Beyond lies the unique realm of the human, no matter what addled things Stephen Hawking may say about computers “replacing” us.
Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking are scared about AI and the prospect of a “Terminator” future. But the U.S. military isn’t.
Admittedly, that may come as a surprise to Elon Musk, but I think Robert Marks defends the argument with a certain persuasive mischievousness.
It seems obvious on a moment’s reflection: ID and AI have something in common, and that is intelligence.
The attribution of superpowers to coming generations of AI machines has entered self-parody territory.