Artificial Intelligent Systems, Book Learning, and Memory Creationby Charlotte Lancaster We believe in Quality
How much information should we program to an artificially intelligent robotic system? Well, perhaps that is determined by the jobs, which will be assigned. Indeed the purpose of the system makes sense, so let us say the system is to become an adviser to humans in a leadership role of some sort?
Perhaps a system like the USS Enterprise primary computer to advise Captain Kirk or perhaps to advise our own US Military central command or even a CEO of a multinational conglomerate?
Should we, therefore, program the machine including all the whole library of congress? The whole Internet archives and all the world's knowledge?
How much is too much and how should we go about it? Well, perhaps these new digital library initiatives, which are digitizing every book could be placed into the computer memory banks? Makes sense right?
And then, what will a system like this be worth? What would it do if there is conflicting data, as we all understand there are conflicting data collections in Wikipedia, Britannica and even our very own annals of history?
Then there's an problem of perception? As an example, if you had been an American then the attack on Pearl Harbor was a cowardness event, but if you were a Japanese subsequently your history reveals it was a surprise attack and a critical battle and success and the best surprise attacks in contemporary warfare history. Can you find the issue with programming novel knowledge into unnaturally intelligent systems yet?
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