Dean of Science Jonathan Schaeffer Presents Artificial Intelligence & Games 11/05/13 with the most granular hot-linked table of contents we have ever produced on YouTube. From the Technology and Future of Medicine course at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. Table of Contents 00:00:00 Introduction Kim Solez Nov. 5, (1955) fictional anniversary of invention of flux capacitor enabling time travel in Back to the Future movie http://www.wired.com/thisdayintech/2009/11/1105back-to-the-future/ , Semmelweis University in Budapest, Hungary http://semmelweis-egyetem.hu/english/ starting course on Disruptive Technologies in Medicine in February 2014 and have suggested that their students and our students interact, Osmar Zaiane http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osmar_R._Zaiane giving three AI lectures in January 2014 in LABMP 590 00:02:05 Start of Jonathan Schaeffer Lecture "Best job in the world" 00:02:55 Games Research Group, 00:04:24 General game playing computers, 00:05:20 What is AI?, 00:06:58 Computer Evolution - Rethink what is means to think, 00:07:35 2000 Y2K Top ten lists Biggest inventions etc., 00:08:28 Biggest breakthrough never appears on any list: "Intelligent behaviour can be achieved on a silicon chip", 00:10:00 AI is a moving target, 00:10:38 If in 1900 you had a little black box which automatically corrected spelling and grammar would be regarded as a miracle, today we do not think of it as AI, as anything special, 00:13:05 In 2013 even computer chess does not seem to be AI anymore, taken for granted, 00:13:33 the Mysteries of the human brain are slowly being unraveled by computers, 00:14:05 Two different architectures, human and computer, 00:15:15 Machines have different way of solving problems, which may be greatly superior to the biological way, jet planes versus flapping wings, machines not bound by biological solutions, different solving methods, 00:16:55 Best route problem, 00:18:04 Computers can examine many more possibilities, Jeopardy! win for computers in February 2011, 00:19:10 Look under the hood, peek inside a "smart" program and you may find little that is intelligent, is this a paradox? What is intelligence? 00:20:15 Chess: Man vs. Machine, Murray Campbell from Edmonton is one of the three authors of Deep Blue, 00:21:20 Detailed analysis of match, 00:25:44 Score Card for match Deep Blue vs. Kasparov (1997) Ego factor, 00:29:09 Two different architectures, 00:29:58 Crossword puzzles, Proverb program, database of all past puzzles, and Google like searches, including specialized databases every time, 97% success, 00:33:45 Fact that it does not understand the clues does not matter, information retrieval without understanding is a powerful tool, 00:35:33 Definition of AI, 00:36:00 illusion of intelligent behavior, 00:36:35 Artificial stupidity, 00:36:57 Most visible AI = games, 00:37:46 Testbed for other applications, checkers playing algorithm used for protein and DNA analysis, 00:38:26 Challenge of realistic behavior, Bioware - Electronic Arts, 00:39;05 Facade, first electronic game to deeply engage the emotions, 00:41:20 Still a long way to go, Microsoft also has a long way to go, 00:43:30 Oblivion, realism leaves much to be desired, 00:47:05 Most successful AI strong game playing programs, Checkers, chess, Othello, Scrabble, Poker, 00:49:07 Most used AI, Email spam filters, 00:49:40 Largest AI Systems Visa credit card fraud prevention, Walmart's, US Military, face recognition with amazing capabilities, Biggest AI investors other than military, search engines, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Netflix, 00:55:11 Bill Gates quote, A breakthrough in machine learning would be worth ten Microsofts, 00:55:15 Coolest AI Mars Rover, Deep space 1, navigates self by computer, 00:56:36 automated driving at intersections, 00:59:38 Self-driving cars, 01:01:34 Serious games, medical, training of doctors to serve in combat zones, 01:03:15 Home robotics, snow-shoveling robots, 01:04:15 Home robotics from science fiction, not tomorrow, high level home robotics probably not in next twenty years, 01:04:47 ethical issues, emotional bond with a robot, 01:05:29 robots rights society, 01:05:51 computers as judge and jury, 01:06:12 coming soon, personalized healthcare, automated vehicles, self-driving cars, 50, 000 miles without accident, high quality language translation, turning data into knowledge, 01:07:19 impediments, Sci-Fi literature, largely invisible, elevators have simple AI, 01:08:40 lack of opportunities in industry locally, lack of knowledge in industry, UofA has many excellent graduates in AI, most leave the province or the country, should invest in knowledge, knowledge doesn't run out 01:09:53 AI is here, a part of your life, many AI technologies are mature, ready for you to use. 01:10:43 Discussion, Copyright (c) 2013, JustMachines Inc.