INF. 103, WK5, DS1, RESPONSES

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RE: Tarasha Hickson-Smith, Artificial Intelligence, Singularity, Google   Jennifer Malvo  
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Jennifer, I thank you for engaging in this discussion with me. I believe people or machine will do right or wrong according to their programming. As suggested in Freud’s instinct theory on life and death instincts. He suggests that the experiences we encounter determine the outcome of our destiny (Freud, 1922). In contrast if a machine cannot think in this capacity will there be less effort to advance beyond the means set before it. We as humans will either progress or digress naturally. Therefore, to think that a machine that has been programmed and made by man can advance beyond man defies the laws of nature. Works Cited Freud, S. (1922). Beyond the Pleasure Principle. New York: INTL. PSYCHO-ANALYTICAL. DB 1 Week 5   Secheal Simpson  
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AI, Singularity and Google   AI, Singularity, and Google Artificial Intelligence is something to be considered lightly, as scientist and developers are pushing the edge of how computers respond to our commands, it is not surprising that they will be able to learn from us in the far future; this can be a positive idea but yet a deadly idea. Like any species we have an interactive and learning role with each other and yet we also have a destructive role within our species. With centuries of warfare between different cultures for various reasons, AI can learn from our bad habits. In Isaac Asimov’s science fiction book I, Robot; he implemented the “Three Laws of Robots,” in which AI in robots are: 1. A robot may
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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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