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Alan Turing - BBC Horizon - Code-Breakers: Bletchley Park’s Lost Heroes TV - Morgan Freeman TV - Steven Pinker - Hyper Evolution: The Rise of the Robots TV - Michio Kaku TV - Stephen Hawking - Max Tegmark - Elon Musk - This is A.I. TV - AlphaGo 2017 - 

 

 

80,019.  I believe that at the end of the century the use of words and general educated opinion will have altered so much that one will be able to speak of machines thinking without expecting to be contradicted.  (Machine & Computer & Artificial Intelligence)  Alan Turing  

 

 

67,991.  Once thought made us human ... being taken on by machines.  (Computer & Artifical Intelligence)  Professor Marcus du Sautoy, Horizon: The Hunt For AI

 

67,992.  Could they extend human intelligence in unimaginable new ways?  (Computer & Artifical Intelligence)  ibid.

 

67,993.  The computer is starting to think in a multi-intelligible way.  (Computer & Artifical Intelligence)  ibid.

 

67,994.  Bletchley Park: what happened here still resonates today ... He was the brilliant mathematician Alan Turing.  (Computer & Artifical Intelligence)  ibid.

 

67,995.  They only hope they had of cracking the Enigma code was to create another machine to do it.  (Computer & Artifical Intelligence)  ibid.

 

67,996.  Turing ideas about machines that could mimic the human mind really started to take shape ... He asked the question, Can a machine think?  (Computer & Artifical Intelligence)  ibid.

 

67,997.  The hunt for artificial intelligence has become tied up with one technology: the computer.  (Computer & Artifical Intelligence)  ibid.

 

67,998.  This machine could seemingly understand all the complexities, puns and riddles of natural language much faster than any human.  But was this true artificial intelligence?  Was Watson thinking like us?  (Computer & Artifical Intelligence)  ibid.

 

67,999.  Blue Jean is solving incredible complex calculations about biological processes.  (Computer & Artifical Intelligence)  ibid.

 

68,000.  Intuition, creativity and imagination are what make us so unique.  (Computer & Artifical Intelligence)  ibid.

 

68,001.  Without a body, artificial intelligence cannot exist.  (Computer & Artifical Intelligence)  ibid.

 

68,002.  Getting a computer to see has become one of the most difficult challenges in AI.  (Computer & Artifical Intelligence)  ibid.

 

68,003.  And perhaps the secret to creating thinking machines lies in letting them develop as we do.  (Computer & Artifical Intelligence)  ibid. 

 

 

120,734.  Artificial intelligence: what is it?  How does it work?  What can it do?  (Computer & Robot & Artificial Intelligence)  Horizon: A Horizon Guide to Artificial Intelligence, BBC 2018  

 

120,735.  It wasn’t so long ago we thought artificially intelligent robots would take over the world.  (Computer & Robot & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.  

 

120,736.  It was beginning to dawn on the scientist of the 70s exactly what computers could be capable of.  (Computer & Robot & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.

 

120,737.  Scientists and engineers began to re-evaluate intelligence to understand what thinking really was and to program truly intelligent machines.  (Computer & Robot & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid. 

 

 

67,717.  The vision of the machine with a brain began to obsess Turing.  (Code & Computer & Artificial Intelligence)  Code-Breakers: Bletchley Park’s Lost Heroes

 

67,718.  Mind a Quarterly Review of Psychology and Philosophy  1)  Computer Machinery And Intelligence by A M Turing ... I propose to consider the question, Can machines think?  (Code & Computer & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.

 

67,719.  Artificial intelligence was a staggering intellectual leap.  (Code & Computer & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.

 

 

86,952.  It was our ability to walk on two legs ... that put humans on top of the food chain.  (Robot & Artificial Intelligence)  Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman: Are Robots the Future of Human Evolution?

 

86,953.  Will they evolve complex brains like ours?  (Robot & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.

 

86,954.  What is consciousness?  (Robot & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.

 

86,955.  Will our descendants be biological or mechanical?  (Robot & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.

 

 

86,970.  Why give a robot an order to obey orders – why aren't the original orders enough?  Why command a robot not to do harm – wouldn’t it be easier never to command it to do harm in the first place?  Does the universe contain a mysterious force pulling entities toward malevolence, so that a positronic brain must be programmed to withstand it?  Do intelligent beings inevitably develop an attitude problem?  (Robot & Artificial Intelligence)  Steven Pinker, How the Mind Works

 

 

109,479.  What has taken humans millennia humans have achieved in just decades.  Now they are tackling their greatest challenge – trying to think like us.  (Robot & Artificial Intelligence)  Hyper Evolution: The Rise of the Robots II 

 

109,480.  Intelligent robots will become our companions and even our friends.  (Robot & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.

 

 

118,713.  A shape-shifting body, atomic computing, powering a brain that might outsmart our own: the rise of the machines may be closer than you think.  (Science & Space & Universe & Robot & Artificial Intelligence)  Michio Kaku, Sci-Fi Science: Physics of the Impossible s1e9: How to Build a Sci-Fi Robot  

 

118,714.  Learning the rules of an unpredictable world – that’s hard.  (Science & Space & Universe & Robot & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.   

 

 

121,060.  The development of artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race.  Stephen Hawking

 

 

121,061.  Artificial intelligence has the potential to solve all of the most difficult problems of today and tomorrow.  Max Tegmark

 

 

12,062.  The pace of progress in artificial intelligence (I’m not referring to narrow AI) is incredibly fast.  Unless you have direct exposure to groups like Deepmind, you have no idea how fast — it is growing at a pace close to exponential.  The risk of something seriously dangerous happening is in the five-year timeframe, ten years at most.  Elon Musk

 

 

121,063.  Scientists are creating AI today and setting the course for a new tomorrow.  How AI changes our lives now and in the future is up to us.  This is A.I., Discovery Science 2018

 

121,064.  Understanding language is one of the biggest challenges.  ibid.

 

121,065.  Researchers estimate that one out of four cars will be driverless by 2030.  (Artificial Intelligence & Car)  ibid.    

 

121,066.  Will it take away my job?  ibid.

 

 

128,530.  It’s intensely contemplative.  It is almost hypnotic.  It’s like putting your hand on the third rail of the universe.  If you play Go seriously there is a chance that you will get exposed to this experience that is kind of like nothing else on the planet.  (Games & Artificial Intelligence)  AlphaGo, Netflix 2017, dude

 

128,531.  We think of Deep Mind as kind of like an Apollo program for AI.  Our mission is to fundamentally understand intelligence.  (Games & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.  developer    

 

128,532.  The game of Go was the Holy Grail of Artificial Intelligence.  (Games & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.  developer #2

 

128,533.  I lose with a program.  And I don’t understand myself any more.  (Games & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.  Fan Hui, European champion

 

128,534.  I still think I have the advantage.  (Games & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.  Lee Sedol v Deep Mind, South Korean tournament  

 

128,535.  I want my style of Go to be something different, something new, my own thing.  Something that no-one has thought of before.  (Games & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.  Lee Sedol [18 world championships]

 

128,536.  This is the thing we were most afraid of: self-doubt.  (Games & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.  television commentator

 

128,537.  The computer just came out the victor.  (Games & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.  US commentator post-first-game

 

128,538.  Surely, AlphaGo is creative.  (Games & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.  Lee Sedol, Game 2  

 

128,539.  There is something I think frightening to people about a machine that learns on its own.  (Games & Artificial Intelligence)  ibid.  expert

 

128,540.  I couldn’t believe I won one game … after losing three games in a row.  ibid.  Lee Sedol