Will you pay for your shopping with your eye? Interview on TVP morning show

Yesterday I was a guest at Question for breakfast morning show 🤖. This time I spoke about biometrics. Will we pay for purchases with the eye? 👀👀 Soon we will put the goods into the basket, go to the checkout, put our eye to the reader and it's ready. We will not have to carry any cash or a payment card - our eyes are enough. Such solutions are already appearing in Poland, e.g. in Wrocław. How does it work and is it safe? Link to yesterday's conversation 👉 https://pytanienasniadanie.tvp.pl/48731167/za-zakupy-zaplacisz-okiem

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Should we be afraid of electro-brains? Interview with Jarosław Kuźniaar

According to Raymond Kurzweil, by 2029 the so-called strong artificial intelligence that will surpass us intellectually in 2045. Time will tell if it really will be so. At the moment, we have a weak AI that works great in narrow applications. We have it in smartphones, computers, cars and refrigerators... It even helps us in the fight against the coronavirus - it foresees an epidemic, invents drugs and vaccines, or takes care of the sick. We recently talked about this and other issues in Kuźniar Media with Jarosław Kuźniar. I invite you to watch!

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Did BlueDot predict the coronavirus? Interview on TVP morning show

The 2019-nCoV coronavirus epidemic from Wuhan WHO reported on January 9. It turns out that artificial intelligence knew about it almost 2 weeks earlier. Canada's BlueDot system, which uses data from over 100 different sources, builds complex models of disease incidence and spread, able to predict risk well in advance. It uses machine learning and natural language processing methods, for example by scanning local news in search of signals indicating an epidemiological threat, data from hospitals, climate and demographic data, local and air transport statistics, and internet forums.

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About xenobots. Interview on TVP morning show

Scientists from the US used stem cells taken from a frog embryo to create small, prototype biological robots - xenobots that are able to move and regenerate spontaneously. How are xenobots designed? They used a supercomputer located at the University of Vermont and artificial intelligence methods. The program running on it, simulating the process of natural evolution, virtually connected heart and skin cells in various configurations.

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Alexa assistant encourages suicide? Interview on TVP morning show

29-year-old Danni Morritt from Doncaster decided to ask Alexa about the heart cycle, because she was repeating material from college. Alexa answered the question by citing a Wikipedia article, then began giving a monologue about the harmfulness of humans to the planet and ordered the woman to commit suicide by saying, “Kill yourself by stabbing yourself in the heart for the greater good.” Are these words actually invented by artificial intelligence? How much human stupidity is there? Is today's artificial intelligence a threat to us? We discussed this and other matters in the Question for Breakfast morning show!

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Piotr Psyllos: creators of artificial intelligence should strive to help people. Interview on Polish Radio

source: Polskie Radio 24

- Social robots, using artificial intelligence, improve our communication with the computer, they can talk to us and execute commands. They can be used in nursing homes or restaurants - said Piotr Psyllos, an innovator and IT specialist in Polish Radio 24.

- I think that in 10-15 years such social robots will become popular. I believe that the creators of technology and artificial intelligence should pursue the humanization of technology and help other people - said the guest of Polish Radio 24.

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Will artificial intelligence predict the moment of our death? Interview on TVP morning show

This question is asked by each of us at different stages of life. When will my end be? It turns out that artificial intelligence can help us get the answer. Scientists from Pennsylvania conducted an experiment in which artificial intelligence analyzed historical data from the ECG of two million patients. She had to guess which patient had died within a year of the study. The algorithm hit 85 percent cases. An interview with me is below.

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Petros Psyllos - interview in TV Morning Show, 21.11.2019

On Thursday's Breakfast Question TV Show we discussed about Dr. Peter Scott-Morgan, who has amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. He is in the process of transforming into the world's first cyborg, and his body functions will be replaced by special devices. The only function of the organism will be to maintain the brain, the rest will be handled by - as the protagonist says - artificial mechanisms integrated with biological matter.

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Petros Psyllos on Polish TV Morning Show, 5.11.2019

When was the Internet born? What is its role in the modern world? What is the idea of the Internet of Things about? Is children's addiction to social networking sites dangerous and what can it lead to? We discuss these topics in the Question for Breakfast TV Show on November 5, 2019.

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Interview in Polish Television on the use of chips

In the Saturday episode of Questions for Breakfast in Polish National TV, On October 26, 2019, together with Marzena Rogalska and Tomasz Kammel I talked about chipping and cyborgization of a human. I gave practical examples of the use of chips, which, for example, allow blind people to see. The link to the material is below. I invite you to watch!

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Artificial intelligence. Threat or amenity? Interview on Polish Radio

source: Polskie Radio 24

Recently, there are more and more reports in the media about new skills and new applications of artificial intelligence. However, many systems are now learning from experience and taking action beyond what they were originally programmed for. At the same time, great hopes and fears are raised.

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