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for two years previously very successfully in china and it was interacting with as many as 40 million people so what was the difference between when they rolled it out in china versus when they rolled something out on the general internet for the general public on twitter. that's what i'll talk about when i get more into the systems but the important thing i want to contrast from a technological standpoint is that al or go -- algorithmically, there's a lot of shared programs. the computer that is going to play go would be different than a robot chat bot that is going to a intact conversationally with people but some of the -- many of the methods underlying these are the same and so why was one system a major success and the other a major catastrophe? to understand this let's go back to the beginning of ai to learn about the history. ai has been around 60 years from now. it was started in 1956 when john mccarthy, marvin minsky and claude shannon proposed to have a two-month summer conference at dartmouth to explore and define what this field should be under the conjecture that
difference between when they rolled it out in china and when they rolled it out on the general -- for the general public on twitter. that's what i'll talk about. the important thing here i want to contrast is that algorism you might think it would be very different than a robot or chatbot that will interact with people. many of the methods are really the same. so why was one system a major success and the other a major catastrophe? to understand this let's go back to the beginning of ai to learn a little bit about the history. so ai has been around for about 60 years now. so it was started as a field in 1956 when john macarthy to really explore and define what this field should be under the conjecture that all aspects could be enkoud cocoded in a co system including many aspects of learning. when they jump started the field with this conference there was a lot of excitement, a lot of effort in many different directions in the field. i will focus mostly on machine learning. that is my area. there are also a lot of other areas included that i won't touch on today. so the early wo
was being used for two years previously, very successfully in china, interacting with as many as 40 million people so what was really the difference between when they rolled it out in china versus when they rolled something out on the general internet on twitter, that's what i will talk about. but the important thing here that i want to contrast from a technological standpoint is that out of the weekly in the machine learning space there's a lot of shared technology between these two systems so you might think that a computer program that going to play go would be very different than a robot, a chatbot that is going to interact conversationally with people but many of the methods underlying these are the same and so why was one system a major success and the other a major catastrophe? to understand this, let's go back to the beginning of ai. to learn a little bit about the history.ai has been around for about 60 years now. it was tarted as a field in 1956 when john mccarthy, mark kaminsky and claude shannon propose to have a two-month conference at dartmouth to really explore and de
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