Scripta Varia

Power and Limits of Artificial Intelligence

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Proceedings of the Workshop
Power and Limits of Artificial Intelligence
30 November-1 December 2016
Scripta Varia 132
Vatican City, 2016
E-Pub ahead of print  

Word of Welcome
Werner Arber

Welcome Greetings
Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo

Outline of the Workshop
Stanislas Dehaene

Artificial Intelligence – Big Achievements and Huge Questions Viewed from Mathematics
Cédric Villani, Institut Henri Poincaré, PAS

The Cerebral Cortex: An Evolutionary Breakthrough
Wolf Singer, Strüngmann Institute, Frankfurt, PAS

Breaking the Gap Between AI and Human Intelligence: What Are We Missing?
Yann LeCun, Facebook

Comment: The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
Stephen Hawking, University of Cambridge (read by Prof. Hertog)

Optimal Strategies for Decision-Making and their Neural Basis
Alexandre Pouget, Université de Genève

Building Machines That Learn and Think Like People
Josh Tenenbaum, MIT

Towards Artificial General Intelligence
Demis Hassabis, Google DeepMind

Motivations and Drives Are Computationally Messy
Patricia Churchland, UCSD, California 

Ghost in the Machine
Olaf Blanke, EPFL

What is Consciousness, and Could Machines Have It?
Stanislas Dehaene, Collège de France, PAS

What Really Matters: Children’s Inferences About Learning, Trying and Caring
Laura Schulz, MIT

Artificial Intelligence and Human Minds: Perspectives From Young Children
Elizabeth Spelke, Harvard

Neurotechnology for Human Benefit and the Impact of AI
John Donoghue, Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering, Geneva

Collaborative Human-Robot Autonomy
Manuela M. Veloso, Carnegie Mellon University

Who Am I? The Immersed First Personal View
Laurie Paul, North Carolina Chapel Hill 

Children and Robots
Antonio Battro

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