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Humachine: It’s Not in the Dictionary. But It Will Soon Transform Our Lives

Posted: November 13, 2019 at 6:00 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

John D. Wood, Esq. that represents real and intellectual property owners in insurance matters through his law firm, and consults on technology policy through The Humachine LLC joins Enterprise Radio. Wood is the co-author of “The Humachine: Humankind, Machines, and the Future of Enterprise”.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest John Wood discuss the following:

  1. What do you mean by “the Humachine” and how is this different than cyborgs? 
  2. What is “Kasparov’s Law” and how can ordinary workers compete with AI? 
  3. What is “Moravec’s Paradox” and what are some examples of where AI is limited but humans excel? 
  4. Why is “dark data”—more so than big data—an enterprise game changer?
  5. Why robots that seem to take our jobs could very well make our jobs?
  6. How to address AI’s seemingly apocalyptic threats, including the control problem, algorithmic bias, and bot weaponization?
  7. How becoming a technology-driven company requires us to become more human, not less?

John D. Wood, Esq., is a graduate of NYU School of Law and TCU where he earned his bachelors degrees summa cum laude in English and Philosophy. He is a member of the New York and Texas State Bar Associations and has provided Continuing Professional Education programs on insurance, copyleft, and artificial intelligence and the law.

Wood represents real and intellectual property owners in insurance matters through his law firm, and consults on technology policy through The Humachine LLC.  He is co-author of The Humachine: Humankind, Machines,and the Future of Enterprise.

WebsiteTheHumachineBook.com

Social Media Links
Facebook: facebook.com/john.wood.501 
Twitter: @JohnWoodTorch
Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/john-wood-law-firm


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