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Artificial intelligence

Author: Noah Berlatsky
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, ©2011.
Series: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Presents a collection of essays offering varying opinions on the subject of artificial intelligence.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Noah Berlatsky
ISBN: 9780737757095 0737757094 9780737757101 0737757108
OCLC Number: 696942345
Description: 256 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Is it possible to develop artificial intelligence? The development of artificial intelligence is imminent / Peter Moon and Vernor Vinge --
Artificial brains are imminent... not! / John Horgan --
Christianity allows for the possibility of artificial intelligence / Russell C. Bjork --
Christianity suggests limits to artificial intelligence / Harry Plantinga --
The possibility of artificial intelligence depends on how intelligence is defined / Stuart J. Russell and Peter Norvig --
Artificial intelligence based on insects seems possible soon / The Economist --
Ch. 2. What does the Turing test reveal about artificial intelligence? The Turing test is a good test of artificial intelligence / Virginia Savova and Leonid Peshkin --
The Turing test cannot prove artificial intelligence / Mark Halpern --
An AI computer will pass the Turing test relatively soon / Ben Hardwidge --
No AI computer will pass the Turing test / Yaakov Menken --
Computers use tricks to fool some judges in Turing tests / Melissa Lafsky --
If the Turing test is abandoned, another challenging problem is needed to focus research efforts / Paul R. Cohen --
Ch. 3. What ethical issues are raised by artificial intelligence? Friendly AI is needed to protect humans from unethical super-robots / Eliezer Yudkowski --
Exaggerated claims for artificial intelligence lead to ethical problems / Nic Fleming and Noel Sharkey --
AI robots should be considered moral agents / John P. Sullins III --
AI robots should not be considered moral agents / Joanna J. Bryson --
AI robots cannot be made to be ethical actors / Drew McDermott --
AI military robots can be programmed to act ethically / Patrick Lin, George Bekey, and Keith Abney --
Ch. 4. What are some valuable applications of artificial intelligence? Artificial intelligence may change warfare in dangerous ways / Mark Herman and Art Fritzson --
Artificial intelligence can improve military decision making / Gabriela Prelipcean, Mircea Boscoianu, and Florin Moisescu --
AI smart cars will transform highway safety and congestion / Randal O'Toole --
AI smart cars will have only a limited effect on safety / Steve G. Steinberg --
AI research and video games benefit one another / Jonathan Schaeffer, Vadim Bulitko, and Michael Buro --
Artificial intelligence and chess have not necessarily benefited one another / Garry Kasparov.
Series Title: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Responsibility: Noah Berlatsky, book editor.

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