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Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence and Wisdom in the Global Sustainable Information Society

Wolfgang Hofkirchner
2020 Proceedings (MDPI)  
The terms "intelligence", "Artificial Intelligence" (AI) and "wisdom" are discussed from the perspective of complex systems.  ...  Intelligence and AI without wisdom are not deemed sufficient to meet the conditions of a good society today.  ...  that expresses a new state of human co-operation.  ... 
doi:10.3390/proceedings47010039 fatcat:3tyc3yt7ana5bdbt7i3modat2q

The Coming Political: Challenges of Artificial Intelligence

Benjamin Gregg, Mediarep, Philipps Universität Marburg
2020 Digital Culture & Society  
The term is no less indeterminate in the sphere of artificial intelligence. Definitions are fluid in both cases.  ...  The near future will bring significant advances in technical and biotechnical areas, including the genetic enhancement of human intelligence (HI) as well as artificial intelligence (AI).  ...  This co-constitutive relationship with the environment, both physical and cultural, is distinctly political, as I will show.  ... 
doi:10.25969/mediarep/13530 fatcat:c3h2x6sai5dh5n67oxf7eao3t4

Intelligence Augmentation: Towards Building Human- machine Symbiotic Relationship

Lina Zhou, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Souren Paul, Haluk Demirkan, Lingyao (Ivy) Yuan, Jim Spohrer, Michelle Zhou, Julie Basu, Northern Kentucky University, University of Washington Tacoma, Iowa State University, IBM (+2 others)
2021 AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction  
Expanded from a panel discussion on Intelligence Augmentation at the 2020 International Conference of Information Systems (ICIS), we define IA in light of its history and evolution and classify IA based  ...  Intelligence augmentation (IA) has the potential to turn the tension between the two intelligence types into a symbiotic one.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the Editor-in-Chief, Fiona Nah, and the Managing Editor, Gregory D. Moody, for their support and guidance throughout the process.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1thci.00149 fatcat:evjwzwp2cra3tbf37s6chcsyuu

A knowledge-level model of co-ordination [chapter]

Sascha Ossowski, Ana García-Serrano
1996 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Co-ordination is one of the central research issues in Distributed Artificial Intelligence.  ...  Finally, we present a Knowledge-level model of co-ordination and illustrate it by specifying the co-ordination processes of an intelligent traffic management system.  ...  We aim to unify the above model of co-ordination with the idea of knowledge structuring by means of Knowledge Units at the KL.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-61314-5_20 fatcat:vvpx5hqb5jfl3pjmbjny5mxdaa

We-Think, We-Learn, We-Act: the Trialectic of Postdigital Collective Intelligence

Petar Jandrić
2019 Postdigital Science and Education  
So, collective intelligence is neither the opposite of collective stupidity nor the opposite of individual intelligence. It is the opposite of artificial intelligence.  ...  extracts co-created and co-produced (symbolic) goods and experiences for the benefit of the few; pushes towards symbiosis of humans and machines; and much more (see Peters and Jandrić 2018) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42438-019-00055-w fatcat:emhag3neknaqpnkp33u7yetfaa


Oxana Igorevna ELKHOVA, Alexandr Fedorovich KUDRYASHEV
2017 Creativity Studies  
This process seems to be a purposeful transformation, implying the reflection of any area of reality and construction of a new product.  ...  The conclusion is that systems with artificial intelligence cannot yet compete with a person at the pilot stage as they do not have an information database that can be compared with the database of a person's  ...  In connection with the above, on the topics of evolution and co-evolution, we note a number of points associated with the creative work of technicians.  ... 
doi:10.3846/23450479.2017.1348396 fatcat:5k3f2o3fafhn3bm6o46yswo474

Unconventional Classifiers and Anti-social Machine Intelligences: Artists Creating Spaces of Contestation and Sensibilities of Difference Across Human-Machine Networks

Monica Monin, Mediarep, Philipps Universität Marburg
2020 Digital Culture & Society  
Many works, with the accelerating assimilation of artificial intelligence technologies into everyday life, follow a critical path.  ...  Such as attempting to unveil how artificial intelligence materially works and is embodied, or to critically work through the potential future adoptions of artificial intelligence technologies into everyday  ...  experiences the world, and also the difference its presence makes within the constitutive fabric of experience 5 .  ... 
doi:10.25969/mediarep/13534 fatcat:qpppmart2vcejg7hlvtgwg7cjq

Smart Agent and it's effect on Artificial Intelligence : A Review Study

Renas Rajab Asaad, Veman Ashqi Saeed, Revink Masud Abdulhakim
Although a precise definition of an intelligent agent is still a work in progress, the current working definition is that Intelligent Software Agents are programs that act on behalf of their human users  ...  The use of the Internet has increased at a breakneck pace.  ...  (This is where theories and hypotheses come in.) What is artificial intelligence and how does it work?  ... 
doi:10.46291/icontechvol5iss4pp1-9 fatcat:uj5fjkf5zjabpkzshqdwrdx7cy

What Makes AI 'Intelligent' and 'Caring'? Exploring Affect and Relationality Across Three Sites of Intelligence and Care

Dr Giulia De Togni, Dr Sonja Erikainen, Dr Sarah Chan, Sarah Cunningham-Burley
2021 Social Science and Medicine  
divisions between humans and machines, and humans vis-à-vis artificial intelligence-based technologies.  ...  of 'human' and 'artificial' intelligence, through an examination of how AI is used across different dimensions of intelligence.  ...  The authors would like to thank Dr Jane Hopton for inspiring discussions about AI and dimensions of intelligence, and three anonymous reviewers as well as the editor in chief Dr Timmemans at Social Science  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2021.113874 pmid:33901725 fatcat:ortrfxuqkjfbblur3gs7ssruja


Odirile Sepeng
2019 Pretoria Student Law Review  
Second, I reflect on; 1) the possible impact of the 4IR on the employment relationship and 2) the new and/or adaptive skills requirements.  ...  This promotes a constitutional obligation to protect the interests of workers, in light of technological advancement, that have the potential to widen the income inequality gap.  ...  flexible work environment and accommodates artificial intelligence and the advancement of human capital. 30 Weiss argues that employment labour is not a commodity and therefore the employment relationship  ... 
doi:10.29053/pslr.v13i.1868 fatcat:rtwxz3dsgrbhtdxmcmr6u7cj2e

The Disappearing Human: Gnostic Dreams in a Transhumanist World

Jeffrey Pugh
2017 Religions  
These qualities emerge from a distinct set of structural couplings embodied within multiple organ systems and the multiplicity of connections within the brain.  ...  This embodiment suggests that human consciousness, and the intricate levels of experience that accompany it, cannot be replicated in non-organic forms such as computers or synaptic implants without a significant  ...  Transhumanist ideas have become a passion for a growing group of thinkers and scientists working in the areas of genetics, nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, and robotics.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rel8050081 fatcat:ezhk35k63fh6ln7m2ltmd2wgkq

SiP 2017 panel: speculations and concerns on robots' status in society

Erik Stengler, Jimena Escudero Pérez
2017 JCOM: Journal of Science Communication  
Studying fictional depictions of robots and artificial intelligence in cinematographic science fiction narratives acquires a new level of relevance as legislators' approaches to the subject seem to be  ...  This panel of Science in Public 2017 presented various on-going investigations of this kind, showing that the critical mass in this area of research is growing  ...  little room for a more nuanced and realistic representation of the potential benefits and problems that can arise from the interaction with real-world robots and artificial intelligence.  ... 
doi:10.22323/2.16040306 fatcat:nqccyavj25af5kk3x2ob2ahism

Smart Spaces, Information Processing, and the Question of Intelligence

Casey R. Lynch, Vincent J. Del Casino
2019 Annals of the American Association of Geographers  
Engaging debates on the distinction between cognition and consciousness, we argue for a view of intelligence as multiple, partial, and situated in and inbetween spaces, bodies, objects, and technologies  ...  This paper opens the notion of "intelligence" to contestation, examining differing conceptions of intelligence and what they may mean for how geographers approach the theorization of "smart" spaces.  ...  While this reframing problematically re-asserts the binary of human and nonhuman it also suggests the possibility of a theorization based in co-constitution and not a binary logic.  ... 
doi:10.1080/24694452.2019.1617103 fatcat:qbcilu65ofcbzco7iyuuhayefq

Technological Progress, Artificial Intelligence Development and Ethical Paradigms

Septiana Dwiputri MAHARANI, Khairul AMIN, Alya Farah TAUFIQOH
2022 wisdom  
This research seeks to analyze the artificial intelligence (AI) development in Indonesia, one of the developing countries with a high level of attention to technological development, by offering an ethical  ...  Against the historical-philosophical backdrop of the technological development in human life and its relationships and possibilities, the offer of the ethical paradigm is intended to be the basis for the  ...  Acknowledgement The authors would like to thank our sponsors for providing funding and support.  ... 
doi:10.24234/wisdom.v22i2.636 fatcat:k6kc2zdujbggnhgzo5azd4l424

Computational tradeoffs under bounded resources

Eric Horvitz, Shlomo Zilberstein
2001 Artificial Intelligence  
Over the nearly fifty years of research in Artificial Intelligence, investigators have continued to highlight the computational hardness of implementing core competencies associated with intelligence.  ...  Key pillars of AI, including search, constraint propagation, belief updating, learning, decision making, and the associated real-world challenges of planning, perception, natural language understanding  ...  The review of manuscripts that included a co-editor as an author was managed exclusively in a discrete manner by the uninvolved co-editor.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0004-3702(01)00051-0 fatcat:jberehb5sbbfpacgmm6daqtlmy
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