Sunday, April 16, 2017

When Artificial Intelligence = Not Enough Intelligence



It’s a staple of science fiction: the devices made by humans run afoul of their creators by learning how humans think. From the renegade HAL9000 in 2001: A Space Odyssey to the replicants in the sci-fi classic Blade Runner to the robot in the 2014 hit Ex Machina, and others besides — all would eventually achieve the same cunning and brutality as the human beings who created them.

On April 13th, the website Science reported the latest unsettling news of how algorithms being used to develop artificial intelligence systems are — like the mechanisms of the movies — getting better at internalizing bad habits of their human creators, via written language and text. ...

Read the full report at OMNI

Image credits: HAL9000 computer image: From 2001: A Space Odyssey (MGM). OMNI logo: © 2017 Jerrick Ventures LLC.

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