Why the A.I. euphoria is doomed to fail | VentureBeat

“The question of whether a computer can think is no more interesting than the question of whether a submarine can swim.” – Edsger W. Dijkstra, computer scientist.

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Elon Musk thinks we should become AI-human symbiotes

While he’s become known in recent years for being outspoken on the dangers of AI and, to some, painting science fiction-level scenarios that may not be viable for some time, speaking with Y Combinator president Sam Altman he offers a different scenario regarding the Singularity.

“If we can effectively merge with AI by improving the neural link … then effectively you become an AI-human symbiote”

“I think if we can effectively merge with AI by improving the neural link between your cortex and your digital extension of yourself … then effectively you become an AI-human symbiote,” said Musk. “And if that then is widespread, and anyone who wants it can have it, then we solve the control problem as well. We don’t have to worry about some evil dictator AI because we are the AI collectively. That seems like the best outcome I can think of.”

How Tech Giants Are Devising Real Ethics for Artificial Intelligence

Four people involved in the creation of an industry partnership say its intent will be clear: to ensure that A.I. research is focused on things that will benefit people, not hurt them.

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