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DeepMind: The Podcast

Hannah Fry
TechnologyScience

Get the inside story of how AI is being created and uncover the extraordinary ways artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming our world. In the highly-praised, award-nominated "DeepMind: The Podcast", mathematician and broadcaster Hannah Fry goes behind the scenes of world-leading research lab DeepMind to find out how AI can benefit our lives and the society we live in. The first season explores the link between neuroscience and AI, the importance of games, and building safe AI. Now in its second season, Hannah uncovers how AI is accelerating science in critical areas, takes an in-depth look at building artificial general intelligence (AGI), and so much more.

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Hannah wraps up the series by meeting DeepMind co-founder and CEO, Demis Hassabis. In an extended interview, Demis describes why he believes AGI is possible, how we can get there, and the problems he hopes it will solve. Along the way, he highlights ... more

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3 months ago

AI needs to benefit everyone, not just those who build it. But fulfilling this promise requires careful thought before new technologies are built and released into the world. In this episode, Hannah delves into some of the most pressing and difficult... more

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4 months ago

AI doesn’t just exist in the lab, it’s already solving a range of problems in the real world. In this episode, Hannah encounters a realistic recreation of her voice by WaveNet, the voice synthesising system that powers the Google Assistant and helps ... more

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Reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars from 700 ratings
  • Good

    Great content

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    wiggy woggy
    Canada4 months ago
  • Love it

    For an outsider to the field like me, this is an amazing podcast exploring both the frontiers of AI as well as the ethical issues that follow. more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Merbanan
    Denmark4 months ago
  • Great podcast for those into AI

    DeepMind is arguably the leading research institution when it comes AI. This is a great behind the scenes look at the latest developments in AI as well as the issues being debated in this field. more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    luchungi
    Singapore4 months ago
  • One of the most fascinating PodCasts available

    For those of us who want to know more about this fascinating and real-world development. As a Sci-Fi geek I like to read really good hard sci-fi. That means understanding where the real world is. more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    rHarlow31
    United Kingdom4 months ago
  • Well spoken and explained.

    This particular episode covers the solution that deep mind found to the protein folding problem, which is a big deal in many ways.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Dave at Black Rock Auto
    United States4 months ago

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