What ‘Artificial Intelligence’ can teach us about humanity [Synopsis Only]
By Lynne Bowyer and Deborah Stevens
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is now incorporated into many products and procedures in our lives and it continues to expand and develop. It is envisaged by some people that AI technologies will soon be as capable as human beings in reasoning and problem solving. Lynne Bower and Deb Stevens explore the growth of AI while articulating and critiquing the notion of ‘instrumental rationality’ which has underpinned its development. Their conclusion - we need to pause and rethink the dominance of such an approach.
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