Intellectual impresario, John Brockman, assembles twenty-five of the most important scientific minds
- John Brockman: On the Promise and Peril of AI
- Seth Lloyd: Wrong, but More Relevant Than Ever
- Judea Pearl: The Limitations of Opaque Learning Machines
- Stuart Russell: The Purpose Put Into the Machine
- George Dyson: The Third Law
- Daniel C. Dennett: What Can We Do?
- Rodney Brooks: The Inhuman Mess Our Machines Have Gotten Us Into
- Frank Wilczek: The Unity of Intelligence
- Max Tegmark: Let’s Aspire to More Than Making Ourselves Obsolete
- Jaan Tallinn: Dissident Messages
- Steven Pinker: Tech Prophecy and the Underappreciated Causal Power of Ideas
- David Deutsch: Beyond Reward and Punishment
- Tom Griffiths: The Artificial Use of Human Beings
- Anca Dragan: Putting the Human into the AI Equation
- Chris Anderson: Gradient Descent
- David Kaiser: “Information” for Wiener, for Shannon, and for Us
- Neil Gershenfeld: Scaling
- W. Daniel Hillis: The First Machine Intelligences
- Venki Ramakrishnan: Will Computers Become Our Overlords?
- Alex “Sandy” Pentland: The Human Strategy
- Hans Ulrich Obrist: Making the Invisible Visible: Art Meets AI
- Alison Gopnik: AIs versus Four-Year-Olds
- Peter Galison: Algorists Dream of Objectivity
- George M. Church: The Rights of Machines
- Caroline A. Jones: The Artistic Use of Cybernetic Beings
- Stephen Wolfram: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Civilization
Core concepts map:
Possible minds on AI
edited by John Brockman
Published: FEB 2019
Length: 320 pages
Time to read: 11h
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