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Oceanit Explores Strong Artificial Intelligence on Bytemarks Café

Posted September 8, 2015 in Artificial Intelligence, In the News

Beyond Siri, Cortana, and Alexa, what will strong artificial intelligence do for us?

What kinds of science and technology go into building artificial intelligence (AI) and will strong AI ever outperform human intelligence? These questions and more were addressed by Chris Sullivan, strategic director, and Jeffrey Watumull, senior scientist, from Oceanit as they visited the Hawaii Public Radio talk show, Bytemarks Café, on Wednesday, August 26. The episode, titled “Strong AI,” explored the development of AI to the point where the machine’s intellectual capability is functionally equal to humans.

Hosted by Burt Lum and Ryan Ozawa, Bytemarks Café touches upon the latest happenings in the technology and science world with a distinctively Hawaii-centric perspective. Airing on KIPO – 89.3 FM, the radio show showcases locally-based projects in web development, clean energy, environment, internet applications, open knowledge, and entrepreneurial and startup activities to build a broader awareness of these fields in Hawaii.

Download the MP3 file to listen to the entire episode exploring the state-of-the-art in AI. For more information about Oceanit’s work in this area, contact us by telephone at (808) 531-3017 or via e-mail at info@oceanit.com.