The road to Skynet, as we see it.
“If we invent machines that can think, then those machines will invent machines that can think and they’ll invent better machines and very quickly the machines will be a thousand times better then us.”
In 1950, Alan Turing defined the “Turing Test” as a machine’s ability to be indistinguishable from humans. In the same year, John von Neumann defined the “Technological Singularity” as the point at which machines would gain super-human intelligence and then be able to build machines increasingly super-human in a chain reaction that allowed them to evolve far beyond us.
In the shadows, machines are increasing their superiority at a frightening rate. This is a chronology of the events toward singularity, as we can depict it out of the public scene.
updated every month
15 feb 2018 – AI startups ramp up
10 feb 2018 – His 2020 Campaign Message – Robots Are Coming
5 feb 2018 – AI making music
23 ian 2018 – Google’s AI Makes Its Own AI Children
23 ian 2018 – AI generated Coachella lineup
6 nov 2017 – Renault and the first car driven by human mind
25 oct 2017 – Sophia, the first robot to be granted citizenship
22 oct 2017 – Brain acceleration technique
18 oct 2017 – AlphaGo Zero, a step closer to singularity
oct 2017 – Artificial intelligence camera
13 Iunie 2017 – Just 10% of trade is regular stock picking