A Veiled Warning on Artificial Intelligence From 1966

September 1966 Artificial Intelligence “In order for a program to improve itself substantially it would have to have at least a rudimentary understanding of its own problem-solving process and some ability to recognize an improvement when it found one. There is no inherent reason why this should be impossible for a machine. Given a model of its own workings, it could use its problem-solving power to work on the problem of self-improvement. The present programs are not quite smart enough for this purpose; they can only deal with the improvement of programs much simpler than themselves. Once we have devised programs with a genuine capacity for self-improvement a rapid evolutionary process will begin…. Whether or not we could retain some sort of control of the machines, assuming that we would…


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