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Book: The Measure of All Minds

THE MEASURE OF ALL MINDS Evaluating Natural and Artificial Intelligence José Hernández-Orallo Cambridge
Eray Ozkural
Jul 28
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Re: Ai programming

Hi, I think that like the importance of being first to build a project. Not perfect for example. People need build deep things first. I do agree that there are
Justin William Zijlstra
Feb 16
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Re: Ai programming

I think you are assuming too naively. It is quite possible that even we do not want them to have feelings and sense of domination etc. They may have that kind
Tarik ÖZKANLI
Feb 16
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Re: Ai programming

Justin, my main concern is that we might start programming robotic AIs with some kind of "internal limitations" that will keep them under our controls. But
Sergio Navega
Feb 16
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Re: Ai programming

Sybil, it's a good question you propose. After all, if we manage to build an AI cognitively similar to human thought, why not think that one day we will be
Sergio Navega
Feb 16
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Re: Ai programming

Hi all, If AI dominate in intelligence; and doubts are present. Why not program them super deeply. What will emerge if certainty holds (I.e. the AI deeply
Justin William Zijlstra
Feb 16
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Re: Ai programming

On Tue, Feb 14, 2017 at 3:57 AM, 'Sergio Navega' snavega@... ... ​I completely agree. I think fears of AI domination is psychological projection. ​ I
Sybil de Clark
Feb 15
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Re: Ai programming

... Great question. Unfortunately, to adequately explain that would require a book-sized answer. Let's start by agreeing that emotions are fundamental to
Sergio Navega
Feb 14
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Re: Ai programming

In my view of things, AIs will not be able to succesfully replicate human emotions. ​Perhaps not, but why not?​ *From:*
Sybil de Clark
Feb 13
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Re: Ai programming

... Agreed. I would say even more: AIs can be potentially much more creative than humans. However, that doesn't make them "human-like thinkers", because
Sergio Navega
Feb 13
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Re: Looks like a nice paper on the inadequacy of RL to model human-l

2017-02-05 3:12 GMT+03:00 Eray Ozkural erayo@... ... Sure) I'm going to work here in the distant future, after I finish with my purely
Victor Smirnov
Feb 11
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Re: Ai programming

AI can be as creative as humans, we just didn't demonstrate those in all domains yet. On Thu, Feb 9, 2017 at 10:01 PM, Justin William Zijlstra
Eray Ozkural
Feb 9
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Re: Ai programming

Hi, In my view. Human intelligence is fruitfull. AI intelligence is benign; i guess. Regards, 2017-02-09 12:35 GMT+01:00 'Sergio Navega' snavega@...
Justin William Zijlstra
Feb 9
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Re: Ai programming

Hi guys, perhaps what I'm about to say is a little bit off-topic, but here it goes anyway. In my view of things, there's a huge chasm between intelligent
Sergio Navega
Feb 9
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Re: Ai programming

On Thu, Jul 7, 2016 at 1:58 PM, Justin William Zijlstra justin.zijlstra@... [ai-philosophy] ... I think current chatbots
Eray Ozkural
Feb 9
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