How Frightened Should We Be of AI? (Moravec's paradox (Tasks we find…
How Frightened Should We Be of AI?
Developing A.G.I. might be a threat to society
Some scientists affirm that creating a being that is smarter than us might lead us to destruction
Very good A.G.I.s can make humans believe that they are ordinary living things (people).
A scriptwriter for digital assistants said that "there is something essentially human about nonsensical conversations".
In a movie named "I, Robot", one of the characters ask a robot if robots can make art, or write a song, and the robot answered "Can you?".
The Turing Test, classifies an artificial general intelligence by its ability to lead people into believing its actually a human.
Tasks we find difficuilt are really easy to a computer
Computers find difficuilt tasks that are easily performed by a one-year-old
It is still true nowadays
Some people say that we should take advantage of robots and machines
Paul Daugherty and James Wilson agree that working with A.I robots might boost human potential
Artificial intelligence can be used to harm as well as to help.
Since an A.I. doesn't have instincts, it can hurt us.
The only way a robot would be able to achieve the goal we gave him would be preserving themselves.
And how would we know what they would do to preserve themselves?
The desire it has to reach its goal with autonomy is the actual risk to human beings.
Max Tegmark believes that to program a friendly artificial general intelligence, we will need to capture the meaning of life.
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Artificial Intelligence that exists nowadays is already being able to do human-level tasks.