Visits the AI: More than Human exhibit, London

When I’m not exploring the virtual world occasionally venture out into the real one. A fascinating exploration of AI at the Barbican running into the Autumn.

Leeds Bear

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““The real question is, when will we draft an artificial intelligence bill of rights? What will that consist of? And who will get to decide that?”

Gray Scott

I had always been under the somewhat false impression the concept of Artificial Intelligence was a relatively modern construct. Certainly, an argument could be made the motion only really entered the cultural zeitgeist in the last two or three decades or so with the development and progression of PC architecture and technological advancement leading towards a drive for miniaturization and a trajectory of human emulation. Indeed my preconception on the subject was an attempt to emulate the human condition in its most complex state, the personality, the undefinable element of our subconscious most commonly associated in theological terms as the spark of life, indeed perhaps the human soul itself. To my astonishment, a reflection of my own ignorance of the matter, the…

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