Recommended Resource - The Artificial Intelligence Podcast
Welcome back to our "Reviews and Recommendations" series, in which we recommend resources to help sensory and consumer scientists learn more about artificial intelligence!
This week's recommended resource - the Artificial Intelligence podcast hosted by Lex Fridman of MIT - addresses the more technical and philosophical side of AI.
According to its Stitcher description, this podcast consists of:
"Conversations at MIT and beyond about the nature of intelligence with some of the most interesting people in the world thinking about AI from the perspective of deep learning, robotics, AGI, neuroscience, philosophy, psychology, cognitive science, economics, physics, mathematics, and more."
I have personally found this podcast to be a fascinating and stimulating tour through the world of AI. I started at the beginning and am working my way forward through time whenever I have some time to myself, such as when I'm folding laundry or doing dishes. That said, the episodes are standalone - you could begin listening with the latest episode. Also, as if the guests and host weren't already smart enough, on Stitcher you can choose to speed up the audio by up to double speed, which makes the speakers seem like geniuses of staggering proportions.
I hope you subscribe to the show and enjoy it as much as I do!
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