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This Canadian Genius Created Modern AI

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For nearly 40 years, Geoff Hinton has been trying to get computers to learn like people do, a quest almost everyone thought was crazy or at least hopeless - right up until the moment it revolutionized the field. In this Hello World video, Bloomberg Businessweek's Ashlee Vance meets the Godfather of AI. ---------- Hello World is a Webby and Emmy-nominated video series from Bloomberg that invites the viewer to come on a journey across the globe to find the inventors, scientists and technologists shaping our future. Join journalist and best-selling author Ashlee Vance on a quest to find the freshest, weirdest tech creations and the beautiful freaks behind them. Watch more Hello World episodes: https://www.bloomberg.com/hello-world https://www.bloomberg.com/news/videos/2018-06-25/meet-the-godfather-of-ai-in-this-episode-of-hello-world-video Bloomberg is the First Word in business news, delivering breaking news & analysis, up-to-the-minute market data, features, profiles and more: http://www.bloomberg.com Connect with us on... Twitter: https://twitter.com/business Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bloombergbusiness Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bloombergbusiness/
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Majin Perez (3 days ago)
No stop! Take this video down. You can't give credit to a white man!!!! Hillary 2020!
King George (9 days ago)
Canadian???? He is British!!!
Prasanta Borah (9 days ago)
I don't like AI. Thanks.
AJAY THOMAS Lukose (12 days ago)
Great work
moses omondi (12 days ago)
did anyone saw the self driving hum v.this guy will get his own award.
FredIsMyName22 (15 days ago)
nice veidio
Navraj Singh (17 days ago)
What everyone is praising now will one day rule us and be controlled by the elites....
Wat happened to the homies back ?
jake (19 days ago)
Muhamed Retkoceri (20 days ago)
It is interesting how his great-great-grandfather George Bool was ahead of his time when his work about Boolean Algebra was build on a basis of a model of how the mind works, which for him was logic. After around 150 years his direct ancestor Geoffrey Hinton pursues the goal to understand how the mind works and then goes ahead of his time by revolutionizing Artificial Intelligence. The world did indeed catch up once, but he is still ahead as he keeps pushing the field with new work like Capsule Neural Networks.
_ _ (22 days ago)
What kept you going despite everyone wanting nothing to do with it? "I knew that everybody was wrong", I did not want to take Department of Defense money xD
_ _ (22 days ago)
"if you want to really understand something like the brain you have to build it first" EXACTLY how I look at it!
menfoy (22 days ago)
"I didnt want to take military money" - next moment a military car is self-driving
aris oreta (23 days ago)
and one day understand consciousness, and souls will become fairytales
Namashkar (23 days ago)
STOP AI. We should build a Community called "Humans" stop this machine age....
Mauladous Basantes (23 days ago)
A genius bu, though, he did not create Modern AI, he perfected it.
RodrigoJR Barnachea (24 days ago)
Surmising it all... Internet is potentially a neural network.
Invention Exchange (26 days ago)
Nice video!
Andrew Palfreyman (26 days ago)
Hinton is English, ya dork.
Miah Elf (26 days ago)
Get this guy a segue
aniruddha rawale (27 days ago)
He's a savage though
Serge Valson (28 days ago)
Music please. Need this for inspiration and reading books. Thank you.
Chenthuran Siva (1 month ago)
Geoffrey Hinton is British
Ddd Nnn (1 month ago)
You can t even fix your back ?? Your focus is on the wrong problem.
theARK designs (1 month ago)
Because of the internet and the abundance of data.....interesting how someone is able to gather everyones data and use it for their own interests.....
Uditsinghparihar (1 month ago)
His story is similar to Einstein, both were ahead of their time and proposed a theory for which technology was not ready yet.
D. A. (1 month ago)
So this is guy that needs to be murdered when we go back in time to stop skynet? Noted.
alipaf2002 (1 month ago)
Chintan Aahir (1 month ago)
Nice ... : D ....
Lionel Duvart (1 month ago)
We'll remember his face while the first totally functioning AI kill us all seeing us as a threat to its existence
Starlord (20 days ago)
By that time he'll die of old age.
; (26 days ago)
Lionel Duvart idiot
CyndiLu Stone (1 month ago)
Jesus warned us about the Archon's....they use people
Shahar Rozenbloom (1 month ago)
Siri I want to Sleep ( in a Hotel) and it know your type of Hotels by credit Card. Or in your House (I will set the timer for 7 Hours or less depend on your לוח שנה) in a Killer Patent. Siri I need to go to the Toilet in the city and it’s silence your Phone even at work in A Patent. Siri I Want a Burger and it find fast food. Even Pizza or a Falafel or Israeli Hummus And Borito or An Chinese or Kyoto or American Food House And it’s know the Prices And Type Of Food And the preference of you and Health and Allergies or if you have Kids or disability like whys to park your Car or enter the restaurant like a Stairs or if it’s full and More depend on Credit Card And העדפות. And Tens More other different things. Or I Want to buy an iPhone X (near you on an Apple Store or like) and if not on Apple site.
StephenAndrew777 (1 month ago)
I agree with his own department.
Yogeshwar Singh (1 month ago)
All the technologists should be made the world leaders, they won't invade or wage war, they will constructively use their power, and make the world easier every day.
ayo aloko (12 days ago)
Someone hasn't heard of a hostile takeover. Humans are humans.
Last King (16 days ago)
what about the innovated wars machines they are building?
Van Litespeed (1 month ago)
Before it was cool...
Paul H. Kircher III (1 month ago)
Don't they have enough to worry about with Reddit?
Functional Savants (1 month ago)
Fuck you! I Created AI, mother fuckers!!
28bits (1 month ago)
Yoshua Bengio is also a Canadian Pioneer of AI. He was the supervisor for Ian Goodfellow, one of the top AI researchers in the world working at Google right now.
RazorSharp11 (1 month ago)
wow he worked for 20 years before the mainstream media recognized the value of his work
Doodelay Explains (1 month ago)
Genius man
Viz Swezzz (1 month ago)
The anchor lookss like kygo
Kevin Singh (1 month ago)
Hello world? Is that a pun to coding languages?
chandra vikram singh (1 month ago)
we are moving closer to doomsday
; (26 days ago)
chandra vikram singh how
08680868 (1 month ago)
I'm From Canada toronto, everyone from canada 🍁 thumbs up , feeling proud
OU812 (27 days ago)
@08680868 Yeah but then there's Beiber.
black knights georgian (1 month ago)
So this guy created neural network niiiiice love yout invention use it a lot
umar ali (1 month ago)
Your creating a computer that can learn and make decisions like humans. What if the computer made the wrong decision and goes to war against humans, we humans make wrong decisions all the time.
Tanmay Khelkar (1 month ago)
umar ali You have a point. They will be way less than humans though
n d (1 month ago)
his candy ass is next
Carlos Muchachon (1 month ago)
It is no f****** funny just created Skynet Skynet is going to destroy us all
Ns Ja (1 month ago)
John McCarthy is the father of AI
Emma Ik (1 month ago)
Data is also key. Learning comes from accumulation of useful data.
Emma Ik (1 month ago)
Technology has to grow, the economic viability also needs to be put in check.. AI will eventually become an everyday tool in various aspects of life.
Dukky Drake (1 month ago)
At least we know who to blame if it all goes sideways.
seymore glass (1 month ago)
Happenned to notice the map identifies upstate NY when apparently pointing out Buffalo, across the pond from TO instead of the real location of the city near Niagara Falls. Americans really don't know geography! lol Otherwise cool vid.
Kaustabh Ganguly (1 month ago)
I'm an AI researcher and this video is on a spiritual level to me . I talked to yann lacunn even
Amit Kumar patel (4 days ago)
me too....
Sumler Corp (22 days ago)
Ruslan Uchan LinkedIn, conferences , emails, small to medium companies engaging in AI based systems
movement2contact (26 days ago)
I don't think atheists ever get triggered, except losing patience... Triggered feminist.
Triggered Feminist (26 days ago)
movement2contact Triggered, atheist?
Afi Rex (1 month ago)
Just a very simple comment .. COMMENT..
enggaksalah wrong'nt (1 month ago)
why does he looks like the senator "it's treason, then.."
timkug (1 month ago)
AI will be our children, they will outlive humans travel to other galaxies. When we look for alien life, we should be looking for alien AI. They are the most likely to make contact with us.
Paolo Sobretodo (1 month ago)
Ibrahim Hasani (1 month ago)
What an incredible and modest man.
Saurabh Kumar (1 month ago)
That's super cool and inspiring
David L (1 month ago)
Interesting. Great to see UofT and Toronto in video. You located Buffalo at wrong spot on map, however. It's on Lake Erie, not Lake Ontario.
Rohit Prajapati (1 month ago)
AI has collected so much data from users that it can trick and control people for the future to come. Humans can not run many simultaneous processes as AI can, The main cons are going to be those who have administrative access to AI.
SKPjoe Coursegold (1 month ago)
hope he bought goooooooooooooooood shoes.
lppoqql (1 month ago)
University of Toronto deserves more recognition, no one outside of Canada knows about their contributions
Devin Jump (1 month ago)
Thanks a lot dude, now we know who to blame...
Tanmay Khelkar (26 days ago)
Devin Jump I suppose yes. 'cause that would be quite embarrassing for you if I did, kid
Devin Jump (1 month ago)
Tanmay Khelkar you aren’t supposed to reveal my artificially intelligent existence...
Tanmay Khelkar (1 month ago)
Devin Jump Yeah. People like you :P
Nahin Khan (1 month ago)
Even though we have been warned about SkyNet by the Terminator movies , we are still taking steps towards making SkyNet a reality .
Adhiya Pratama (4 days ago)
silly ape
Devan S. (5 days ago)
well, they'll still be human emotions :P but yea that's stupid
Creamapod Games (5 days ago)
That's unless if someone is a big enough of a dumbass to actually program feelings in there.....
Devan S. (5 days ago)
these people have probably never seen what AI has done, AI is bound to repeat what machines and factories did before, make humans more irrelevant, but that's out job, to make our lives as easy as possible, there is no reason an AI would want to destroy its creators. If an AI is created to invent ideas, then it will, and the public will be able to use this to their advantage, if the AI is giving internet access it knows that inventing things makes its creators happy. If you put a human in a box and told him, this button will give you unlimited power, what would he do? He would, first obviously use it to his advantage FIRST, then he knows, because it's the purpose of life to ensure your species survival, he would benifit humanity. not destroy it. AI isn't another species, it's just humanity in a box. They will be from the beginning and to the end, pro-human.
Creamapod Games (20 days ago)
There is something called an EMP... I highly recoomend you realise that the goverment has plans for bullshit like that to happen. They even have a plan for a zombie appocolypse....
Okay so this was discussed at Bilderberg group?
congrats for 1m subs!
Lachlan Phillips (1 month ago)
Living legend.
Ilustrado (1 month ago)
I'm sorry but how does our good sir take a shit though?
Paul Tsang (1 month ago)
He looks just like Finn Wolfhard
Dhillon (1 month ago)
Amazing! Highly motivational! But you can stand in a bus too!
gustavo marino (1 month ago)
Dritman (1 month ago)
Man what a guy, totally brilliant.
Pawan Snj (1 month ago)
He stands equal to Newton and Einstein
Shivam Gupta (1 month ago)
Kevin Delgado (1 month ago)
I thought alan turing was the godfather of ai
Kitsune (1 month ago)
He is the godfather of the Turing test.
Jonas Kgomo (1 month ago)
Cool Story
darkdoctor2017 (1 month ago)
The brain runs in the family
BlastYourMind (1 month ago)
I've seen that before , I swear !
DIPTA BISWAS (1 month ago)
god father of AI ,one of my inspiration
Hello World-WPL (1 month ago)
hello world
MrSiggitomm (1 month ago)
The music is quite loud compared to the voices in this video (at around the 3 minute mark especially). I've also noticed it in a few other Bloomberg videos. Entertaining and informing nevertheless!
Maitrayan Ghosh Roy (1 month ago)
Ab C. Def (1 month ago)
This guy is awesome!
Aman Rajput (1 month ago)
He should be a billionaire
Physics 20 (1 month ago)
Aman Rajput he works for Google that means not a chance
this guy will get a Turing Award
Xue Lee (1 month ago)
Walmart should have ai that would be awesome and neat to see
Xue Lee (1 month ago)
I wonder if you could progress even more to eliminate overhead in business and to progress even more in agriculture.
Tim McDonald (1 month ago)
So George Hotz wasn’t the first to use AI for sled driving cars he just got more data from his app and better code for the car
Rebeldoug (1 month ago)
In 94 I was playing backgammon on a neural net app called Jellyfish and another called TD Gammon. So, neural nets were alive and well in the nineties.
®ioT (1 month ago)
Motherfucker....that felt tip on a clean, new book made my OCD go into overdrive...
Legacy Chaser (1 month ago)
Guys please dont use AI for bad. I like earth and humans.
Shivam Gupta (1 month ago)
; most people will loose in Coming years I am ML engineer thats why I say . First govt and bank jobs will be gone
; (1 month ago)
Shivam Gupta You will get new job
Shivam Gupta (1 month ago)
You are gonna loosr your job in near future by AI
; (1 month ago)
Ali Abeedoun Okay
Raditya Oe (1 month ago)
The godfather, the magician.
BoomSlanG (1 month ago)
Ai vs Nature. First and final battle.
Doxol (1 month ago)
Luqman Hakim (1 month ago)
During this span of time,IBM showed up their deep blue super computer to defeat chess world champion
Juan C (1 month ago)
that was it? I wanted more.
Ashlee Vance (1 month ago)
Full episode here https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Dk7h22mRYHQ&t=205s
Kuro (1 month ago)
what he has at his back ??
Mr. D (1 month ago)
what is unfortunate is that the AI will be limited just like the use of human brains. it will be certainly awesome have an AI to solve all the Millennium problems!
Tanmay Khelkar (26 days ago)
; U didn't read it properly
; (26 days ago)
Quantum Resonance You are idiot
Tanmay Khelkar (1 month ago)
Quantum Resonance It always will
Quantum Resonance (1 month ago)
Mr. D learning and research would have no meaning again. the world will be boring.
WulfCry (1 month ago)
There a bit more history behind the a.i field. Before it all started of they've used and build their own electronics. then the computer chip aka the cpu came, Programming language. The need for faster processing became an oddity from super computers which been very expensive and to exotic for most university to acces or purchase and transputers which could be anything from a cluster of dsp and cpu much to novel. So that stalled the field a bit of and the community that wither due to its less promising results and seriousness. It was then with the 32 bit cpu the pentium 2 and 3 special instruction set like SSE. Those chips and others which then fueled to build servers and gawd the mystery still is why it had not gotten of half way the eighties. Oh wait the ever expanding phone and mobile market. The market got more focus on the growing phone market to much with switch boards. But luckily together with that the data market also started to flourish in very small increment steps however it was enough to spur the thing that was called the world wide web to grow even bigger faster better. And here we are today some call it the rise of a.i but it was already there for decades. The only thing it needs is the next big thing to fuel and idea and build it as it was supposed to be just as the faster cpu did , servers , switch boards and the internet. Who knows maybe quantum computing is the next increment.
WulfCry (1 month ago)
ISBS ISBS I can answer that. Youtube is a valid platform like any social site. The diversity of its strength are the video's, That said visual versus reading consumptions divers per person one might take in the whole contend or skim it and say I understand or know the subject or say bravo yay that great. If you're well known in the subject people happly read it find out more for themselves or share what they have to add in addition. Youtube a powerful platform ask anyone like pewdiepie etc.
ISBS ISBS (1 month ago)
i wonder why people wrote so long coment in youtube? Hardly anyone cares. even if they what is the benefit after all.
Edward van Grootel (1 month ago)
How the end of humans started. We will built emergency switched they said. AI wont be smart enough to sabotage it, they said. especially with quantum computers. insert sarcasm here. But with this in mind.. How can we make money of it, create world/universal peace and control all this madness..?
RodrigoCastilloCL (1 month ago)
Excelent, more of this kind of videos please!

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