General AI Challenge
Challenge Update #22 - Solving the AI Race: Deadline one month!
19 April 2018
It is one month until the deadline of the General AI Challenge: Solving the AI Race round.
We have already had some great submissions! Don’t forget to register and send in your submissions of how to mitigate against the potential pitfalls of an AI Race.
There are $15,000 of prizes for the best entries and the winners will be invited to take part in an AI race-focused workshop at the Human-Level AI Conference 2018 in Prague (more details about HLAI below).
Human-Level AI (HLAI) Conference
Early bird tickets and speakers
Early bird tickets are now on sale for the world’s number one Human-Level AI (HLAI) Conference
which is set to take place in Prague from 22-25 August 2018.
The deadline for early bird prices is 1 May 2018 so don’t miss out!
The conference will have an academic track and a Future of AI track, aimed at a wider audience, which will feature:
Irina Higgins (DeepMind)
Kenneth Stanley (Uber)
Brenden Lake (NYU)
Tomas Mikolov (Facebook AI Research)
And many more experts in the field. See the full list of confirmed speakers!
Call for papers
The call for papers is in full swing and you can submit your paper to any of the following academic tracks of the HLAI conference:
AGI'18: Eleventh Annual Conference on Artificial General Intelligence
NeSy'18: Thirteenth International Workshop on Neural-Symbolic Learning and Reasoning
BICA'18: Ninth Annual International Conference on Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures
AI and jobs - a paradigm shift?
The team at GoodAI have released a new post looking at the potential impacts of artificial intelligence on jobs and the future economy. It could be useful reading for anyone taking part in the General AI Challenge. You can find the full reading list for the round here.