Panels: The Big Questions
In these engaging panels, researchers debate fundamental questions about how the study of intelligence in biological brains can inform the design of AI systems, and vice versa, and what are the unique aspects of human intelligence that distinguish it from the intelligence of non-human animals and machines. In 1900, the mathematician David Hilbert proposed a series of unsolved problems that inspired generations of mathematicians during the 20th century. The third panel addresses what are the analogous unsolved problems in AI that will inspire generations of researchers in the 21st century.
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