January 11, 2011
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The Opie and Anthony Show
Video Source: The Opie & Anthony Show
PBS NewsHour | Science correspondent Miles O’Brien goes head-to-circuit board with IBM’s computer Watson on the game show Jeopardy! to explore the limits of language and artificial intelligence for machines. Interviewed in this segment: Ray Kurzweil (author, inventor), David Ferrucci (IBM), Marvin Minksy (MIT, AI expert). In the second video, Miles O’Brien takes on Watson, and loses. In the third video, he tells Hari Sreenivasan about how the supercomputer works… read more
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Bloomberg Television InBusiness | The future is near: Ray Kurzweil, chairman and chief executive officer of Kurzweil Technologies, discusses artificial intelligence and the impact of computer technological advancements on society. Kurzweil speaks with Margaret Brennan and Jon Erlichman on Bloomberg Television’s InBusiness.
Video Source: Bloomberg Television | InBusiness
Bloomberg Television InBusiness
Fox News America’s Newsroom | Rise of the machines not so far-fetched? Bill Hemmer interviews Ray Kurzweil and director Barry Ptolemy on the new documentary Transcendent Man, which depicts the future of robot/human interaction.
Video Source: Fox News | America’s Newsroom
Fox News America's Newsroom
MSNBC The Dylan Ratigan Show | Prepare to evolve, the robot revolution: Dylan Ratigan interviews Ray Kurzweil and film director Barry Ptolemy on the themes of the Transcendent Man documentary and the coming merger of humans with machine intelligence. The panel talks about the latest steps toward an explosion in the field of artificial intelligence.
Video Source: MSNBC | The Dylan Ratigan Show
Big Think | If you can survive for 34 more years, you have a good shot at living forever, says futurist Ray Kurzweil. Here are his three favorite dietary supplements that will make sure he’s around for the Singularity.
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Comedy Central The Colbert Report | Ray Kurzweil believes man and machine are becoming one. Kurzweil predicts that people will merge with technology and become a billion times smarter by 2045. Kurzweil and Stephen Colbert discussed nanobots in the body (“Millions of tiny nanobots into our blood system — is there any way that couldn’t turn into a horror movie?” Colbert asked), uploading into a computer, the Singularity (“Will I have six-pack… read more
Video Source: Comedy Central | The Colbert Report