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  • The Movie ' The Terminator ' A Robotic Assassin

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    Some of the greatest minds of the 21st century, such as Stephen Hawking, think that the world should hold off on creating super intelligent AI until a means of controlling or shutting it down is in place. If the AI concludes that it no longer wants to share a planet with humans, humanity would have no defense. All AI is not

  • Annotated Bibliography Of Artificial Intelligence

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    Annotated Bibliography Subject: Growing AI Capabilities Parnas, David Lorge. "The Real Risks of Artificial Intelligence: Incidents from the Early Days of AI Research Are Instructive in the Current AI Environment." Communications of the ACM, vol. 60, no. 10, Oct. 2017, pp. 27-31. EBSCOhost, doi:10.1145/3132724. This article elaborated on the concept of artificial intelligence, which to the author is better described as, “Heuristic programming”, or programming that is unpredictable and dangerous

  • The Chinese Room Thought Experiment Analysis

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    John Searle's thought experiment in paper “Minds, brains and programs” from 1980 is one of the most recognisable and broadly accredited critiques of artificial intelligence (AI) - an idea that computers are (or some day will be) able to think. Researchers in AI field often make a claim that our mental activity can be compared to a computer following a program. In such a view human brains do nothing more but simply process information on a massive scale. The most important question that Searle wants

  • Artificial Intelligence In Traditions By La Maquina

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    human intelligence processed by machines, especially computer systems in which can ran as robots. AI systems are programmed of acquisition of information and rules for using the information to reach approximate or definite conclusions. There are various applications of AI expert systems, some include speech recognition and machine vision. In the story of Traditions, we are introduced with La Maquina, a AI robot who lives with a Mexican household family who serves as a maid essentially. "Y Mira, you're

  • Essay on Our Posthuman Future: The Philosophical Implications

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    the philosophy of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and it will delve deep into the question of the many philosophical implications of AI. In this paper, I will argue that a machine being able to think and the possibility of an emerging post human future due to the hypothetical invention of AI has philosophical implications for the future of humanity. The intersection of strong and weak AI with human consciousness is also explored through the examples of IBM’s AI systems such as Watson and Deep Blue. Overall

  • Future Of Life : Thanks With Artificial Intelligence

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    Future of Life: Thanks to Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence is soon to be a massively important and relevant part of our future. I have no doubt about it, and knowing this... I began my research simply wanting to know more about AI and it’s current and speculative uses and capabilities. I wanted to know how we planned to accommodate for the biggest change our species has ever experienced, I wanted to find out how legislature would adapt, how research would spring up, how production

  • A Critique Of The Chinese Room Argument

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    Semantics: A Critique of the Chinese Room The Roman Stoic, Seneca, is oft quoted that it is the power of the mind to be unconquerable (Seneca, 1969). And so seems that, in recent times, Searle has produced a similar rhetoric. (At least insofar as strong AI might ‘conquer’ and reducibly explain mental states). This essay will attempt to do two things: 1) Examine three central objections to Searle’s Chinese Room Argument (CRA); these being the Systems Reply (SR), Deviant Causal Chain (DCC), and what

  • Artificial Intelligence. Essay

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    a formal computer program. Although it is interesting to contemplate, Searle’s argument definitely has its share of flaws. The Churchlands, as proponents in the possibility of artificial intelligence to duplicate the mind, (yet not believers of strong AI as it was previously defined ) do their best to illustrate these weaknesses in his theory. The primary objection which they have with Searle’s argument against the plausibility of artificial intelligence lies with the third premise in his original

  • Essay on The Implications of Technology in the Movie Her

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    About nine years ago I discovered a book called The Age of Spiritual Machines by a man named Ray Kurzweil that demanded my immediate interest. I was captivated by his view of the future of technology - astoundingly positive and bright compared to most peoples’ negative or dystopian outlook when it comes to the dangers of a society increasingly reliant on machines and technology. I recently had the privilege of watching Spike Jonze’s 2013 movie her. While focusing on the personal aspect of a man

  • Introduction To Weakness Artificial Intelligence

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    Genevieve Sullivan Professor Quigley MIS 301 October 10, 2017 Over the past decade, Artificial intelligence has grown to become a prominent element in the technological world and continues to expand rapidly. Artificial intelligence, defined by, is the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages. Artificial intelligence