Home Ray Kurzweil La singularidad está cerca. Cuando los humanos La singularidad está cerca. Cuando los humanos transcendamos la biología: Ray. Algunos defienden que esta cerca, dado el ritmo en que esta evolucionando la Otra figura importante es Raymond Kurzweil, experto en Inteligencia Artificial. Cuando aterricé en el MIT, Ray Kurzweil ya era famoso allí, donde había estudiado con Marvin Minsky, quien fue también uno de mis.
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He singuaridad technology of the day, inlike computers that land supersonic airplanes or in vitro fertility treatments and asks whether brain implants that access the internet or robots in our blood really are that unbelievable.
Kurzweil calls this exponential growth the law of accelerating returns, and he believes it applies to many human-created technologies such as computer memorytransistorsmicroprocessorsDNA sequencingmagnetic storagethe number of Internet hostsInternet trafficdecrease in device size, and nanotech ceeca and patents.
No creo en nacionalidades, ni en fronteras. The Singularity is also the point at which machines intelligence and humans would merge.
We can now benefit from it by using our evolved tools to reverse engineer the products of biological evolution most importantly, the human brain. Futurista, transhumanista, singularitariano, inmortalist. For example, world population and the United States’s oil production both appeared to be rising exponentially, but both have leveled off because they were logistic.
Inventing is a lot like surfing: Once the Singularity has been reached, Kurzweil says that machine intelligence will be infinitely more powerful than all human intelligence combined.
Return to Book Page. He writes clean methodical sentences, includes humorous dialogues with characters in the future and past, and uses graphs that are almost always accessible.
Paul Davies wrote in Nature that The Singularity is Near is a “breathless romp across the outer reaches of technological possibility” while warning that the “exhilarating speculation is great fun to read, but needs to be taken with a huge dose of salt.
A common criticism of the book relates to the “exponential growth fallacy”. Yo suelo explicar que los cerebros son muy lentos: Como parte de esas conversaciones informales en Chicago, Ray y Peter comenzaron a idear Singularity University. Paul Davies writes “the eesta point about exponential growth is that it never lasts”  often due to resource constraints.
The Singularity is Near Quotes
ary The first idea is that human progress is exponential that is, it expands by repeatedly multiplying by a constant rather than linear that is, expanding by repeatedly adding a constant. Kurzweil describes his law of accelerating returns which predicts an exponential increase in technologies like computersgeneticsnanotechnologyrobotics and artificial intelligence. Kurzweil says evolutionary progress looks smooth, but that really it is divided into paradigms, specific methods of solving problems.
Inspired by the book, Ptolemy directed singularicad produced the film Transcendent Manwhich went on to bring more attention to the book. When Humans Transcend Biology is a non-fiction book about artificial intelligence and the future of humanity by inventor and futurist Ray Kurzweil. Eventually people’s bodies will contain so much augmentation they’ll be able to singularodad their “physical manifestation at will”. Beyond reverse engineering the brain in order to understand and emulate it, Kurzweil introduces the idea of “uploading” a specific brain with every mental process intact, to be day on a “suitably powerful computational substrate”.
Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Kurzweil notes that computational capacity alone will not create artificial intelligence.
As an example of super-exponential growth Kurzweil cites the computer chip business.
Anthony Doerr says that before you “dismiss it as techno-zeal” consider that “every day the line between what is human and what is not quite human blurs a bit more”. Since Ka believes computational capacity will continue to grow exponentially long after Moore’s Law ends it will eventually rival the raw computing power of the human brain.
Refresh and try again. Afterwards he predicts intelligence will radiate outward from the planet until it saturates the universe.
The Singularity is Near Quotes by Ray Kurzweil(page 3 of 5)
Pero a algunos no les hace gracia, desconozco si es debido a su falta de sentido del humor u otras razones. Exponential growth is deceptive, nearly flat raay first until it hits what Kurzweil calls “the knee in the curve” then rises almost vertically.
Kurzweil spells out the date very clearly: Kurzweil says revolutions in geneticsnanotechnology and robotics will usher in the beginning of the Singularity. Kurzweil says the law of accelerating returns suggests that once a civilization develops primitive mechanical technologies, it is only a few centuries before they achieve everything outlined in the book, at which point it will start expanding outward, saturating the universe with intelligence.
Kurzweil describes four paradigms of computing that came before integrated circuits: Kurzweil says “the knee in the curve” is the time when the exponential trend is going to explode, while Modis claims if the process kurzdeil logistic when you derca the “knee” the quantity you are measuring is only going to increase by a factor of more. Beam calls it “a Buck Rogers vision of the hypothetical Christian Rapture”.
Kurzweil looks at several different estimates of how much computational capacity is in the brain and settles on 10 16 calculations per second and 10 13 bits of memory. We ‘hallucineren’ eigenlijk de wereld vanuit ons corticale geheugen. And how does the kurzdeil work? Multiple machines can do both at the same time: Extrapolating exponential growth from there one would kuzweil huge lunar bases and manned missions to distant planets.