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Technology and Humanity, AI and The Future: Bratislava Keynote by Futurist Gerd Leonhard

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Are humans computable? Can AI actually 'think'? What will happen to humans when machines do 'all the work'? This presentation was delivered along with the launch of free Slovak edition of my book Technology vs Humanity see www.techvshuman.com

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Technology and Humanity, AI and The Future: Bratislava Keynote by Futurist Gerd Leonhard

  1. 1. Technology, Humanity, AI and The Future
  2. 2. So what does a Futurist do?
  3. 3. Our world will change more in the next 20 years than in the previous 300 years It could be heaven or it could be hell
  4. 4. The future is better than we think … IF…
  5. 5. …we don’t confuse the tool with the purpose
  6. 6. Becoming super-human: be careful what you wish for!
  7. 7. 1 2 4 8 16 32 64128 Linear thinking Wait and see Just do it
  8. 8. Technology is exponential, but humans are not. What matters most to us is not ‘technology’!
  9. 9. Humanity ☯ Technology
  10. 10. AndrorithmsAlgorithms
  11. 11. Humans ≠ Machines*
  12. 12. Machines ≠ Human
  13. 13. Anything that can be digitized or automated, will be: the end of routine is near!The end of routine is NOT the end of work, nor of purpose!
  14. 14. Machines don’t do relationships *but they are becoming exceedingly good at faking them
  15. 15. Data and Information is not Knowledge* is not Understanding is not Wisdom Machines don’t understand 95% of what makes us human is not Purpose
  16. 16. “We are least aware of what our minds do best. The most difficult things for machines to emulate are those that are unconscious” (Moravec, Minsky et al) Would we WANT machines to ‘emulate the unconscious’?
  17. 17. AI: Science Fiction
  18. 18. AI: Computer systems that turn information and data into KNOWLEDGE (Demis Hassabis, CEO, DeepMind) AI: MACHINES THAT CAN HEAR, SEE, SPEAK, LEARN… THINK?
  19. 19. Landscape of Human Competence (Moravec, Tegmark)
  20. 20. Technology is a great servant but a terrible master
  21. 21. Technology is a great servant but a terrible master
  22. 22. Data is the new Oil, and Artificial Intelligence is the new Electricity: An irresistible, $50 Trillion gold-rush
  23. 23. Towards a totally networked world: we must start to include the ‘externalities’
  24. 24. The externalities of exponential technological growth must be INCLUDED in the digital economy, as well!
  25. 25. How will we make sure that SOFTWARE (AI!) IS NOT CHEATING THE WORLD ?
  26. 26. How will we make sure that SOFTWARE (AI!) IS NOT CHEATING THE WORLD ?
  27. 27. How will we make sure that SOFTWARE (AI!) IS NOT CHEATING THE WORLD ?
  28. 28. Social media is a great example for what can go wrong when algorithms+profit rule over human concerns
  29. 29. Social media is a great example for what can go wrong when algorithms+profit rule over human concerns
  30. 30. Social media is a great example for what can go wrong when algorithms+profit rule over human concerns
  31. 31. Social media is a great example for what can go wrong when algorithms+profit rule over human concerns
  32. 32. #digitalethics
  33. 33. #digitalethics
  34. 34. Security? Data Protection? Privacy? Digital Rights? Governance? Accountability? Regulation? We are building a new META-INTELLIGENCE Social Contract? Ethics? Values? Sustainability? “Technology can do great things, but it does not WANT to do great things. It does not want anything.”Tim Cook, CEO, Apple October 25 2018
  35. 35. Digital Ethics: the difference between doing whatever technological progress will allow us to do, and putting collective human flourishing first at all times
  36. 36. We need to invest as much into humanity as we invest into technology
  37. 37. Heaven or Hell - it’s up to us!
  38. 38. Heaven or Hell - it’s up to us!
  39. 39. All scientific and technological advancements must have HUMAN FLOURISHING as its core objective
  40. 40. Exponential technological progress will force us to expand our economic logic beyond the sole focus on GDP-growth
  41. 41. Technology is not WHAT we seek, but HOW we seek
  42. 42. We will not find real happiness* in the cloud, via an AI or on a screen! * eudaemonia
  43. 43. For now, the biggest danger is not that machines will eliminate us but that we become too much like them
  44. 44. Reductionism is detrimental for humans, society and business!
  45. 45. The Future: awesome humans on-top of amazing technology
  46. 46. Thanks for your time!

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