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    Danny Vega

    Twice because this is the application that builds the trust, the explainability, the bit of understanding needed among the human population.

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    John Quill Taylor

    Was the world ready for the Internet? Was the world ready for Television? Or Radio? Jet Travel? The Steam Engine? Was the world ready for Controlled Fire? – j q t –

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    jonathan baetens

    I lost his point around minute 38 when he starts to talk about rates of speed and perspectives of ideas, and why the human mind will remain relevant even during the age of a super AI. I didn't read the book, but I would like to understand what he tries to explain there. Anyway that can try to explain it in other words?

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    John O'Hara

    Intelligent broad-ranging thinking, especially in the second half. Worth investing the time. Touches on a lot of issues in a well informed and considered way. The Q&A at the end is non-trivial, too. If it's too slow for you, install the "Video Speed Controller" Chrome plugin to speed it up a bit 🙂

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    Ryan Thompson

    Good talk, very interesting!

    My one issue was the rant about "one place where it says what I do" 45:25 made me think he's a little clueless about how these larger systems work. Large systems pass pieces of data on to other services (which in turn use other services), all integrating open source and closed source libraries in them (each getting passed pieces of data).

    If he thinks designing a single space where users can control what happens with all data is technically trivial, I would argue its the opposite. He might have an argument it would be a good thing for a small percent of users that care about such things, but technically simple is wrong.

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    SoCalFreelance

    Mr. Husain forgot to mention that China's AI development is a "whole of government" effort with military, academia, research, private sector all working together for a common goal unlike in Western nations where the aforementioned compete for market share, patents, intellectual property, talent, contracts, etc.

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