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Can a Computer Devise a Theory of Everything? – The New York Times

It might be possible, physicists say, but not anytime soon. And there’s no guarantee that we humans will understand the result.



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By the times that A.I. comes back and tells you that, then we have reached artificial general intelligence, and you should be very scared or very excited, depending on your point of view, Dr. Tegmark said. The reason Im working on this, honestly, is because what I find most menacing is, if we build super-powerful A.I. and have no clue how it works right?
Dr. Thaler, who directs the new institute at M.I.T., said he was once a skeptic about artificial intelligence but now was an evangelist. He realized…

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