Rajendra

I write columns on news related to bots, specially in the categories of Artificial Intelligence, bot startup, bot funding.I am also interested in recent developments in the fields of data science, machine learning and natural language processing ...

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I write columns on news related to bots, specially in the categories of Artificial Intelligence, bot startup, bot funding.I am also interested in recent developments in the fields of data science, machine learning and natural language processing

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Artificial intelligence: how scared should we be about machines taking over?

By Rajendra |Email | Aug 29, 2017 | 6081 Views

Prediction is very difficult, the great physicist Niels Bohr is supposed to have said, especially when its about the future. That hasn't stopped a wave of ­popular-science books from giving it go, and attempting, in particular, to sketch the coming takeover of the world by super intelligent machines.

This artificial-intelligence explosion whereby machines design ever-more-intelligent successors of themselves might not happen soon, but Max Tegmark, an American physicist and founder of the Future of Life Institute, thinks that questions about AI need to be addressed urgently, before its too late. If we can build a general artificial intelligence one that's good not just at playing chess but at everything  what safeguards do we need to have in place to ensure that we survive?

Source: Telegraph