The future of #AI.

We have people giving opinions on a complex subject that for all practical purposes seem to contradict each other. I’ll give them this, they are some smart people; all of them have demonstrated vision and accomplished quite a few things over the years. People like Elon Musk, Ki Fu Lee, and Stephen Hawking have been sounding alarms on what the future will be in AI. We are hearing everything from AI is an existential threat to humanity to fifty percent of the workforce will be made obsolete in the next fifteen years. Of course, some world leaders have made outrageous statements like “The first nation to master AI will rule the world.” Statements like this can lead to an AI arms race where nobody wins. The other side is, we need to make more breakthroughs to achieve AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) even then, we can contain it. Economist are saying the market will adapt.

I’m of the opinion, the issues are a bit more nuanced. We are seeing how AI can augment decision making in data centers, education, health care among other domains.

So, for the next few months, I’ll be interviewing people, try to understand what the issues are, and try to come up with what are the real questions we should be asking.

On Friday, January 8th 2021, we will start this conversation with Dr. Olesya Zmazneva and Jean-Eric Pelet. What will the AI world look like in fifteen years?

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Robert Lockard is a professional Oracle Designer, Developer and DBA working in the world of financial intelligence. In 1987 his boss called him into his office and told him that he is now their Oracle Wizard then handed him a stack of Oracle tapes and told him to load it on the VAX. Sense then, Robert has worked exclusively as an Oracle database designer, developer and Database Administrator. Robert enjoys flying vintage aircraft, racing sailboats, photography, and technical diving. Robert owns and fly’s the “Spirit of Baltimore Hon” a restored 1948 Ryan Navion and lives in Glen Burnie Maryland on Marley Creek

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