Is it an abstract subject that develops analytical thinking,or a utilitarian subject? by Wendy Jones / July 14, 2016 / Leave a comment A child takes a maths exam David Davies/PA Wire/Press Association Images This is the full-length version of ... Prospect, 2 weeks ago
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Image by: JOHN ADKISSON / REUTERS Advances in artificial intelligence could lead to computers developing consciousness and they may need "human" rights, an expert has claimed. Marcus du Sautoy, who took over from Richard Dawkins as professor ...Times Live South Africa, 1 month ago Conscious computers may need rights: Professor Today Online, 1 month ago Professor Claims Computers Might Need Human Rights ETeknix.com, 1 month ago The Dawn Of Self-Aware AI? Computers To Have Their Own Basic Rights Soon, Expert Says ITechPost, 1 month ago
Computers may be given 'human' rights, says professor Technically Incorrect: An Oxford University professor says artificial intelligence may reach the stage where computers have consciousness and therefore should be treated as living beings.
Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives. Imagine this coming from your iPhone: "I am, Siri, a living being with feelings. And rights." Sharon Profis/CNET Your Mac RoboBook might one day sue ...CNET.co.uk, 1 month ago
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