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    Chinese room argument from his work “Minds, Brains, and Programs” was a thought experiment against the premises of strong Artificial Intelligence (AI). The premises of conclude that something is of the strong AI nature if it can understand and it can explain how human understanding works. I will argue that the Chinese room argument successfully disproves the conclusion of strong AI, however, it does not provide an explanation of what understanding is which becomes problematic when creating a distinction

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    Strong AI Advantages

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    Right now the wide majority of AIs are application specific. Chess AIs only play chess, speech recognition AIs only translate audio files to text and self-driving cars only know how to drive. For decades the possibility of a more generalized “strong” AI has fascinated researchers and Science Fiction writers alike. The creation of a generalized artificial intelligence with all the capabilities of the human mind would fundamentally change our economy and our society as a whole. People with white and

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    Individual Understanding I agree with functionalists, specifically the strong Artificial Intelligence (AI) camp, concerning the concept of understanding. While John Searle poses a strong non-functionalist case in his AChinese Room@ argument, I find that his definition of Ato understand@ falls short and hampers his point. I criticize his defense that understanding rests on a standardized knowledge of meaning, but not before outlining the general background of the issue. Functionalists define thought

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    the philosophy of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and it will delve deep into the question of the many philosophical implications of AI. In this paper, I will argue that a machine being able to think and the possibility of an emerging post human future due to the hypothetical invention of AI has philosophical implications for the future of humanity. The intersection of strong and weak AI with human consciousness is also explored through the examples of IBM’s AI systems such as Watson and Deep Blue. Overall

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    HAL 9000 Analysis

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    intelligent computer in all of fiction. Some may argue that this character is a good example of “Strong AI”, or strong artificial intelligence, which refers to the hypothesis that computers can potentially be programmed to be capable of thought due to the idea that the human mind is simply no more than a computational device itself. This fictional character is most certainly an example of “Strong AI” because the character HAL 9000 not only shows signs of self-awareness but also is capable of true

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    About nine years ago I discovered a book called The Age of Spiritual Machines by a man named Ray Kurzweil that demanded my immediate interest. I was captivated by his view of the future of technology - astoundingly positive and bright compared to most peoples’ negative or dystopian outlook when it comes to the dangers of a society increasingly reliant on machines and technology. I recently had the privilege of watching Spike Jonze’s 2013 movie her. While focusing on the personal aspect of a man

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    Aisha Ali Al Ali Dr. Carbonell ENG 111 Date: The Singularity University This essay will discuss Carole Cadwalladr’s “Singularity University: meet the people who are building our future” which it’s about the Singularity University. In her article Cadwalladr claims that people who are at this university will build humanity’s future. She believes that they will get rid of world problems such as poverty, hunger, and dryness. This University involve people from all around the world trying to solve different

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    The Singularity

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    the digital age. The question is can it push us further? If an AI that is smarter than humans is developed it stands to reason that it (being smarter than a human) would be able to design an AI better than itself, this AI designed AI would then be able to design a third AI with even greater speed than it’s predecessor. Assuming that no hard limit to the intelligence of an AI is met this cycle would continue indefinitely while each AI gets exponentially faster. You can see the potential of the Singularity

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    powerful artist in the world” by the editors of ArtReview, Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei is a brave and unrelenting critic of China’s authoritarian regime. Traversing in a nation that dismisses and silences the social significance of art, Ai’s practice seeks to explore the intersections between contemporary aesthetics and his country’s troubling politics. Given his immense prestige in the international art world, Ai has the privilege of using his works to generate a new social consciousness. And

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    Ai Weiwei

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    each country has its own designated culture where people either honor or rebel against it. In China, the Chinese view their culture as different from many. Ai Weiwei, a Chinese activist born in 1957, is known as the most dangerous man to many in China. He is know to rebel against the Chinese culture, which brought many struggles upon him. Ai Weiwei’s cultural rebellion includes being very critical towards the Chinese government and being outspoken towards human rights. He “has [even] characterized

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