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Is AI on the path to sentience? This time on Minds Worth Meeting, Justin Louis speaks with the director of Columbia University’s Creative Machines Lab, Hod Lipson.

In this episode:

  • Hod talks about the speed with which artificial intelligence is advancing right now and tells us that we shouldn’t think about AI as a “thing” but as a “journey”.
  • Hod, who wrote the book “Driverless: Intelligent Cars and the Road Ahead,” says that it will still be some time before we see truly driverless cars on our highways – “they have to earn their place,” he says.
  • We talk about what creativity means in the context of “creative machines” and he tells us about his autonomous robot that paints stunning works of art.
  • Hod weighs in on one of AI’s most controversial topics – how do we know when AI has become self-aware?

Listen now to our engaging, and entertaining, conversation with Professor Hod Lipson!

Where to find Hod Lipson

Click or tap here to learn more about Hod Lipson and how his keynotes, workshops and advisory sessions can help your organization leverage new technology like generative AI and make sense of the emerging technology landscape.

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Can Artificial Intelligence Be Creative? Columbia University’s Hod Lipson Makes the Case was last modified: February 15th, 2024 by Justin Louis