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Artificial Superintelligence
作者 Roman V. Yampolskiy
出版社 Chapman and Hall/CRC
ISBN 9781482234435
分類 Engineering > Electrical & Electronic Engineering
價格 HK$416.00
 
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A day does not go by without a news article reporting some amazing breakthrough in artificial intelligence (AI). Many philosophers, futurists, and AI researchers have conjectured that human-level AI will be developed in the next 20 to 200 years. If these predictions are correct, it raises new and sinister issues related to our future in the age of intelligent machines. Artificial Superintelligence: A Futuristic Approach directly addresses these issues and consolidates research aimed at making sure that emerging superintelligence is beneficial to humanity.

While specific predictions regarding the consequences of superintelligent AI vary from potential economic hardship to the complete extinction of humankind, many researchers agree that the issue is of utmost importance and needs to be seriously addressed. Artificial Superintelligence: A Futuristic Approach discusses key topics such as:

* AI-Completeness theory and how it can be used to see if an artificial intelligent agent has attained human level intelligence

* Methods for safeguarding the invention of a superintelligent system that could theoretically be worth trillions of dollars

* Self-improving AI systems: definition, types, and limits

* The science of AI safety engineering, including machine ethics and robot rights

* Solutions for ensuring safe and secure confinement of superintelligent systems

* The future of superintelligence and why long-term prospects for humanity to remain as the dominant species on Earth are not great

Artificial Superintelligence: A Futuristic Approach is designed to become a foundational text for the new science of AI safety engineering. AI researchers and students, computer security researchers, futurists, and philosophers should find this an invaluable resource.


Preface Acknowledgments About the Author

AI-Completeness: The Problem Domain of Superintelligent Machines Introduction The Theory of AI-Completeness Definitions Turing Test as the First AI-Complete Problem Reducing Other Problems to a TT Other Probably AI-Complete Problems First AI-Hard Problem: Programming Beyond AI-Completeness Conclusions References

The Space of Mind Designs and the Human Mental Model Introduction Infinitude of Minds Size, Complexity, and Properties of Minds Space of Mind Designs A Survey of Taxonomies Mind Cloning and Equivalence Testing Across Substrates Conclusions References

How to Prove You Invented Superintelligence So No One Else Can Steal It Introduction and Motivation Zero Knowledge Proof Captcha AI-Completeness Supercaptcha Conclusions References

Wireheading, Addiction, and Mental Illness in Machines Introduction Wireheading in Machines Sensory Illusions: A Form of Indirect Wireheading Potential Solutions to the Wireheading Problem Perverse Instantiation Conclusions and Future Work References

On the Limits of Recursively Self-Improving Artificially Intelligent Systems Introduction Taxonomy of Types of Self-Improvement On the Limits of Recursively Self-Improving Artificially Intelligent Systems Analysis RSI Convergence Theorem Conclusions References

Singularity Paradox and What to Do About It Introduction to the Singularity Paradox Methods Proposed For Dealing with SP Prevention from Development Restricted Deployment Incorporation into Society Self-Monitoring Indirect Solutions Analysis of Solutions Future Research Directions Conclusions References

Superintelligence Safety Engineering Ethics and Intelligent Systems Artificial Intelligence Safety Engineering Grand Challenge Artificial General Intelligence Research is Unethical Robot Rights Conclusions References

Artificial Intelligence Confinement Problem (and Solution) Introduction Artificial Intelligence Confinement Problem Hazardous Software Critique of the Confinement Approach Possible Escape Paths Social Engineering Attacks System Resource Attacks Beyond Current Physics Attacks Pseudoscientific Attacks External Causes of Escape Information In-Leaking Critique of the AI-Boxing Critique Countermeasures against Escape Preventing Social Engineering Attacks Preventing System Resource Attacks and Future Threat Preventing External Causes of Escape Preventing Information In-Leaking AI Communication Security How to Safely Communicate With a Superintelligence Conclusions and Future Work References

Efficiency Theory: A Unifying Theory for Information, Computation, and Intelligence Introduction Efficiency Theory Information and Knowledge Intelligence and Computation Time and Space Compressibility and Randomness Oracles and Undecidability Intractable and Tractable Conclusions and Future Directions References

Controlling the Impact of Future Superintelligence Why I Wrote This Book Machine Ethics Is a Wrong Approach Can the Problem Be Avoided? References


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