Beyond Artificial Intelligence: The Disappearing Human-Machine Divide (Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics)

Beyond Artificial Intelligence: The Disappearing Human-Machine Divide (Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics)


This publication is an edited choice of chapters according to the papers offered on the convention “Beyond AI: synthetic goals” held in Pilsen in November 2012. the purpose of the convention used to be to query deep-rooted rules of man-made intelligence and forged serious mirrored image on equipment status at its foundations.

Artificial goals epitomize our debatable quest for non-biological intelligence and hence the participants of this booklet attempted to completely take advantage of this type of controversy of their respective chapters, which led to an interdisciplinary discussion among specialists from engineering, traditional sciences and humanities.

While pursuing the unreal goals, it has turn into transparent that it truly is nonetheless progressively more tough to attract a transparent divide among human and computing device. And accordingly this booklet attempts to portrait such a picture of what lies past synthetic intelligence: we will be able to see the disappearing human-machine divide, an important phenomenon of these days technological society, the phenomenon that's usually uncritically praised, or hypocritically condemned. And so this phenomenon stumbled on its position within the subtitle of the entire quantity in addition to within the name of the bankruptcy of Kevin Warwick, one of many keynote audio system at “Beyond AI: synthetic Dreams”.

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