN633–GE4

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  17. 47f0 said:

    I'm afraid you keep making blanket and sweeping statements with absolutely no provenance for your views. "Humans take up too much space" – how much space (and it is most certainly not 80%, BTW), and by what standards do you determine how much is "too much"?

    Seems like a lot of emotional hand-wringing and appeals to "the human as evil" without a whole lot of facts or reason behind the words.

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  18. bary1234 said:

    Humans take up too much space.

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  19. 47f0 said:

    And 95% of your statistics are pulled from your nether regions.
    What do you think food is, I wonder? I'll give you a hint – actually more than a hint.: food is energy. Nothing more or less. We have more energy coming into this planet than we know what to do with. We do not handle it well. But we are on the edge of handling it much, much better. Tissue culturing will replace plants and animals as a food source in the short term. Longer term, food will be synthesized by molecular assemblers.

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  20. bary1234 said:

    Humans occupy 80 percent of land and harvest 100 percent of the oceans. We kill off 60 percent of earths biodiversity in a decade, because there is no more room for other species.

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  21. 47f0 said:

    Not so fast, Bucko. Yes, we have expert systems. But we know, and have known for some time, that expert systems are a good way to drown in conditionals in any complex environment.
    In short, teaching the computer only goes so far. We have to teach the computer to learn, and that is precisely where the current research is at a fundamental phase change. We are getting far better through a variety of techniques, like evolutionary algorithms, at developing systems that not only learn, but synthesize.

    June 28, 2019
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