Adria­na Bra­ga

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( social com­mu­ni­ca­tion search in a Bra­zi­lian University) and Robert K. Lo­gan ( phy­si­cian in a Ca­na­dian University) wrote an ar­ticle( ar­guing that “the pre­mise of the

9) tech­no­lo­gi­cal Sin­gu­la­ri­ty ba­sed on the no­tion com­pu­ters will one day be smar­ter that their hu­man crea­tors is false”. They quo­ted Al­bert Ein­stein “The true si­gn of in­tel­li­gence is not know­ledge but ima­gi­na­tion”, ex­plai­ning that hu­man in­tel­li­gence in­cludes a long list of cha­rac­te­ris­tics ( cu­rio­si­ty, ima­gi­na­tion, in­tui­tion, emo­tions, pas­sion, de­sires, plea­sure, aes­the­tics, joy, pur­pose, ob­jec­tives, goals, va­lues, mo­ra­li­ty, ex­pe­rience, wis­dom, judg­ment, and even hu­mor) which AI can’t reach (“com­pu­ter have no need or de­sire to com­mu­ni­cate with others and hence ne­ver crea­ted lan­guage and wi­thout lan­guage one can­not talk to one­self and hence com­pu­ters will ne­ver be conscious”).

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