Ethics and artificial intelligence: the principles of Asilomar and Human-centered AI

The Dartmouth conference (1956) went down in history as the meeting that marked the birth of the field of research on artificial intelligence. It was a meeting made to open a new research space «on the basis of the conjecture that every aspect of learning or any other feature of intelligence can in principle be … Leggi tutto Ethics and artificial intelligence: the principles of Asilomar and Human-centered AI

The problem of the “non-existence” of God: difficult atheism

Philosophy is, in its essence, a search for the ultimate cause of reality. Man, observing the world, senses the need for a “Foundation”; he senses that reality, in constant evolution, needs an explanation. From this simple intuition all the great “systems of thought” are born. This brief introduction allows us to get to the heart … Leggi tutto The problem of the “non-existence” of God: difficult atheism