Paradox in AI – AI 2.0: The Way to Machine Consciousness [chapter]

Peter Palensky, Dietmar Bruckner, Anna Tmej, Tobias Deutsch
2009 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
Artificial Intelligence, the big promise of the last millennium, has apparently made its way into our daily lives. Cell phones with speech control, evolutionary computing in data mining or power grids, optimized via neural network, show its applicability in industrial environments. The original expectation of true intelligence and thinking machines lies still ahead of us. Researchers are, however, optimistic as never before. This paper tries to compare the views, challenges and approaches of
more » ... eral disciplines: engineering, psychology, neuroscience, philosophy. It gives a short introduction to Psychoanalysis, discusses the term consciousness, social implications of intelligent machines, related theories, and expectations and shall serve as a starting point for first attempts of combining these diverse thoughts.
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03978-2_18 fatcat:uhuqmimofbg45j35qpy57cqm7q