"The architect of Biden's 'Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights' [Harold F. Linder Professor in the School of Social Science] Alondra Nelson talks to Christiane Amanpour about the threats and opportunities posed by artificial intelligence."
"What does a public vision for A.I. actually look like? What do we as a society want from this technology, and how can we design policy to orient it in that direction? There are few people who have thought as deeply about those questions as Alondra Nelson." On this episode of The Ezra Klein Show, the Harold F. Linder Professor in the Institute's School of Social Science explores the A.I. policy challenge and more.
Measuring the mass of a galaxy cluster is difficult—clusters cannot be “weighed” by placing them on a scale. Digvijay Wadekar, current Member in the School of Natural Sciences, has worked to develop an AI program to identify new variables that might make inferring the mass from other observable quantities more accurate.
Brant Robertson, Maureen
and John Hendricks Visiting Professor in the School of Natural
Sciences, joins the AI Podcast for a discussion of how
astronomers are leveraging artificial intelligence to transform
vast quantities of astronomical data into...
"At a talk at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New
Jersey, on Saturday, [Demis Hassabis] addressed a packed auditorium
with a lightning summary of where AI has been and where it's
Prolific scientist John J.
Hopfield, whose work has spanned various fundamental
disciplines from physics to molecular biology to neuroscience, has
been selected as the recipient of the 2019 Benjamin Franklin Medal
in Physics. This prestigious award...
Max Tegmark, physicist and
former Member in the School of Natural Sciences, sat down with
Massive's Nadja Oertelt to explain how artificial
intelligence can help us to "unlock the full potential that’s
latent in nature and use it to help humanity...