Can Artificial Intelligence Be Safe?
Artificial intelligence is a concept that has existed for centuries, although the term itself was first coined in 1955 . The concept referred to machines that displayed a behaviour that appeared to require intelligence, and with modern computing, it became possible to create machines whose behaviour was the result of a complex analytical process. In particular, systems that are capable of receiving feedback from their previous behaviour and modifying their reactions to the same kind of input (stimuli) appear to be using intelligence and“learning from their mistakes”.
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