Japanese Chess (05:04)
An AI machine defeats Amahiko Sato at a game of Shogi. Yoshiharu Habu explores how the evolution of artificial intelligence has changed. Taxi drivers rely on forecasts generated by AI to find clients.
Analyzing the Shogi Match (06:00)
Sato is the first new master in 14 years. Issei Yamamoto develops Ponanza, an AI machine who has not lost a match since 2013. Data becomes a teacher for technology.
Unorthodox Practices (01:50)
Habu discusses how humanity's knowledge of Shogi is limited. Things that occur in the game could reveal what the future holds.
Taxi Technology (05:19)
A company in Nagoya uses AI to predict where passengers might be located. A driver describes how it has improved her customer base. The software development company takes weather, day of the week, time of day, and location data into account.
Finance Industry (02:47)
Computers process 80% of trades at the Tokyo Stock Market. A security firm develops an AI-based stock price prediction program. Susumu Usui describes why humans cannot handle the high volume of trades.
AI Victory (04:00)
Ponanza beats Satu in Shogi because it chooses unpredictable moves. Issei Yamamoto wonders how his AI technology has become so powerful.
Crime and Technology (04:40)
Law enforcement officials use AI technology to predict inmates who are at risk to re-offend and by which crime; sentence terms are affected. Robert believes it is unfair that a computer assessment can influence his prison sentence.
Employee Appraisal (07:14)
AI analyzes whether and individual would quit medical administration positions. Employees fill out questionnaires and comment forms to determine potential attrition from job-related stress. The AI development firm makes software for banks, law firms, and other companies that handle large amounts of documents.
Making Use of AI (02:56)
AI has inspired technical advances and it could be immensely beneficial to humans. Sato changes Shogi strategies after losing to the AI.
AI and Government (03:37)
The South Korean government debates whether to use AI. Ben Goertzel researches how to create a robot politician to draft policies. Sophia receives training data including laws, constitutions, economies, and national defense policies from countries around the world.
AI Competitor (04:59)
Ponanza beats Sato again in Shogi. AI may prove more capable than humans. People will need to consider its use in the future.
Credits; AI: Into the Real World (00:49)
Credits; AI: Into the Real World
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