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  • HayesMaisie
    by HayesMaisie 3 months ago
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    by F. S. Miller 1 year ago
    @Streondj

    Thanks for your post. Much research is certainly being done in the field of artificial intelligence.

    A persistent issue affecting advances in AI is determining just what AI is - or, what it should be. Is the goal a perfect emulation of human intelligence, or should a different approach be taken? What ethical concerns does that raise?
    Some have created separate frameworks for defining mechanical intelligence. Notice this mathematical definition of intelligence:

    Υ(π) := (Σ µ∈E ^(2 −K(µ))) V[πµ]

    Where µ is the reference machine, E is the space of all computable reward summable environmental measures with respect to the reference machine, K is the Kolmogorov complexity function (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kolmogorov_complexity), π is the agent - which takes the current history as input and chooses the next action as output, V[πµ] is the value function - the agent’s “ability to achieve”, and Υ(π) is a real value that is independent of the performance of other possible agents.

    Others recognize that the term intelligence itself (as it is commonly used) may need to be redefined. In the book, Self-Organizing Natural Intelligence: Issues of Knowing, Meaning, and Complexity, Dr. Myrna Estep attempted to do just that, deconstructing the linear concept of intelligence as a static number derived from a test and arguing that intelligence is relative, varying from organism to organism and person to person.

    Recent developments in AI - http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/technology/280481-the-government-explores-artificial-intelligence

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    Self-Organizing Natural Intelligence - http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9781402052750

    Universal Intelligence: A Definition of Machine Intelligence - http://arxiv.org/pdf/0712.3329v1.pdf
  • Streondj
    by Streondj 1 year ago
    AI is a burgeoning field. Currently deep learning is all hyped up.
    Though I think what will really get things rolling is better genetic programming (programs that evolve other programs), on a nice grid network (like BOINC), and can start pumping software faster than any humans. Soon (mid 2020's) will be able to buy as much computing power as a human brain for ~$1000, and it'll only get cheaper after that. With robot host bodies we wouldn't need artificial habitats on other planets, could also colonize deserts, and the deep ocean.
  • F. S. Miller
    by F. S. Miller 1 year ago
    nautil.us/issue/34/adaptation/super_intelligent-humans-are-coming-rp

    "The breeding of domesticated plants and animals has changed some populations by as much as 30 standard deviations. Broiler chickens, for example, have increased in size more than four times since 1957. A similar approach could be applied to human intelligence, leading to IQs greater than 1,000."
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    by F. S. Miller 1 year ago
    What ethical concerns do you have regarding human genome-editing?

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2015/12/01/historic-summit-on-gene-editing-and-designer-babies-convenes-in-washington/
  • F. S. Miller
    by F. S. Miller 1 year ago
    According to Michio Kaku, when the internet was created, scientists expressed hope that it would become 'a forum of high culture, high art, and high society'. What happened?
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    by F. S. Miller 1 year ago
    I was already somewhat familiar with coywolfs, but this article blew me away - http://www.economist.com/news/science-and-technology/21677188-it-rare-new-animal-species-emerge-front-scientists-eyes?frsc=dg%7Cd