On January 10, The Guardian’s Science Weekly released it’s second installment in the “Questioning A.I” series: What Kind of Intelligence will we create?
People often express worries about “human-level” Artificial Intelligence, with some predicting it will be here in only a couple of decades with others saying it may never happen. But in this episode Ian Sample asks if that is even a reasonable goal. Is “human-level” intelligence even what researchers are aiming for? Or do we need to broaden our thinking to include other forms of intelligence? What kind of intelligence will AI researchers create?
You can listen to the thirty-eight minute episode here.