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A.I. Developer Challenges Pro-Human Bias

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    Last Updated: July 30, 2009

    destinyland writes “After 13 years, the creator of the Noble Ape cognitive simulation says he’s learned two things about artificial intelligence. ‘Survival is a far better metric of intelligence than replicating human intelligence,’ and “There are a number of examples of vastly more intelligent systems (in terms of survival) than human intelligence.” Both Apple and Intel have used his simulation as a processor metric, but now Tom Barbalet argues its insights could be broadly applied to real life. His examples of durable non-human systems? The legal system, the health care system, and even the internet, where individual humans are simply the ‘passive maintaining agents,’ and the systems can’t be conquered without a human onslaught that’s several magnitudes larger.”

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