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CSP: Apocalypse – Robots

The Conduct Science Podcast: Apocalypse – Robots 00:00 – Introduction 01:45 – News 09:00 – Before we start 12:30 – Favourite robot movies 18:40 – How likely is a robot takeover? 28:30 – Do you know your robots? 34:20 – AI, learning, and deep learning 53:40 – Y2K 1:06:00 – Ending and outro You can listen to The Conduct Science

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The Conduct Science Podcast: The Turing Test

The Conduct Science Podcast: The Turing Test 00:00 – Intro 04:40 – Computers and random numbers 11:00 – Book on a toothpick 17:00 – Cryptography background 21:45 – Alan Turing 32:20 – The Turing Test 43:15 – Cryptography 57:15 – Blockchain 1:03:00 – 100 episode tangent 1:05:00 – Ending and outro You can listen to The Conduct Science Podcast by

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ConductScience Podcast: Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence

Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence – Timestamps 00:00 – Hello, welcome and introduction to Mitch 01:18 – Introduction to neuroscience 07:00 – EMDR therapy and mental disorders in modern society 18:59 – Modelling the brain with AI 22:20 – Central vs peripheral brain systems 26:10 – Autonomy in society and the workforce 33:50 – Cyborg rats 38:25 – Could we control

Dr. Jeffrey Krichmar
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Under the Microscope with Dr. Jeffrey Krichmar

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