Category: 4.3.9.2-Artificial, Synthetic, and Mechanical Intelligences

  • AI Ethics

    (ethics of artificial intelligence) Humans evolved such that changes in state of property (inventory/capital) produce chemical rewards and punishments that we call emotions. These rewards and punishments evolved to assist in the evolution of a more primitive state of evolution that in turn, evolved to respond to chemical stimuli – changes in chemical state. Artificial intelligences need methods of decidability […]