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Ex_Machina (dir. Alex Garland, 2015)

The question of “artificial intelligence” has been a recurring motif in cinema at least since Stanley Kubrick’s epochal 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968). In that film, five scientists are on board the Discovery One spacecraft, heading for an undisclosed mission on Jupiter. 852 more words


What is a mind?

Language is the DNA of the mind.

I have a mind. That I am pretty sure of. But how do I know that you, the reader, has a mind?

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Emancipation of the machines

The name ‘robot’ – meaning ‘slave’ – originated from the 1921 play Rossum’s Universal Robots, which depicts a robot revolution bringing about the end of humanity. 664 more words


Alan Michael Turing-a personal view of a true hero.

Alan Turing 1912-1954

As you will know I am totally immersed in Computing devices and the Internet. It is no exaggeration to say that without Alan Turing these devices would not exist. 961 more words


A sassy chatbot named Rose just won a big test of artificial intelligence

Rose is a 31-year-old security analyst and hacker from San Francisco, a self-described “computer nerd” with “quirky attitudes” towards life, and an “unorthodox family.”

She doesn’t like for people to know too much about her because her work makes her aware of how “under surveillance we all are,” but she also has a “flamboyant and fun-loving side” and likes to drink socially. 535 more words