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Thinking Machines and the Philosophy of Computer Science: Concepts and Principles
Modern computer scientists and engineers are creating, expanding, and improving a complex world of smart new technologies from da Vinci robotic surgery to the iPhone's new intelligent personal assistant Siri to a world of interesting robots like Qbo, who learns to recognize itself in a mirror, and beyond.
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When one thinks about wisdom, images of the Dalai Lama, Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr. or Nelson Mandela rapidly pop into mind. It is no wonder that the idea of artificial wisdom sounds nonsensical, if the implicit aim is to replicate any of these historical figures. It is something akin to expecting an artificial Einstein coming from an AI lab next week.
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IGI Global would like to thank Dr. David Casacuberta for contributing this guest editorial post.
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Feb 11, 2011 Wisdom Defined
Despite wisdom's high status, the first sages had problems in dealing with it and stated that only God(s) have a privilege of having wisdom and that people must follow their wise recommendations. Even philosophers in modern times continue to think the same way, perhaps due to their disappointment of humans' unwise dealings.
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According to the Dalai Lama there is no reason to consider that a computer couldn't be enlightened. It is difficult even to imagine it now, and nobody is actually doing much research about it, but it is in synchrony with recent developments in Artificial Intelligence: the quest for a wise computer.
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Join our upcoming Online Symposium on Tuesday January 11, 2011 Recent digital technologies have enabled full-sensory, long-term 3D immersions in online learning.
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You may have always wanted a robot to help you out around the house, but have you ever wanted a robot to greet you? Researchers in Israel are searching for a robot with this capability as they hold a contest to find a robot to complete a new task: shaking a human hand. Recent years have seen amazing developments in robotics, and scientists have managed to create robots that can walk, cook, fold laundry, and complete many more human tasks.
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The intricate nature of complex systems intrinsically requires a great deal of coordination. Systems such as large corporations reap major benefits from communication and planning.
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Despite wisdom's high status, the first sages had problems dealing with it. They stated that only God(s) had the privilege of having wisdom, and that people must follow their wise recommendations.
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