On Saturday, October 26, 2013 5:29:46 AM UTC-4, telmo_menezes wrote:
> > Couldn't there just be a routine that traps the error of believing they
> > intelligent?
> In parallel to Bruno's reply, one problem I see with naif AI is one
> that you may sympathise with: it is mostly built with symbols that are
> directly imported from humans. So if there is some
> "isIntelligent(self)" function that it can call, this is already too
> naif, you turned the thing into a mindless parrot.
The routine need not choke the entire program, just act as an alert. It
doesn't have to become a parrot, we can just put canaries in some of its
> Real AI will be able to create its own representations, just like we
> do. Artificial Neural Networks and Evolutionary Computation do this to
> a degree, but are too black-boxy for my (current) taste.
To me, the issue is not with representation, but presentation.
> > Since you are a machine that understands that believing you are
> > intelligent is stupid, why do you still have to have a terrestrial hard
> > life?
> Maybe the answer is simply: because it's possible.
Not sure what you mean.
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