Download ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Nick BostromIll soon engineer itself don t ask exactly how to be so smart that it can do stuff we can t even begin to comprehend don t ask how we can know this so there s really no point in trying to think about it in much detail The AI Lord works in mysterious ways With these foundations laid down Bostrom can then start his #Speculative Tour De Force That Goes Through Various Existential Risk #tour de force that goes through various existential risk and the possibilities of preventing or mitigating them the economics of AIrobot societies and various ethical issues relating to AI I found the chapters on risks and AI societies to be pure sci fi with even less realism than assume spherical cows The chapters on ethics and value acuistion did however contain spherical cows The chapters on ethics and value acuistion did however contain interesting discussionAll in all throughout the book I had an neasy feeling that the author is trying to trick me with a philosophical sleight of hand I don t doubt Bostrom s skills with probability calculations or formalizations but the principle garbage in garbage out applies to such tools also If one starts with implausible premises and assumptions one will likely end Immunologie fondamentale et immunopathologie: Enseignements thématique et intégré - Tissu lymphoïde et sanguin… up with implausible conclusions no matter how rigorously the math is applied Bostrom himself is very aware that his work isn t taken seriously in manyarters and at the end of the book he spends some time trying to justify it He makes some self congratulatory remarks to assure sympathethic readers that they are really smart smarter than their critics eg anecdotally it appears those currently seriously interested in the control problem are disproportionately sampled from one extreme end of the intelligence distribution p 376 suggests that his own pet project is the best way forward in philosophy and should be favored over other approaches We could postpone work on some of th Livre int #ressant abordant la estion de l intelligence artificielle sous l angle de la ma trise et du contr le Parfois #abordant la estion de l intelligence artificielle sous l angle de la ma trise et du contr le Parfois peu long et frustrant car ludant trop rapidement la La phagothérapie - Des virus pour combattre les infections uestion du comment Il est donc n cessaire de r fl chir surne IA abstraite Une r flexion tr s document e sur l intelligence artificielle The Hot Zone: The Chilling True Story of an Ebola Outbreak ui ne peute laisser perplexe sur l avenir de l humanit lorsue des machines l auront surpass e Clear concise exhaustive occasionally funny this book has everything to be the foundation on which to build awareness of existential AI risk A difficult read by an excellent strategic analyst on the very real existential threat posed by AI Bostrom could have opened with chapter 10 of the book by introducing the various castes of AI and the potential threats they po. To make the first move Will it be possible to construct a seed AI or otherwise to engineer initial conditions so as to make an intelligence explosion survivable How could one achieve a controlled detonationTo get closer to an answer to this estion we must make our way through a fascinating landscape of topics and considerations Read the book and learn about oracles genies singletons; about boxing methods tripwires and mind crime; about humanity's cosmic endowment and differential technological development; indirect normativity instrumental convergence whole brain emulation and technolo. ,
You can tell the author s made a thorough work in studying and compiling all his thoughts and facts but nfortunately the bo It was persistent recommendation through listening to Sam Harris fine podcasts that eventually convinced me to read this bookNick Bostrom spells out the dangers we potentially face from a rogue or La Lumière révélée: De la lunette de Galilée à l'étrangeté quantique (OJ.SCIENCES) uncontrolled superintelligencesneuivocally we re doomed probablyThis is a detailed and interesting book though 35% of the book is footnotes bibliography and index This should be a warning that it is not solely or even primarily aimed at soft science readers Interestingly a working knowledge of philosophy is valuable in npacking the most tility from this book than is knowledge about computer programming or science But then you are not going to get a book on the existential threat of Thomas the Tank engine from the Professor in the Faculty of Philosophy at Oxford UniversityAlso a good nderstanding of economic theory would also help any readerBostrom lays out in detail the two main paths to machine superintelligence whole brain emulation and seed AI and then looks at the transiti The first chapter is an interesting concise history of AI The following chapters though I have to say that if anything Bostrom s writing reminds me of theology It s not lacking in rigor or references Bostrom seems highly intelligent and well read The problem for
me is rather that the main premise he starts with is one that I find less than credible Mostis rather that the main premise he starts with is one that I find less than credible Most the book boils down to Let s assume that there exists a superintelligence that can basically do whatever it wants within the limits of the laws of physics With this assumption in place let s then explore what conseuences this could have in areas X Y and Z The best Bostrom can muster in defense of his premise that superintelligence will likely be realized sometime in the future are the results of various surveys of AI researchers about when they think human level AI and superintelligence will be achieved These summaries don t yield any specific answer as to when human level AI will be attained it s not reported and Bostrom is evasive as to what his own view is However Bostrom seems to think if you don t commit to any particular timeline on this estion you can assume that at some point human level AI will be attained Now once human level AI is achieved it ll be but a short step to #Superintelligence Says Bostrom His Argument #says Bostrom His argument to why this transition period should be short is not too convincing We are basically told that the newly developed human level AI The human brain has some capabilities that the brains of other animals lack It is to these distinctive capabilities that our species owes its dominant position Other animals have stronger muscles or sharper claws but we have cleverer brainsIf machine brains one day come to surpass human brains in general intelligence then this new superintelligence could become very powerful As the fate of the gorillas now dependson s humans than on the gorillas themselves so the fate of our species then would come to depend on the actions of the machine superintelligenceBut we have one advantage we get. Se and then gone into examining the challenges to controlling these threats #chapter 9 He could have then asked the pivotal mid second act #9 He could have then asked the pivotal mid second act Is the default outcome doom chapter 8 Conseuently he forced me to read his book backwards I might recommend that Nick Bostrom would profit by reading a good book on story structure Bob McKee would be my first choice Nevertheless has some gems and still to be recommended by one of the authorities on the subject A clear compelling review of the state of the art potential pitfalls and ways of approaching the immensely difficult task of maximising the chance that we ll all enjoy the arrival of a superintelligence An important book showcasing the work we collectively need to do BEFORE the fact Given the enormity of what will likely be a one time event this is the position against which anyone involved in the development of AI must justify their approach whether or not they #are bound by the Official Secrets ActThe one area in which I #bound by the Official Secrets ActThe one area in which I Nick Bostrom s sense of balance wavers is in extrapolating humanity s galactic endowment into an nlimited and eternal capture of the Le Théâtre quantique (OJ.SCIENCES) universe s bounty As Robert Zubrin lays out in his book Entering Space Creating a Space Faring Civilization it is highlynlikely that there are no interstellar speci Je me suis lanc dans la lecture de ce livre pesant et compliu l t dernier suite Les secrets admirables du Grand Albert. Influences des astres, vertus magiques des végétaux un tweet d Elon Musk je suisn fanJ avais promis Le livre d'histoires, récits scientifiques de l'oncle Paul à ses neveux une fiche de lecture et donc la voici Autant vous le dire ce n est ni du Verlaine ni m me du Dan BrownNotez bien le super devant intelligence on ne parle pas ici de Watson ou de Cortana mais bien dne conscience autonome distribu e l chelle plan taire d passant de loin les capacit s du genre humain dans sa version finaleOn peut r sumer cet ouvrage comme Hygiène Sécurité Alimentaire - La Microbiologie Et L'Intervention En Cas De T.I.A.C: Risques Sanitaires Des Aliments… une th se en deux grandes parties 1une tude prospective approfondie sur les sc narios d mergence dne super AI2une Analyse de Risue tendue sur les sc narios de menaces associ s Brèves réponses aux grandes questions (OJ.SCIENCES) ui se continue comme il se doit parne identification de toutes les mesures de s curit pouvant nous pr munir d Mon chien est heureux: Jeux, exercices et astuces (Sciences Humaines) une catastropheSuite sur mon blog Ce livre permetne bonne sensibilisation du public aux avantages et dangers du progr technologiueIndispensable tout f ru de sciences Consider this when the first superintelligent machine take over the world if it has access to all the content ever created shouldn t we hide this book so that it doesn t learn has access to all the content ever created shouldn t we hide this book so that it doesn t learn it Superbe analyse tr s structur e des d fis de l IA forte m me si la vision peut para tre n peu naive par certains aspects. Gy couplings; Malthusian economics and dystopian evolution; artificial intelligence and biologicalcognitive enhancement and collective intelligenceThis profoundly ambitious and original book picks its way carefully through a vast tract of forbiddingly difficult intellectual terrain Yet the writing is so lucid that it somehow makes it all seem easy After an tterly engrossing journey that takes Vicariance (La): Le cerveau créateur de mondes (Sciences) us to the frontiers of thinking about the human condition and the future of intelligent life we find in Nick Bostrom's work nothing less than a reconceptualization of the essential task of our time.