The Robot Brains Podcast

By Pieter Abbeel

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In each episode of The Robot Brains podcast, renowned artificial intelligence researcher, professor and entrepreneur Pieter Abbeel meets the brilliant minds attempting to build robots with brains. Pieter is joined by leading experts in AI Robotics from all over the world as he explores how far humanity has come in its mission to create conscious computers, mindful machines and rational robots. Host: Pieter Abbeel | Executive Producers: Ricardo Reyes & Henry Tobias Jones | Audio Production: Kieron Matthew Banerji | Title Music: Alejandro Del Pozo

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Cade Metz talks about how AI took over the world
1:39:53
In episode four of The Robot Brains Podcast we meet Cade Metz, technology correspondent for the New York Times and the author Genius Makers: The Mavericks who brought AI to Google, Facebook and the world. In our interview, Cade and Pieter discusses the history of AI from the perspective of the brilliant academic and business minds who helped to invent it. Host: Pieter Abbeel Executive Producers: Ricardo Reyes & Henry Tobias Jones Audio Production: Kieron Matthew Banerji.

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Apr 14, 2021
Yann LeCun explains why Facebook would crumble without AI
1:25:27
On episode three of The Robot Brains Podcast we have deep learning pioneer: Yann LeCun. Yann is a winner of the Turing Award (often called the Nobel Prize of Computer Science) who in 2013 was handpicked by Mark Zuckerberg to bring AI to Facebook. Yann also offers his predictions for the future of artificial general intelligence, talks about his life straddling the worlds of academia and business and explains why he likes to picture AI as a chocolate layer cake with a cherry on top. Host: Pieter Abbeel Executive Producers: Ricardo Reyes & Henry Tobias Jones Audio Production: Kieron Matthew Banerj

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Apr 07, 2021
Olga Russakovsky explains AI data's diversity problem
47:24
This week's guest is Princeton professor and co-founder of AI4All, Olga Russakovsky. Olga's research has focused on the societal biases in the data used to train machine learning AI. In our second episode, she talks about why we need more diversity in AI, problematic junk in, junk out data sets and what it was like being the only female researcher in early AI labs. Host: Pieter Abbeel Executive Producers: Ricardo Reyes & Henry Tobias Jones Audio Production: Kieron Matthew Banerji

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Mar 30, 2021
Andrej Karpathy on the visionary AI in Tesla's autonomous driving
1:06:35
On the first ever episode of The Robot Brains podcast, our host Pieter Abbeel sits down with Andrej Karpathy, director of AI at Tesla. Andrej is a world-leading expert when it comes to machine learning and training neural nets. In this episode he talks about what it's like working with Elon Musk, training driverless cars with machine learning and the time he had to sleep on a yoga mat at Tesla HQ... Host: Pieter Abbeel. Executive Producers: Ricardo Reyes & Henry Tobias Jones. Audio Production: Kieron Matthew Banerji.

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Mar 22, 2021
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In each episode of The Robot Brains podcast (coming soon), renowned artificial intelligence researcher, professor and entrepreneur Pieter Abbeel meets the brilliant minds attempting to build robots with brains. Pieter is joined by leading experts in AI Robotics from all over the world as he explores how far humanity has come in its mission to create conscious computers, mindful machines and rational robots.


Hosted by Pieter Abbeel

Executive Producers Ricardo Reyes & Henry Tobias Jones

Sound editing by Kieron Matthew Banerji



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Mar 19, 2021