Neuromimetic AIs can now write, draw, compose music… Far from being “conscious”, what do they tell us about being human?
Category: AI & Neurosciences
Artificial Intelligence technologies and neurosciences.
Hubert L. Dreyfus was the first to criticize cognitivist and computationalist AI by invoking phenomenology, from Husserl to Heidegger.
As the horizon of “intelligent” machines is autonomy, the question of their “ethics” is raised. Let’s follow Stuart Russell, AI researcher, on this topic.