Hans-Georg Michna<br />
Some people assume that we will inevitably create artificial intelligence that is higher than ours and will ultimately supersede us, possibly within the next 30 years, almost inevitably within the next 100. This lecture analyzes potential structures of hyperintelligent artificial life and looks at possible scenarios for the transition from human to post-human rule.<br />
Some topics are differences between human and artificial thinking, the conflict between the wish to raise artificial intelligence levels and the danger of creating artificial hyperintelligent life forms, ways in which hyperintelligent computers could acquire an expansion instinct, and the dangers we face after we have, intentionally or accidentally, created artificial life.
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