Ryan Graves: UFOs, Fighter Jets, and Aliens | Lex Fridman Podcast #308

Lt. Ryan Graves is a former Navy fighter pilot, who has worked on advanced research and development programs for DARPA, Office of Naval Research, and Air Force Research Labs on topics of multi-agent collaborative autonomy, AI-assisted air-to-air combat, and manned-unmanned teaming technologies.

Ryan and people in his squadron detected and engaged with UFOs on multiple occasions, and he has been one of the few people willing to speak publicly about these experiences.

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0:00 – Introduction
1:18 – Top Gun analysis
14:23 – Fighter jets
1:01:50 – UFO sightings
1:28:18 – Congressional hearing
1:36:19 – Tic Tac UFO & Gimbal UFO
1:50:45 – Alien life
2:04:07 – Autonomous weapon systems
2:21:15 – Advice for young people
2:29:30 – Meaning of life

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Seems appropriate. Thank you Lord Sugar…

People suggest that the moon is hollow and that it might be a giant spaceship… Who knows

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Artificial intelligence (AI)

Also known as machine intelligence, it is problem solving, recognition, and other intelligent-like behavior exhibited by an inanimate device.  Computers, and especially programming languages such Lisp, led to an explosion of interest in AI.  Examples of the sorts of problems tackled by AI include computer vision, natural language processing and speech recognition.  However, the most publicised advances in AI have been made in the field of games playing, the best known example being the supercomputer Deep Blue that defeated the world champion Gary Kasparov in 1997.  There are two types of AI: strong and weak.  Strong AI, a term credited to the philosopher John Searle, aims at producing computer programs that can truly reason and solve problems, and thus it is intended to be sentient or self-aware.  It is distinguished in terms of human-like and non-human-like AI.  Weak AI does not claim true reasoning or problem solving, but only that programs can act as if they were intelligent.  Perhaps the founding father of AI was Alan M. Turing(1912-1954) and its beginnings in the Turing test.  The term AI was coined in 1955 by the MIT computer scientist John McCarthy, the person who devised the computer program Lisp (1958).  It was his paper, presented at the Dartmouth College symposium in that year, which really launched AI as an interdisciplinary field of academic study.

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