10 Best Artificial Intelligence Videos You Can’t Miss

News & Updates Jun 01, 2017

For years now, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in business has fascinated technology experts, business leaders, and entrepreneurs. With its influential and powerful capabilities, artificial intelligence technology is beginning to have a real impact on our home and work lives. In many connected homes, AI is optimizing energy use and in the offices around the globe, AI is hard at work optimizing business processes.

The team here at Deskera has put together a list of some favorite YouTube videos on artificial intelligence that you shouldn’t miss! View these to learn more about AI and how it’s changing, and will change, the world. Because we know your time is precious, we organized them by length (shortest to longest) so that you can learn a little about artificial intelligence no matter how much time you have today. And now, for your viewing pleasure:

1. Putting Google’s AI Through the Turing Test
(Length – 4:31)
The only video on our list less than five minutes long, this has the greatest doodles of all the time. It talks about a neural network learning to recognize doodles and also shows how well it does with a drawing and help teach it, just by playing.

2. How AI can bring on a second Industrial Revolution
(Length – 9:09)
Digital visionary Kevin Kelly talks about the progression of technology in this video. He explains that while may seem like every day there’s a new way technology surprises us, the larger trends are actually quite predictable. This video is a must watch for small business owners interested in learning how AI is influencing product development and the latest industrial revolution.

3. What is Artificial Intelligence Exactly?
(Length – 9:21)
This is a great video on the basics of AI, helping viewers separate what’s true about AI from what’s just buzz.

4. Artificial Intelligence and the future
(Length – 10:06)
This video is a TEDTalk by André LeBlanc where he discusses the current and future impacts of AI on industry, science, and how it will accelerate human progress. Looking as far as 20 years in the future, LeBlanc predicts how artificial intelligence will explode to benefit society and business.

5. What a driverless world could look like
(Length – 11:31)
This TEDTalk features Wanis Kabbaj lecturing about exciting ways AI can improve transportation like modular, detachable buses, flying taxis and networks of suspended magnetic pods that could help make the dream of a dynamic, driverless world into a reality.

6. AI is Progressing Faster Than You Think!
(Length – 12:07)
This video explains how AI uses the neural network concept to generate photo-realistic images from text or music. This video predicts that in the future, instead of working for companies, more entrepreneurs will be able to start their own businesses using personalized AI as a productive aid.

7. Google’s DeepMind Explained! – Self Learning AI
(Length – 13:44)
This video is a primer on Google’s DeepMind, where it came from, and what Google’s artificial intelligence is actually capable of.

8. Are We Approaching Robotic Consciousnesses?
(Length – 14:05)
This video will educate you about the field of artificial intelligence and robotics. It will introduce you to the first scientifically provable self aware robot, explain how it was built, and discuss the real implications of what went down.

9. The incredible inventions of intuitive AI | Maurice Conti
(Length – 15:23)
In this video, futurist Maurice Conti takes the viewer on a tour of the Augmented Age. He believes that in the next 20 years a lot will change around the way we do our work, and in the new era of augmentation, natural human capabilities will be augmented by computers.

10. Artificial Intelligence in Google’s Dinosaur
(Length – 31:22)
If you’ve got 30 minutes to spar, check out this video on Ivan Seidel’s exciting AI project. It is a deep dive into the Neural Network and Genetic Algorithm built to teach Google’s dinosaur from Chrome to learn and adapt to virtual challenges.

Rebecca Neufeld

Rebecca Neufeld is Deskera's Senior Director of Communications, based in San Francisco. A graduate of Syracuse University's Newhouse College of Public Communication, she has spent more than a decade

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