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2017 GTC San Jose

S7239 - Artificial General Intelligence for the Internet of Things

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What do we need to achieve artificial general intelligence? How do we distribute intelligence over the internet-of-things? We'll dive deep into the heart of the matter, which is machine reasoning. Following recent advances in mathematical foundations and homotopy-type theory, we conclude that the crux is to formally separate intents from implementations. We can teach neural networks to understand these intents and to use a divide-and-conquer method for compiling these intents into implementations. Our goal is to outline a distributed strategy for accomplishing this moonshot.


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Intermediate
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Deep Learning and AI Intelligent Machines and IoT
Higher Education / Research
25 minutes
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