Humans 2.0

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People + Technology = Cyborgs? What makes an AI? What’s an android (apart from Google’s mobile o/s)? Will they try to overthrow us? Or is it better for us to join them rather than try to beat them?
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The more we understand about how our brains work, the better we'll be able to create the building blocks of artificial intelligence.
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Human beings wield so much power over the Earth... could it be that we've given ourselves a god-like status? Is that a good thing?
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A quirky and fun take on a very modern paradox.
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Mechanical demons? Metallic automatons? Or simply works of artisanal genius? Robots were around long before most of us.
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Technology expert Martin Ford outlines the achievements of artificial intelligence and uses a wealth of economic data to illustrate the societal implications...
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The books that inspired Kubrick to kickstart the movie that eventually became Spielberg’s story of a robot child’s quest for love -- ‘AI’.
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Ray Kurzweil thinks humans and AI will be one and the same within a couple of decades. This hefty tome is well worth a read if you’re looking for a glimpse into humanity’s future
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