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OK Computer Peter Gasston ROME 18-19 MARCH 2016

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Peter Gasston C.T. at +rehabstudio @stopsatgreen

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@stopsatgreen Artificial Intelligence is becoming very good, very quickly.

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@stopsatgreen Deep learning Machine learning Neural networks Cognitive computing

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@stopsatgreen A.I. augments existing service categories and creates new ones.

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@stopsatgreen NLP enables a shift
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0 1 2 3 4 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Internet Messaging Social

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@stopsatgreen –David Marcus, Facebook “Threads are the new apps.”

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0 25 50 75 100 Now Future Humans AI

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@stopsatgreen … or from GUI to No UI.

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@stopsatgreen Between 2012 and 2015 Google’s voice recognition error rate dropped from
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@stopsatgreen 10% of Baidu search queries are by voice. That’s approx. 500m per day.

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@stopsatgreen Now A.I. is coming for your job.

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Is your job at risk? Abstractions People Pictures Words Numbers Routine Variety You’re alright Get nervous Bye Bye

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@stopsatgreen One in five of us could see our roles automated.

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@stopsatgreen A shallow magnitude 4.7 earthquake was reported Monday morning five miles from Westwood, California, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 6:25 a.m. Pacific time at a depth of 5.0 miles.

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@stopsatgreen – MIT news Helium is a system that revamps and fine-tunes code without ever needing the original source, in a matter of hours or even minutes.

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@stopsatgreen –Travis Gertz The work we produce is repeatable and predictable. It panders to a common denominator. We build buckets and templates to hold every kind of content, then move on to the next component of the system. Digital design is a human assembly line.

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Is your job at risk? Abstractions People Pictures Words Numbers Routine Variety You’re alright Get nervous Bye Bye

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@stopsatgreen – Travis Gertz While we’ve been streamlining our processes and perfecting our machine-like assembly techniques, others have been watching closely and assembling their own machines. We’ve designed ourselves right into an environment ripe for automation.

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@stopsatgreen A.I. can’t do our jobs, but it can do bits of our jobs.

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@stopsatgreen Creativity is a tool
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@stopsatgreen – Andrew Ng We need to enable a lot of people to do non- routine, non-repetitive tasks.
 Teaching innovation and creativity could be one way to get there.

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@stopsatgreen AI is a tool we can use to provide better services to
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@stopsatgreen – Cennydd Bowles We’ll have to create frameworks / scaffolds / templates for A.I.s to deliver output through. These scaffolds may be sonic, tactile, and linguistic as well as visual.

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@stopsatgreen Artificial Intelligence is becoming very good, very quickly. Artificial Intelligence is becoming very available, very quickly.

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@stopsatgreen – Joris Toonders Data in the 21st Century is like Oil in the 18th Century: an immensely untapped valuable asset.

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@stopsatgreen The best way to learn
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@stopsatgreen Chandler: Well, I proposed to my shoe… Joey: (laughs) This is his father… (Cave children.) Hey Pheebs? Monica: I hate men! I hate men! Ross: What are you gonna do? (All the dinner enters.) Monica: Happy Gandolf.

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@stopsatgreen –Taylor Swift? I animals are the only ones alive , I guess , of course , that ’s what you want to do , I ca n’t stand it any longer , I love you.

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@stopsatgreen —OR— On Telegram, add @T_RexBot.

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@stopsatgreen The tools are there for you to start building.

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@stopsatgreen – Cennydd Bowles A.I. is becoming a cornerstone of user experience. This is going to be interesting (read: difficult) for designers.

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@stopsatgreen visual motion interaction experience service emotion design intelligence conversation

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@stopsatgreen Old problems still apply to
 new interaction models.

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@stopsatgreen – @Rishi_NK If data is the new oil then privacy is the new climate change.

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@stopsatgreen Me cojoni!

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@stopsatgreen – Jeff Dean [AI is] going to enable us to build new and interesting products that wouldn’t have been possible before, possibly in areas we’re not really working in today.

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@stopsatgreen The ready availability of deep learning happened so quickly that we barely realised.

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@stopsatgreen A.I. has improved suddenly. A.I. will take some jobs. A.I. offers new opportunities. A.I. can make your work better.

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@stopsatgreen – Lee Se-dol It made me question human creativity. When I saw AlphaGo’s moves, I wondered whether the Go moves I have known were the right ones.
 It made me realise that I must study Go more.

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@stopsatgreen @stopsatgreen