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January 10, 2013

Neil Jacobstein Describes How AI Will Change The World

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In a recent TEDx Talk, the Singularity University's Neil Jacobstein reviews the progress of artificial intelligence so far, and lets us know that, "This is only the beginning."
Neil Jacobstein Co-chairs the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Track at Singularity University on the NASA Research Park campus in Mountain View California.

He served as President of Singularity University from October 2010-2011. His work there focuses on the technical, business, and ethical implications of exponential technologies. He became a Reuters Research Fellow in the Digital Vision Program at Stanford University in 2006. He has been a Distinguished Visiting Scholar in Stanford's Media X Program since 2007.

Jacobstein Chaired AAAI's 17th Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence Conference, and has served as a technical consultant on AI research and development projects for many industrial and government agencies.

Jacobstein was the CEO of Teknowledge Corporation, a pioneering AI company. He worked as a graduate research intern in Alan Kay's Learning Research Group at Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), and in PARC's Software Concepts Group. He is a Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute.

Jacobstein is deeply interdisciplinary, and for 20 years has served as Chairman of the Institute for Molecular Manufacturing, a nanotechnology R&D organization that has advised the White House Science Office, Foresight, and the Academy of Sciences.

In a recent TEDx Talk, Jacobstein reviews the progress of artificial intelligence so far, and lets us know that, "This is only the beginning."


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