Blog: Artificial Intelligence
In the first/classical paradigm of Artificial Intelligence we had classical binary computing systems that used algorithms to mimic logical human thinking and machine learning. The Turing Test a.k.a. Imitation Game was designed to score this, by measuring the system’s probability of being misidentified as a human subject.
The second paradigm of Artificial Intelligence would define AI more holistically as:
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an autonomous, embodied, situated and self-sufficient system utilizing an enactive Bayesian cognitive brain powered by Quantum Computing (QC) and driven by the laws of the Free Energy Principle, actively and purposely engaged in the quest of achieving and embodying Artificial Consciousness (AC).
The end result of the second AI paradigm would be for example the fictional character Lieutenant Commander Data from Star Trek.
The third paradigm of Artificial Intelligence would implement emotions with the help of more advanced QC distributed more granularly, actively and purposely engaged in the quest of embodying/transferring Human Consciousness (HC). Having achieved this milestone, the human kind will embark in the ultimate quest towards physical immortality.
That is if the AI doesn’t destroy humans first. That being said, it is in our nature to try anyway and to be honest there’s only one way to find out.