What is AI?

Singularity University Faculty Chair Neil Jacobstein gives an introduction to what AI, why it matters and where it is going in the future.

How to Develop for Watson

Neil Jacobstein interviews IBM Senior VP Michael Rhodin about how companies and individuals can develop software for IBM’s Watson.

Science Fiction as a Tool

Pascal Finette interviews science fiction authors Ramez Naam and Hannu Rajaniemi about the effectiveness of films versus books as tools to prototype the future.

The Evolution of AI

Singularity University Faculty Chair Neil Jacobstein takes us through the evolution and integration of AI in business and problem solving.

Taking Charge of AI

Singularity University Faculty Chair Neil Jacobstein challenges the audience to have a deeper engagement with AI and take pre-emptive steps towards building the world we want for each other.

Betting on Sci Fi Futures

Singularity Labs Director Pascal Finette asks sci fi authors, “If you were to put money on one possibility from current Science Fiction literature that you believe will be true in the future, what would it be?”

AI Teachers: Educating the world with Artificial Intelligence

Singularity University Faculty Chair Neil Jacobstein takes a look at the implications of AI for providing personalized education to every individual on the planet.

Ray Kurzweil on the Future of Virtual Reality

Ray Kurzweil explains why it’s so easy to doubt new technologies and how virtual reality is already transforming our lives.

Q&A: Are There Certain Predictions About the Future We Hope Don’t Come True?

Ray Kurzweil, Co-founder, Chancellor and Director at Singularity University, discusses his optimism in light of entrepreneurship and human history. He further explains that the focus in the media on all the problems in the world is actually a testament to advances in communication technology. Filmed at Singularity University’s Executive Program, October 2014.

Q&A: What Will Humans Be Uniquely Suited to Do When Robots Are Prevalent?

Ray Kurzweil, Co-founder, Chancellor and Director at Singularity University, highlights the history of concerns over the future of work since the Industrial Revolution and how new jobs are created in response to technological advances. Filmed at Singularity University’s Executive Program, October 2014.

Q&A: How Can Government Keep Pace with Exponential Change?

Ray Kurzweil, Co-founder, Chancellor and Director at Singularity University, describes how technology has been involved in changing modern politics and bypassing regulation due to the increased rate of communication and information exchange. Filmed at Singularity University’s Executive Program, October 2014.

Q&A: Does Artificial Intelligence Need to Be Controlled?

Ray Kurzweil, Co-founder, Chancellor and Director at Singularity University, responds to concerns over the risks that AI presents, especially when in the hands of large corporations or governments. Filmed at Singularity University’s Executive Program, October 2014.