- (0:30) - Part 1: What Is AI?
- (2:45) - Big Data and Machine Learning
- (6:00) - Is General Intelligence Impossible?
- (13:10) - Episode Roundup: Podcast@Zacks.com
On today’s episode of the Tech Talk Tuesday podcast, Ryan McQueeney kicks off the first piece of his three-part series on artificial intelligence by defining the terms investors need to know before adding exposure to AI and highlighting some of the key concepts and questions surrounding AI research.
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Artificial intelligence is one of the hottest topics in the technology sector, but not every interested tech investor has the understanding of the subject necessary to secure solid profits. In the first part of this series, Ryan McQueeney focuses on key AI vocabulary to help those interested in learning more about the subject.
What is the difference between AI and machine learning? Why do scientists seem so obsessed with general intelligence? How does the human brain contextualize information, and can robots do the same? Hear the answers to these questions, and more, on today’s show.
Next week, Ryan will highlight how leading tech companies like Microsoft (MSFT - Free Report) , Amazon (AMZN - Free Report) , Facebook (FB - Free Report) , Apple (AAPL - Free Report) , and other industry behemoths are leading the world into the AI age by spending their cash on new projects.
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