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Research in learning, reasoning, communication, preception and robotics Computational intelligence, also known as artificial intelligence, or AI, is the study of the design of intelligent agents. An agent is something that acts in an environment—such as a mobile robot, a web crawler, an … Continue reading
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Photo–Illustration by Phillip Toledano for TIME Related Singularity: How Scared Should We Be?Top 10 Man vs. Machine Moments Email Print Share Facebook Twitter Tumblr LinkedIn StumbleUpon Reddit Digg Mixx Del.i.cious Google+ Reprints Follow @TIME On Feb. 15, 1965, a diffident … Continue reading
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The above three principles are a good example of the difficulty in programming an artificial brain. The human brain is evolved through millions of years of survival and social behavior. We are still undergoing this process. Imitating the brain’s workings … Continue reading
726 SHARES Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Conspiracy theories apart, Sophie seems to be an extremely creepy robot when it said it will ‘destroy humans’ “Sophia,” an advanced, lifelike robot told its creator that it will “destroy humans” at the South by Southwest (SXSW) … Continue reading
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Famed science-fiction writer Fredric Brown (1906–1972) delighted in creating the shortest of short stories. “Answer,” published in 1954, encapsulated a prescient meditation on the future of human-machine relations within a single double-spaced, typewritten page. The foreboding of the story echoes … Continue reading
There’s a big polemic going on around this question right now. Some people want to ban robots and intelligent weapons from the battlefield. I think that would be a huge mistake, precisely for the reason you mentioned. Robot soldiers have … Continue reading