Creating super intelligence through brain augmentation is currently a hot topic in both scientific literature and the media.
Once we achieve AGI, AI systems would rapidly improve their capabilities and advance into realms that we might not even have dreamed of.
The central estimate on the prediction market Metaculus for the arrival of a basic form of AGI is currently 2026, just three years away.
AI isn’t close to becoming sentient – the real danger lies in how easily we’re prone to anthropomorphize it
The real issue is the ease with which people project human features onto our technologies, rather than the machines' actual personhood.
How could we create Superintelligence? All ingredients to create it are already here, apart from cognition and (eventually) consciousness.
Cyborgs v ‘holdout humans’: what the world might be like if our species survives for a million years
Many want to slow and abolish ageing, enhance intelligence and mood, and change bodies – potentially leading to new species.
In the view of some AI scientists, once AI becomes a mature Superintelligence, achieving Singularity, humans may be under its control.
Accelerating developments in artificial intelligence are rapidly approaching a point of inflection, commonly known as "the Singularity".
2030 is the most likely date by which humans may lose an effective control over AI. This is the AI’s tipping point.
A versatile new AI is fueling speculation that machines will soon think like humans. It's time for a reality check.