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by Joe McCormick | May 16, 2014
Computers and brains don't work the same way but that hasn't stopped us from trying to make computers that can "think."
by Joe McCormick | May 14, 2014
Futurists often talk about computers and brains as if they were interchangeable. Your hosts explore the many ways that computers and brains are fundamentally different, as well as what each machine is best and worst at.
by Joe McCormick | May 13, 2014
by Joe McCormick | Apr 18, 2014
Can we create a friendly artificial intelligence? Is such a thing impossible? We look at the best and worst case scenarios.
by Joe McCormick | Apr 16, 2014
What is the concept of the Singularity? What are the different pathways? Is it really only a couple of decades away?
by Jonathan Strickland | Apr 7, 2014
by Joe McCormick | Mar 5, 2014
Why do machines have so much trouble understanding natural language? We look at how machines process information and the challenges of making natural language processing a reality.
by Joe McCormick | Feb 28, 2014
Will robots and humans ever marry each other? We examine human-robot relationships and the ethical problems associated with them.
by Joe McCormick | Feb 21, 2014
Will robots one day look after our children? What's the future of robotic servants and will we trust them with the care of kids?
by Joe McCormick | Dec 18, 2013
Can a computer be aware of what it's doing? We look at the famous Chinese Room thought experiment and the possibility of smart AI.
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