LABMP 590: Technology and the Future of Medicine

CCIS L1-140, T R 2:00 - 3:20 pm

 

September 4            Introduction/Future of Medicine
                                        

Dr. Kim Solez

Powerpoint --> September 4

Video --> September 4, 2014

Dr. Kim Solez presents "Introduction to Technology and Future of Medicine Course LABMP 590" on September 4, 2014, at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada see www.singularitycourse.com

Marcus Hutter is mentioned at 00:41:18

Discussion is at 00:57:40


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September 9             Technological Singularity Explained and Promoted
                                        

Dr. Kim Solez

Video --> September 9, 2014

Dr. Kim Solez presents "The Technological Singularity Explained and Promoted" on September 9th, 2014 at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada in the Technology and Future of Medicine LABMP 590 course http://www.singularitycourse.com Future Day discussion begins at 00:40:07 , the discussion period begins at 00:49:00 . The Great Elitism Filter. Is elitism the "great filter", responsible somehow for the fact that more advanced civilizations have not made themselves known and come to visit us? See 00:49:00 in this video

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September 11             Of Klout and Cliffs: Will Technology Save Humanity or Sink it?
                                        

Dr. Kim Solez

Video --> September 11, 2014

Dr. Kim Solez presents "Of Klout and Cliffs: Will Technology Save Humanity or Sink It? The View From Precipice Edge" on September 11, 2014 in the Technology and Future of Medicine course LABMP 590 http://www.singularitycourse.com at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada.

Table of Contents:

00:00:00 predicting the future, Klout considered ;

00:06:24 Joel Crichton;

00:07:01 Singularity Song ;

00:10:48 Signal Hill Rescue Story, How Kim Solez came to develop LABMP 590 course,

00:27:15 Discussion

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September 16             Evil As A Treatable Disease
                                        

Dr. Earle Waugh

Video --> from February 6, 2014

Dr. Earle Waugh presents "Evil as a Treatable Disease: A Critique of Simon Baron-Cohen's The Science of Evil" on February 6, 2014 at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton Canada.

Table of Contents:

00:00:00 Kim Solez introduction giving update on Future Day performance in Edmonton on Saturday March 1st http://www.futureday.org , https://www.facebook.com/events/139684502884517/,

00:03:28 Earle Waugh begins,

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September 18             Singularity and the Have Nots - the Example of Nepal
                                        

Dr. Bibiana Cujec

Video --> from September 18, 2014

Dr. Bibiana Cujec presents "The Technological Singularity in Resource Limited settings: The Example of Nepal" on September 18, 2014 in the Technology and Future of Medicine course LABMP 590 at the University of Alberta in Edmonton Canada. This lecture provides a good counterpoint to the lecture given by Dr. Kim Solez at Chitwan Medical College in Nepal on October 14, 2014.

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September 23             Social Media and Medicine
                                        

Dr. Julielynn Wong

Video --> from March 20, 2014

Dr. Bibiana Cujec speaking on "Singularity and the Have Nots: Observations of a Canadian Cardiologist in Nepal", on March 20, 2014 in the Technology and Future of Medicine course http://www.singularity course.com LABMP 590 at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada.

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September 23            Promise and Perils of Artificial Intelligence Part I
                                        

Dr. Osmar Zaiane

Powerpoint --> January 21, 2014

Sony Aibo Robotic Dog Info

Video --> from January 21, 2014

 

Dr. Osmar Zaiane presents Problems and Perils of AI Part I on January 21, 2014 in the Technology and Future of Medicine course at the University of Alberta in Edmonton Canada.

Table of Contents:

00:00:00 Kim Solez,

objectives, background on Sony Aibo robotic dog. 

00:10:28 Osmar Zaiane presentation begins with completely new content!

 

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September 25             Promise and Perils of Artificial Intelligence Part II
                                        

Dr. Osmar Zaiane

Video --> from January 28

Osmar Zaiane presents "The Promise and Perils of Artificial Intelligence, Part II" on January 28, 2014 at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada.

September 30             Promise and Perils of Artificial Intelligence Part III
                                        

Dr. Osmar Zaiane

Video --> from January 30, 2014

Osmar Zaiane presents "The Promise and Perils of Artificial Intelligence, Part III" on January 30, 2014 at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada.

Table of Contents: 

00:00:00 Expert systems and machine learning,

00:00:53 Expert systems no longer considered AI , was first AI,

00:04:53 general architecture,

00:07:02 Rise of expert systems 1967-1985,

00:08:40 Major problems with expert systems,

00:11:58 Students, machine learning defined,

00:12:54 What is machine learning,

00:14:33 Examples that are not machine learning,

00:19:29 Classification, the typical process,

00:21:50 training set,

00:24:25 challenges in supervised learning,

00:25:07 neural networking, concrete applications,

00:28:52 supervised vs. unsupervised learning,

00:38:02 Promise of AI, Medical AI,

00:43:54 AI in medicine,

00:45:33 Helping physicians interpret MRI images,

00:47:53 medical microarray analysis,

00:49:18 Machine learning model for mammograms, breast cancer

00:49:46 Other biomedical applications,

00:50:57 Prostate cancer,

00:53:10 Discussion, how much danger is there is the black box aspects of machine learning?,

00:54:49 computers doing high frequency trading on stock market,

00:57:50 Internet noise, soft takeoff, hard takeoff, gradual change likely,

01:01:10 Google purchase of deep mind, ethics committee important feature,

01:01:50 Computers likely more ethical than humans,

 

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October 2             Promise and Perils of Artificial Intelligence Part IV
                                        

Dr. Osmar Zaiane

Video --> from February 25, 2014

Osmar Zaiane presents "The Promise and Perils of Artificial Intelligence, Part II" on January 28, 2014 at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada.

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October 7             There's Still Plenty of Room at the Bottom                                         

Dr. Patrick Pilarski

Video --> from February 4, 2014

Ross Lockwood presents "There's Still Plenty of Room at the Bottom" on February 4, 2014, in the Technology and Future of Medicine course LABMP 590 at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada.

Table of Contents:

00:00:00 Introduction by Kim Solez, invitation to the audience to attend the Future Day celebration on March 1, 2014, remote participation by Skype is possible,

00:03:59 Ross Lockwood begins,

00:05:44 Manhattan Project,

00:06:26 Viewed first atomic bomb test naked eye!,

00:07:00 Nobel Prize,

00:07:20 Challenger Disaster Enquiry , demonstrated fragility of O rings in ice water "For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over public relations, for nature cannot be fooled."

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October 21             Design Thinking in Medicine 3D Printing

Dr. Julielynn Wong

Video --> from March 6, 2014

Dr. Julielynn Wong presents "Tea, Earl Grey, Hot!" at Edmonton Nerd Nite at the Citadel Theatre on March 6th, 2014.

Table of Contents:

00:00:45 Patrick Stewart "Tea, Earl Grey, Hot", 3D Printing

00:01:45 What is 3D Printing,

00:04:20 Self Repairing 3D Printers,

00:05:50 Prosthetic Leg for Buttercup,

00:07:20 Affordable 3D Printers,

00:08:40 3D Printers in Space,

00:09:19 Star Trek Replicators,

00:10:11 Apollo 13 3D Printed Fix,

00:11:12 Parabolic Flight Testing of 3D Printers,

00:12:42 Surgery in Antarctica, 00:13:55 Limited Surgical Capabilities in Space

00:15:11 3D Printed Surgical Instruments,

00:16:12 Dental Care in Space, 3D Printing Supports Optimized Designs,

00:18:12 Challenger Learning Center

00:19:04 Hand Injuries Common in Space, Mallet Injuries, 3D Printed Customized Finger Splints, Presented in association with the Technology and Future of Medicine course at the University of Alberta LABMP 590 http://www.singularitycourse.com in Edmonton, Canada.

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October 23             Will Humanity's Successors Be Our Descendants?

David Pearce

Video --> from February 27, 2014

Dr. David Pearce discusses "Will Humanity's Successors Be Our Descendants?" and other fascinating ethical issues with University of Alberta students in the Technology and Future of Medicine course by Skype on February 27, 2013 at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada.

Table of Contents

00:00:28 Anson Dong asks about female leadership, all female governments, thoughts on Facebook groups, Hedonistic Imperative Facebook discussion group,

00:07:45 Ian Stefanuk Question about eliminating suffering in animals, would that cause them to run wild? Do animals have a self concept?

00:14:38 Catherine Sauve adaptive value of pain, Anson Dong

00:21:50 Society of post-humans, super-intelligence, nature of post-human consciousness, forms of consciousness that are inconceivable to us, how will we connect to each other as post-humans,

00:31:05 Korey Fung The consequences of having success in the Transhuman ideal, how would super-longevity idea work, what would impact on religion be? Immortality maybe not possible because universe is not immortal. Spirituality might increase even as religions decrease, complete removal of pain, war of attrition a test of who can fight through immense physical pain at end of race, will Olympics no longer exist, competitive sports are a legacy of the African savannah, sports profoundly uncivilized,

00:36:24 Erik Estigoy World population effects of super-longevity, reproductive freedom will be lost, will be possible to switch on and off the desire for children, hyper-motivated people in future, who would control power of genetic engineering, might nowt be rich and poor in future,

00:44:12 Anson Dong Concept of rich and poor, will those concepts exist in future?,

00:47:58 Yu Jia Chen Quote from Hedonistic Imperative,

00:51:00 Keith Phoa Most diseases will be eliminated, but low mood, sense of meaningless and futility will still be a problem unless we fix the hedonic set-point, veganism, 3D printed food, what are thoughts on animal models of human diseases in medical research,

00:56:10 Anson Dong Suffering in beings that cannot feel pain, medical research issues, risk of physical harm, species membership should not be relevant criteria,

58:15 Thanks! How to make sessions even better in future? Can contact David by Email.

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October 28             Will Humanity's Successors Be Our Descendants?

David Pearce

Video --> February 27, 2014

Dr. David Pearce discusses "Will Humanity's Successors Be Our Descendants?" and other fascinating ethical issues with University of Alberta students in the Technology and Future of Medicine course by Skype on February 27, 2013 at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada.

Table of Contents

00:00:28 Anson Dong asks about female leadership, all female governments, thoughts on Facebook groups, Hedonistic Imperative Facebook discussion group,

00:07:45 Ian Stefanuk Question about eliminating suffering in animals, would that cause them to run wild? Do animals have a self concept? 00:14:38 Catherine Sauve adaptive value of pain, Anson Dong

00:21:50 Society of post-humans, super-intelligence, nature of post-human consciousness, forms of consciousness that are inconceivable to us, how will we connect to each other as post-humans,
 

00:31:05 Korey Fung The consequences of having success in the Transhuman ideal, how would super-longevity idea work, what would impact on religion be? Immortality maybe not possible because universe is not immortal. Spirituality might increase even as religions decrease, complete removal of pain, war of attrition a test of who can fight through immense physical pain at end of race, will Olympics no longer exist, competitive sports are a legacy of the African savannah, sports profoundly uncivilized,

00:36:24 Erik Estigoy World population effects of super-longevity, reproductive freedom will be lost, will be possible to switch on and off the desire for children, hyper-motivated people in future, who would control power of genetic engineering, might nowt be rich and poor in future,

00:44:12 Anson Dong Concept of rich and poor, will those concepts exist in future?,

00:47:58 Yu Jia Chen Quote from Hedonistic Imperative,

00:51:00 Keith Phoa Most diseases will be eliminated, but low mood, sense of meaningless and futility will still be a problem unless we fix the hedonic set-point, veganism, 3D printed food, what are thoughts on animal models of human diseases in medical research,

00:56:10 Anson Dong Suffering in beings that cannot feel pain, medical research issues, risk of physical harm, species membership should not be relevant criteria,

58:15 Thanks! How to make sessions even better in future? Can contact David by Email.

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October 30             Real Life on Fake Mars: Analog Space Missions in Context

Ross Lockwood

Video --> from September 18, 2014

Ross Lockwood presents "Real Life on Fake Mars" at Edmonton Nerd Nite September 18, 2014 at the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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November 4           Entrepreneurship and Medicine; Engineering Tomorrow

Shawna Pandya

Video --> from November 4, 2014

Dr. Shawna Pandya presents "Engineering Tomorrow" on November 4, 2014 in the Technology and Future of Medicine course LABMP 590 http://www.singularitycourse.com at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada.

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November 6           Entrepreneurship Workshop

Shawna Pandya

Video --> from November 6, 2014

Shawna Pandya presents the "Engineering Tomorrow Workshop" on November 6, 2014 in the Technology and Future of Medicine course LABMP 590 http://www.singularitycourse.com at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada.

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November 13           Promise and Perils of Biotech

Robert Rennie

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November 18           Quantum Biology Part I

Jack Tuszynski

Video --> from November 18, 2014

Jack Tuszynski presents "Quantum Biology Part I" on November 18th, 2014, in the Technology and Future of Medicine course LABMP 590 http://www.singularitycourse.com at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. The discussion starts at 01:10:15.

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