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Responding to Elon Musk's newly expressed concerns about the current state of artificial intelligence, and the dangers he perceives.Read More
Human level A.I. might not be the best route towards artificial
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Should the governments of the world get involved in A.I. and possibly use it against their citizens? Let's explore...
Governments around the world are getting more and more interested in artificial intelligence, and starting to think about regulations and control. Is this a good thing, or should we start arguing our case for a free and open structure in the field of A.I. research?Read More
Current machine learning is a minefield of security issues, which is something that needs to be dealt with, fast!
A look at hacking in the world of artificial intelligence, and how to trick machine learning algorithms.Read More
While the term "human compatible artificial intelligence" is used a lot by researchers and thinkers in the field, I believe this whole concept to be an absolute myth.Read More
Humans creating artificial intelligence flies directly in the face of our evolution as a species. In this article we look at why it is strange that we, as the species all the way at the top of the food chain, are trying to make something even higher than us.Read More
Elon Musk is of the opinion that humans should be outfitted with a so-called neural lace, which would create a neural link between man and machine. This article takes a closer look at the very real dangers such an interface brings with it, and why we should consider this very carefully, before letting our science fiction desires take over logical reasoning.Read More
Let me show you some ways that A.I. can go horribly wrong, and way before we even reach AGI, ASI, or any kind of singularity.
The threat lies not so much in intelligence, but in over-connectivity to real-world environments.
George Kingsley Zipf's law states that given a large sample of words used, the frequency of any word is inversely proportional to its rank in the frequency table. In this article we look at applying these techniques to adaptive text compression, which while a little of a naive approach, is actually a lot of fun, and a great learning experience.Read More