Conference Technology Uses

AI & Human Brain: Who will learn faster ?


Uncover the strenghts and limits of learning capabilities in machines and humans.



Conference Technology Uses

AI & Human Brain: Will will learn faster ?

Uncover the strenghts and limits of learning capabilities in machines and humans.


Technologies of artificial intelligence (AI) have proven better performance than humans in very specific tasks.
Reseach in AI is partly inspired by advances in cognitive psychology and neuroscience to inprove learning capabilities in AI.
Far from mimicking human brain functioning, these computer programs make complex calculations that somewhat simulate the functioning of neural networks ad some parts of the human brain.

Nonetheless, learning capabilities in AI are often overemphasized in media.
This generate the confusion between learning capabilitites in AI and humans, prompting the belief that machines might outperform humans.
This rapid technological increase gives rise to concerns and delusions on machines' fast learning capabilities in complex tasks, up to point that they might take over several jobs.
What are the real learning capabilities of AI and how do they learn? What are the main differences with humans' learning capabilities and how will these technologies transform jobs?

In this conference, I will present the strenghts and the limits of AI and humans to learn continuously.
We will discuss how AI can learn and perform several types of tasks and how they might positively impact some jobs instead of substituting human labor.


Key points


  • Delusions about machines' capabilities

  • Weak and strong AI

  • Neural networks in AI and in human brain

  • Learning from examples

  • Reinforcement learning

  • Tasks in which AI excel

  • Tasks in which humans excel

  • Your new knowledge


  • Understand the links between research in neuroscience and in AI

  • Know the basics of learning algorithms

  • Strengthen critical thinking on media coverage of AI performance

  • Empower learning capabilities and skill development in humans


  • Audience concerned


  • Developers, designers, innovators, students

  • Schools, consulting firms, training establishments

  • General public

  • Indicative duration


  • 1 hour talk

  • 30 minute session of open questions



  • Speaker

    Speaker

    Sandrine Duverne, Dr

    Speaker, Author, & Researcher
  • +200 hours of teaching and training pratices

  • +20 participations in international conferences

  • +19 years of research in cognitive psychology and neuroscience

  • +4 year experience in technological innovation


  • Academic institutions

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