Publikasjon

Human cognition and the AI revolution

Steve Paulson, Barbara J. Grosz, Roger Antonsen
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
@article{PaulsonGroszAntonsen19,
  author =       {Steve Paulson and Barbara J. Grosz and Roger Antonsen},
  title =        {Human cognition and the {AI} revolution},
  journal =      {Annals of the {N}ew {Y}ork {A}cademy of {S}ciences},
  volume =       0,
  number =       0,
  keywords =     {reality, human cognition, artificial intelligence, AI, computers, mathematics, Turing test, bias},
  doi =          {10.1111/nyas.14122},
  url =          {https://nyaspubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/nyas.14122},
  eprint =
                  {https://nyaspubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/nyas.14122},
  abstract =     {Discovering the true nature of reality may ultimately hinge on grasping the nature and essence of human understanding. What are the fundamental elements or building blocks of human cognition? And how will the rise of superintelligent machines challenge our ideas about cognition, reality, and the limits of human understanding? Logician/mathematician Roger Antonsen and computer science pioneer Barbara J. Grosz join forces to shed light on these questions and the horizon of artificial intelligence.},
}	  

Sammendrag

Discovering the true nature of reality may ultimately hinge on grasping the nature and essence of human understanding. What are the fundamental elements or building blocks of human cognition? And how will the rise of superintelligent machines challenge our ideas about cognition, reality, and the limits of human understanding? Logician/mathematician Roger Antonsen and computer science pioneer Barbara J. Grosz join forces to shed light on these questions and the horizon of artificial intelligence.