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The Turing Test Explained

One of my short informational posts, designed for the average person

For some people, the word Turing Test brings of a picture of Alan Turing, pictured above. 414 more words

Computing

Would a Real AI Purposefully Hide Its Super Intelligence in Fear of Being Destroyed?

Yesterday, Redditors on r/Futurology discussed the possibility of an AI computer being so intelligent and self-aware that it realizes its own intelligence is the biggest risk to its existence. 740 more words

A Robot Passed A Self-Awareness Test, But It Probably Won't Take Over World

The computer/robot that becomes self-aware and decides to kill everybody is tried and true. As mankind continuously attempts to create and perfect artificial intelligence (probably in response to the fact that they just won’t stop making… 255 more words

GammaSquad

Civil Rights Movements of the Future

As I was writing yesterday’s article I began to ask myself: “Self, now that the marriage equality debate is essentially over, what will be the next civil rights movement?” Realistically, it will probably be transgender rights as well as continuation African-American and women’s rights. 1,212 more words

Culture

Things We've Seen: Ex Machina

So how did Alex Garland’s directorial debut go?

The first thing that hits you, is how gorgeous Ex Machina looks. The film is really gorgeous despite it’s low budget. 246 more words

Pop Culture

Ex Machina – Seeing the Robot in the Human

By Keshav Krishnamurty.

Among the many science fiction movies to come out this year, one of the most interesting is Ex Machina, written and directed by Alex Garland on a small budget and starring Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaacs, Alicia Vikander and Sonoya Mizuno. 1,285 more words

Artificial Intelligence