And then we’ll be better able to answer the questions about what the purpose of the universe was, and was it designed, and how did it come about, much better. Demis Hassabis:  I think they should learn how to get the best for themselves and what they’re passionate about. He has co-authored papers on the subject, published in Nature, Science, Neuron, and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). So problem-solving, imagination, creative thinking, strategic thinking, all of these things — if you play chess to a high level, what you’re really honing is those meta-skills. The technology is neutral in and of itself. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. So I think there’s multiple ways, actually, on a number of levels, that AI could help with something like climate. Identifying the goal is one of the very key things, certainly in the way we build our AI systems, where it’s called “reinforcement learning,” where they learn incrementally to progress towards their goal. I doubt it because I was having this debate, actually, with somebody — a famous writer — and we were talking about this exact topic. Will there just be a future of weaponized drones and robots fighting each other? Hassabis was born to a father from Greece and Cyprus and a mother of Chinese Singapore. Demis Hassabis:  I wouldn’t say so. [WhiteTeamCountry "ENG"] So maybe it would be good if we can relieve people from that drudgery and yet still make sure that they share in the productivity gains and the prosperity that that new productivity will create. They still need vast amounts of data. Like you’ve got lots and lots of possibilities. And what do you think about in those quiet hours? ... She is a leading entrepreneur of Singapore spearheading many … So they still — at the moment, the systems aren’t that efficient in the amount of data they use. With the cooperation with the advisory group, HMG has been able to plan a roadmap for maximizing synergies in its open innovation strategy at Hyundai Motor Group Innovation Center in Singapore, which incorporates AIR Center, an organization dedicated to AI research and development in Singapore. Hassabis is the founder and CEO of DeepMind, a neuroscience-inspired AI company, bought by Google in 2014 — their largest European acquisition to date. Could you tell us a little more about that? [WhiteTeam "Guildford II"] Demis Hassabis:  Of course it does. These cookies do not store any personal information. Nxf5 $2 Bxf4 18. I think it’s going to be where a lot of the big breakthroughs come from. He is of both Greek and Chinese ancestry; his father came from Cyprus, his mother from Singapore. It has to be just instrumental. The ABF Singapore Bond Index Fund is a fixed income ETF that is attractive because it provides a hedge against market sell-down. Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are as essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. {[%evp 0,43,27,27,46,0,15,-20,-15,-15,-6,-8,10,10,40,32,25,44,35,23,66,22,15, While I have to focus, it can’t have words because then your brain starts listening to the words. I don’t know if it would be as meaningful if you knew that it was written by a machine. So I think that’s what I’d recommend, and I think a lot of the big breakthroughs and new companies that are going to be created in the future are interdisciplinary ones, where you make connections between two disparate subjects, and you are the only one who can really see the connection between those two subjects. The multi-talented Demis Hassabis is a widely-cited neuroscientist, pioneering artificial intelligence researcher, award-winning game designer, successful entrepreneur, and five-time World Games Champion. That’s the normal route for that. Because I think the world’s becoming unpredictable, and we don’t know what new technology is going to come out, and things are changing very fast. Really exciting things have happened with machines being able to translate the spoken word. You must activate JavaScript to enhance chess game visualization. These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. This is what Alan Turing was studying. [White "Anderton, Matthew"] He is of both Greek and Chinese ancestry; his father came from Cyprus, his mother from Singapore. And then, a couple of weeks later, I was beating both of them, and then my dad thought, “Maybe we should take him to a chess club,” and it just sort of went from there, really. I would do that in the small hours of the morning. In 2004 he was the world team champion in the game Diplomacy. I think that’s important for a novel to be great. Demis Hassabis, the co-founder of AI lab DeepMind, has revealed that he talked about chess instead of his start-up idea when he first met Peter Thiel. Maybe you’d have some theories about things that could work, but you wouldn’t know for sure, as a scientist. We’re looking at quantum chemistry. So I think humans have an extraordinary, unique part in the universe from that perspective. But will they be a great novel? ... 10 Things You Didn’t Know about Demis Hassabis. As far as we know, we haven’t discovered any alien life. And I kind of had this thought when I was in a big tournament, actually, in Liechtenstein, near Switzerland, and I remember playing a big match. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. The co-founder of DeepMind, the high-profile artificial intelligence lab owned by Google, has been placed on leave after … Here, Q is the mean action value (average reward), cpuct is a constant determining the level of exploration (set as 1), P(s=state,a=action) is the prior probability of choosing action a given by the policy output of the neural net, N(s,a) is the number of times the branch corresponding to action a has been visited.The N … He still does that now, actually. What were you thinking? That’s not something I’m going to get involved with or we would do at DeepMind. cxd4 e6 8. Demis Hassabis: Chess is something, like, I’ve always known how to do. [Round "5.2"] The sky’s the limit really, in terms of if you have that kind of optimization technique in a box that you can call upon and have it present you with alternatives. What’s missing from computers today? So I don’t have any lyrics. We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. In Britain’s 2018 New Year’s Honours, Demis Hassabis was named a Commander of the Order of the British Empire, and in May 2018, he was elected a member of the Royal Society, the world’s oldest scientific association. It worked brilliantly, the scientific method, and that is what has allowed us to have the Enlightenment and modern civilization. His achievement was cited as one of the “Top 10 Scientific Breakthroughs of the Year” by the journal Science. Required fields are marked *. Demis Hassabis:  We’re going to tackle protein folding. What makes you learn best? Qg4+) 14... Nxd4 15. That’s how Turing was able to come up with that idea. [SourceQuality "1"] He then played for Barnet Knights, Queens College College Union and Finchley chess clubs. So that shows to me that a lot of people are spending many, many hours doing things they are not passionate about and not interested in and possibly quite mundane. I think that actually stood me in good stead in terms of running companies. For example, we publish all of our work in big journals like Nature and Science. So I normally sleep at three or four in the morning, and I only have about five or six hours’ sleep, which is probably not enough, actually, as brain studies tell us, but there’s just so many things I need to pack into the day. This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website. Demis and his family moved frequently as his father pursued a variety of business and creative ventures. What should they be doing now? Then in fairness, even most strong chess players aren’t as bright as Demis.”, Demis was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 2018, Your email address will not be published. But they figure that part out themselves. [WhiteElo "2216"] This is where neuroscience comes in. And I would say it’s a really exciting moment in human history, that we’re standing on the cusp of some really amazing things happening, where I think, if it goes well, life will be way, way better for the vast majority of the world. Is it just the physical biology or is that something more? 12:25 PM - 1:25 PM: Breakout Discussions Attendees will break into groups where they will debate key themes from the day’s agenda. He took to it quickly and was soon beating both of them. What are we doing here? I think it’s going to be the same. So I imagine it could be helpful for that, down the line. These are all the things that you are never really taught at school and actually are the most important things — are how to get the best out of yourself. When I was a kid, I was actually — my favorite subject was physics. And then the second question is making sure you deploy it for the good of the world rather than the bad. I think, in that type of environment, you want to be as adaptable as possible. A child chess prodigy, he was coding bestselling computer games while still in his teens. We just have to make sure that we build AI in a safe way, in a controllable way, and I see that as like a tool. He never really had a nine-to-five job, but he was always doing different things. The following year, he founded his own company, Elixir Studios. Rfd1 Having proven himself in world games competition and the computer games industry, Hassabis decided to study the working of the human brain to gain further insight into the possibilities of artificial intelligence. Do you start with the big questions? Do you think we were created for this purpose? Can you give us some examples of how AI could make us healthier? And the rest of the time, I was studying chess. It was my favorite subject all the way up to university, but then I read this book called Dreams of a Final Theory by Steven Weinberg, who is a Nobel Prize winner, and I must have been in my late teens. As a salesman or an ambassador for artificial intelligence, one could do worse than Demis Hassabis. Bb5 Nge7 (12... Bb4) Demis Hassabis:  The goal is to make as fast progress as possible towards building human-level AI. [PlyCount "43"] Nce2 (14. DeepMind doesn't say how many people it employs, but its deepening costs appear to come after a period of recruitment. What hours of the day do you work best on? So he was always doing his own things. In 2015, the Financial Times listed Demis Hassabis as one of the “Top 50 Entrepreneurs in Europe” and the following year as the “Digital Entrepreneur of the Year.”  Science magazine named AlphaGo one of the “Top 10 Scientific Breakthroughs of 2016” and TIME magazine listed Hassabis as one of the World’s 100 Most Influential People in 2017. They can’t create language. Given his first computer at age eight, he programmed it to play the board game Othello. I use music a lot, actually. [Site "Birmingham"] © 1996 - 2020 American Academy of Achievement. But I think it still won’t — like currently, to learn languages, if you really want to understand the nuances of a great novel, you need to read it in the original to get all of the finer details and nuances of what the writer was getting at; I suspect that will be true still for a long while, but just basic functional level translation, yeah, sure. The following year, it beat a former world champion, 4 -1. We have, actually, a very talented house band that gets together and plays at all of our Christmas parties and other things. At DeepMind, he has fused the fields of machine learning with the insights of neuroscience to pursue the goal of “artificial general intelligence” — AGI — a general purpose learning technology with powerful implications for every area of scientific research. I can’t listen to anything that has lyrics. The company’s progress in machine learning has married the processes of deep learning and reinforcement learning to create the new field of “deep reinforcement learning.” These processes hold enormous promise for almost every field of scientific study, from medicine to astrophysics. How best to bring about these technologies? Demis Hassabis, DeepMind’s chief government and co-founder, stated the corporate deliberate to publish particulars describing its work, however that was unlikely to occur till someday subsequent yr. [BlackElo "2235"] DeepMind has also produced a “neural Turing machine,” that is, a recurrent neural network model combining the fuzzy pattern-matching capabilities of an artificial neural network with the algorithmic power of a programmable computer. 10 Things You Didn’t Know About … Hassabis turned his attention to the challenge posed by the ancient Chinese game Go. Demis Hassabis:  The obvious thing that’s already happening today has to do with radiography. All Rights Reserved. I think we’re almost there already with the translation systems that we have. So I don’t think there’s a sort of classical arms race. But I just felt — although I loved chess, and I still love chess now — I felt it was too narrow a thing to dedicate your entire life to. Where do you fall on that question? Demis Hassabis was born in London, England. Actually, one question I would always ask is that, if you were to win the lottery tomorrow, how many people would actually go back to their jobs? He began studies of cognitive neuroscience at University College London (UCL), completing his Ph.D. in 2009. It depends on, again, the mood I’m in, what film I would go to. At age 13, you were the second-best youth player in the world, and you decided to make a change. There’s a wide range of areas that we are in the preliminary steps of. The thing we have here is we have a lot of people who have hidden talents in many domains. That’s an interesting philosophical question. [BlackTeamCountry "ENG"] So I sort of had the chess part of me as being a big core part of my upbringing and who I am. So the goal is to figure out how proteins fold. What’s your daily routine? I remember starting to learn to program on it and sort of learning from books. In the London Mind Sports Olympiad, he emerged as the winner of the Pentamind World Championship in five consecutive years, from 1998 to 2003. We gather you had an unusual childhood in some ways. I think that that way you have to interact with a lot of people. He defined its mission as solving “the problem of intelligence” and then using artificial intelligence “to solve everything else.”  Combining insights from neuroscience and machine learning with the latest developments in computer hardware, Hassabis is seeking to construct a mechanism for general-purpose learning — “artificial general intelligence” (AGI). I think he and my mom instilled in us that you could take whatever path you wanted in life and just follow your passions. I don’t even remember learning. They have their whole life in front of them. And then you’ve got this complex new virus that you’ve just discovered, and you need to build a compound that will attach to it, right? How is this going to change warfare? I think, again there, we’re on the cusp of being able to use things like machine learning to discover new types of drugs. Google reportedly paid $650 million for the London-based artificial intelligence firm founded by neuroscientist Demis Hassabis, Shane Legg and Mustafa Suleyman. I make this joke sometimes that, I think, is semi-serious. He ran a toy store at one point. So diagnosis, I imagine, is fairly logical. A lot of your work is about saving time and being efficient. Demis Hassabis, left, stands with the world's top Go player Ke Jie, center, and Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet, which owns Google and DeepMind, on May 23. Demis was four years old when he saw his father and an uncle playing chess and asked them to teach him the game. Hassabis and his DeepMind colleagues focused initially on creating learning algorithms to master games. Demis Hassabis:  Obviously, it depends on the mood and what I’ve got to do that day, but I generally think a lot about big questions in the late of night. Do you remember when you first knew you were really good at it? He took to it quickly and was soon beating both of them. How can you deploy AI to help us manage climate change? He then traveled to the United States to pursue postdoctoral fellowships at Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Some people already use machine learning to discover new planets from data they have from their telescopes and find even smaller planets — exoplanets — that they couldn’t see or figure out from using their own maths. Apparently, I saw them playing and I asked to play. My view is that — and we’ve signed open letters and UN letters to this effect — that there should always be humans in the loop for any kind of warfare or weapons system. DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis at a 2017 event in China. At the moment, we value certain things in society, and maybe those things will become less rare and other things will become more rare and more unique. And from neuroscience, it looks that — all the neuroscience discovery so far — it looks like you could describe the brain in mechanistic terms. We’re looking at some areas of physics to do with quantum computing. Demis Hassabis: I’ve had quite a lot of “aha!” moments. She digs into his former life as a chess player, games designer and neuroscientist and explores how his love of chess helped him to get start-up funding, what drives him and his … Former child chess prodigy, Go player, and neuroscientist Demis Hassabis co-founded DeepMind Technologies in 2010 in London along with Mustafa Suleyman and Shane Legg. It’s kind of conducive to that. So I think they use the music room mostly for jam sessions. I don’t know why that is because it’s quite different. So this is nothing new. If further trials are successful, DeepMind will make the technology available for free for the first five years. We’re looking at theorem proving in mathematics. What is your short-term goal to do with all that brainpower? And I remember thinking, “Was that really a good use of all that brain power?”. You could give it a goal function. His first game as executive designer at Elixir was Republic: The Revolution, an innovative political simulation game. But I think, as a scientist, what you realize is, the more you find out, actually, the bigger questions there are unresolved. By 2013, they had created an algorithm called Deep Q-Network (DQN) that could play computer games ”at a superhuman level.” With no input other than the pixels visible on the screen, and no directions other than “achieve the maximum score,” DQN became the world’s best player of Space Invaders within 30 minutes of its introduction to the game. BCN wishes Happy Birthday to Demis Hassabis CBE FRS FREng FRSA (27-vii-1976). But he did a whole host of different things, and he was very entrepreneurial. His work demonstrating the link between the functions of memory and imagination was named one of the “Top Ten Scientific Breakthroughs of 2007” by the journal Science. The sessions will convene under Chatham House … Hassabis had demonstrated the neurological connection between the functions of imagination and episodic memory — both require the ability to construct a scene mentally. Do you think the universe was a work of conscious creation? Is that fair to say about your goals for AI? I think that, on the research front, the researchers know each other pretty well and go to the same conferences, and there’s a spirit of information. We’ve always been cognizant of that, from the start of DeepMind and even before, and we’ve always thought about ethics and responsibility of stewarding that kind of powerful technology into the world as being a really huge responsibility that we have as one of the leading exponents of this technology. DeepMind’s mission, as Hassabis puts it, is “to solve the problem of intelligence and then use intelligence to solve everything else.”. Demis Hassabis: I just thought that was normal. And I remember thinking that to become world champion, which was my plan at that point, then your whole life would have to be dedicated to nothing but chess and learning opening moves and theory and all this kind of stuff. But on the other hand, if you’re ill in the hospital, and you want to be looked after, I think a nurse and a human touch would be a lot better than having a robot. Rac1 a6 21. Demis Hassabis:  I’m against using any of this kind of technology for any kind of military. I think there’s always more questions. Here at the Google DeepMind headquarters in London, you have a music room. It sounds like you’re particularly interested in medicine. He is also a renowned video game designer, and a five time winner of the Pentamind Board Games Championships. So I don’t sleep very much. So we believe that, stewarded correctly, this technology should be for the benefit of everyone. At an AI conference held in New York recently, Hassabis said similar technology is mirrored in the artificial intelligence built by DeepMind that can learn to play Atari video games. Bf4 $6 How can you accelerate your own learning no matter what subject you’re learning? From then, I was sort of hooked on computers and programming and then, ultimately, AI. For young people who are really excited about all the possibilities that AI is bringing, what advice do you have for them? The fund consists of bonds issued by the Republic of Singapore, representing the highest percentage of its holding. So those are kind of the three components. Demis Hassabis. And I realized from quite young, that’s one of the reasons I liked chess was this is a great practice for me to get good — sort of like a mental gym, if you like — to get really good at those other skills, which you could then translate to all sorts of other subjects like science or business. [EventCountry "ENG"] And I started realizing, the more I was specializing in chess, the less it was about these meta-skills that would be useful for other things; but more, that specific knowledge would be to just chess. What’s the universe about? What music do you put on? And I think that’s going to happen again and again in the next ten to twenty years. Demis Hassabis: I think there’s probably enough focus. And then, from all my youth, I was always captain of my age group for the national team and usually playing with much older kids. Demis Hassabis:  I think there’s many things left. What are you most excited about? Will there be any work left for humans to do? It was a ZX Spectrum. If you can build a machine that can literally read every book in the world, does it still matter for a human being to be well read? [EventDate "1999.10.??"] Be2 Rhe8 22. Do you see a time when there’s some kind of machine that can automatically translate so that we won’t have to learn languages anymore? But the actual one that I have a passion for, which is sort of tangential to those things, is organizational design. At 17, he joined the computer games company Bullfrog Productions, where he worked as a designer on the game Syndicate and was lead programmer for the highly influential Theme Park. So specifying the goal is incredibly important. Then the next step will be things like drug discovery, where you’ve got some target, some virus or some bacteria, and you need to generate some new compound that will target that. Demis Hassabis: Well, I think the first thing is, you’ve got to know yourself really well. Singapore’s 4-month-old diversity hiring startup bags $200k in pre-seed round; DeepMind’s Demis Hassabis used chess to get Peter Thiel’s attention; VC investors are wild for Europe’s e-scooter rental startups; Japanese VC firm MedVenture Partners raises $95m in final close of second fund I guess one of the really formative ones was when I first got my first computer. What It Takes is an audio podcast produced by the American Academy of Achievement featuring intimate, revealing conversations with influential leaders in the diverse fields of endeavor: public service, science and exploration, sports, technology, business, arts and humanities, and justice. It matters what the most ambitious people do with their lives, and we are proud to have helped create over 200 companies, worth $1.5bn … So it felt to me like maybe what was needed was more intelligence and maybe something like AI as a sort of smart tool to help scientists. Is there anything a robot is not going to be able to do? Demis Hassabis:  This has happened before many times. O-O O-O-O 14. You sort of go deeper and then there’s more things you don’t know. But I have many. They thought, “Well, we’ll just…” you know, humor me and just teach me the rules. His doctoral studies focused on the field of autobiographical memory and amnesia. DeepMind’s AlphaFold system is learning to predict the structure of proteins, a breakthrough with promising applications for the environment, agriculture and medicine. While running Elixir, Hassabis continued to participate in international games competition. Demis Hassabis hopes to make AlphaFold technology available to researchers in the near future. This category contains British people of ethnic Singaporean descent, as well as Singaporean born immigrants to the UK.. Subcategories. Today, LinkedIn says DeepMind employs 838 people, suggesting Hassabis … [Date "2000.01.22"] I changed school lots of times, and I think, for a lot of kids, I realize now that would have been unsettling. Time: 6:30 PM To 7:30 PM. [SourceTitle "EXT 2001"] So there’s some disruption, and then it opens up new jobs that we can’t even imagine today. So it’s funny, they can do translation, but they don’t understand language. (Originally his surname was spelt Hassapis). I think that will lead to new scientific theories and new scientific breakthroughs. Demis Hassabis:  We have over 400 Ph.D.’s just on these two floors. $19 0-1. This website uses cookies to improve your experience. In the 2020 Critical Assessment of Structure Prediction (CASP) competition, AlphaFold bested all comers in predicting the structure of 100 proteins, based on the sequence of their component amino acids. The other thing I use is I really like film. Is there something that a lot of ordinary humans are doing that you see as not really time-efficient? He’s one of my all‑time heroes, and he came up with this idea of a Turing machine, which is a machine that can mimic any other machine. So that’s one of the main things I do to relax is I love watching great films, and I find them very inspirational. So it wouldn’t be useful for other things you might want to do. If all these jobs are mechanized, will there be enough jobs left that people can actually earn a living? You could analyze satellite imagery in real time so that you could see if icebergs were breaking up, and you could see if deforestation was happening where it wasn’t supposed to be happening. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. But really, the thing that I’m most passionate about is understanding the world. His favorite was Bob Dylan, so he wanted to sort of go into singing and songwriting. I like, actually, everything from classical to “drum and bass.”  It just depends on what I’m trying to do. Demis Hassabis:  I’m open-minded about these things. Improved knowledge of protein structures can enable the creation of new enzymes to improve crop yields and break down pollutants. But we’re trying to build this sort of generic platform that many different biologists could use. There are examples in games where their goal is to win the game, and they figure out what are the different ways that are helpful towards winning the game. Identifying the goal? Demis Hassabis is a British artificial intelligence investigator, neuroscientist, video game designer, entrepreneur and internationally recognized gambler. I was about eight years old. Originating in London, we now also have offices in Singapore, Bangalore, Paris, Berlin and Toronto, and over 2000 extraordinary people have gone through our programme globally. [Event "BCF-chT2 9900 (4NCL)"] And then once I’ve watched a great film, I can usually retrigger that mood or that emotion just by watching a small clip on YouTube of that film, and I can pretty much evoke the whole of that emotional state, reconstruct that for whatever it is I’m doing in that moment. There’s definitely a competition in terms of being the best commercially and trying to get the biggest benefit out of these technologies, but I wouldn’t say it’s a classical arms race. It’s astronomical, the number of compounds you can combine together. They’re very good. [EventType "team"] Demis was SCCU Under-18 champion in 1989 and was presented with the “old Trophy” according to the SCCU report. I didn’t really realize that at the time when I was growing up. Demis Hassabis:  I had a bit of an epiphany around that age because I was playing, you know —. He showed a precocious aptitude for all games employing logic and strategy. So that’s things like learning to learn. 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