GoodAI – Review of 2019 & plans for 2020
People are interested in knowing what our progress was in 2019 and what our plans are for 2020. In this post, you can learn about the highlights of last year and our plans for the future. Summary Space Engineers released.
GoodAI Research team introduces Badger to NeurIPS 2019
The GoodAI Research team recently traveled to Vancouver, Canada for NeurIPS 2019 where they introduced the new Badger Architecture to many participants and had great discussions with some of the best minds in the industry! The conference welcomed around 13,000.
GoodAI release Badger Architecture
GoodAI has publically released the Badger Architecture which is the culmination of five years of work at GoodAI. Find out more about it and read the paper.
Collaborating on the Animal-AI Olympics
GoodAI is partnering with the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence on the Animal-AI Olympics project which will aim to benchmark the current level of various AI’s against different animal species using a range of established animal cognition tasks..
Year 2018 in review, plans for 2019
People are interested in knowing what our progress was in 2018 and what our plans are for 2019. In this blog from Marek Rosa you can learn about 2018 for Space Engineers, 2018 for Medieval Engineers, 2018 for GoodAI Applied, 2018 for.
Building on the idea of an ethical framework for a Good AI Society
At GoodAI we feel strongly that key policymakers and stakeholders should think about the potential impacts of AI and how they can act to ensure that we are on a path toward beneficial and non-malicious AI.
Governance of AI in the years to come
This blog post is based on discussions during a workshop with members of the GoodAI team, and Frank and Virginia Dignum. Summary Regulation is vital for AI especially considering the potential power of the technology Current software regulation may not.
Reflections on the Human-Level AI Conference 2018
A blog from CEO Marek Rosa. This month over 500 people attended the Human-Level AI Conference in Prague, which was organised by the team at GoodAI. The attendees got the opportunity to see over 40 experts in the AI field covering a wide range.
AI and work – a paradigm shift?
The development of AI — need for a paradigm shift The labour market structure is changing all the time. One of the main disrupting trends in near memory has been the move away from manufacturing in developed countries. For example in.
Launch of “Solving the AI Race” round of the General AI Challenge
Today we have launched the “Solving the AI Race” round of the General AI Challenge, where participants have the chance to win $15,000 in prizes by sending us suggestions on how to mitigate the risks associated with a race to.