The Future of A.I.?

Discussion in 'Intelligence & Machines' started by Monolith, Jul 13, 2002.

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  1. Monolith Registered Member

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    Here is something I found that is relevant to the topic:

    Aside from being a very beautiful site, check out the "Ramona" character - and download the plugin for audio and animation! As their site suggests:

    "KurzweilAI.Net focuses on the exponential growth of intelligence, both biological and machine, and the merger of the two in a post-humanist future."

    http://www.kurzweilai.net
     
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  3. BatM Member At Large Registered Senior Member

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    You might want to read Kurzweil's book "The Age of Spiritual Machines" to see when he predicts the "post-humanist future" to come about.

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    The AI breakthrough will come from the application of Stephen Wolfram's "new kind of science" idea....
     
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  7. Avatar smoking revolver Valued Senior Member

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    I like Ramona...not uber advanced, but I like.
    having a chat with her, right now.


    I tink 'm in love

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    Ye gods! Thank you so much for mentioning Isaac Asimov, Zion!

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    I was afraid I'd have to hurt someone if the Good Doctor's name didn't appear sooner or later.

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    I agree with you about Asimov's huge contribution to redefining A.I. as is. He brought out the best in robots, and planted such amazing ideas in our minds, especially at a time when the technology that he wrote about was just a fantasy. He's almost like a 1930's Nostradameus.

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    R.I.P. Isaac Asimov.

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