How Can AI & the Human Brain Work Together? – Michael Platt & Zab Johnson | AI in Focus Series
Wharton’s Elizabeth (Zab) Johnson and Michael Platt join Eric Bradlow, vice dean of Analytics at Wharton, to discuss how AI is being used in neuroscience to better understand the human brain. The conversation covers remarkable research developments in measuring brain activity, replicating speech and mobility, mental health, and more. This interview is part of a special 10-part series called “AI in Focus.”
Topics and questions covered:
00:00 – Introductions
0:53 – What is the Wharton Neuroscience Initiative?
2:30 – Ways technology has changed neuroscience
6:11 – Organic Intelligence vs. Artificial Intelligence
11:19 – Uses of AI in neuroscience today
15:56 – Does neuroscience depend on pattern recognition?
21:11 – Applications of AI/neuroscience in business
25:22 – Potential frontiers of AI
The artificial intelligence revolution is officially upon us. Hear from host Eric Bradlow, Vice Dean of Analytics at Wharton, as he meets with Wharton faculty experts across a wide range of business domains – from healthcare and neuroscience to sports and the auto industry – to learn how AI will impact these fields moving forward, and what we can do to stay ahead of the curve.
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