benbyford
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Is true random number generation an AI concept?
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Such a great question. I would concur with Dennis Soemers comment that humans are not great at thinking of random numbers (just think about any card trick). However, we are very good at creating ...

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Can a brain be intelligent without a body?
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Can a brain be intelligent without a body? If you define "intelligence" as "doing the right thing at the right time", then the statement itself implies some sort of embodied context, whether humanoid,...

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What are the connections between ethics and artificial intelligence?
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In a business context, there are issues surrounding the implementation, the implementors, the other employees, the business entity itself, and the customers. These stem from data used, risks inherent ...

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Does AI rely on determinism?
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Love question. Firstly, as pointed out in other answers Narrow AI today are mostly algorithms following their procedures given some inputs. No need for philosophy here as they are following ...

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