Feb 28, 2019
Professor Roz Picard, director and founder of the Affective
Computing Research Group at the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology's famed Media Lab, argues some artificial intelligence
researchers are not adequately addressing the ‘why’ behind their AI
work, but are instead too focused on getting their next paper
published or grant secured. Roz, a scientist, inventor, and
entrepreneur, believes society trusts machines too much and humans
and machines should partner and coevolve together. CNN named Roz
one of seven "Tech Superheroes to watch in 2015." Jeff talks to Roz
shortly after she delivered her TEDxBeaconStreet Talk.
Watch Professor Roz Picard's TEDxBeaconStreet Talk here:
Read Roz's book, "Affective Computing."
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