Dileep George spoke at EmTech 2016 about common sense and the ability to model the world. Watch the talk here:http://events.technologyreview.com/video/watch/dileep-george-vicarious-ai-work/
Artificial Intelligence at WorkOct 25, 2016
This Week In Startups Interview with Scott PhoenixMay 16, 2016
Berggruen Workshop on AIApr 12, 2016
Interview with Scott Phoenix in ForbesApr 11, 2016
In-depth interview with Vicarious co-founder in Forbes discussing artificial intelligence research, entrepreneurship and the future of Vicarious.
Read the interview here
No, the robots are not about to rise up and destroy us allJan 20, 2016
it is very, very unlikely that a robot would ever be smart enough to devise a way to dry the world’s oceans without being smart enough to understand why that would be a problem
Read the World Economic Forum featured blog post by Dileep George here
Killer robots? Superintelligence? Let’s not get ahead of ourselves.Nov 4, 2015
Opinion piece in the Washington Post by Dileep George on the path towards AGI.
AGI will be created gradually, over the course of many years. The scenarios presented by movies and the media are an exaggerated picture of the actual risks. The headlines might lead you to believe that AGI is imminent, but scientists actually working on the problems will tell you otherwise. A lot more research is needed before we can build AGI.
Read the article here
'We have this remarkable ability to create any kind of world we can imagine'Oct 22, 2015
Article in The Guardian about one of our investors, Bryan Johnson, and his venture capital firm, The OS Fund, backing entrepreneurs who are working toward “quantum-leap discoveries” that promise to rewrite “the operating system of life”.
Read more here
Goldman Sachs honored Vicarious as one of the top 5 most innovative companies of 2015Oct 15, 2015
Goldman Sachs honored Vicarious as one of the top 5 most innovative companies of 2015.
Artificial Intelligence Leaders Answer AI's Most Burning Questions (Part I)Sep 5, 2015
Interview with Dileep George, Adam Cheyer (co-founder of Siri) and David Ackley (Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of New Mexico)
Read the first part here
Samsung and Wipro Invest in VicariousAug 19, 2015
Vicarious’s partnerships with companies such as ABB, Samsung and Wipro are aimed at applying its research into products and learning how to better develop technology.
“Our technology is a very long-term bet, and we want to interface with the other long-term bets being made by big companies,”
Read more at bloomberg.com