- Ben meets one of the most humanlike robots in the world, Erica.
- Professor Danielle George MBE, an electronics engineer from Manchester University and a robot supporter, and Dr Ben Garrod, an evolutionary biologist from Anglia Ruskin University and robo-sceptic, uncover whether the rise of the robots will enhance the progress of humanity or ultimately threaten the survival of the human race.
- Ben is unashamedly unnerved by the tremendous rate that robots are evolving, whilst Danielle is welcoming them with open arms.
- To make sense of Ben’s fears and Danielle’s optimism, they set out to investigate the evolution of robots – treating them as if they are an emerging ‘species’.
- Ben meets one of the most humanlike robots in the world – the disarmingly charming Erica – who might be warm to the touch, but whose sense of humour falls decidedly flat.
Ben Garrod meets one of the most humanlike robots in the world, Erica.
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- The third one was in 1969 when the word information technology was introduced in the world, and the fourth one is the revolution of Artificial Intelligence which we are experiencing right now.
- Artificial Intelligence is the set of tools and programs that make any software smart enough that the observer would feel that he is dealing with a human, not with the software.
- Artificial Narrow Intelligence: The first stage of AI as the name suggests is functionally very narrow.
- Artificial General Intelligence: AGI may only be one step further from ANI but this step is the biggest achievement of humanity.
- Artificial Super Intelligence: ASI is the final stage of AI predicted by the scientist in which the machines with ASI can able to pass the average human intelligence.
This world has seen four major revolutions that changed its entire face. The first revolution was in 1784 when the first steam engine introduced in the world. The second one was in 1870when the electricity was invented. The third one was in 1969 when the word information technology was introduced in the world, and the fourth one is the revolution of Artificial Intelligence which we are experiencing right now. The present revolutionary era is based on the extreme automation and global connectivity for which Artificial Intelligence is imperative. Just like the other three revolutions, the changes and developments that this revolution is creating will be the bedrock of our future and our way of interacting with technology and with each other.
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- Success in creating AI, could be the biggest event in the history of our civilisation.”
- A woman holds up a Prince symbol during the Prince Official Tribute concert at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota
- Stephen Hawking warns over Brexit attitudes towards money
- Hawking explained that in the future, AI could develop a “will of its own” which could be in conflict with the desires of humanity.
- Actress Nicole Kidman attends the ‘Lion’ American Express Gala screening during the 60th BFI London Film Festival at Odeon Leicester Square
Stephen Hawking has warned Artificial Intelligence could be the greatest disaster in human history if it is not properly managed. The world famous physicist said AI could bring serious perils such as powerful autonomous weapons and novel ways for those in power to oppress and control the masses.
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- The Feds obviously see AI as a key technology for cybersecurity.
- In practice unbiased developers with the best intentions can inadvertently produce systems with biased results, because even the developers of an AI system may not understand it well enough to prevent unintended outcomes.
- The report noted that AI can help workers progress and ultimately transition to a big data era.
- Research that enables the emergence of an industry that uses AI approaches such as digital tutors could potentially help workers acquire in demand skills.
- The Obama administration released a report on the future of artificial intelligence and addressed everything from job loss, ethics, bias and positive outcomes for multiple industries.
We read the Obama Administration’s report on artificial intelligence in full. Here are the main themes to ponder.
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- While you wouldn’t want an armed Terminator in your home, you might like a robot that travels with you and offers personal protection, like a bodyguard.
- The four US Navy officers I spoke with recently agreed the future would be heavily dominated by robots – and that those robots could likely be made to protect people.
- The age of near-total robot security protection will likely be in less than a decade.
- The robot bodyguard is coming – and you’ll want one
- Even in San Francisco, you can rent out robot guards to protect your businesses and property.
I recently consulted with the US Navy on all things “transhuman.” In those conversations about how science and technology can help the human race evolve beyond its natural limits, it was clear that military is keen on replacing human soldiers with both fighting and peacekeeping machines so American military lives never have to come under fire or be in harm’s way.
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@RawStory: “Stephen Hawking’s warning about AI: ‘We’re not getting any less greedy or stupid'”
World-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking has a few thing to say about the future of humanity and the development of artificial intelligence — and he wasn’t feeling optimistic.
Stephen Hawking warns about artificial intelligence in the near future: ‘We’re not getting any less greedy or stupid’