人工智能杂志AI(Artificial Intelligence)是目前公认的发表该领域最新研究成果的主要国际论坛。该期刊欢迎有关AI广泛方面的论文,这些论文构成了整个领域的进步,也欢迎介绍人工智能应用的论文,但重点应该放在新的和新颖的人工智能方法如何提高应用领域的性能,而不是介绍传统人工智能方法的另一个应用。关于应用的论文应该描述一个原则性的解决方案,强调其新颖性,并对正在开发的人工智能技术进行深入的评估。 官网地址:http://dblp.uni-trier.de/db/journals/ai/

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Perception, Prediction, and Large Scale Data Collection for Autonomous Cars

报告简介:

预计自动驾驶汽车将极大地重新定义交通运输的未来。当这项技术完全实现时,它将带来巨大的社会、环境和经济效益。我们很高兴能分享一个全面的、大规模的数据集,其中包括原始传感器摄像头和激光雷达输入,这是一个由多辆高端自主车辆组成的车队在有限的地理区域内所感知到的。该数据集还包括高质量的、带有人类标签的交通代理的3D边界框,一个底层的HD空间语义图。因此,我们的目标是赋予社区权力,促进进一步发展,并从先进的工业自主车辆计划的角度分享我们对未来机遇的见解。

嘉宾介绍:

Luc Vincent,Peter Ondruska, Ashesh Jain,Sammy Omari,Vinay Shet。

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In order to construct an ethical artificial intelligence (AI) two complex problems must be overcome. Firstly, humans do not consistently agree on what is or is not ethical. Second, contemporary AI and machine learning methods tend to be blunt instruments which either search for solutions within the bounds of predefined rules, or mimic behaviour. An ethical AI must be capable of inferring unspoken rules, interpreting nuance and context, possess and be able to infer intent, and explain not just its actions but its intent. Using enactivism, semiotics, perceptual symbol systems and symbol emergence, we specify an agent that learns not just arbitrary relations between signs but their meaning in terms of the perceptual states of its sensorimotor system. Subsequently it can learn what is meant by a sentence and infer the intent of others in terms of its own experiences. It has malleable intent because the meaning of symbols changes as it learns, and its intent is represented symbolically as a goal. As such it may learn a concept of what is most likely to be considered ethical by the majority within a population of humans, which may then be used as a goal. The meaning of abstract symbols is expressed using perceptual symbols of raw sensorimotor stimuli as the weakest (consistent with Ockham's Razor) necessary and sufficient concept, an intensional definition learned from an ostensive definition, from which the extensional definition or category of all ethical decisions may be obtained. Because these abstract symbols are the same for both situation and response, the same symbol is used when either performing or observing an action. This is akin to mirror neurons in the human brain. Mirror symbols may allow the agent to empathise, because its own experiences are associated with the symbol, which is also associated with the observation of another agent experiencing something that symbol represents.

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