AGI will hopefully do both the deductive and reductionist science that elucidates the “key in lock” models that we love, but also create multifactorial and conditional models
In this lively interview I conducted with Michael Rose, professor of evolutionary biology at the University of California, Irvine, we delve into some pretty heady topics
Peter Voss, pioneer in artificial intelligence believes the time is coming when artificial intelligence can improve itself and that this will be a good thing for human survival
Peter Voss explains what adaptive, artificial GENERAL intelligence is. He explains the kinds of cognitive feelings these machines need. Finally, he and Dr. Park explore whether machine intelligence can and should be programmed to value and defend itself.
What is good? What is evil? It all depends on your perspective, I suppose. A good day for the lion is surely and evil one for the lamb.