The history of AI is a neural network of the greatest thoughts and minds of humankind
Ava Chisling

This is a really surprising coincidence! I just published a paper on artificial intelligence and the technological singularity based on the working hypothesis that Immanuel Kant had anticipated AI in his critical philosophy, and that in a big way. Thus, I was able to deduce ten laws that will govern any future AI. The third law, “Any singularity emerges from the computing of concepts”, means nothing less than that AI will never rise from digital computing, because the set of Boolean operators is inappropriate and too small. You may find the paper here: