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Is Blockchain a Branch of AI? with Toufi Saliba
This talk will be a sneak peek at ACM AiDecentralized, an ACM global initiative to collide AI practitioners with Blockchainers in conferences across major cities. Unlike the many conferences bringing AI to Blockchain, we strongly believe bringing the security elements learned from the science of the Blockchain to AI can be crucial to secure AI. Autonomous decentralized governance is a security model, its evolution has surpassed academia and is currently being manifested heavily within the Blockchains and Crypto community. Yet, many if not most AI practitioners are unaware of its existence, or its necessity to securing AI. Colliding these two disciplines can benefit the security of AI and subsequently the safety of humankind.
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Talks from some of the leading visionaries and bleeding-edge researchers in AI/ML: Fei-Fei Li on visual intelligence in computers and ImageNet; Eric Horvitz on AI solutions in the open world; and Tom Mitchell on using ML to study how the brain creates and represents language.
View the most recent ACM Learning Webinar, "The History of Software Engineering," on demand. This talk is presented by Grady Booch, ACM Fellow and Chief Scientist for Software Engineering, IBM Research. Will Tracz, Lockheed Martin Fellow Emeritus and former chair of ACM SIGSOFT, moderated the Q&A following the talk. Continue the discussion and checkout further resources on our Discourse page.