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Think about machines that think

"You can't think about thinking without thinking about thinking about something". —Seymour Papert
Joichi Ito, Director, MIT Media Lab, innleder en kort artikkel (What do I think about machines that think?) med dette sitatet. Ito skriver videre:
What do I think about machines that think? It depends on what they're supposed to be thinking about. I am clearly in the camp of people who believe that AI and machine learning will contribute greatly to society. I expect that we'll find machines to be exceedingly good at things that we're not—things that involve massive amounts of data, speed, accuracy, reliability, obedience, computation, distributed networking and parallel processing.

The paradox is that at the same time we've developed machines that behave more and more like humans, we've developed educational systems that push children to think like computers and behave like robots. It turns out that for our society to scale and grow at the speed we now requ…

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