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For questions related to the philosophical aspects of artificial intelligence. Topics such as human/AI value alignment, artificial consciousness, the feasibility of AGI, the ethics of AI, Neo-Luddism, etc.

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I think we give ourselves too much credit by already referring to our algorithms and machines as actually thinking and acting on motivations. In my opinion we still have a bit to go before we can actu …
answered Apr 22 '21 by Darius Chira
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The short answer, i think, is that it cannot. The AI system will only do, and it will only be good at the task that the programmer made it for. Of course you could have an AI that, for example, can t …
answered Dec 10 '19 by Darius Chira