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Neither human nor robot is a closed system. Is there such a thing as independent thought? Is there such a thing as a self? Wilson herself does not explicitly delve so deep, but she does hint at how complex and layered our humanity is. Juxtaposed with artificial intelligence, our own internal workings start to look similar.
Even more fascinating than the quandary of what makes me human is the question of what makes other people human. Others assign meaning to our actions, and over time we come to mean those things by what we do. This is a kind of introjection--part of the way we seem to create humanity within each other. Is there anyway the same thing could happen between humans and artificial intelligences?
Could the "extensive emotional entrainment of machine by man and man by machine" Wilson describes in chapters 3 and 4 result in the same phenomenon? Is the Turing test all we will need to know when or if it happens? ELIZA was adored and viewed as a valuable confidant.
Our intelligence is already wrapped up in the capacities of machines and artificial systems.
There are only communities of things. Feb 13, Matthew rated it really liked it. Wilson discusses the early creation of Artificial Intelligence AI , tracking the construction through the influence of Turing, Pitts and colleagues , two psychoterapeutic AI inventions, and an over-arching idea of affect. The narrative displayed throughout the book is far more compelling than one would expect in a book focused on technology; however, the employed narrative not only makes the book more readable from a humanities prospective as Wilson states she sets out to do but also provide Wilson discusses the early creation of Artificial Intelligence AI , tracking the construction through the influence of Turing, Pitts and colleagues , two psychoterapeutic AI inventions, and an over-arching idea of affect.
Your thesis examines how the law offices and legal field must adapt to the new technology.
Why is it important for law offices to keep in step with the new technical development? Law offices must participate in this development, partly because this work is extremely important, but also to be able to continue to meet the demands for generally accepted legal practice in the future. Getting on board early and developing and using AI tools can also be a major competitive advantage. Which legal tasks can and should be automated? And what types of services can be changed first? We can already see how AI is affecting legal work by creating legal documents and making legal tools available online.
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AI can also study large amounts of data, which is advantageous for Due Diligence or before a legal action. Companies like Tesla have brought the reality of the self-driving vehicle into the forefront of culture. However, the buck does not just stop there. The way you get to work whether it be through bus or train could become completely autonomous. In fact, a lot of companies like GE and Toyota are banking on it.
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Amazon and Walmart are already investing in drone autonomous delivery programs. You use social media every day, maybe a little too much. Though there has been a ton of controversy surrounding it, AI does influence what you do, click-on, see and interact with on social media. AI takes all your past experience, web searchers, interactions, and everything else that you do and tailors your social media experience just for you.
In fact, this also makes your social media much more addictive. You probably clock in a few hours of gaming every day. Interestingly, AI is not only making games more exciting, but it is also allowing the process of creating games to be much easier and open for creators. Google and Nvidia are working on amazing developer tools solely driven by powerful AI.
From conducting stock trades in nanoseconds or making recommendations for the best long-term investment, AI is running the financial and banking industry. Nevertheless, AI is already poised to change the way we invest in financial outlets. So you probably have it drilled in your head at this point that AI infiltrated just about every part of your life. Whether you are using Google or Apple Maps, calling up an Uber for your friends, or booking a flight ticket, AI is right there helping you out all the way.
Do you see a future where AI does not influence our daily lives? In what way do you see artificial intelligence changing your life every day? Or in the near future?
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