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Lawrence Krauss vs Musk and Hawking on dangers of AI

Lawrence Krauss vs Musk and Hawking on dangers of AI

(3:25) The opportunities are far more exciting than the dangers. Theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss has a more optimistic view of the future with AI than Elon Musk or Stephen Hawking. Big Think 2016.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (581 days ago)

Consciousness evolved, therefore it can be recreated. We just need to know more.

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Consciousness evolved, therefore it can be recreated. We just need to know more.

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TheBob TheBob (580 days ago)

"I guess I find the opportunities more exciting than the dangers."

Oh, well that's all OK then. As long as you find it exciting, it's OK to inflict these potential dangers on the rest of the world.

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"I guess I find the opportunities more exciting than the dangers."

Oh, well that's all OK then. As long as you find it exciting, it's OK to inflict these potential dangers on the rest of the world.

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TheBob TheBob (580 days ago)
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"[phones] may not be a good thing for societal interaction... but I don't think people view their phones as a danger..."

I don't think alcoholics vew alcohol as a danger either.

"...they view their phones as a tool that allow them to do what they would otherwise do more effectively."

And your evidence is, Lawrence?

Apparently "the big think" is the rejection of the precautionary principle and the scientific method in favour of excitement the judgment of people with compulsions.

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"[phones] may not be a good thing for societal interaction... but I don't think people view their phones as a danger..."

I don't think alcoholics vew alcohol as a danger either.

"...they view their phones as a tool that allow them to do what they would otherwise do more effectively."

And your evidence is, Lawrence?

Apparently "the big think" is the rejection of the precautionary principle and the scientific method in favour of excitement the judgment of people with compulsions.

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