INF.103, WK5, DS1 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

INF.103, WK5, DS1 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE - ARTIFICIAL...

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, SINGULARITY and GOOGLE Tarasha Hickson-Smith INF. 103 WEEK 5 DISCUSSION 1 The developments in computer technology today, and of those in the near future, are not quite the final chapter to declare singularity of artificial intelligence equally capable of replacing mankind’s intricate capability of the human brain. The human mind is so complex that there are still some that believe 100 percent duplication could not be possible. Therefore, I am one of many that agree with Penrose and Searle’s anti-singularity beliefs that singularity will never occur (Vinge, Vernor, 1993). I say let nature take its course on humanity, without the hassle of incorporating singularity. I think there would be just as many disagreements and wars over the regulation of singularity that there already are with humanity. But according to Issac Asimov’s rules of robotics artificial intelligence is here for our safety and assistance and is preset to abide by their own set of laws (Bowles, 2010). Are there really justified rules that would protect against
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2011 for the course INF 103 taught by Professor Schroeder during the Summer '11 term at Ashford University.

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