Powerpoint presented Thursday, November 13, 2014 at the AAAI Fall 2014 Symposium FS14-07 on The Nature of Humans and Machines: A Multidisciplinary Discourse (Washington, DC).
The frame problem (McCarthy & Hayes, Dennett), the symbol grounding problem (Harnad) and the semantic grounding problem (Searle) all strongly indicate that we are not going to create an artificial intelligence until we create an artificial self. Of course, creating an artificial self immediately raises important safety and moral issues (while solving others). We outline an initial plan to safely and morally create the infrastructure for and the actuality of an artificial self.
Presentation Powerpoint * Proceedings PDF presented November 9, 2014 at the 2014 Annual International Conference on Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures (Boston, Massachusetts).
After nearly sixty years of failing to program artificial intelligence (AI), it is now time to grow it using an enactive approach instead. Critically, however, we need to ensure that it matures with a “moral sense” that will ensure the safety and well-being of the human race. Implementing consciousness and conscience is the next step the way towards creating safe and cooperative machine entities.
Presented Oct. 1, 2014 at the CCNLSI‘s Public Symposium (Georgetown University) on
Machines, Minds & Meaning: Technical, Philosophical & Neuroethical Issues in AI
Event Flyer * Presentation PDF * Presentation Powerpoint