publication . Article . 2005

Human-Level Artificial Intelligence? Be Serious!

Nilsson, Nils J.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 15 Dec 2005
  • Publisher: Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence
I claim that achieving real human-level artificial intelligence would necessarily imply that most of the tasks that humans perform for pay could be automated. Rather than work toward this goal of automation by building special-purpose systems, I argue for the development of general-purpose, educable systems that can learn and be taught to perform any of the thousands of jobs that humans can perform. Joining others who have made similar proposals, I advocate beginning with a system that has minimal, although extensive, built-in capabilities. These would have to include the ability to improve through learning along with many other abilities.
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