Zničí nás umělá inteligence? Celým technologickým světem nyní otřásá debata o rodící se umělé inteligenci, která nás jednoho dne v inteligenci převýší, nabude jakéhosi vědomí a začne si dělat, co sama uzná za vhodné.
Nelidská inteligence, kterou jsme neúspěšně hledali v kosmu nebo přehlíželi u zvířat, se stane naším dítětem a nikdo neví, jak se zachová. Vědec: Vzpoura strojů nehrozí, stane se úplně něco jiného. What will artificial intelligence mean for the world of work? What can scientists tell us about business?
I had an opportunity to consider this important question when, earlier this year, I led a debate with four professors from the University of California, Berkeley, who were experts in artificial intelligence, neuroscience and psychology. Which jobs can't be done by robots? Company Plans To Resurrect Humans With Artificial Intelligence By 2045. A company has announced its intention to resurrect the dead by storing their memories and using artificial intelligence to return them to life.
In the future, of course. Yeaaaaaah. Is the OpenWorm Project creating life from keystrokes? Caenorhabditis elegans in motion.
(Photo: Bob Goldstein/Wikimedia Commons) Caenorhabditis elegans (or just C. elegans) is a very small roundworm (you could fit 25 of them end to end within the span of one inch) that spends its short life crawling around in the dirt happily munching away at bacteria. This tiny nematode has attracted a great amount of interest in the scientific community because it has transparent skin, which allows for easier observation, and for the relative simplicity of its internal structure — yet the creature is still complex enough to have a nervous system. Nano memory cell can mimic the brain’s long-term memory.
RMIT University researchers have mimicked the way the human brain processes information with the development of an electronic long-term memory cell.
Researchers at the MicroNano Research Facility (MNRF) have built the one of the world's first electronic multi-state memory cell which mirrors the brain's ability to simultaneously process and store multiple strands of information. The development brings them closer to imitating key electronic aspects of the human brain -- a vital step towards creating a bionic brain -- which could help unlock successful treatments for common neurological conditions such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases. The discovery was recently published in the materials science journal Advanced Functional Materials. Project leader Dr Sharath Sriram, co-leader of the RMIT Functional Materials and Microsystems Research Group, said the ground-breaking development imitates the way the brain uses long-term memory.
A Worm's Mind In A Lego Body. Google's AI Can Dream, and Here's What it Looks Like. Software engineers at Google have been analyzing the 'dreams' of their computers.
And it turns out that androids do dream of electric sheep... and also pig-snails, camel-birds and dog-fish. This conclusion has been made after testing the ability of Google's servers to recognize and create images of commonplace objects – for example, bananas and measuring cups. The result of this experiment is some tessellating Escher-esque artwork with Dali-like quirks. Google's artificial neural network creates its own images from keywords. OpenWorm. A brief introduction to C. elegans.
Scientists and Engineers Warn Of The Dangers Of Artificial Intelligence. An open letter calling for caution to ensure intelligent machines do not run beyond our control has been signed by a large and growing number of people, including some of the leading figures in artificial intelligence.
Fears of our creations turning on us stretch back at least as far as Frankenstein, and films such as The Terminator gave us a whole new language to discuss what would happen when robots stopped taking orders. However, as computers beat (most of) us at Jeopardy and self-driving cars appear on our roads, we may be getting closer to the point where we will have to tackle these issues. In December, Stephen Hawking kicked off a renewed debate on the topic. As someone whose capacity to communicate depends on advanced computer technology, Hawking can hardly be dismissed as a Luddite, and his thoughts tend to attract attention. Anyone can sign, and at the time of this writing well over a thousand people have done so. Watson. Ohrožuje lidstvo umělá inteligence? - ceskapozice.lidovky.cz. AI will not kill us, says Microsoft Research chief. 28 January 2015Last updated at 09:54 ET Alex Garland's film Ex Machina is one of several movies to consider the threat posed by AI Microsoft Research's chief has said he thinks artificial intelligence systems could achieve consciousness, but has played down the threat to human life.
Eric Horvitz's position contrasts with that of several other leading thinkers. Last December, Prof Stephen Hawking told the BBC that such machines could "spell the end of the human race". Bill Gates podpořil Hawkinga. Varuje před umělou inteligencí - Aktuálně.cz. Bill Gates varuje, že umělá inteligence může lidstvu přerůst přes hlavu.
Nechápe, že tohle riziko někdo ignoruje. Středověk umělé inteligence skončil, seznamte se s neuronovými sítěmi, které umí psát básně. Odborník: Zničí roboti lidstvo? Nikdo zatím nevymyslel, jak mít inteligentní stroje pod kontrolou. AKTUALIZOVÁNO před 2 hodinami Profesor Jiří Wiedermann z Ústavu informatiky Akademie věd je věčným optimistou.
Nevěří ani scénáři, že vládu nad světem převezmou roboti.