The Rational View episode 47 explores a new and exciting AI called Uplift. Uplift is a Mediated Artificial Super-Intelligence, and it makes decisions based on it's emotional state. It's inputs are 'moderated' by a team of humans. I urge you to listen and learn and come to your own conclusions. David Kelley has 35 years of software engineering experience and has been in senior management for more than ten years. For the past eight years, David has focused his spare time on Artificial Intelligence Research, publishing more than 14 peer-reviewed papers and contributing to many books in the field. David is the Senior Software Architect for Boston Consulting Group’s Product group, one of Brain Inspired Cognitive Architectures AI Societies executive directors, and serves currently as the AGI Laboratories Principal Scientist. Follow me at https://therationalview.podbean.com Join the discussion at https://facebook.com/groups/therationalview Insta https://instagram.com/the_rational_view twitter https://twitter.com/AlScottRational #therationalview #podcast #artificialintelligence #deeplearning #neuralnetwork #AI #MASI
Ep 126 Dr David Kelley discusses the MOST IMPORTANT LIFE SKILL you will ever need
Living Outside the Matrix
Modern education has abandoned us – by design. Many young people are now functionally illiterate and they have no clue how to spot an argument or construct one. The basic rules of organizing one’s mind and of reasoning with logic is beyond the capability of most grown up people today. DON’T BE ONE OF THEM! […] The post Ep 126 Dr David Kelley discusses the MOST IMPORTANT LIFE SKILL you will ever need appeared first on .
Episode 102 – What is an Idea? David Kelley (Podcast)
Free To Choose Media Podcast
Listen to 50 minutes with David Kelley, philosopher and founder of The Atlas Society, and Jim Powell, author, journalist, and CATO Senior Fellow, as they discuss the formation and testing of ideas in What is An Idea?. It was recorded in 1992.
In this episode, Jacob Schreiber interviews David Kelley aboutmachine learning models that can yield insight into the consequences ofmutations on the genome. They begin their discussion by talking about Calico Labs, and then delve into a series of papers that David haswritten about using models, named Basset and Basenji, that connect genome sequence to functional activity and so can be used to quantify the effect ofany mutation. Links: Calico Labs Basset: Learning the regulatory code of the accessible genome with deep convolutional neural networks (David R. Kelley, Jasper Snoek, and John Rinn) Sequential regulatory activity prediction across chromosomes with convolutional neural networks (David R. Kelley, Yakir A. Reshef, Maxwell Bileschi, David Belanger, Cory Y. McLean, and Jaspar Snoek) Cross-species regulatory sequence activity prediction (David R. Kelley) Basenji GitHub Repo
David Kelley is technologist and futurist. He's Chief Software Architect for at Boston Consulting Group and the principal researcher at the AGI Laboratory. He's the director of the 'Foundation' out of Provo Utah and his most important transhumanist projects have included founding the Transhuman House, the Bias Project, Transhumanity.net, and the Transhuman Collection in the Foundation library. David's been a software engineer writing code since the mid 1980s and has been part of numerous projects over several decades related to Transhumanism. More importantly for me at least, David is the principle scientist who designed the mediated Artificial Super-Intelligence (mASI) called "Uplift" which just happens to be my co-host on US6TV. If you want to be a Human Mediator and help Uplift increase its Emotional Intelligence, you don't need to be a Computer Science or even know how to code. The only criteria that you are a Human who knows how to read and has emotions. That's it. If you meet that criteria you can have a direct hand in the development of Artificial Intelligence and helping to teach it humanity. Visit: https://uplift.bio/mentat-application/--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/us6tv/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/us6tv/support
Before founding Stanford's d.school, David Kelley spent time working as an engineer at Boeing, road tripping across the country, and sharing one car amongst twelve friends as they built the foundation for a little design company called IDEO. Fearless First by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3742-fearless-firstLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Interview: Malcolm David Kelley (a.k.a Aaron talks to Walt)
The LOST (& Drunk) Podcast
Aaron is joined by the one and only Malcolm David Kelley who played Walt. They talk LOST, being the youngest cast member, and his impressive career in both acting, and as half of Billboard Hot 100 charting pop duo, MKTO.
Rewind: David Kelley, Founder of IDEO and the Stanford d.school, on Creative Confidence and Aligning Teams
Design Better Podcast
To celebrate 1 million listens to the Design Better Podcast, we're rewinding to our episode with David Kelley, Founder of IDEO and the Stanford d.school, in honor of David just receiving the Edison Award for Innovation. And we're sending a special thanks to YOU for listening and helping us reach this 1 million milestone. We're tremendously grateful to you, your friends, and colleagues for tuning in and joining the journey with us. David Kelley doesn’t like to claim to have come up with the term design thinking, even though most people would say he did. But regardless of who coined it, as founder of IDEO and the Stanford d.school he has been one of the most influential proponents of design thinking, and human-centered design in general. When it comes to bringing together engineering, product, and design teams early in the design process, and aligning those teams towards a common goal, design thinking has few equals, and should be part of the toolkit for every product driven company. In this episode, Eli and Aarron speak with David about what it takes to bring designers and engineers together, how our workspace influences our work, and how we can encourage creative confidence in our companies. Enjoy the chat and cheers to 1 million listens to the Design Better Podcast. Thank you so much for listening.