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- The Centre for the Future of Intelligence (CFI) has one aim: “to work together to ensure that we humans make the best of the opportunities of artificial intelligence as it develops over coming decades.”
- A new center has been launched in Cambridge, England that will look to continue the study of AI more closely along with the implications that come with these marvelous machines.
- The massive benefits that AI will bring and undeniable, and as long as humans remain responsible at the same time, there is no reason why AI can not be integrated into every aspect of our lives.
- As part of his speech at the opening, Professor Hawking goes on to describe how he feels computers are simply emulating human intelligence and what the human mind can do a computer can do, only better.
Everywhere you look, now there is some form of artificial intelligence appearing. Whether it’s to make a process more efficient or whether it’s to keep humans
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- It follows that computers can, in theory, emulate human intelligence – and exceed it.”
- Hawking said: “Success in creating AI could be the biggest event in the history of our civilisation.
- Artificial intelligence (AI) has the power to eradicate poverty and disease or hasten the end of human civilisation as we know it, celebrated scientist Stephen Hawking told an audience in Cambridge on Wednesday evening.
- Hawking said: “Intelligence is central to what it means to be human.
- Everything that our civilisation has achieved is a product of human intelligence, from learning to master fire, to learning to grow food, to understanding the cosmos.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has the power to eradicate poverty and disease or hasten the end of human civilisation, celebrated scientist Stephen Hawking told an audience in Cambridge on Wednesday evening.
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