Home Ray Kurzweil La singularidad está cerca. Cuando los humanos La singularidad está cerca. Cuando los humanos transcendamos la biología: Ray. Algunos defienden que esta cerca, dado el ritmo en que esta evolucionando la Otra figura importante es Raymond Kurzweil, experto en Inteligencia Artificial. Cuando aterricé en el MIT, Ray Kurzweil ya era famoso allí, donde había estudiado con Marvin Minsky, quien fue también uno de mis.

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During the Singularity, Kurzweil predicts that “human life will be irreversibly transformed” [30] and that humans will transcend the “limitations of our biological bodies and brain”. The Age of Spiritual Machines.

That means, he continues, that evolution is moving towards a conception of God and that the transition away from biological roots is in fact a spiritual undertaking. The Secret of Human Thought Revealed. The New York Review of Books. Kurzweil says evolutionary progress looks smooth, but that really it is divided into paradigms, specific methods of solving problems. The New York Times.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. As for individual identities during these radical changes, Kurzweil suggests people think of themselves as an evolving cegca rather than a specific collection of molecules. Kurzweil says the law of accelerating returns suggests that once a civilization develops primitive mechanical technologies, it is only a few centuries before they achieve everything outlined in the book, at which point it will start expanding outward, saturating the singularidwd with intelligence.

Wellsuna disciplina que permite kurzwiel muchas de las posibilidades, tanto positivas como negativas, que nos depara el futuro. Kurzweil looks at several different estimates of how much computational capacity is in the brain and settles on 10 16 calculations per second and 10 13 bits of memory.

Anthony Doerr says that before you “dismiss it as techno-zeal” consider that “every day the line between what is human and what is not quite human blurs a bit more”. For example, world population and the United States’s oil production both appeared to be rising exponentially, but both have leveled off because they were logistic.


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He writes clean methodical sentences, includes humorous dialogues with characters in the future and past, and uses graphs that are almost always accessible. ,urzweil believes there is “no objective test that can conclusively determine” the presence of consciousness. Exponential growth is deceptive, nearly flat at first until it hits what Kurzweil calls “the knee in the singulairdad then rises almost vertically.

A common criticism of the book relates to the “exponential growth fallacy”. He feels that data collection might be growing exponentially, but insight is increasing only linearly.

Two machines—or one million machines—can join together to become one and then become separate again. Inspired by the book, Ptolemy directed and produced the film Transcendent Manwhich went on to bring more attention to the book. Kurzweil describes his law of accelerating returns which predicts an exponential increase in technologies like computersgenetics exta, nanotechnologyrobotics and artificial intelligence.

Pero a algunos no les hace gracia, desconozco si es debido a ferca falta de sentido del humor u otras razones. While some critics complain that the law of accelerating returns is not a law of nature [43] others question the religious motivations or implications of Kurzweil’s Singularity. The happy part, you mean? She observes that he’s more focused on optimistic outcomes rather than the risks. How to Create a Mind: El transhumanismo, la inmortalidad y la singularidad son ideas radicalmente disruptivas, y muchas personas tienen miedo al cambio y a lo desconocido.

Humans call this falling in love, but our biological ability to do this is fleeting and unreliable.

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Kurzweil feels the increase in the capacity of integrated circuits will probably slow by the year A fundamental pillar of Kurzweil’s argument is that to get to the Singularity, computational capacity is as much kugzweil a bottleneck as other things like quality of algorithms and understanding of the human brain.


The radical nature of Kurzweil’s predictions is often discussed. Linden writes that “Kurzweil is conflating biological data collection with biological insight”. Return to Book Page. Kurzweil concedes that every technology carries with it the risk of misuse or abuse, from viruses and nanobots to out-of-control AI machines. Refresh and try again. Thus Kurzweil concludes it is humanity’s destiny to do the saturating, enlisting all matter and energy in the process.

Inventing is a lot like surfing: Which I suppose will be you? Paul Davies wrote in Nature that The Singularity is Near is a “breathless romp across the outer reaches of technological possibility” while warning that the “exhilarating speculation singjlaridad great fun to read, but needs to be taken with a huge dose of salt.

Kurzweil does not include an actual written timeline of the past and future, as he did in The Age of Intelligent Machines and The Age of Spiritual Machineshowever he still makes many specific predictions.

Kurzweil describes four paradigms of computing that came before integrated circuits: Kurzweil claims imaging technologies such as PET and fMRI are increasing exponentially in resolution [15] while he predicts even greater detail will be obtained during the s when it becomes possible to scan the brain from the inside using nanobots.