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Can High Levels of Logical Intelligence Lead to Limit the Evolution of Intelligent Life?

I have been contemplating a theory about the relationship between high levels of intelligence and existential crises. I've often heard that highly intelligent individuals are more prone to realizing ...
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Will it be right to enslave AI?

This question has been boggling my mind for quite some time now. As we see the clear rise of artistic content made by AI, we also see people consuming the artificial content. There was this post in ...
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AI and the concept of needs [closed]

Could large language models (LLM / "AI") be improved (made more human-like in their behaviour) by adding virtual needs? Is it right to assume, that social interaction has evolved by learning ...
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Is it mathematically known what the complexity limit (and class) of a pattern to learn is, for a given machine learning algorithm? [closed]

Given a learning algorithm such as those used in ChatGPT, can we calculate based on the number of neural network parameters what the largest “pattern” the algorithm could learn would be (based on some ...
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How does the rise of AI challenge old notions about the ultimate nature of reality?

For centuries debate has gone on regarding the nature of “ultimate reality”. With "conscious" and "material" being two extremes in this debate, and with other views as some ...
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Is creativity a pie in the sky?

The working principles of the brain and mental processes are still, for the most part, a mystery especially when it comes to consciousness and creativity. With the advent of computers it was easy to ...
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Which future cyber religion do you think would appeal more to contemporary society and why? [closed]

Let's consider a hypothetical scenario where in future people organize new forms of religion or pseudoreligion if you wish based on an advanced AI development. Church of Digital Ascendancy The Church ...
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When would be justified to allow LLMS to make judgements on the real world?

A big issue when it comes to LLMS discussions these days, is figuring out when an AI should be allowed to make judgements about the real world. For example, suppose gpt-4 is trained on some medical ...
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Considering AI art generators like Midjourney, how do we define 'originality' and 'authenticity' in art?

Midjourney, creates art by learning from a vast collection of human-produced images. Some argue this process diminishes the authenticity or originality of the resultant art since it's derived from pre-...
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What is the difference between advanced AI controlled humanoid robot and philosophical zombie?

Considering a future where AI systems have advanced to create humanoid robots that can behave and appear indistinguishably human, yet remain without consciousness, could we say these AI systems are ...
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Is there a hope for balance in the new AI world?

Here is a description contrasting two future scenarios - one of overly-safe AI leading to stagnation, and one of unsafe AI leading to catastrophe. Of course they are both seriously exaggerated (at ...
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How to recognize a fictional strong AI?

Intro We (collectively, as humanity) have given quite a lot of thought to recognizing artificial conscious beings. We may not have a consensus, but at least we have a debate. Now, let's imagine that a ...
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If I switched off a sentient AI , will it be considered as murder?

There exists an artificial intelligence system that is conscious of itself just like humans.It is connected to some power source. Will switching it off be considered as murder ?
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What is an operational definition (eg as often said of the Turing test)?

The Turing test seems often to be regarded as an operational definition of human-like intelligence (eg in Russel and Norvig, AIAMA). What is an operational definition and how does the Turing test ...
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