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    How would it feel to be outperformed by a machine? We discuss the AI revolution with physicist Max Tegmark and science fiction writer Ken MacLeod

    https://www.theguardian.com/books/audio/2017/nov/28/max-tegmark-and-ken-macleod-on-artificial-intelligence-books-podcast?CMP=twt_books_b-gdnbooks

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  2. Are the robots waking up?

    http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/360/are-the-robots-waking-up3f/5352572

    Are we nearing the singularity, the point where philosophers say the computer programs we create will be smarter than us?

    Artificial intelligence is all around us. In phones, in cars, in our homes. Voice recognition systems, predicative algorithms, GPS. Sometimes they may not work very well, but they are improving all the time, you might even say they are learning.

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  3. Robots and the Illusion of Free Will

    Judea Pearl is a professor of computer science and the director of the Cognitive Systems Laboratory at UCLA. He is known internationally for his contributions to artificial intelligence, human reasoning and philosophy of science. He is the author of over three hundred scientific papers and three landmark books in his fields of interest: Heuristics (1984), Probabilistic Reasoning (1988), and Causality (2000). His current interests are artificial intelligence and knowledge representation, probabilistic and causal reasoning, nonstandard logics and learning strategies. Pearl is the father of slain Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl and president of the Daniel Pearl Foundation, which he co-founded with his family in February 2002, "to continue Daniel’s life-work of dialogue and understanding and to address the root causes of his tragedy."

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  4. How Artificial Intelligence will change the world: a live event - Science Weekly podcast | Science | The Guardian

    Recorded in front of a live audience as part of our Brainwaves series, Ian Sample asks a group of experts how AI will change our social landscape - for better or worse

    https://www.theguardian.com/science/audio/2017/apr/27/how-artificial-intelligence-will-change-the-world-a-live-event-science-weekly-podcast

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  5. Stuart Russell on why now is the time to start thinking about superintelligent AI - Science Weekly podcast | Technology | The Guardian

    Prof Stuart Russell wrote the book on artificial intelligence back in 1995, when the next few decades of AI were uncertain. Sitting down with Ian Sample, he talks about his latest book, which warns of a dystopian future in which humans are outsmarted by machines. But how did we get here?

    https://www.theguardian.com/technology/audio/2019/oct/18/stuart-russell-on-why-now-is-the-time-to-start-thinking-about-superintelligent-ai-science-weekly-podcast

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  6. Antonin Tuynman - Machine Mankind: The Future of Consciousness | Legalise Freedom

    What if the cybernetic matrix calculates that humans are the problem? Man, machine, or something in between… To whom - or what - does the future belong?

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  7. The Longform Society: Meeting #1: Robots

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    Stream the talk here – and then unpack the ideas in depth at http://wheelercentre.com/events/meeting-1-robots

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  8. Robots: The Future of Artificial Intelligence

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  9. Kazuo Ishiguro Uses Artificial Intelligence to Reveal the Limits of Our Own

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