January 5th, 2019 by

 
“One of Wolfram's points has been that any natural process can embody universal computation. Once you have universal computation, it seems like in principle, you might be able to get intelligent behavior emerging even if it's not programmed. So then, it's not clear that there's some bright line that separates human intelligence from the rest of the intelligence. I think when we say "artificial intelligence," what we're getting at is the idea that it would be something that we could bring into being, either by designing or probably more likely by evolving it in a laboratory setting.” Episode 76: A Conversation with Rudy Rucker https://voicesinai.com/episode/episode-76-a-conversation-with-rudy-rucker/?utm_campaign=Petervan%27s+Delicacies&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Revue+newsletter via Instapaper

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