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Geek stuff, sci-fi... Technologists and investors gather at the two-day Singularity Summit in San Francisco to discuss the benefits and risks of advancing artificial intelligence--and what to do in the event that machines one day out-think humans.
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Pah!!!! leeeeeeeeez
by antwarrior on Mon 10th Sep 2007 00:45 UTC
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robo-ethics!!! the average john doe on the street cant even tell the different between right and wrong. We can't expect to computationally represent morality when we don't even have a universal understanding of what it is. A fully working robot society fully capable of collaboration and collectively solving problems which arise, which might happen to include constraining the actions of humans in some capacity to achieve their own individual and collective goals is soooooooooooo not going to happen. just as Robin Williams,playing the Genie, in Aladdin said, "Wake up and smell the humus!!!"

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