Artificial intelligence, or AI, is no longer the domain of science fiction. It has become a major part of our daily lives. Ever ask Alexa to play you a song? Booked a trip online? Received customer service through chat? AI powers those interactions and is now being integrated into biological challenges.
Terry Sejnowski, Professor and Laboratory Head at the Salk Institute, uses computer modeling techniques to better understand how brain cells process, sort and store information. This line of study is creating a link between the biology of the brain and AI. As this line of inquiry evolves, questions about privacy, bias and more arise. Sejnowski explores the current reach of AI, implications for the future, and how researchers are answering the ethical dilemmas associated with AI.