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La version courte : Si les vitesses de calcul doublent tous les deux ans, qu’arrive-t-il quand des IA informatisées font la recherche ? La vitesse de calcul double tous les deux ans.
Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. La singularité technologique (ou simplement la Singularité ) est un concept , selon lequel, à partir d'un point hypothétique de son évolution technologique , la civilisation humaine connaîtra une croissance technologique d'un ordre supérieur.
What's the Latest Development? Professor of neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University, David Linden doesn't believe man will be fused with machine any time soon. At least not in the way that futurist Ray Kurzweil envisions the (near) future.
In February, 2011, a powerful IBM computer called Watson became the Jeopardy world champion. Immediately, the media went crazy with headlines about machines obliterating mankind. As a media professional, I am not at all surprised by this – the more powerful our machines become, the more our attitudes toward them become polarized between paranoia on the one hand and weak-kneed submission on the other. Playing upon those fears and desires is a guaranteed attention-getter – the stuff of multi-digit pageviews and retweets. What's the Big Idea? The concept of “the Singularity,” a moment in the not-too-distant future when we will manage to create superhuman intelligence, either in machine form or by augmenting our own brains with biotechnology, is particularly effective at inspiring this kind of technophobia or technophilic zealotry.