Robots: The next human evolution?

NORMAN, Okla. – In the precedent story, Astrobiology: Where science intersects with faith, we briefly described the work of Susan Schneider, a fellow Center of Theological Inquiry in Princeton and a professor Department of Philosophy Cognitive Science Program at the University of Connecticut. The theory of Schneider proposed different possibilities of evolution of artificial intelligence. At the time where intelligent applications such as Siri invaded our daily lives, shortly autonomous car will appear and house become intelligent, it is fair to ask where AI evolution will lead? “Human-level AI remains the stuff of science-fiction. But I think with all the time I can tell you it is not that far away. Soon science-fiction will be science-fact. One day robots may fight our wars, take care of our children and even…


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