Artificial Superintelligence: A Futuristic Approach
A day does not go by without a news article reporting some amazing breakthrough in artificial intelligence (AI). Many philosophers, futurists, and AI researchers have conjectured that human-level AI will be developed in the next 20 to 200 years. If these predictions are correct, it raises new and sinister issues related to our future in the age of
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I have yet to read this book...the title however raises a question. Can there be 'normal' superintelligence? can there be 'biological superintelligence? if not why introduce the term Artificial Superintelligence. Seems to me the moment one posits Superintelligence, one is already in the domain of the 'artificial'. In any case, I am curious why there's this preponderance of the term 'artificial' rather than 'machine'.
We seem to be gravitating to 'machine learning' not 'artificial learning' ...
will return to this later after I have a chance to explore the book ...
1/22/19-OK .. so I started reading the book. Fascinating ... lots of topics and in depth information. Excellent and detailed references. So I will rate this as a 5 star book. However, this doesn't mean I agree with every point. Am looking carefully at various aspects.
Among the great challenges of this and related books is terminology that facilitates comprehension and concept expansion.
I am concerned about the AI Safety issue as moving to the 'alarmist' stance over the 'due diligence' stance. -
In any case ... include this in your 'must read' list -- lots of worthwhile topics to explore and amplify
to be continued
If you liked Bostrom’s Superintelligence book, Artificial Superintelligence: a Futuristic Approach will make a great addition to your library.
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