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Artificial Intelligence: Will Superhuman Computers Take Over?



Luke Muehlhauser

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Posted: Nov 8, 2012


From WSJDigitalNetwork “The Singularity Summit brought thought leaders and renowned scientist in the fields of robotics, brain studies and artificial intelligence to San Francisco last weekend. Executive Director of the Singularity Institute Luke Muehlhauser talked with WSJ’s Monika Vosough at the event about efforts to create superhuman computers.”


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