Artificial and natural intelligence: meeting and fusion?

Abstract: Artificial intelligence at the service of the natural extends the collection of data but does not accelerate their weaving. We spend even less time on it, stifled by infobesity. Decline in the end of the true level of intelligence, while our contemporaries believe themselves more learned? I, Robot Today most of us are unable … Read more

How to Really Solve the Mind-Body Problem (6)

Abstract: Artificial neural networks construct a hierarchy of information. That digital circuits can experience their own complexity seems beyond the reach of our current paradigms. However, I show that above all they are programmed to avoid such autonomy and that the depth of information reached is minuscule compared to the brain. The example of the … Read more

Artificial intelligence (4): is it closer to humans or is it the opposite?

The dangers of artificial intelligence are ours I come to the conclusion of the previous 3 articles. My final thesis is this: human intelligence has come very close to the one we imagined artificial: a collective mind, hyperconnected, continually swallowing masses of information, with a multifaceted personality, difficult to define. This description applies more and … Read more

Artificial intelligence (3): Is its progenitor, science, healthy?

Fusional science Diversity has its advantages and disadvantages. Brilliant originality of thought and possible excesses. Major progress or disaster. Science has welded together in a collective so fusional that one can wonder why. Is it to consolidate the fabric of knowledge or to avoid the excesses of mad scientists? Depending on the look used, soliDary … Read more

Artificial Intelligence (2): SoliTary or SoliDary?

Difference and diversity Can we formally differentiate between artificial and human intelligence? For now yes: the first is programmed by the second, the second has only mystical programmer. Probably it is self-organization of a reality devoid of consciousness (but self-organization is the principle leading to it). Understanding this principle is the only way to an … Read more