Travelling as much as I can, I’m a promoter of humanist technology and enjoying my work as an HRIS Specialist.
In a sense this is what I now view as the key problem of AI: It’s not about achieving underlying computational sophistication, but instead it’s about communicating what we want from this computation.
…lowing some definite rule. In the end, though, one realizes we’re not so very different. After all, there are definite laws of nature that govern our brains. So anything we do is at some level just playing out those laws.
So what about “general AI?” Well, I think at this point that with the tools and understanding we have, we’re in a good position to automate essentially anything we can define. But definition is a more difficult and central issue than we might imagine.