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Web Log: Engineering director Ray Kurzweil predicts what future holds for AI and humans
Thu, Oct 19, 2017, 07:35 Marie Boran
Ray Kurzweil’s prediction rate has been rated 86 per cent accurate to date
Ray Kurzweil is director of engineering at Google but he is better known for writing best-selling books outlining the future of artificial intelligence.
He has made 147 predictions on the future of technology including the ubiquity of wearable devices and the move from desktops and laptops to smartphones and tablets. In fact, his prediction rate has been rated 86 per cent accurate.
With this in mind, fans were excited to see Kurzweil answer their questions in a live streaming interview session last week where he elaborated on his predictions.
Kurzweil thinks true AI will arrive when narrow fields within machine learning, computer vision and so on get broader and broader until there “won’t really…
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“our brains”? Speak for yourself Kurzwell!
I think HG Wells got it right. Society will split into nature-humans and techno-humans. Elio and Morlock. Only I doubt the Eloi will be the socialist cattle depicted in Wells’s vision.
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