Prashanth Ramakrishna in the New York Times: Prashanth Ramakrishna: Artificial general intelligence, A.G.I., is a system capable, like us humans, of performing open-ended tasks independent of specific problems or contexts — conversation, common-sense reasoning, experiential learning and so on. The popular science fiction example is HAL 9000 from the film “2001: A Space Odyssey.” Is A.G.I. … Continue reading ‘There’s Just No Doubt That It Will Change the World’: David Chalmers on V.R. and A.I.
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