Henry Kissinger has sounded an alarm over AI, and raises questions about machine ethics and the possibility that humans may learn we’re not so special after all.
Why the alarm? Remember, it only takes one judge.
Favored by the animal-rights movement, the idea is misanthropic, and I would say, implicitly racist.
Transhumanists and other anti-human exceptionalists have been arguing of late that artificial-intelligence machines are destined to become so sophisticated that they will become “self-aware.”
This is extremely creepy. Insisting on privacy is an aspect of what Wesley J. Smith calls human exceptionalism.