What To Think About Machines That Think

Author: Mr. John Brockman
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062425668
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In that spirit, John Brockman, publisher of Edge. org (“the world’s smartest website” – The Guardian), asked the world’s most influential scientists, philosophers, and artists one of today’s most consequential questions: What do ...

Artificial Intelligence And The Future Of Defense

Author: Stephan De Spiegeleire
Publisher: The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies
ISBN: 9492102544
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For a wonderfully witty tongue-in-cheek comment by Google's Director of
Engineering, Open Source and Making Science on humans' narcissistic self-
perception, see Chris DiBona, “The Limits of Biological Intelligence,” in What to
Think about Machines That Think: Today's Leading Thinkers on the Age of
Machine Intelligence, ed. John Brockman (HarperCollins, 2015).. 22 Douglas
Harper, “Online Etymology Dictionary: Arm,” accessed September 20, 2016, www
.etymonline.com/ ...

Thinking Machines

Author: Luke Dormehl
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1524704415
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The Quest for Artificial Intelligence--and Where It's Taking Us Next Luke Dormehl.
As the Industrial Revolution concludes ... The new revolution threatens us, the
thinkers, with technological unemployment, for it will replace brains with
machines limited by the law that entropy never decreases. These machines,
whose evolution ... The Industrial Age leaders of industry assumed it was their
intelligence that would protect them from technological replacement. Manual
work reduced men to ...

The Sentient Machine

Author: Amir Husain
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1501144677
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The Coming Age of Artificial Intelligence Amir Husain ... The Turing Test and
other such “mimicry” metrics for machine learning may be less relevant in today's
practical applications of artificial intelligence. ... We may think we understand “
cognitive diversity” in a human realm, and yet different human thinkers all have
an amygdala, which stimulates fear; a prefrontal cortex, responsible for
simulating future happenings; and a visual cortex that transforms the data from
our eyes into images ...

Blink

Author: Malcolm Gladwell
Publisher:
ISBN: 9786054584499
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Alan Turing Life And Legacy Of A Great Thinker

Author: Christof Teuscher
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3662056429
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When I wrote my first book, The Age of Intelligent Machines, in the 1980s, I ended
the book with the specter of the emergence of machine intelligence greater than
human intelligence, but found it difficult to look beyond this event horizon. ... our
own intelligence through intimate connection with other thinking mediums does
not necessarily alleviate the concern, as some people have expressed the wish
to remain “unenhanced” while at the same time keeping their place at the top of
the ...

Robot

Author: Hans Moravec
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 9780195136302
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Moravec predicts a near-future in which robots will not only attain human levels of intelligence, they will also first displace human workers and then completely supplant humanity.

Here Be Dragons

Author: Olle Häggström
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0191035408
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In recent years several of the leading thinkers in this area, including Yudkowsky (
2013a) and Bostrom (2014) have chosen to switch back to Good's intelligence
explosion terminology, because, in Bostrom's words, ... Beginning with (a), our
very existence shows that there exist arrangements of matter that achieve
humanlevel intelligence (and I have already noted that there is no reason to think
that the human brain is a universally optimal or nearoptimal arrangement of
matter for ...