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The Road To Conscious Machines

Author : Michael Wooldridge
ISBN : 9780241333914
Genre : Computers
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'A terrific book - essential reading for everyone seeking to make sense of Artificial Intelligence' Professor Sir Adrian Smith, Director and Chief Executive of the Alan Turing Institute In this myth-busting guide to AI past and present, one of the world's leading researchers shows why our fears for the future are misplaced. The ultimate dream of AI is to build machines that are like us: conscious and self-aware. While this remains a remote possibility, rapid progress in AI is already transforming our world. Yet the public debate is still largely centred on unlikely prospects, from sentient machines to dystopian robot takeovers. In this lively and clear-headed guide, Michael Wooldridge challenges the prevailing narrative, revealing how the hype distracts us from both the more immediate risks that this technology poses - from algorithmic bias to fake news - and the true life-changing potential of the field. The Road to Conscious Machines elucidates the discoveries of AI's greatest pioneers from Alan Turing to Demis Hassabis, and what today's researchers actually think and do. 'Nobody understands the past, the present, the promise and the peril of this new technology better than Michael Wooldridge. The definitive account' Matt Ridley, author of The Rational Optimist 'Effortlessly readable. The perfect guide to the history and future of AI' Tom Chivers, author of The AI Does Not Hate You
Category: Computers

Machines And Thought

Author : P. J. R. Millican
ISBN : 9780198235934
Genre : Philosophy
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This is the first of two volumes of essays in commemoration of Alan Turing, whose pioneering work in the theory of artificial intelligence and computer science continues to be widely discussed today. A distinguished international cast of contributors focus on the three seminal ideas associated with his name: the Turing test, the Turing machine, and the Church-Turing thesis.
Category: Philosophy

A Brief History Of Artificial Intelligence

Author : Michael Wooldridge
ISBN : 9781250770738
Genre : Computers
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From Oxford's leading AI researcher comes a fun and accessible tour through the history and future of one of the most cutting edge and misunderstood field in science: Artificial Intelligence The somewhat ill-defined long-term aim of AI is to build machines that are conscious, self-aware, and sentient; machines capable of the kind of intelligent autonomous action that currently only people are capable of. As an AI researcher with 25 years of experience, professor Mike Wooldridge has learned to be obsessively cautious about such claims, while still promoting an intense optimism about the future of the field. There have been genuine scientific breakthroughs that have made AI systems possible in the past decade that the founders of the field would have hailed as miraculous. Driverless cars and automated translation tools are just two examples of AI technologies that have become a practical, everyday reality in the past few years, and which will have a huge impact on our world. While the dream of conscious machines remains, Professor Wooldridge believes, a distant prospect, the floodgates for AI have opened. Wooldridge's A Brief History of Artificial Intelligence is an exciting romp through the history of this groundbreaking field--a one-stop-shop for AI's past, present, and world-changing future.
Category: Computers

The Cognitive Approach To Conscious Machines

Author : Pentti O. Haikonen
ISBN : 9781845408039
Genre : Psychology
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Could a machine have an immaterial mind? The author argues that true conscious machines can be built, but rejects artificial intelligence and classical neural networks in favour of the emulation of the cognitive processes of the brain—the flow of inner speech, inner imagery and emotions. This results in a non-numeric meaning-processing machine with distributed information representation and system reactions. It is argued that this machine would be conscious; it would be aware of its own existence and its mental content and perceive this as immaterial. Novel views on consciousness and the mind–body problem are presented. This book is a must for anyone interested in consciousness research and the latest ideas in the forthcoming technology of mind.
Category: Psychology

Surveyor

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924069764896
Genre : Engineering
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Category: Engineering

Scientific American

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ISBN : UOM:39015024538368
Genre : Science
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Sketch

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ISBN : NYPL:33433088149376
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The Conscious Notebook

Author : Rakesh Biswas
ISBN : STANFORD:36105132207148
Genre : Philosophy
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The present trend in computer ontology is toward the development of artificial intelligence and human ontology is an intervention to positively support it with natural human intelligence such that it is infused with the pluralism that characterises human social structures. This book utilises a meta-narrative that examines the life of an academically failed physician and his relatively academically successful daughter. The short individual narrative beads that are threaded into this larger narrative represent a multi-genre science and fantasy of medicine. On one hand it balances a post-modern stance with its incredulity toward absolute evidence based truth on the other a tolerant pluralism that simply recognises all approaches as credible as long as the resultant is geared toward positive outcomes (and not driven by fear of negative outcomes).The book portrays a non-linear narrative ontology interspersed in linear discourses on its relevance to human cognition and ontology.
Category: Philosophy

The Economist

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ISBN : UCSC:32106012933716
Genre : Commerce
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Category: Commerce

Computing Anticipatory Systems

Author : D. Dubois
ISBN : UCSD:31822036973899
Genre : Computers
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These proceedings deal with a selection of papers presented at the 8th International Conference CASYS’07, on COMPUTING ANTICIPATORY SYSTEMS, 6-11 August 2007, held at HEC Management School - University of Liege, Liège, Belgium. The content of these proceedings deals with the most recent Research & Development in the area of theoretical developments and applications in the modelling and computing of anticipation in any fields of natural and artificial systems. A computing anticipatory system is a system that computes its current states in taking into account its past and present states but also its potential future states. Strong anticipation refers to an anticipation of events built by or embedded in a system. Weak anticipation refers to an anticipation of events predicted or forecasted from a model of a system. This volume contains the first invited lecture “Neural Approach to Machine Consciousness”, by Prof. Dr Igor Aleksander, FREng (UK) who received the CHAOS AWARD, and the second invited lecture “Quantum Mechanics, Pattern Recognition, and the Mammalian Brain”, by Dr George Chapline (USA) who received the CASYS AWARD. The peer reviewed papers that received a BEST PAPER AWARD at CASYS’07, and some invited papers are included in these proceedings. Adel F. Antippa (Canada) and Daniel M. Dubois (Belgium) presented the continuation of their original research project on discrete physics with their third fundamental paper “Synchronous Discrete Harmonic Oscillator” that also appears in these proceedings. The interdisciplinary outstanding topics of these proceedings are readable by researchers and scientists with a university background.
Category: Computers

A Traveller And The Road

Author : Mohit Sen
ISBN : UOM:39015052957720
Genre : Communism
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The book is a narrative of Mohit Sen's life, beginning in the 1930s and the 1940s with his upbringing in a liberal aristocratic family in Kolkata. This is an intensely personal document, which at the same time is a record of history of the early years of freedom, of the start of the Nehruvian experiment, and the Chinese invasion of 1962. More importantly, it is a record of the political transitions and fortunes of one of India's major political parties, The CPI. Mohit Sen joined the Communist Party of India in 1948. He was a full time worker of the CPI from 1953 to 1986.
Category: Communism

The Best Of Chief Executive

Author : J. P. Donlon
ISBN : IND:30000026023865
Genre : Business & Economics
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With a circulation of more than 30,000, Chief Executive magazine is the choice of industry leaders and opinion shapers. A journal written by and for CEOs, it helps readers share concerns, raise issues, and offer solutions to problems without the editorial filter of the news media. Now readers can get the best of this sage advice and expert opinion from the nation's top executives.
Category: Business & Economics

The Road Way

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105128596322
Genre : Transportation, Automotive
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Category: Transportation, Automotive

Saturday Review

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ISBN : UOM:39015019922502
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature