The Turing Test, Artificial Intelligence and the Human Stupidity | Luca Longo | TEDxVicenza

Luca Longo is currently assistant professor at the Dublin Institute of Technology, where he is a member of the Applied Intelligence Research Centre. He is also associated to the ADAPT Center (Global Center of Excellence for Digital Content and Media Innovation) and the Innovative Human Systems at Trinity College Dublin. His core research interest is in Artificial Intelligence, particularly in Mental Workload modelling using deductive inference techniques (Defeasible Reasoning) and inductive modelling techniques (Machine Learning). Luca owns a BSc, a MSc in Computer Science, a PgDip in statistics, a MSc in Health Informatics, a PhD in Artificial Intelligence a PgDip in Learning/Teaching. He is author of 30+ academic articles appeared in conference proceedings, book chapters and journals in various theoretical and applied Computer Science fields. Luca Longo is currently assistant professor at the Dublin Institute of Technology, where he is a member of the Applied Intelligence Research Centre. He is also associated to the ADAPT Center (Global Center of Excellence for Digital Content and Media Innovation) and the Innovative Human Systems at Trinity College Dublin. His core research interest is in Artificial Intelligence, particularly in Mental Workload modelling using deductive inference techniques (Defeasible Reasoning) and inductive modelling techniques (Machine Learning). Luca owns a BSc, a MSc in Computer Science, a PgDip in statistics, a MSc in Health Informatics, a PhD in Artificial Intelligence a PgDip in Learning/Teaching. He is author of 30+ academic articles appeared in conference proceedings, book chapters and journals in various theoretical and applied Computer Science fields. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

3 comments

  1. lwouthgpeworhg says:

    Pity this talk did not face the most important aspects of tho dangerous technological revolution as we all should be more aware of the scary answers to his pretty obvious open question. It also would have made sense to mention deep learning and the algorithms behind this incredible world. Next time I guess. Congratulations to Longo for his pretty evident will to develop.

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