Gary Marcus: What kind of AI world do we want?

Gary Marcus: What kind of AI world do we want?

Public Lecture

“Generative AI (transcribed as “dinner AI” when I dictated this abstract) is just one possible flavor of AI among many, but fully dominant right now. Is it actually the kind of AI that we want?”  

GARY MARCUS is a leading voice in artificial intelligence. He is a scientist, best-selling author, and serial entrepreneur (Founder of Robust.AI and Geometric.AI, acquired by Uber). He is well-known for his challenges to contemporary AI, anticipating many of the current limitations decades in advance, and for his research in human language development and cognitive neuroscience. An Emeritus Professor of Psychology and Neural Science at NYU, he is the author of five books, including, The Algebraic Mind, Kluge, The Birth of the Mind, and the New York Times Bestseller Guitar Zero.
In his lecture, Garry Marcus will argue that generative AI is morally and technically inadequate, and that the development of more trustworthy approaches needs to be fostered.

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