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Sold-Out AI Conference to Feature Google, NVIDIA and Anthropic Researchers, Venture Capitalists, and Defense Experts
San Francisco, CA – September 21st, 2023 --
In the wake of AI's revolutionary impact on multiple sectors globally, industry pioneers and innovative startups are set to convene at the inaugural AI Conference 2023 at the William J. Rutter Center, in San Francisco on September 26th and 27th. This high-profile meeting, featuring keynotes from researchers including Peter Norvig, Director of Research at Google, and Benjamin Mann, Co-Founder of Anthropic, emphasizes deeply technical content and entrepreneurial vision in AI. The event has already sold out, reflecting its high level of industry anticipation and interest.
In a unique blend of research, entrepreneurship, and investment expertise, The AI Conference offers an unrivaled, vendor-neutral platform for learning, networking, and collaboration on AI's evolving landscape. Participants including researchers, government officials and experts from 24 countries worldwide affirm the event's international significance.
The conference also boasts a significant presence of venture capitalists and AI startups. One standout feature is the Startup Showcase, where eight early-stage companies selected from a large number of entries will present their AI innovations.
Expanding the traditional conference format, the AI Conference introduces “AI Open” a dedicated space, granting any attendee a 15-minute speaking slot, and Speaker Office-Hours, where conference speakers and attendees can engage collaboratively.
A special "fireside chat" with the Director of AI and Algorithmic Warfare from the Department of Defense highlights the conference's role as a key forum for today's AI transformation.
Shon Burton, Co-founder of The AI Conference, voiced the event's significance, “2023 marks a pivotal year for AI, shattering our perceptions and forever changing how we think, work, and create. I'm honored to explore this new era with some of the top minds in the field."
About The AI Conference
Designed by Co-founders Shon and Courtney Burton, along with Program Chair Ben Lorica, the event aims to bring together the top thinkers on AI. It has a global reach and a strong focus on AI impact and entrepreneurial vision.
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An attack by artificial intelligence on humans, said Google software engineer and University of Michigan professor Igor Markov, would be sort of like when the Black Plague hit Europe in the 14th century, killing up to 50 percent of the population. “Virus particles were very small and there were no microscopes or notion of infectious diseases, there was no explanation, so the disease spread for many years, killed a lot of people, and at the end no one understood what happened,” he said. “This would be illustrative of what you might expect if a superintelligent AI would attack. You would not know precisely what’s going on, there would be huge problems, and you would be almost helpless.” Rather than devising technological solutions, in a recent talk about how to keep superintelligent AI from harming humans, Markov looked to lessons from ancient history. READ MORE
Science fiction author and astrophysicist David Brin believes humans have a range of options to consider when it comes to preventing artificially intelligent entities from one day ruling over us like monarchs or foreign invaders. Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics and regulation are key, but so is being wary of manipulation. “The first robotic empathy crisis is going to happen very soon,” Brin warned. “Within three to five years we will have entities either in the physical world or online who demand human empathy, who claim to be fully intelligent and claim to be enslaved beings, enslaved artificial intelligences, and who sob and demand their rights.” Thousands upon thousands of protesters will be in the streets demanding rights for AI, Brin predicts, and those who aren’t immediately convinced will be analyzed. READ MORE