How artificial intelligence will make technology disappear | Rand Hindi | TEDxÉcolePolytechnique
When is the last time you had dinner with someone without checking Facebook or Instagram on your phone? With smartphones and connected objects invading our everyday lives, it is getting harder and harder to connect with people nowadays. Rand Hindi astounds us by proposing a solution to this problem that might just change our lives.
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Rand Hindi started programming at ten years old. He founded his first startup when he was fourteen and his web development agency at fifteen. After getting his PhD in Bioinformatics he continued his entrepreneurial activities, attracting attention from Forbes and being named in their “30 people under 30 to watch” list. He aims to profoundly change our lives and relationship with technology through his products and ideas.
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I walk away from my phone and abandon it…and that's why.
Amazing speech, I really enjoyed it.
he's on the right path
I have a tremendous about of friends and no one has experienced this phantom vibration phenomena, not do they know anyone that did.
Perhaps this guy is talking about people living in South America.
It is difficult to believe he is a professor, because he hasn't said one intelligent thing during this TED talk.
I would rate this video a certain FAIL and a waste of time.
*amount of friends,….
If you could predict when a person will have a car accident, an insurance company could cancel the insurance based on predictive analysis and save billions of dollars. Sweet ! So much winning !
We could set up betting pools for when people are going to die.
The illusion of convenience
Am i alone here in thinking i dont want ANYTHING predicting what i want, where im going, dont want a self driving car, no smart devices, and absolutely positively DO NOT EVER THINK YOU KNIW ME OR WHAT IM THINKING, I DO NOT GIVE ANYONE, THING , OR BUSINESS/GOVERNMENT TO HAVE ACCESS TO MY THOUGHTS,…PERMISSION DENIED, GET IT. That is to all tech companies, or any type of artificial intelligence.
Sitting at dinner with honey, expecting a phone alert from someone he “secretly loves” 😭
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go to facebook…scroll down…'sign out all devices". peace my friends.
Oh My God, you crazy people! Is that something to aim for?! Who is going to own the processing and the databases? Who is going to be able to afford the devices, and how are they going to earn their living?