But the threat of governments misusing drone technology pales in comparison to the threat of criminals or terrorists using drones. Singularity University's own Marc Goodman has written extensively about drone technology ...
Even though most see the development of artificial intelligence as a future full of robots to do our every whim, it is very likely that it will be discovered through militiary actions, much like most of the technological marvels invented over the past century. Plato infamously wrote that democracy ultimately ends with government becoming tyrannious and turning against their people, and it has been shown through history time and time again, in germany, spain, italy, japan even, so one must ask themself how long until history repeats? our leading nation in science and technology (yes, america) may very well use forms of artificial intelligence in militiary scenarios and bring more death to the world with only mechanical parts being risked; no human lives on their end.
Does the influx of robotics lead to more or fewer jobs? 60 Minutes says fewer jobs. In contrast, Henrik Christensen says more jobs. The difference is education. There are fewer lower-education jobs, but more higher-education ...
Google hired Ray Kurzweil to lead an effort to develop breakthrough artificial intelligence. Google has been working with Dwave ... Labels: artificial intelligence, future, google, machine learning, science.
Over at Aeon magazine, Ross Anderson has a fascinating story about a group of futurists who are trying to prepare humanity for the intelligence explosion. This is the moment when artificial intelligence surpasses humanity in ...
Many science fiction cultures interpret artificial intelligence as a generally bad thing, is this because of our fear of the unknown? that we could possibly build something more sophisticated than our brain (fun fact: the brain is the only thing to have named itself,profound, i know...) or is this general fear of artificial intelligence root from the fact of how unnatural a concept it is to us. Recently nasa has been concerned of coming asteroids, as far enough as to plan for some sort of planetery defense mechanism, so comparing artificial intelligence to the impact of an asteroid with the earth shows not only how seriously some are concerned about developments in the technology, but for many it may cause them to feel less threatened by the AI, because of how tangible an asteroid is. If we can see it; it poses a larger threat.
Researchers at Brown University have made the first wireless, implantable, rechargeable brain-computer interface. Humans might be next in line for testing of the device, after 13 months of successful trials in monkeys and pigs.
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