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What is the most probable AI?

Humans will try to create artificial intelligence. Whether that is wise is an open question, but they will. The problem is that we can create quite powerful computers and powerful software, but the ...
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How could a computer acquire knowledge of its environment?

I mean one possible way to attack it would be to point out that, just because you aren't aware of the semantic information doesn't mean that there isn't semantic information intrinsic to the subject. ...
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The person in the Chinese Room Argument is a strong AI

I think, the key take-away from this thought experiment is simply that we still have no clue what it means to "understand", be "intelligent", or "conscious". So much so, ...
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The person in the Chinese Room Argument is a strong AI

No, there’s no artificial incapacitating. The rules are set up in a certain way to draw certain conclusions. The Chinese room works for all computation at any level. The outputs can be as ...
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Why doesn't the Chinese room learn Chinese?

Let me state another question to perhaps change the view on this: Can the man learn Chinese this way at all? Memorizing rules and already given answers and reproducing them is not the same as if he ...
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Reincarnation as the "lottery ticket hypothesis" in neural networks?

In Hindu thought there is an inner essence, a soul that literally transmigrates. They picture a causal connection, through a non-physical aspect of reality. So the accidental similarity of two ...
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