THE FUTURE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE – Kevin Kelly on London Real

Kevin Kelly discusses the future of Artificial Intelligence.
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Kevin Kelly is the founding executive editor of Wired magazine, and a former editor/publisher of the Whole Earth Review. He has also been a writer, photographer, conservationist, and student of Asian and digital culture.

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3 comments

  1. gepisar says:

    I thought “Her” was a great film. “Machine” was excellent too. And
    “Transcendance” slipped quietly under the radar! (multi-layered that one –
    the redemption story with future tech)

    There’s that old joke about A.I; “it will be here in 5 years… always was,
    always will be”.
    The commoditisation of intelligence eh… wow. Cant wait for that, but the
    ethical problems are HUGE.

    So, we disintermediate drivers, and next will be healthcare, and then law.
    (Already underway) then “thought” itself. Of course, when you can just buy
    more “think” – the question to ask it is, how can i think even more for
    less – and what should i think to ask the infinite thinker…which i think
    is what the “singularity” event is all about…

    But, the British are so belligerent. I can just see the headlines now :
    “Referendum to pull plug on A.I – ignorance is bliss says 58% ” with the
    by-line “42? Pah, what do they know!”

    This looks like another great interview… Thumbs up!

  2. GeneralZain says:

    wait what? “take ai and add it to taxis you get uber” WHAT?! we have uber
    already, it was created by humans. AI will blast past us so fast it’ll be
    like watching a bullet fly in real time, which evidently ends this rhyme!
    haha…anyways its not really something we can do. I feel like he gets some
    things right, but as soon as AI is mentioned he down plays it….which is
    weird…why? seems silly to me anyway…

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