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Will robots make good friends? Scientists are already starting to find out

Robotic companionship can constructively augment people's lives, leading to friendships that are comparable to human-to-human relationships.

Will Superintelligence cause our extinction or pave the way for a human species evolution?

There are top AI scientists who all point to 2030 as the time by when we will lose control over the (self)development of AI.

Five ways artificial intelligence can help space exploration

From designing missions to clearing Earth's orbit of junk, here are a few ways artificial intelligence can help us venture further in space.

Artificial intelligence can deepen social inequality. Here are 5 ways to help prevent this

With AI decision-making tools, we have an opportunity to increase productivity and create a more just society – that is, if we use them carefully.

Managing Human’s Evolution

In practice, we have about one decade to put in place at least the main safeguards to control Superintelligence’s capabilities.

Will humans gradually become part of Superintelligence?

If we do nothing, our species may simply become extinct within this, or the next, century, as the consequence of a dozen existential risks.

Why AI can’t ever reach its full potential without a physical body

Future research with robot bodies may one day help create lasting, empathetic, social interactions between AI and humans.

A language generation program’s ability to write articles, produce code and compose poetry has wowed scientists

This technology will become only more powerful. It'll be up to humans to work out and regulate its potential uses and abuses.

The Next Generation Of Artificial Intelligence

Consensus of several surveys of AI experts suggests AGI is still decades into the future. However, a transitional AI, may exist today.

Artificial intelligence will be here soon

Over the last few years I have gone from an AGI skeptic to being significantly worried about how soon it will likely come to exist.

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