Peer reviewed by Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures Association or BICA 2016 in New York City and Procedia Computer Science. Authored By David Kelley and Mark Waser. Abstract: Arguably, the most important questions about machine intelligences revolve around how they will… Continue Reading →
welcome to the Technocracy A.I. Abstract Series for Published Scientific Work’s in the A.I. and Artificial General Intelligence field. Peer reviewed by Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures Association or BICA 2017.
In this edition, the top news starts with: A South African university is working on an AI system designed to analyze causation. https://phys.org/news/2018-06-artificial-intelligence-causation.html Ushering in the police state and big brother, the next frontier is police and surveillance drones. Look… Continue Reading →
Abstract. Most artificial general intelligence (AGI) system developers have been focused upon intelligence (the ability to achieve goals, perform tasks or solve problems) rather than motivation (*why* the system does what it does). As a result, most AGIs have an… Continue Reading →
Abstract: Arguably, the most important questions about machine intelligences revolve around how they will decide what actions to take. If they decide to take actions which are deliberately, or even incidentally, harmful to humanity, then they would likely become an… Continue Reading →