Inside Intel Labs: Human and AI Collaboration – Intel on AI – Season 2, Episode 10

December 2nd, 2020 |
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In this episode of Intel on AI guests Lama Nachman, Intel Fellow and Director of Anticipatory Computing Lab, and Hanlin Tang, Sr. Director of the Intel AI Lab, talk with host Abigail Hing Wen about the intersection of humans and AI.

The three discuss a wide range of topics, from keeping humans in the loop of AI systems to the ways that AI can augment human abilities. Lama talks about her work in building assistive computer systems for Prof. Stephen Hawking and British roboticist Dr. Peter Scott-Morgan. Hanlin reveals work on a DARPA program in collaboration with Brown University and Rhode Island Hospital that’s trying to restore the ability of patients with spinal cord injury to walk again.

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