Singularity is a “hypothetical point in time at which technological growth becomes uncontrollable and irreversible, resulting in unforeseeable changes to human civilization”. During the Tekedia Mini-MBA, for one week, we will assume the world has entered the age of singularity. But instead of panic, we want to examine the promises and business opportunities when machines possibly become smarter than humans!
My engineering PhD focused on neuromorphic systems – a new engineering field which emulates biology to create microprocessors that mimic the event-driven asynchronous parallelism of the nervous system, unleashing the plasticity, efficiency, etc you see in humans in machines.
If you ever want to think uncommon, join us in this session which four faculty, from TAFFDs USA, will teach.
Edward Hudgins, PhD
Chogwu Abdul, PhD
Gennady Stolyarov II