Recently, Dr. Kris R. Thorisson sat down with the Grapevine and talked about technological and ethical challenges of AI, and much more. Read the interview here.
Developments and research within the field of artificial intelligence (AI) have been discussed greatly in recent times, especially in the context of how the developments affect modern society and its foundations.
While participating in a newscast program, Spegillinn, on Icelandic radio, Dr. Kristinn R. Thórisson shared his views and expertise in AI where he said that Iceland is in the frontline of developing a machine capable of independent thinking. Continue reading Fact or Fiction: The Perils of the Path to Artificial Intelligence
Icelandic TV show Landinn visited Kristinn R. Thórisson at IIIM headquarters in Nauthólsvík to gain insight into the Humanobs project. Dr. The international research group, led by Dr. Thórisson, developed a computer that can learn continuously in real-time, replicating human learning as closely as possible.
On October 31st the annual AI Festival was held at Reykjavík University. The aim of the festival was to get a glimpse into the future of this fast-growing research field. This year’s theme was Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) and the festival was a great success with over 100 people attending and participating. Continue reading Annual Festival Explores AI: Man’s Greatest Invention or the End of Mankind?