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Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies

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Superintelligence ; Paths, Dangers, Strategies



Genre: Science fiction/ Philosophy / Popular science

Author: Nick Bostrom

Publication date: July 3, 2014

Publisher: Oxford University Press




Nick Bostrom, born in Sweden, is a philosopher from Oxford University. He founded the Future of Humanity Institute and Impacts of Future Technology at Oxford University.

Though he published many studies, he is known by his contribution to trans-humanism. In 2003, he attracted the attention by his “Simulation Argument”.

Though he published many studies, he is known by his contributions to trans-humanism. In 2003, he attracted attention by his “Simulation Argument”.

In an interview, Bostrom said that : “We are like small children playing with a bomb”. He can be right about this subject. As, if the artificial intelligence begins to query its own creation and intended use, it’s wrong decisions can easily make it go haywire.

In his “Superintelligence”, written in 2014, he sets off from this starting point and he emphasises that artificial intelligence, which can give decisions,also must have ethic values.
It’s a pleasant book to read on the subjects of artificial intelligence and ethic.



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