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FFAI Artificial Intelligence (concepts and basic ideas) by Mind Map: FFAI Artificial Intelligence (concepts and basic ideas)
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FFAI Artificial Intelligence (concepts and basic ideas)

kinds of AI

strong AI

weak AI

big ethical implications

do we have a right to create artificial sentient beings?

do we have an obligation to create artificial sentient beings?

do we have an obligation to give sapient beings free will if we can?

do we have a right to take away free will from sentient beings if it makes them happy? (psychosurgery)

are sapient beings without sentience dangerous?

economically, what happens when artificial beings increasingly replace human workers? is that a good or a bad thing?

is "the singularity" a real risk?

list of common objections to AI

(separate map)

a big part of the lectures in the class will be devoted to understanding these arguments better

prior disputes in biology, chemistry

"organic matter is fundamentally different from inorganic matter"

"living matter is fundamentally different from dead matter" ("life essence", another form of dualism)

simulations and algorithms

objection to AI: "it's just a simulation"

what's a simulation?

but

is there a difference between...

The term "simulation" applies to the distinction between physical and computational processes. It doesn't apply to mental processes because they are, in essence computational processes already.

engineering analog

computational analog

sentience / sapience

18th century philosophy made this distinction

sentience

sapience

with these definitions

legal and moral implications

animal rights

moral/legal robot rights and obligations?