What to Talk about before We Create Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence has been a sort of holy grail for computer science for some time now, though it has remained consistently out of reach. There are a several opinions as to why we seem to be little closer to creating AGI today than we were two or three decades ago. We don’t know how to program an AGI, so the explanations for this lack of progress are varies. They range from it being a problem with the lack of understanding about how brains create intelligence, an issue of making a sufficiently accurate simulation of a human brain (regardless of knowing the specifics of how it creates consciousness), or simple lack of computing power and complexity (i.e. it should simply emerge from a sufficiently complex and powerful system).

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