Anthony Goldbloom: The jobs we'll lose to machines -- and the ones we won't
Anthony Goldbloom - Machine learning expert
Anthony Goldbloom crowdsources solutions to difficult problems using machine learning. Full bio
and her dad is a lawyer.
are going to look dramatically different.
did a study on the future of work.
in every two jobs have a high risk
of this disruption.
of artificial intelligence.
that humans can do.
on the cutting edge of machine learning.
hundreds of thousands of experts
for industry and academia.
on what machines can do,
automate or threaten.
into industry in the early '90s.
credit risk from loan applications,
handwritten characters from zip codes.
of far, far more complex tasks.
that could grade high-school essays.
were able to match the grades
an even more difficult challenge.
and diagnose an eye disease
were able to match the diagnoses
machines are going to outperform humans
over a 40-year career.
or see millions of eyes
that machines can't do.
very little progress
they haven't seen many times before.
of machine learning
from large volumes of past data.
seemingly disparate threads
working on radar during World War II,
was melting his chocolate bar.
of electromagnetic radiation
the microwave oven.
example of creativity.
happens for each of us in small ways
on the human tasks
for the future of work?
in the answer to a single question:
to frequent, high-volume tasks,
tackling novel situations?
machines are getting smarter and smarter.
They diagnose certain diseases.
they're going to conduct our audits,
from legal contracts.
for complex tax structuring,
on novel situations.
needs to grab consumers' attention.
finding gaps in the market,
the copy behind our marketing campaigns,
our business strategy.
ahead of the machines.
About the speaker:Anthony Goldbloom - Machine learning expert
Anthony Goldbloom crowdsources solutions to difficult problems using machine learning.
Why you should listen
Anthony Goldbloom is the co-founder and CEO of Kaggle. Kaggle hosts machine learning competitions, where data scientists download data and upload solutions to difficult problems. Kaggle has a community of over 600,000 data scientists and has worked with companies ranging Facebook to GE on problems ranging from predicting friendships to flight arrival times.
Before Kaggle, Anthony worked as an econometrician at the Reserve Bank of Australia, and before that the Australian Treasury. In 2011 and 2012, Forbes named Anthony one of the 30 under 30 in technology; in 2013 the MIT Tech Review named him one of top 35 innovators under the age of 35, and the University of Melbourne awarded him an Alumni of Distinction Award. He holds a first call honors degree in Econometrics from the University of Melbourne.
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