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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 actually refer to a human creation as thinking or being able to have motivations more then basic physical ones. By that I would say that a Machines' or AI ...


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Motivating a robot to go right on one axis with one of its feet, is the simplest one I can think of for a legged robot. I'm on the hunt for a more sophisticated system now, something that would develop, myself, but if I end up understanding something about it, I bet it wont be true intelligence (It would make it more sentient but it would be fake as hell.) ...


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Perhaps this strikes at the heart of the provincial way humans interpret their world. Is suffering pain the optimal way of fending off entropy? If asked, would a dog marvel at how we get through our days without smelling everything? I think the true value of this alien lifeform we are creating called AI (perhaps more accurately MI, machine intelligence, ...


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This is a subject Dr. Joanna Bryson has been writing about from a couple of decades. The website has a list of published papers and drafts, and one that immediately leaps to mind is "How Do We Hold AI Itself Accountable? We Can’t." A core argument of Bryson is that we can't offload responsibility to AI because we can't meaningfully punish AI—...


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