One of the thing I am doing to better myself is learn more about AI and a great place is in IBM for the Great AI Debate.
Here is the panel. Starting from the left
The next billion
and moderated by Guy Burgess
Personally, I take a positive outlook when it comes to AI. People who like AI gave positive answers and not apocalyptic improving us and looking at the history through the industrial revolution, the life of horses after the cars came. For horses, it wasn’t good, but England had a 30% of farmlands dedicated to feeding horses and that 30 % was opened up.
Again I am biased to this question but none of the other people convinced me to be afraid. All they were saying is that we should fear the unknown and one person was talking about that we are only a little bit better than the rest of the animal and should fear something better than us. One said that if we created an AI smarter than us then are they smarter than us?
The point is people are looking at the worst of humanity that we cant teach it to be good. Is it inadequacy that makes you look at the flaws of humanity and not the marvel we have created?
We have constructed beast of steel that breaths steam and exhale black fogs that travels much faster than we have ever before.
We have constructed weapons of mass destruction that were truly feared to ignite the atmosphere if it goes off.
At the end the day it is intent. It is so far off from a realised self-aware AI.
Fear of the unknown is something that stagnates us.
people who take risk are the ones who are remembered
the one who challenges
During class time, we had the chance to visit Spark for an Ideation session and tour of the building with Amelia.
We were given the chance to take part in an ideation session on the spot to propose a product that Spark could produce in the future.
We proposed an IOT device assuming the world reached the ability that most of the world appliance and objects are connected.
If everything is connected then there is data, if there is data there is predictability. If we have so much data that is all around us waiting to be caught and analysed there will be patterns to be decerned again going back to predictability.
The example we used was between the fridge and the oven/stove top all being controlled by a phone to determine which objects should connect on a data level.
It will track the contents of the fridge, the cooking time of the food in the oven and on the stove.
The beauty of the thing we came up with is that it isn’t limited to a fridge and cooking options but how much water we use in the shower and we represent in milk bottles to show how much we are using which is an important visualisation when it comes to drought countries or what does your sleeping position say about when you are about to wake up.
It is personalised, not two people cook the same and not two people sleep the same way or use the shower the same way. There ware data here that is waiting to be mined and examined.
Personally I would extend this project using AI particularly IBM Watson because I know more about it, and the fact that we can use AI specifically for pattern recognition.
These data will be relevant to us on an individual level.
As my work is heavily depending on the colour of the particular topic and relating it to emotions, it can be daunting. Especially one of the main focus of many psychologists is to make their environment to be as neutral as possible. Following the advice of my lecturer, I have looked at Shigenobu’s Kobayashi’s Colour theory.
Above is what Kobayashi considered colours that work well and in a particular genre or type. I am trying to achieve to visually convey emotions using shapes and colours and using the colours to convey positive and negative emotions. Do I though?
There are 5 areas that I want to convey are:
- Cognitive Behaviour
- Dialectal behaviour
- Psychodynamic and Psychoanalysis
- Acceptance and Commitment
with the following meanings:
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), which helps you identify unhealthy, negative beliefs and behaviors and replace them with healthy, positive ones
- Dialectical behavior therapy, a type of CBT that teaches behavioral skills to help you handle stress, manage your emotions and improve your relationships with others
- Acceptance and commitment therapy, which helps you become aware of and accept your thoughts and feelings and commit to making changes, increasing your ability to cope with and adjust to situations
- Psychodynamic and psychoanalysis therapies, which focus on increasing your awareness of unconscious thoughts and behaviors, developing new insights into your motivations, and resolving conflicts
- Interpersonal psychotherapy, which focuses on addressing problems with your current relationships with other people to improve your interpersonal skills — how you relate to others, such as family, friends and colleagues
- Supportive psychotherapy, which reinforces your ability to cope with stress and difficult situations
In terms of colours, the background should be romantic and sits in dreamy.
The topic names should be divided into two categories, positive and negative and it shifts between these two types of colour to show the type of emotions.
Clear, neat and clean are good starting points for the positive emotions,
Dandy, dapper and chic, stylish are good for the negative emotions
Staff, M. C. (2016, March). Psychotherapy. Retrieved from http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/psychotherapy/details/what-you-can-expect/rec-20197200
construct Organigramme a flow chart describing what your artifact will do
You are in charge of your world, play with it and make sure everything fits your world
Make an artifact that best explains your vision which in turn generate more question.
Simulate the perfect scenario where your idea will exist in
Prepare a mock presentation?