jonathanh / Jonathan Higgins

San storage geek, rock music fan, claims that curiosity didn’t kill the cat.

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  1. Inquiring Minds 82: Alex Garland - The Science of Ex Machina

    Alex Garland is the writer and director of Ex Machina, a recently released film about what happens when someone is asked to interact with what might be the world’s first true artificial intelligence (as well as the writer of Dredd, Sunshine, and 28 Days Later).

    On the show this week guest host Rebecca Watson talks to Garland about the science behind the film, and what he learned in the process of making it.

    https://soundcloud.com/inquiringminds/82-alex-garland-the-science-of-ex-machina

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  2. James Barrat on the future of Artificial Intelligence

    James Barrat, author of Our Final Invention: Artificial Intelligence and the End of the Human Era, discusses the future of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Barrat takes a look at how to create friendly AI with human characteristics, which other countries are developing AI, and what we could expect with the arrival of the Singularity. He also touches on the evolution of AI and how companies like Google and IBM and government entities like DARPA and the NSA are developing artificial general intelligence devices right now.

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  3. The future of artificial intelligence with Nick Bostrom by The Next Debate | Free Listening on SoundCloud

    The future of artificial intelligence with Nick Bostrom

    by The Next Debate

    published on 2015/04/29 23:58:25 0000

    It sounds like science fiction: a computer many times smarter than any human being wiping out civilization. But the existential risks associated with thinking machines is an increasingly hot top topic in Silicon Valley and high-tech hubs everywhere. Renowned artificial intelligence expert Nick Bostrom thinks the dangers are real, and the sooner we take them seriously the more likely we can prevent a super intelligent machine from becoming humankind’s last invention.

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    https://soundcloud.com/thenextdebate/the-future-of-artificial-intelligence-with-nick-bostrom

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  4. Understanding The General Election - Week 3 Live Seminar

    Audio from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGIvbJw1Bk4

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  5. TECHGRUMPS 69: THE 69 WEBAPPS OF DANGER

    This time we have Tom Morris, David Eastman and Ian Forrester forming the old guard, with returning guest Ant Miller.

    Topics today…

    o Snow fall content

    o Alternative open source software

    o State of mobile webapps

    Enjoy the new intro and be grumpy about the out-tro…

    https://techgrumps.wordpress.com/2015/02/09/techgrumps-69-the-69-webapps-of-danger/

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  6. TECHGRUMPS 68: THAT LAKE IS SO SO BITTER

    Techgrumps is back finally… We’re back for a new year with just Ian Forrester and David Eastman talking about…

    https://techgrumps.wordpress.com/2015/01/26/techgrumps-68/

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  7. Episode 13: David Allen on the Updated (2015) Version of Getting Things Done [The Amiel Show]

    Interview with David Allen, productivity guru, about the updated (2015) version of the book Getting Things Done.

    http://amielhandelsman.com/amiel-show-013-david-allen/

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  8. 5by5 | Getting There #33: Merlin Mann Shows Us His Panacea

    In which we talk with the brilliantly undefinable—yet always gracious—special guest: Merlin Mann. Best known as a cornerstone of the classic indie band Bacon Ray, he’s apparently also a prolific podcaster, renowned blogger, sometimes-comedian, and index card enthusiast. However, he’s here today because of his (and all joking aside) amazing insight into, advice about, and dissection of the areas of productivity, motivation, and, well, just trying to get there. As he tackles our listeners’ questions (as well as our own), we get a couple hours of some classic Merlin-Mann-ing.

    http://5by5.tv/ladybits/33

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