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Automated science as a vision for AI

Human intelligence is a misleading vision for AI. It’s bloatware, and bloatware can kill (or at least seriously delay) even the most determined projects.

The intelligence we need to create in machines isn’t a natural phenomenon, it’s a human invention. The goal isn’t artificial human intelligence, it’s automated scientific discovery.

The bloatware of intelligence




They’re solving AI. You’re inventing it.

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Peter Sweeney

Peter Sweeney

Entrepreneur and inventor | 4 startups, 80+ patents | Writes on the science and philosophy of problem solving. | @petersweeney

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