Stuart Russell on Artificial Intelligence: What if we succeed?

Stuart Russell on Artificial Intelligence: What if we succeed?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Stuart Russell is a professor of Computer Science at UC Berkeley as well as co-author of the most popular textbook in the field – Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach.

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PostHuman: An Introduction to Transhumanism

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The Mind-Body Problem Is One of the Oldest Questions

The Mind-Body Problem Is One of the Oldest Questions in Philosophy

How do you tell your body what to do? You think it, and then it happens, right? Or put another way, your brain fires neurons in the correct sequence to result in your arm raising or your legs moving. But how do you tell your brain to do that? You …

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Lab-grown brain bits open windows to the mind

Lab-grown brain bits open windows to the mind – and a maze of ethical dilemmas

September 2 at 7:56 PM PHILADELPHIA – Xuyu Qian yanked open an incubator door at the University of Pennsylvania to reveal rows of cylindrical tubes swirling, like shaken-up snow globes, with a strange and exotic flurry. The pale, peppercorn-sized spheres were lab-grown globules of human brain tissue, or, as Qian occasionally refers to them, “minibrains.”

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