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Would You Do as a Robot Commands? An Obedience Study for Human-Robot Interaction | HCI Lab | University of Manitoba

Would You Do as a Robot Commands? An Obedience Study for Human-Robot Interaction | HCI Lab | University of Manitoba | Artificial Intelligence: humans Vs computers | Scoop.it
Welcome to the U of M HCI Lab located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Contact us at (204) 474-8995 or hcilab@cs.umanitoba.ca

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the HCI Lab of the University of Manitoba created a test to see if humans would obey a robot over a human. the experiment involved a long and boring task and was set by ether a human or a robot, when the human gave the task the less people refused the task when the human asked over the robot.  This experiment is useful to my topic as it shows robots and humans both showing a leadership role and seeing which one got better results .

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Rhiannon Douglas's curator insight, March 27, 2014 10:42 PM

This publication outlines a study undertaken by the HCI Lab of the University of Manitoba. Participants were asked to undertake a task overseen by either a robot, or a human. They were told that they could quit at any time, but encouraged by their overseer to continue. It was found that 47% of participants were willing to continue beyond the time they wished to quit when told to continue by a robot. This study is useful to the topic of 'The Future of Artificial Intelligence' as it gives an insight into the possibility of intelligent robots taking over, not only low level jobs, but supervisory jobs as well. Because the study was undertaken by a University, this information is highly useful and would be a relevant citation within the essay.

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Interactive Artificial Intelligence - YouTube

Learn how researchers design and build autonomous agents that must live and interact with large numbers of other intelligent agents, some of whom may be huma...
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this speech presented by Charles Isbell talks about AI and how it has been integrated into robots and on what AI is. the idea describes what it means to be an artificially intelligent things that can think and adapt and interact with other intelligence.  it also talks about humans and AI will interact with each other.  This is relevant to my topic for it describes the social interaction between humans and AI

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Processors That Work Like Brains Will Accelerate Artificial Intelligence | MIT Technology Review

Processors That Work Like Brains Will Accelerate Artificial Intelligence | MIT Technology Review | Artificial Intelligence: humans Vs computers | Scoop.it
Microchips modeled on the brain may excel at tasks that baffle today’s computers.
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tom Simonite has written this article to show that future AI development will help how fast computers can process information. the idea of having the CPU faster then ever before through the processing power of AI will dramatically help the way computers run. this source is a valid article and is important to my topic as it describes how AI will help our lives in the future.

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Will super-human AI be subject to evolution?

Will super-human AI be subject to evolution? | Artificial Intelligence: humans Vs computers | Scoop.it

There has been much speculation about the future of humanity in the face of super-humanly intelligent machines. Most of the dystopian scenarios seem to be driven by plain fear that entities arise that could be smarter and stronger than us.


After all, how are we supposed to know which goals the machines will be driven by? Is it possible to have “friendly” AI? If we attempt to turn them off, will they care? Would they care about their own survival in the first place? There is no a priori reason to assume that intelligence necessarily implies any goals, such as survival and reproduction.


But, in spite of being rather an optimist otherwise, some seemingly convincing thoughts led me to the conclusion that there is a reason and that we can reasonably expect those machines to be a potential threat to us. The reason is, as I will argue, that the evolutionary process that has created us and the living world will continue to be valid for future intelligent machines. Just as this process has installed the urge for survival and reproduction in us, it will do so in the machines as well.


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Arthur Franz has discussed the argument that will AI mechanics be able to evolve by there own means. the main idea in this article is that computer start to evolve by the own means and get smarter and smarter over time. this is important to my topic as it describes the fact that computers could become smarter and better than humans


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Louie Helm's curator insight, September 9, 2013 12:14 PM

How come the average newcomer publishing in my field apparently feels compelled to read 0 literature before trying to contribute their ideas?


The author of "Will super-human artificial intelligence be subject to evolution?" is:


  • Not aware of Omohundro's 2008 "Basic AI Drives"
  • Not aware of Salamon et al's 2010 "Reducing Long-Term Catastrophic Risks from Artificial Intelligence"

  • Not even aware of Kirkpatrick's 1983 "Optimization by Simulated Annealing"
And therefore:
  • Spends most of his paper re-developing Omohundro's resource drive argument (poorly)
  • Confuses Friendly AI with Asimov-style, hard-coded goals
  • Is unaware that as of 1983, his statement that "science does not have a general algorithm that is guaranteed to find the peak of the highest mountain" is no longer true
Dear newcomers: Up your game! There's a protocol for not publishing trivially wrong things. It's called READING THE LITERATURE IN THE NEW FIELD YOU'RE PUBLISHING IN.
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Computer can't take your job? Just wait - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Computer can't take your job? Just wait - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette | Artificial Intelligence: humans Vs computers | Scoop.it
Computer can't take your job? Just wait Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Artificial intelligence has arrived in the American workplace, spawning tools that replicate human judgments that were too complicated and subtle to distill into instructions for a...
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Aki ito has written this article to reflect on how artificial intelligence has the capability of taken over the jobs of people in the work force.  the idea that the creation of machines being able to learn for them selves is the main topic in this article. this is needed for my topic as it contains information on how AI can out do humans when they can think for themselves. 

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Will An Artificial Intelligence Ever Deliver A TED Talk? - io9

Will An Artificial Intelligence Ever Deliver A TED Talk? - io9 | Artificial Intelligence: humans Vs computers | Scoop.it

this Will An Artificial Intelligence Ever Deliver A TED Talk?
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Move over Turing Test, it's time to make room for the A.I. XPRIZE.

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GEORGE DVORSKY has written this article to put the idea out that a robot may present a TED talk from a random topic. TED has pointed out that the robot will need to be able to answer questions about the topic that will be provided to it. This article is important to my topic for  it shows that this innovation to create a mechanic robot to do something only humans should be able to do. 

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Rhiannon Douglas's curator insight, March 27, 2014 8:25 AM

This article from George Dvorksy from io9.com speaks of a competition seeking teams who can create an AI intelligent enough to give a TED Talk that would receive a standing ovation. As io9 is simply a website which gives small articles about a range of topics, this source is not recommended as a main citation. However, it does delve into an interesting future for AI technology, and so could be useful as an example of where artificially intelligent technology may lead. Because of this, it is useful for the approaching essay.

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Big Picture Science – You Think; You’re So Smart?: Luke Muehlhauser

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Luke Muehlhauser asks the question, what does it mean to be intelligent and how is it relevant to humans and computers.  This is a source that talks about how intelligent effects society and the meaning be hind the word intelligent. It is relevant to my topic  as it describes what AI is. 

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Exclusive: Google to Buy Artificial Intelligence Startup DeepMind for $400M

Exclusive: Google to Buy Artificial Intelligence Startup DeepMind for $400M | Artificial Intelligence: humans Vs computers | Scoop.it
The deal appears to be a talent acquisition.
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this site written by Liz Gannes talks about how Google has recently bought deepmind an artificial intelligence company. This may help bring a new age of artificially intelligent technology to the market increasing the power of AI. this is relevant to my topic as it describes what lie in the future of AI.  

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Ex-NASA Artificial Intelligence Expert Discusses Self Driving Cars - YouTube

Dr Maarten Sierhuis, former NASA artificial intelligence (AI) expert, discusses autonomous vehicles, urban architecture and the future of car design. Full st...
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this scientist talks about how a car could be completely controlled by an artificial intelligence. it shows the idea of robots doing everything for us in this case humans will be driven around by these cars. this idea is interesting and a valid source for my topic as it displays how AI will improve the world of tomorrow.   

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When Is Artificial Intelligence No Longer Artificial?

Spike Jonze's upcoming movie "Her" deals with a man (Joaquin Phoenix) who falls in love with his intelligent, self-aware computer operating system (Scarlett ...
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This Youtube clip presented by Jonathan Strickland discusses what artificial intelligence is. It discusses the query is there already a simplistic version of artificial intelligence already that has natural formed. this clip is important to my topic as it gives me an incite to what artifice intelligence means.

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Zuckerberg, Musk and Kutcher Invest In Artificial Intelligence Firm - TIME

Zuckerberg, Musk and Kutcher Invest In Artificial Intelligence Firm - TIME | Artificial Intelligence: humans Vs computers | Scoop.it

Design & Trend Zuckerberg, Musk and Kutcher Invest In Artificial Intelligence Firm TIME Billionaire tech entrepreneurs Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg, along with actor Ashton Kutcher, have joined forces to make a $40 million investment in the...

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time magazine has lunched this article about the future plans of a human brain being made. Zuckerberg, Musk and kutcher invest 40 million dollars into the idea. the article states that this technology is decades from our time but is a definite possibility. This article is key for my topic as it shows how the world is trying to build something that thinks like a human that could bring about a better age for man. 

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