AiBrain Info Session

AiBrain Info Session<br>Speaker: Richard Shinn, PhD., Founder &amp; CEO<br>Date : January 30, 2018<br>Time: 5:00pm - 6:00pm<br>Location: Gates Building, room 104<br>Dinner will be served!&nbsp;<br><br>Stanford students and invited guests only<br><br>Please RSVP via<a href="">&nbsp;https://app.joinhands... lang="EN-US">Human Intelligence can be analyzed in multiple aspects of intelligence such as cognitive, social and emotional. Cognitive intelligence can again be decomposed in the three essential aspects such as problem solving, learning, and memory.Human intelligence is far superior to AI in terms of overall reasoning power,whereas AI is million times faster in computing. An ingenious way of combining these two, human intelligence and AI can deliver a far superior intelligence.</span></p><p><span lang="EN-US">IfAI is applied to game, music, and robotics together with human intelligence,the combined result will be far more advantageous than that of human reasoning only.Applying its core AI technology to the domains of music, game, and robotics, AIBrain will build an AI Cultural Center in Berlin, Germany to suggest a revolutionary AI culture&nbsp;</span></p><br>Bio:<br><p><b><span lang="EN-US">Richard H. Shinn</span></b><span lang="EN-US"> isthe Founder &amp; CEO of AIBrain and CrossCert.</span></p><p><span lang="EN-US">With the aim of building true AI, Richard founded AIBrain initially in Seoul in 1997, but expanded it to Palo Alto in 2012 and then to Shenzhen,China and Berlin, Germany in 2017. </span><span lang="EN-US">In addition, he founded </span><b><span lang="EN-US">CrossCert </span></b><span lang="EN-US">as the first certification authority in Korea in 1999, and has grown to a publicly listed company at KOSDAQ with the market cap over US$200million. He is also the founder of Korea’s first direct insurance company in 2000, which is now AXA Direct Korea.</span><span lang="EN-US"> </span><span lang="EN-US">Richard obtained a Ph.D. in AI from Georgia Tech, a MS degree in Computer Science from Pennsylvania State University and a BS degree in Applied Mathematics from Seoul National University.</span></p>

Tuesday, January 30, 2018 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm