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Meet the Brains Behind Intel Lab: Lama Nachman #BehindTheBrains | Intel

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Meet Lama Nachman, Director of the Human & AI Research Systems Lab at Intel. She’s developing #AI technologies that can help amplify human potential. Her mission is to open up the world to those that are left behind. Learn more: 🤍 Subscribe now to Intel on YouTube: 🤍 About Intel: Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Founded in 1968 to build semiconductor memory products, Intel introduced the world's first microprocessor in 1971. This decade, our mission is to create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth. Connect with Intel: Visit Intel WEBSITE: 🤍 Like Intel on FACEBOOK: 🤍 Follow Intel on TWITTER: 🤍 Follow Intel on INSTAGRAM: 🤍 Meet the Brains Behind Intel Lab: Lama Nachman #BehindTheBrains ​| Intel 🤍

AI: Our New Best Friend | Intel's Lama Nachman

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New videos DAILY: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive video lessons from top thinkers and doers: 🤍 We're entering the fourth wave of the Industrial Revolution, says Genevieve Bell, cultural anthropologist and fellow at Intel. You can chart humanity's progress through four disruptive stages: Steam engine, electricity, computers, and now AI.AI is already all around us, but what will it look like at scale? What will life be like when "suddenly all the objects around us are capable of action without us directing them?" asks Bell. Will fully scaled AI be a boon or an existential threat to humanity?Speaking at The Nantucket Project, Lama Nachman, director of Intel's Anticipator Computing Lab, affirms her optimism. "My belief is that, really, ethical people and ethical researchers are the ones who are going to build ethical machines." BIG THINK FOLLOW BIG THINK: 📰BigThink.com: 🤍 🧔Facebook: 🤍 🐦Twitter: 🤍 📸Instagram: 🤍 📹YouTube: 🤍 ✉ E-mail: info🤍bigthink.com TRANSCRIPT: GENEVIEVE BELL: I saw a robotic puppy dog yesterday and it made me giggle. AI is coming, and the reality is that everything is going to change. NEIL JACOBSTEIN: AI is here now and it's already had an impact in many aspects of our lives. Music, transportation, medicine, manufacturing, oceanography, space and, yes, even art. GENEVIEVE BELL: I always get asked if I'm optimistic or pessimistic about the future and the only way I know how to answer that is to say if you want something different than the world we have now you actually have to actively engage in building it. We're entering the fourth wave of the Industrial Revolution. That early first wave was all about the steam engine which made possible trains and automation. The second wave of the industrial revolution was really about the introduction of electricity. The third wave of the industrial revolution was about computing and things going digital. And we all recognize those arcs. So think back over those previous waves, right? Steam engine, electricity, computers, and now AI. We're not talking about the AI that's trapped in your phone and desperately trying to get out of your computer. We're talking about what happens when AI goes to scale, when suddenly all the objects around us are capable of action without us directing them. When they are autonomous. Each one of those previous revolutions brought new disciplines into existence, and those disciplines helped tame those technologies. And for me the open question is: If we're going to build a world that feels different than this, we have to work out how to invite a whole lot more people into the conversation. R.P. EDDY: Here's my real concern. What if we're wrong? This is the only existential threat that I can think of that humans have ever faced. LAMA NACHMAN: Well, I have to admit I'm an optimist. Really, AI has an opportunity to actually make life better in so many different ways whether it's applying AI to doing artificial driving or, for example, helping kids learn more effectively, both in schools and at home. Enable the elderly to stay at their home longer and keep their independence longer. Because at the end of the day my belief is that really ethical people and ethical researchers are the ones who are going to build ethical machines. R.P. EDDY: I'm net positive that humans can have this conversation and deal with that, and I'm super positive that people like you are taking it on. LAMA NACHMAN: I can't over-stress the importance of being in this conversation today. GENEVIEVE BELL: The best promise you can make to the future is a promise that we are engaging in building a better world collectively and together. Companies should be more than just products. They should be I know it sounds corny but a light on the hill. One of the things that all of the founders of Intel were really committed to was building the future. It was never enough to stop where you were, you had to keep thinking forward.

Intel's Lama Nachman on Taking Stephen Hawking's Speech System Open-Source | Health | WIRED

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In December 2014, Intel revealed that it had been working with Professor Stephen Hawking to create a new system to help him communicate and interact with the world around him. In an unprecedented move, the company also announced that it would be opening up the platform to the international research community so that it could be adapted for the three million people suffering from motor neurone disease and quadriplegia. Subscribe to WIRED ►► 🤍 "As we started to work on this, we realised that we could also impact a larger group of people," says Lama Nachman, speaking at WIRED Health in London about developing the platform. Read The Full Story: 🤍 WIRED Health is a one-day summit designed to introduce, explain and predict the coming trends facing the medical and personal healthcare industries. This ambitious inaugural event was held on April 24 2015, at the home of the Royal College of General Practitioners, 30 Euston Square, London. CONNECT WITH WIRED Web: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Google+: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Magazine: 🤍 Newsletter: 🤍 ABOUT WIRED WIRED brings you the future as it happens - the people, the trends, the big ideas that will change our lives. An award-winning printed monthly and online publication. WIRED is an agenda-setting magazine offering brain food on a wide range of topics, from science, technology and business to pop-culture and politics. Intel's Lama Nachman on taking Stephen Hawking's speech system open-source | Health | WIRED 🤍

Professor Elanor Huntington in conversation with Lama Nachman

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Predictive computing expert Lama Nachman, who led the team that gave a voice to the late Professor Stephen Hawking, sat down with Professor Elanor Huntington, Dean of the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science to discuss the future of technology, the next big wave in computing and engineering and the importance of diversity and cross-functional teams. About Lama Nachman: Nachman has spent the past decade at Intel shaping the future of predictive computing, where devices powered by artificial intelligence can learn and act on their own to assist their owners, businesses or societies. As part of her time at ANU, Nachman worked with researchers at the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science on challenges and opportunities for technology beyond today's smart phones and virtual home assistants. Nachman is an Intel Fellow and Director of the Anticipatory Computing Lab at Intel.

LDV 2021: Lama Nachman - Fund-A-Need

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Recorded for the La Scuola La Dolce Vita Virtual Gala on March 20, 2021.

Testimonial from La Scuola International Parent, Lama Nachman

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Watch our latest testimonial from Lama Nachman, La Scuola parent and Principal Engineer at Intel Labs.

Lama Nachman - Amplifying Human Potential

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In this Impulse Talk, Lama Nachman describes how AI can be used to go “beyond automation” to assist humans on the factory floor, at home, in the classroom, as well as scalably improve the quality of life for people with disabilities. Lama Nachman is an Intel Fellow and Director of Anticipatory Computing Lab at Intel, and a member of the AI and Shared Prosperity Steering Committee. This talk is a part of the Steering Committee Impulse Talks series. To follow the Committee deliberations, please subscribe at 🤍

Intel Director Lama Nachman on Collaboration Between Humans and AI | Technovation 643

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Lama Nachman, Intel Fellow and the Director of Intelligence Systems Research Lab at the company, discusses how her team is driving the future of artificial intelligence and its collaboration with people. Lama explains the mission of Intel’s Intelligence Systems Research Lab and describes the types of skills necessary to research the groundbreaking collaboration between humans and AI. She also provides a look at what the next frontier of artificial intelligence is in human augmentation including aiding in education, accessibility for adults with disabilities, and manufacturing. Finally, Lama gives her perspective on developing responsible AI and how further developments could prove to create a more sustainable future. 0:00:00 Introduction 0:00:30 Mission of Intelligence Systems Research Lab 0:01:58 Types of Skills Brought Together to Innovate at Intelligence Systems Research Lab at Intel 0:03:06 Where Is the Next Frontier of Artificial Intelligence In Human Augmentation 0:05:53 Role of Artificial Intelligence in Aiding Childhood Learning 0:09:06 Role of Artificial Intelligence in Aiding Adults with Disabilities 0:11:53 Role of Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing 0:15:25 Lama's Perspective on Developing Responsible AI 0:19:15 Tech Trends An audio-only version of this interview is available as episode #643 of Metis Strategy’s podcast, Technovation with Peter High. Learn more at 🤍 Subscribe to Technovation on your podcast platform of choice: 🤍 To learn more, visit 🤍 #podcast #podcastinterview #technology #Technovation #TechnovationPodcast #artificialintelligence #intel #education #manufacturing #accessibility #innovation #emergingtech

IDF2010: Part 1of 2 - Lama Nachman at Justin Rattner Keynote

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Part 1 of 2. Perhaps, the most interesting discussion of The Day 3 at IDF2010: The Art of Estabilishing Context - Lama Nachman, Senior Research Scientist Interaction & Experience Research Intel Labs, at Justin Rattner Keynote Part 2 🤍

IDF2010: Part 2 of 2 - Lama Nachman at Justin Rattner Keynote

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Part 2 of 2. Perhaps, the most interesting discussion of The Day 3 at IDF2010: The Art of Estabilishing Context - Lama Nachman, Senior Research Scientist Interaction & Experience Research Intel Labs, at Justin Rattner Keynote Part 1 🤍

tnpVR: Lama Nachman

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Redesigning AI for Shared Prosperity with Daron Acemoglu, Ryan Gerety and Lama Nachman

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PAI’s Head of Labor and Economy programs Katya Klinova hosts a conversation with members of the AI and Shared Prosperity Initiative’s Steering Committee Daron Acemoglu (Institute Professor of Economics, MIT), Ryan Gerety (Senior Advisor, United for Respect) and Lama Nachman (Intel Fellow and Director of the Human & AI Research Lab at Intel Labs). The panel discussed the difference between worker-complementing, worker-replacing and worker-exploiting AI, and reflected on the questions raised in the AI and Shared Prosperity Initiative’s Agenda (available at 🤍 and the latest Boston Review issue (available at 🤍 The event also featured a presentation by PAI Research Fellow, Stephanie Bell, who gave an overview of the AI and Shared Prosperity Initiative and its Agenda.

Fragmento conferencia de Lama Nachman en el FORUM EUROPEO DE INTELIGENCIA ARTIFICIAL Alicante 2022

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Excelente video de 20 min de Lama Nachman, la mujer que devolvió la voz a Stephen Hawking. Nos cuenta el proyecto de INTEL que lideró y junto con Hawking y solidariamente trabajar para compartirlo en código abierto y así que cualquier personas enferma pudiera beneficiarse de esta tecnología ... La presentan e introducen Aitor Moll Sarasola Consejero Delegado de Prensa Ibérica y Nuria Oliver, PhD directora de ELLIS Alicante Foundation ... donde se puso en valor la importancia de más inversiones en investigación e innovación para el avance en la solución de enfermedades como la #ELA, #Parkinson, #Alzheimer, #EsclerosisMúltiple, ... Un honor para todos haberla conocido, debatido y aprendido tanto de ella en el FORUM EUROPEO DE INTELIGENCIA ARTIFICIAL Alicante 2022 con foco en la #salud #bienestar #inclusión impulsado por Encuentros NOW Prensa Ibérica y ELLIS Alicante Foundation en la EUIPO - European Union Intellectual Property Office En el marco del congreso de #inteligenciaartifical #IA de referencia mundial que por primera vez viene a España ... que contó com excelentes ponentes como Ana Freire, PhD Olga Blanco Poves Carmen Vidal Gil Javier Jiménez Marco Aurelia Bustos MD, PhD Montse Guardia Guell Fernando Samuel Peregrino Torregrosa Francisco Escolano Andrea Bernabeu Garcia Juan M Garcia-Gomez ...

Rabbi Nachman of Breslov Truth About Serving HaShem from LOVE (8 Minutes)

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To Donate and Support our Kiruv work please visit us at 🤍BeEzratHaShem.org. If you'd like to invite Rabbi Yaron Reuven to give a lecture at your synagogue, home or office please email Yaron🤍BeEzratHaShem.org to see availability and make arrangements. Rabbi Yaron Reuven is based out of Florida, but travels around the world to give lectures to different groups. Click here 🤍 To Listen to our very popular "Daily Chidush" short audio series on soundcloud.com Join one of our interactive "Interesting Torah" Whatsapp groups to get daily messages of short Torah clips that can uplift your day by texting the number above. Please join our Facebook page Be'Ezrat HaShem page and join our group "Torah Lessons To Help Our Lives". This Group is solely about publicizing HaShem's holy Torah from my lectures as well as great Rabbi's such as Rabbi Efraim Kachlon, Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi, Rabbi Zamir Cohen, Rabbi Pinto, and anyone else that is teaching interesting and relevant Torah. We will also bring you some brand new lectures directly from a Kollel in Jerusalem you won't find anywhere else. Torah posts will be in Hebrew and English. There are plenty of places to find entertaining stories that sound great, but this group is about showing you Torah that can impact your life, hence the name Torah Lessons To Help Our Lives. If it's not impactul, then it won't fit in. I watch and read all that I personally post, so I promise to do my best to bring you only the best quality of Hashem's amazing Torah. The Torah is the only thing in the world that you can learn and have an outcome that makes you SMARTER, WISER, And a BETTER Human Being. If the Torah you're learning is no longer impacting your life in a positive way, than its time for a change. If you haven't learned Torah in a long time or ever, then its time to start friend. I guarantee you will enjoy the journey and life will never be the same, if you just give it a real chance. Kiruv and Kiddush Hashem is our #1 goal. So please feel free to contact me if you are interested in getting more FREE material. We would be have to send you Torach lecture DVDs, CD's and a Book for FREE to anyone that is serious about learning them. If you are far from Hashem and His Torah, our goal is to get help you get closer. Thank you for the opportunity and May Hashem bless you with a life full of Torah

Suomen 1990-luvun lama, Jaakko Kiander - Talouskriisit luentosarjan osa 2

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Helsingin yliopiston luentosarjalla puhutaan talouskriiseistä ja niiden lievittämisestä. Kurssin löydät verkosta: 🤍 Jaakko Kiander käsittelee luennollaan Suomen 1990-luvun lamaa. Jaakko Kiander on Eläketurvakeskuksen tutkimus- tilasto- ja suunnittelutoiminnoista vastaava johtaja. Aikaisemmin hän on ollut muun muassa Ilmarisen yhteiskuntasuhteiden johtajana, Palkansaajien tutkimuslaitoksen johtajana sekä Valtion taloudellisen tutkimuskeskuksen tutkimusprofessorina. Kianderin ja Pentti Vartian 1990-luvun lamaa koskeva kirja Suuri lama. Suomen 1990-luvun kriisi ja talouspoliittinen keskustelu ilmestyi vuonna 1998. Helsingin yliopiston avoimen verkkokurssin tavoite on asettaa nyt kehkeytymässä oleva kriisi perspektiiviin. Päähuomiomme on viime vuosikymmenien talouskriiseissä: Suomen 1990-luvun lama, globaali finanssikriisi, eurokriisi. Katsomme mitä yhteisiä ja mitä erilaisia piirteitä kriiseissä on ollut ja miten kriisejä ja niiden seurauksia on politiikalla pyritty lievittämään. Tämä auttaa ymmärtämään nykyistä tilannetta ja ehkä myös hahmottamaan, millaisin toimin vahingot voidaan nyt pitää mahdollisimman pieninä. Kurssin luennoitsijat ovat taloustieteilijöitä, jotka eri tavoin ovat perehtyneet talouskriiseihin. Usealla on myös kokemusta politiikan valmistelusta ja toteutuksesta aikaisempien kriisien yhteydessä. Kaikki luennoitsijat ovat lupautuneet mukaan luentosarjaan lyhyellä varoitusajalla. Nauhoitetut luennot julkaistaan kurssin MOOC-sivulla keskiviikkoisin ja perjantaisin kahden 30 – 45 minuutin luennon kokonaisuuksina. Luentosarjan päättää webinaari, jossa pyritään vastaamaan kysymykseen, miten kriisin taloudellisia kustannuksia pitäisi julkisen vallan toimin pyrkiä lievittämään. Kurssin löydät verkosta: 🤍 Kiitämme etukäteen luennoitsijoita ja toivomme, että kurssi tarjoaa sekä opiskelijoille että muille talouden ongelmista kiinnostuneille eväitä nykyisen talouskriisin seurausten ymmärtämiseen. Kurs­sin oh­jel­ma (muu­tok­set mah­dol­li­sia) Pe 27.3. klo 12 Roope Uusitalo & Vesa Vihriälä: Johdanto. Mistä talouskriiseissä on kyse? Ke 1.4. Jaakko Kiander: Suomen 1990-luvun lama Vesa Vihriälä: Globaali finanssikriisi ja Suomi Pe 3.4. Olli Rehn: Eurokriisi ja sen opit Jukka Pekkarinen: Epävakauden pitkä historia Ke 8.4. Jari Eloranta: Talouden toiminta poikkeusoloissa Markku Lehmus: Korona-kriisi – mitä nyt tiedetään? Ke 15.4. Niku Määttänen: Tarjonta- ja kysyntäsokit taloudessa Hanna Westman: Pankkikriisit ja niiden hallinta Pe 17.4. Seija Ilmakunnas: Työmarkkinat talouskriiseissä Sixten Korkman: Yhteiskuntien resilienssi kriiseissä Ti 21.4. Webinaari. Mitä pitäisi tehdä?

Intel Makes Stephen Hawking’s Computer System Open Source

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Jul 21 Intel Labs Principal Engineer Lama Nachman discusses how Intel is designing Stephen Hawking’s computer with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg) Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: 🤍 Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.

Dalai Lama - Citati koje biste trebali znati prije nego ostarite

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Dalai Lama, u današnjem videu donosimo citate koje biste trebali znati prije nego ostarite. Dalai Lama je izvorno titula poglavara žute sekte Gelug, tibetanskog budizma. Prema verovanju Dalaj Poslednji Dalai Lama je Tenzin Gjatso, koji je 1989. godine dobio Nobelovu nagradu za mir. Tenzin je prvi Dalaj Lama koji je otputovao na Zapad gde je nastojao da upozna svet s budizmom. #citatiozivotu #citatiiizreke #dalailama #citativrijednidijeljenja 🎵Music by:🤍 Donacije👉:🤍 🔴Pretplatite se na kanal: 🤍 Copyright info: * We must state that in NO way, shape or form am I intending to infringe rights of the copyright holder. Content used is strictly for research/reviewing purposes and to help educate. All under the Fair Use law. Podaci o autorskim pravima: * Moramo izjaviti da ni na koji način, oblik ili formu ne namjeravam povrijediti prava nosioca autorskih prava. Sadržaj koji se koristi isključivo je u svrhu istraživanja/recenzije i kao pomoć u obrazovanju. Sve u skladu sa Zakonom o poštenoj upotrebi.

Analysis of Contextual Voice Changes in Remote Meetings - (3 minutes introduction)

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Title: Analysis of Contextual Voice Changes in Remote Meetings - (3 minutes introduction) Authors: Hector A. Cordourier Maruri (Intel, Mexico), Sinem Aslan (Intel, USA), Georg Stemmer (Intel, Germany), Nese Alyuz (Intel, USA), Lama Nachman (Intel, USA) Category: Health and Affect II Abstract: People participating in remote meetings in open spaces might choose to speak with a restrained voice due to concerns around privacy or disturbing others. These contextual voice changes might impact the quality of communications. To investigate how people adjust their voices in certain situations, we performed an exploratory data collection study with 41 participants in 18 simulated remote meetings. A scenario was provided to the participants to naturally trigger contextual voice changes. We collected multi-modal data from the participants including in-situ labels for the voice quality. We implemented content analysis, t-test, and linear regression to analyze the multi-modal data. Results showed that the participants primarily preferred to use soft voice over whispered voice to avoid being overheard during the meetings. Speaking softly was often sufficient to successfully conceal private conversations, while using whispered voice had only a negative impact on the intelligibility. Overall, we found that participants perceived soft voice as less pleasant to listen to than normal voice during meetings and discovered factors related to speaker demographics and meeting context that impacted the concealing behavior (soft or whispered). For our future research, we will expand to different scenarios and consider the impact of audio feedback on voice concealing. For more details and PDF version of the paper visit: 🤍 d02s27t10trim

AI helps people overcome challenges | Intel

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Meet Lama Nachman, Director of the Human & AI Research Systems Lab at Intel. She’s developing AI technologies that can help empower people with disabilities to interact with the world. Her mission is to open the world to those that are left behind. See more Innovation at Intel: 🤍 Subscribe now to Intel on YouTube: 🤍 About Intel: Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Founded in 1968 to build semiconductor memory products, Intel introduced the world's first microprocessor in 1971. This decade, our mission is to create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth. Connect with Intel: Visit Intel WEBSITE: 🤍 Follow Intel on TWITTER: 🤍 Follow Intel on INSTAGRAM: 🤍 AI helps people overcome challenges | Intel 🤍

Lama und Alpaka - Die Meisterspucker | Reportage für Kinder | Anna und die wilden Tiere

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Tierisch interessant: Noch mehr spannende Videos findest Du in der Wilden Tierwelt der ARD-Mediathek: 🤍 👍 Tierreporterin Anna ist ins Hochland der Anden gereist. Dort möchte sie Kamele aus nächster Nähe beobachten: Kamele? Ja! Lamas und Alpakas, die kleinen Verwandten der Wüstenschiffe leben in Südamerika in schwindelerregender Höhe.

Upgrading Stephen Hawking's communication system with AI and GPT-2

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Lama Nachman is an Intel scientist who built Stephen Hawking's communication system. Now she's helping another scientist and roboticist, Peter Scott Morgan, who has Motor Neuron Disease (like ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease), to live and communicate with a more advanced version. It uses gaze control and AI to essentially control a computer that allows him to talk, write, control his environment, and retain some measure of independence. Most of the technology is open source, and the next version, which senses brain waves, only uses a few hundred dollars worth of equipment. Morgan's vision is using AI and technology to essentially cyborg himself (eventually, perhaps with help of a robotic exoskeleton). Nachman is using AI, including GPT-2, word prediction, and more, to help him communicate. Sometimes the result isn't just him or just the system, but a combination of both.

INCREMENTAL TEMPORAL SUMMARIZATION IN MULTI-PARTY MEETINGS

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Ramesh Manuvinakurike, Saurav Sahay, Wenda Chen and Lama Nachman

Seismo: Blood Pressure Monitoring using Built-in Smartphone Accelerometer and Camera

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Seismo: Blood Pressure Monitoring using Built-in Smartphone Accelerometer and Camera Edward Jay Wang, Junyi Zhu, Mohit Jain, Tien-jui Lee, Elliot Saba, Lama Nachman, Shwetak N Patel CHI '18: ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Session: Devices and Interactions for Care Abstract Although cost-effective at-home blood pressure monitors are available, a complementary mobile solution can ease the burden of measuring BP at critical points throughout the day. In this work, we developed and evaluated a smartphone-based BP monitoring application called Seismo. The technique relies on measuring the time between the opening of the aortic valve and the pulse later reaching a periphery arterial site. It uses the smartphone's accelerometer to measure the vibration caused by the heart valve movements and the smartphone's camera to measure the pulse at the fingertip. The system was evaluated in a nine participant longitudinal BP perturbation study. Each participant participated in four sessions that involved stationary biking at multiple intensities. The Pearson correlation coefficient of the blood pressure estimation across participants is 0.20-0.77 (mu=0.55, sigma=0.19), with an RMSE of 3.3-9.2 mmHg (mu=5.2, sigma=2.0). DOI: 🤍 WEB: 🤍

A New Roadmap for India parag khannna | Big Think

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A New Roadmap for India New videos DAILY: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive video lessons from top thinkers and doers: 🤍 We're entering the fourth wave of the Industrial Revolution, says Genevieve Bell, cultural anthropologist and fellow at Intel. You can chart humanity's progress through four disruptive stages: Steam engine, electricity, computers, and now AI.AI is already all around us, but what will it look like at scale? What will life be like when "suddenly all the objects around us are capable of action without us directing them?" asks Bell. Will fully scaled AI be a boon or an existential threat to humanity?Speaking at The Nantucket Project, Lama Nachman, director of Intel's Anticipator Computing Lab, affirms her optimism. "My belief is that, really, ethical people and ethical researchers are the ones who are going to build ethical machines." FOLLOW BIG THINK: 📰BigThink.com: 🤍 🧔Facebook: 🤍 🐦Twitter: 🤍 📸Instagram: 🤍 📹YouTube: 🤍 ✉ E-mail: info🤍bigthink.com TRANSCRIPT: GENEVIEVE BELL: I saw a robotic puppy dog yesterday and it made me giggle. AI is coming, and the reality is that everything is going to change. NEIL JACOBSTEIN: AI is here now and it's already had an impact in many aspects of our lives. Music, transportation, medicine, manufacturing, oceanography, space and, yes, even art. GENEVIEVE BELL: I always get asked if I'm optimistic or pessimistic about the future and the only way I know how to answer that is to say if you want something different than the world we have now you actually have to actively engage in building it. We're entering the fourth wave of the Industrial Revolution. That early first wave was all about the steam engine which made possible trains and automation. The second wave of the industrial revolution was really about the introduction of electricity. The third wave of the industrial revolution was about computing and things going digital. And we all recognize those arcs. So think back over those previous waves, right? Steam engine, electricity, computers, and now AI. We're not talking about the AI that's trapped in your phone and desperately trying to get out of your computer. We're talking about what happens when AI goes to scale, when suddenly all the objects around us are capable of action without us directing them. When they are autonomous. Each one of those previous revolutions brought new disciplines into existence, and those disciplines helped tame those technologies. And for me the open question is: If we're going to build a world that feels different than this, we have to work out how to invite a whole lot more people into the conversation. R.P. EDDY: Here's my real concern. What if we're wrong? This is the only existential threat that I can think of that humans have ever faced. LAMA NACHMAN: Well, I have to admit I'm an optimist. Really, AI has an opportunity to actually make life better in so many different ways whether it's applying AI to doing artificial driving or, for example, helping kids learn more effectively, both in schools and at home. Enable the elderly to stay at their home longer and keep their independence longer. Because at the end of the day my belief is that really ethical people and ethical researchers are the ones who are going to build ethical machines. R.P. EDDY: I'm net positive that humans can have this conversation and deal with that, and I'm super positive that people like you are taking it on. LAMA NACHMAN: I can't over-stress the importance of being in this conversation today. GENEVIEVE BELL: The best promise you can make to the future is a promise that we are engaging in building a better world collectively and together. Companies should be more than just products. They should be I know it sounds corny but a light on the hill. One of the things that all of the founders of Intel were really committed to was building the future. It was never enough to stop where you were, you had to keep thinking forward.

Coronavirus: The View from Taiwan, with Lev Nachman

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Lev Nachman, a PhD candidate in political science at UC Irvine, talks about his experiences as a Fulbright grantee in Taiwan during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Optimizing User Interface Layouts via Gradient Descent

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Optimizing User Interface Layouts via Gradient Descent Peitong Duan;Casimir Wierzynski;Lama Nachman CHI'20: ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Session: GUI & expert interaction Abstract Automating parts of the user interface (UI) design process has been a longstanding challenge. We present an automated technique for optimizing the layouts of mobile UIs. Our method uses gradient descent on a neural network model of task performance with respect to the model's inputs to make layout modifications that result in improved predicted error rates and task completion times. We start by extending prior work on neural network based performance prediction to 2-dimensional mobile UIs with an expanded interaction space. We then apply our method to two UIs, including one that the model had not been trained on, to discover layout alternatives with significantly improved predicted performance. Finally, we confirm these predictions experimentally, showing improvements up to 9.2 percent in the optimized layouts. This demonstrates the algorithm's efficacy in improving the task performance of a layout, and its ability to generalize and improve layouts of new interfaces. DOI:: 🤍 WEB:: 🤍 Video preview for the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2020

INCREMENTAL TEMPORAL SUMMARIZATION IN MULTI-PARTY MEETINGS

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Ramesh Manuvinakurike, Saurav Sahay, Wenda Chen and Lama Nachman

Rebbe Nachman's Mystical Tree of World Peace

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In his “Tale of the Fifth Beggar” Rebbe Nachman of Breslov describes a tree where, in its shade, all creatures rest in harmony. It has four attributes: faith, respect, humility, and truth. When a person works to develop these character traits in himself, he strengthens them in others and contributes to world peace. Speaker: Rabbi Nasan Maimon. The entire shiur is here: 🤍 To subscribe: 🤍

Optimizing User Interface Layouts via Gradient Descent

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Optimizing User Interface Layouts via Gradient Descent Peitong Duan, Casimir Wierzynski, Lama Nachman CHI '20: ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Session: GUI & expert interaction Abstract Automating parts of the user interface (UI) design process has been a longstanding challenge. We present an automated technique for optimizing the layouts of mobile UIs. Our method uses gradient descent on a neural network model of task performance with respect to the model's inputs to make layout modifications that result in improved predicted error rates and task completion times. We start by extending prior work on neural network based performance prediction to 2-dimensional mobile UIs with an expanded interaction space. We then apply our method to two UIs, including one that the model had not been trained on, to discover layout alternatives with significantly improved predicted performance. Finally, we confirm these predictions experimentally, showing improvements up to 9.2 percent in the optimized layouts. This demonstrates the algorithm's efficacy in improving the task performance of a layout, and its ability to generalize and improve layouts of new interfaces. DOI:: 🤍 WEB:: 🤍 Remote Presentations for the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2020.

ghewa(चीरी लामाले गरने संस्कृति)।

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Lama Remix by Sheya

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Beri's composition, "Lama" has captured many dancing souls and now with a vibrant refreshing remix by Sheya. Enjoy. Originally composed & performed by Beri Weber Produced by Sheya Mastered by Mo Ackerman Video: Moishy Berkowitz (Original production by Gershy Schwarcz 🤍Edgware Studios & LPR band.) Beri Weber Management - Nachman Rosenblum: 845-537-5743 Beri Weber Music Management - Gershy Schwarcz 🤍EdgwareStudios 845-671-1775 Download, listen to the song here: 🤍 Like, Comment and Subscribe to Beri's YouTube Channel: 🤍 Connect with Beri: 🤍 🤍 🤍 No Part of this video or song is to be copied, sold, published or uploaded anywhere or onto any sites across the internet. Not to be used for commercial or profitable use. ©️ 2022, All Rights Reserved to Beri Weber

Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems: Our New Reality | Intel Business

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How can the virtual world enhance and improve the physical world? From disabilities to childhood education, can artificial intelligence really play a positive role? In this video of Cyber Security Inside What That Means, Camille explores intelligent systems and artificial intelligence with Lama Nachman, Intel Fellow and Director of Human & AI Systems Research Lab. You’ll learn: -Intelligent systems using a combination of observation, social science, artificial intelligence and more to improve human experience. -The difference between a full virtual setting and one that is a balance of virtual and analog. -What type of devices are used to observe and improve day-to-day activities, and how they work. -How privacy and ethics play a role in these systems as the digital and physical worlds become more blended. And more! Check it out. For more information, previous podcasts, and full versions, visit our website at 🤍 #IntelligentSystems #ArtificialIntelligence #AI If you are interested in emerging threats, new technologies, or best tips and practices in cybersecurity, please follow the Cyber Security Inside podcast on your favorite podcast platforms. Apple Podcast: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Follow our hosts Tom Garrison and Camille Morhardt. Tom: 🤍tommgarrison Camille: 🤍morhardt Learn more about Intel Cybersecurity: 🤍 Intel Compute Life Cycle (CLA): 🤍 Subscribe now to Intel Business on YouTube: 🤍 About Intel Business: Get all the IT info you need, right here. From data center to devices, the Intel® Business Center has the resources, guidance, and expert insights you need to get your IT projects done right. Connect with Intel Business: Visit Intel Business's WEBSITE: 🤍 Follow Intel Business on TWITTER: 🤍 Follow Intel Business on LINKEDIN: 🤍 Follow Intel Business on FACEBOOK: 🤍 Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems: Our New Reality | Intel Business 🤍

[SDF2016] 호킹과의 대화를 위하여 - 라마 나흐만

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*유튜브 한글 자막 제공 *Korean captions available 라마 나흐만이 이끄는 인텔 연구팀은 5년 전, 스티븐 호킹 박사의 의사 소통을 지원하고 컴퓨터 사용 능력을 향상시키기 위한 긴 여정을 시작했다. 그녀는 보조공학의 발전이 장애인과 비장애인의 경계를 넘어, 누구가 개인화된 기술을 사용할 수 있는 시대를 열 것이라고 이야기한다. Keeping Hawking Talking - Lama Nachman Lama Nachman illustrates Intel's 5-year journey with Professor Stephen Hawking to explore what could be done to improve his ability to communicate and operate his computer. The advances in assistive technologies, she argues, could usher in the age of personalized technology not just for people with disabilities, but for everyone on Earth.

Nie verheiratet? Diese Stars sollen die Hochzeit vorgetäuscht haben!

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Eine Hochzeit mit Livestream: YouTuber Jake Paul und Tana Mongeau ließen Fans an ihrer Trauung direkt teilhaben. Aber ein Ja-Wort vor aller Augen bedeutet nicht, dass das Paar auch offiziell verheiratet ist! Warum nicht und welche weiteren Stars ihre Hochzeit nur vorgetäuscht haben sollen, erfahrt ihr in unserem Video. _ Dir gefällt das Video? Dann Daumen hoch und natürlich ein Abo da lassen! Unsere Podcasts jetzt auch auf: ➤ Soundcloud: 🤍 ➤ Anchor: 🤍 ➤ Google Podcasts: 🤍 ➤ Spotify: 🤍 ➤ Apple: 🤍 _ Mehr Promi-News und exklusive Stories gibt es hier: ➤ Website: 🤍 ➤ TikTok: 🤍 ➤ Facebook: 🤍 ➤ Instagram: 🤍 Es gibt Stars, Filme, Serien, YouTuber oder Themen, die du bei uns nicht findest, oder von denen du gerne mehr sehen würdest? Zögere nicht und schick uns einfach eine Mail an itsin🤍freshclip.de

Argu lama nach Dhading Marpak

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