Deep Learning - the last computer scientist

Activity: Academic talk or presentation typesOral presentation

Description

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is among the key scientific achievements of the latter 20th century. Turing's notions on the equivalence of computation and human thought, coupled with the exponentially increasing power of computers, made it natural to dream about computers with human cognitive capabilities. Deep Learning is turning science fiction into science reality at a speed that is not yet fully appreciated. What will this mean for the future of computer science? Will future computers need computer scientists? Will the last computer scientist be a machine? Come to find out more...
Period24 May 2016
Event titlePint of Science Festival: Ready for Robots?
Event typeOther
LocationSheffield, United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionInternational