Human-Level AI Is Right Around the Corner—or Hundreds of Years Away

#Human level #ai is in sight

  • Robin Hanson
    Martine Rothblatt
    Ruchir Puri
    Ray Kurzweil
    Carver Mead
    Nick Bostrom
    Rodney Brooks
    Gary Marcus
    Jürgen Schmidhuber

    Robin Hanson
    Author of The Age of Em: Work, Love, and Life When Robots Rule the Earth
    When will we have computers as capable as the brain?

  • Ray Kurzweil
    Cofounder and chancellor, Singularity University
    When will we have computers as capable as the brain?
  • Carver Mead
    Professor emeritus, California Institute of Technology
    Do you have any qualms about a future in which computers have human-level (or greater) intelligence?
  • Since we won’t have intelligent computers like humans for well over 100 years, we cannot make any sensible projections about how they will change the world, as we don’t understand what the world will be like at all in 100 years.
  • Computers are already far more capable than brains in many respects (for example, arithmetic and memory), but I think it could still be 20 to 50 years before machines have the ability to read and comprehend and reason about novel situations as fluently as people can.

Ray Kurzweil, Rodney Brooks, and others weigh in on the future of artificial intelligence
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