[FoR&AI] The Seven Deadly Sins of Predicting the Future of AI – Rodney Brooks


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[An essay in my series on the Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence .] We are surrounded by hysteria about the future of Artificial Intelligence and…
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[An essay in my series on the Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence .] We are surrounded by hysteria about the future of Artificial Intelligence and…
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september 2017 by hustwj
just for some realistic perspective on “AI” -
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september 2017 by fabianmu
Favorite tweet:

That @markhurrell pointed me at a top read: the 7 deadly sins of predicting the future of AI: https://t.co/mz3jae4Wau Let's all calm down.

— Jen Allum (@Jen_Allum) September 19, 2017

http://twitter.com/Jen_Allum/status/910147329033981958
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september 2017 by chaoxian
"When you see pundits warn about the forthcoming wonders or terrors of robotics and Artificial Intelligence I recommend carefully evaluating their arguments against these seven pitfalls. In my experience one can always find two or three or four of these problems with their arguments.

Predicting the future is really hard, especially ahead of time."
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september 2017 by mechazoidal
That pointed me at a top read: the 7 deadly sins of predicting the future of AI: Let's all calm down.
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september 2017 by neillyneil
Most technologies are overestimated in the short term. They are the shiny new thing. Artificial Intelligence has the distinction of having been the shiny new thing and being overestimated again and again, in the 1960’s, in the 1980’s, and I believe again now. (Some of the marketing messages from large companies on their AI offerings are truly delusional, and may have very bad blowback for them in the not too distant future.)

Not all technologies get underestimated in the long term, but that is most likely the case for AI. The question is how long is the long term. The next six errors that I talk about help explain how the timing for the long term is being grossly underestimated for the future of AI.
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september 2017 by sentinelle
Great reasoning, fantastic writing

[FoR&AI] The Seven Deadly Sins of Predicting the Future of AI – Rodney Brooks
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september 2017 by miljko
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september 2017 by demon386
It's a bit depressing that _Rodney Brooks_ feels he needs to take the time to say these obvious things.
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september 2017 by cshalizi
[FoR&AI] The Seven Deadly Sins of Predicting the Future of AI – Rodney Brooks
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september 2017 by jackysee
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september 2017 by sbmandal
We are surrounded by hysteria about the future of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. There is hysteria about how powerful they will become how quickly, and there is hysteria about what they will do to jobs.
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[FoR&AI] The Seven Deadly Sins of Predicting the Future of AI – Rodney Brooks
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september 2017 by jubois
We are surrounded by hysteria about the future of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. There is hysteria about how powerful they will become how quickly, and there is hysteria about what they will do to jobs.
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september 2017 by JorgeAranda
[An essay in my series on the Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence .] We are surrounded by hysteria about the future of Artificial Intelligence and…
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september 2017 by mortenjust
Great article on the future of AI. If you're curious about when the robot overlords are coming, read this.
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september 2017 by danbri
Great article on the future of AI. If you're curious about when the robot overlords are coming, read this.
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september 2017 by ger
"Predicting the future is really hard, especially ahead of time."
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september 2017 by freerange_inc
[An essay in my series on the Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence .] We are surrounded by hysteria about the future of Artificial Intelligence and…
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september 2017 by johnrclark
RT @rodneyabrooks: A new essay in my Future of Robotics & AI series--why people are so bad at predicting how soon things will come.
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september 2017 by adrianh
[An essay in my series on the Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence .] We are surrounded by hysteria about the future of Artificial Intelligence and…
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september 2017 by sevas
[FoR&AI] The Seven Deadly Sins of Predicting the Future of AI – Rodney Brooks (via natch)
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september 2017 by fourstar
Well said ! Very thoughtful and entertaining read! "The 7 Deadly Sins of Predicting the Future of "
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september 2017 by esgarg
[An essay in my series on the Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence .] We are surrounded by hysteria about the future of Artificial Intelligence and…
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september 2017 by dylan
A new essay in my Future of Robotics & AI series--why people are so bad at predicting how soon things will come.
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september 2017 by tonyyet
RT : This is what gets me about people being alarmist about AI. We are nowhere near general AI.
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september 2017 by theory
[An essay in my series on the Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence.] We are surrounded by hysteria about the future of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. There is hysteria about how powerful they will become how quickly, and there is hysteria about what they will do to jobs. -==- As I write these words on September 2nd, 2017, I note just two news stories from the last 48 hours.
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september 2017 by jchris
A new essay in my Future of Robotics & AI series--why people are so bad at predicting how soon things will come.
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september 2017 by zer0514
A new essay in my Future of Robotics & AI series--why people are so bad at predicting how soon things will come.
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september 2017 by kleinsound