|Title||Stephen Wolfram on AI and the Future|
|Date||Thursday July 30 2015, @01:01PM|
|from the it-depends-what-"it"-is dept.|
In this wide ranging interview, Steven Wolfram [creator of Mathematica and Wolfram Alpha] talks about what he's been thinking about for the last 30+ years, and how some of the questions he's had for a long time are now being answered.
I looked for pull quotes, but narrowing down to just one or two quotes from a long interview seemed like it might send the SN discussion down a rabbit hole... if nothing else, this is a calm look at the same topics that have been all over the press recently from Hawking, Musk and others.
One interesting topic is about goals for AIs -- as well as intelligence (however you define it), we humans have goals. How will goals be defined for AIs? Can we come up with a good representation for goals that can be programmed?
printed from SoylentNews, Stephen Wolfram on AI and the Future on 2021-12-02 16:43:33