The risk coming from Superintelligence is more likely to happen in the next 50 years rather than in the next century.
The biggest use of this technology would be in the medical field, where neural interfaces will treat diseases like Alzheimer’s.
Artificial Intelligence has the potential to disrupt every field across the whole ecosystem and it has been making huge strides in that direction.
Professor Hod Lipson, Columbia University, discusses the four drivers of artificial intelligence and their impact on how we live and work.
Prominent contemporary scientists and engineers are now also worried that super-AI could one day surpass human intelligence.
In 1973, for the first time, the term “brain-computer interface” was used – a computer-based neuro interface.
Two articles highlight the dilemma faced in this era of rapid innovation: the potential to enhance humanity, and the opportunity to diminish it.
Developers have high hopes for the technology, which they say could be used in everything from healthcare to education.
AI develops human-like number sense – taking us a step closer to building machines with general intelligence
This natural emergence of high-level abstractions is one of the most exciting results of the machine learning technique called deep neural networks.
As technological innovations multiply day by day, it will be more and more usual to augment our bodies with the help of machines.