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May 28, 2024

AGI Is the Most Important Technology of Our Time #singularitynet #agi #ai #singularity

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May 28, 2024

Tyler Goldstein’s Theory of Everyone: Sentient Singularity

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, singularity

Dive into the intriguing world of Sentient Singularity Theory, a groundbreaking framework that seeks to explain the interconnected nature of consciousness, cosmology, and metaphysics. Created by Tyler Goldstein, this theory posits that every particle and atom in the universe is a conscious participant in the grand dance of existence. Discover how the universe is viewed not just as a mechanical construct but as a living organism, where space, time, matter, and force emerge from the interactions of sentient beings. Join us as we explore the Four Primary Perspectives, the concept of infinite-oneness, and the idea of a self-simulating universe. Through this journey, we’ll challenge conventional understandings and delve deep into the philosophical and metaphysical implications of a Theory of Everyone. Don’t miss this thought-provoking exploration into the very fabric of reality.

#SentientSingularityTheory #Consciousness #Metaphysics #Cosmology #TheoryOfEverything.

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May 11, 2024

Singreply (1).Pdf

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The singularity a reply to his critics by David Chalmers.


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May 11, 2024

Carl Correns Foundation

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension, robotics/AI, singularity

There used to be the concept of a “singularity”. The idea was that computers would become smarter than humans and start to replace them. Even the idea that humanity would be substituted by silicon-based computing machines (robots) was suggested. Against that two years ago we set the concept of “The convergence”. This assumes that biological and silicon-based computation would merge in the sense of better control over biological processes like diseases and longevity. It is essentially a deeply humanistic perspective, in spite of being futuristic, and not taking misuses actively into account.

May 7, 2024

These new AI breakthroughs will change Life forever

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What if AI was trained to create & edit DNA?#ainews #airesearch #science #biotech #medicine #dna #ai #agi #singularityNewsletter: https://aisearch.substack.c

Apr 26, 2024

Hugo de Garis: The Artilect War

Posted by in categories: military, singularity

Extract from the documentary “Singularity or Bust”.Pr. Hugo de Garis describes his view of a potential future warfare resulting from the conflict between pro…

Apr 13, 2024

Ray Kurzweil & Geoff Hinton Debate the Future of AI | EP #95

Posted by in categories: health, information science, Ray Kurzweil, robotics/AI, singularity

In this episode, recorded during the 2024 Abundance360 Summit, Ray, Geoffrey, and Peter debate whether AI will become sentient, what consciousness constitutes, and if AI should have rights.

Ray Kurzweil, an American inventor and futurist, is a pioneer in artificial intelligence. He has contributed significantly to OCR, text-to-speech, and speech recognition technologies. He is the author of numerous books on AI and the future of technology and has received the National Medal of Technology and Innovation, among other honors. At Google, Kurzweil focuses on machine learning and language processing, driving advancements in technology and human potential.

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Apr 3, 2024

As ‘The Matrix’ turns 25, the chilling artificial intelligence (AI) projection at its core isn’t as outlandish as it once seemed

Posted by in categories: ethics, Ray Kurzweil, robotics/AI, singularity

People like the veteran computer scientist Ray Kurzweil had anticipated that humanity would reach the technological singularity (where an AI agent is just as smart as a human) for yonks, outlining his thesis in ‘The Singularity is Near’ (2005) – with a projection for 2029.

Disciples like Ben Goertzel have claimed it can come as soon as 2027. Nvidia’s CEO Jensen Huang says it’s “five years away”, joining the likes of OpenAI CEO Sam Altman and others in predicting an aggressive and exponential escalation. Should these predictions be true, they will also introduce a whole cluster bomb of ethical, moral, and existential anxieties that we will have to confront. So as The Matrix turns 25, maybe it wasn’t so far-fetched after all?

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Mar 31, 2024

The Future Is Nearer with Ray Kurzweil

Posted by in categories: biological, media & arts, Ray Kurzweil, robotics/AI, singularity

Unlike me, Kurzweil has been embracing AI for decades. In his 2005 book, The Singularity Is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology, Kurzweil made the bold prediction that AI would expand human intelligence exponentially, changing life as we know it. He wasn’t wrong. Now in his 70s, Kurzweil is upping the ante in his newest book, The Singularity Is Nearer: When We Merge with AI, revisiting his prediction of the melding of human and machine, with 20 additional years of data showing the exponential rate of technological advancement. It’s a fascinating look at the future and the hope for a better world.

Kurzweil has long been recognized as a great thinker. The son of a musician father and visual artist mother, he grew up in New York City and at a young age became enamored with computers, writing his first computer program at the age of 15.

While at MIT, earning a degree in computer science and literature, Kurzweil started a company that created a computer program to match high school students with colleges. In the ensuing years, he went on to found (and sell) multiple technology-fueled companies and inventions, including the first reading machine for the blind and the first music synthesizer capable of re-creating the grand piano and other orchestral instruments (inspired by meeting Stevie Wonder). He has authored 11 books.

Mar 26, 2024

Accelerando: Accelerando is a 2005 science fiction novel consisting of a series of interconnected short stories written by British author Charles Stross

Posted by in categories: futurism, singularity

As well as normal hardback and paperback editions, it was released as a free e-book under the CC BY-NC-ND license. Accelerando won the Locus Award in 2006, and was nominated for several other awards in 2005 and 2006, including the Hugo, Campbell, Clarke, and British Science Fiction Association Awards.

The book is a collection of nine short stories telling the tale of three generations of a family before, during, and after a technological singularity. It was originally written as a series of novelettes and novellas, all published in Asimov’s Science Fiction magazine in the period 2001 to 2004. According to Stross, the initial inspiration for the stories was his experience working as a programmer for a high-growth company during the dot-com boom of the 1990s.

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