"A.I. Has Grown Up and Left Home" by Olimpia Zagnoli for Nautilus by nautilusmag

Added to wishlist

Art Print
"A.I. Has Grown Up and Left Home" by Olimpia Zagnoli for Nautilus by nautilusmag
Go to wishlist
Keep shopping

"A.I. Has Grown Up and Left Home" by Olimpia Zagnoli for Nautilus Art Print

"A.I. Has Grown Up and Left Home" by Olimpia Zagnoli for Nautilus Art Print
"A.I. Has Grown Up and Left Home" by Olimpia Zagnoli for Nautilus Art Print
Double-tap to zoom
"A.I. Has Grown Up and Left Home" by Olimpia Zagnoli for Nautilus Art Print
"A.I. Has Grown Up and Left Home" by Olimpia Zagnoli for Nautilus Art Print
Double-tap to zoom

"A.I. Has Grown Up and Left Home" by Olimpia Zagnoli for Nautilus Art Print

0
by
$32.99
Size
Select a size
Mini 8" X 10" ($32.99)
Small 13" X 17" ($43.99)
Medium 17" X 21" ($53.99)
Large 22" X 28" ($72.99)
X-Large 28" X 36" ($96.99)
Quantity

Make a blank space pop with rad Art Prints. Better yet, start a gallery wall and mix Art Prints, posters, Canvas Prints and Framed Prints of all sizes to elevate your space with design. Available in five sizes, from mini to x-large.

  • Gallery quality Giclée print
  • Natural white, matte, ultra smooth background
  • 100% cotton, acid and lignin-free archival paper
  • Epson K3 archival inks for high-quality print
  • Custom trimmed with 1” border for framing
Share art, get paid. Join our Affiliate Program and earn money just by recommending products.

Shop this artwork

About this artwork

A.I. Has Grown Up and Left Home: It matters only that we think, not how we think. By David Auerbach

Illustration by Olimpia Zagnoli

The history of Artificial Intelligence,” said my computer science professor on the first day of class, “is a history of failure.” This harsh judgment summed up 50 years of trying to get computers to think. Sure, they could crunch numbers a billion times faster in 2000 than they could in 1950, but computer science pioneer and genius Alan Turing had predicted in 1950 that machines would be thinking by 2000: Capable of human levels of creativity, problem solving, personality, and adaptive behavior. Maybe they wouldn’t be conscious (that question is for the philosophers), but they would have personalities and motivations, like Robbie the Robot or HAL 9000. Not only did we miss the deadline, but we don’t even seem to be close. And this is a double failure, because it also means that we don’t understand what thinking really is.

Our approach to thinking, from the early days of the computer era, focused on the question of how to represent the knowledge about which thoughts are thought, and the rules that operate on that knowledge. So when advances in technology made artificial intelligence a viable field in the 1940s and 1950s, researchers turned to formal symbolic processes.

Read more at: http://nautil.us/issue/20/creativity/ai-has-grown-up-and-left-home-rp

0 Comments0 Promoters
Leave a comment

More from this artist

 avatar

Verified member since 1970
Shop all from this artist
About Society6 Art Prints

Made to order

Each Society6 product is individually printed and assembled when you order it, so please allow 3-5 days manufacture time for your custom product.

No-hassle returns

We want you to be stoked with your purchase, so if you’re not, let us know. We offer a 100% Happiness Guarantee, which means free refunds and exchanges.

Every purchase pays an artist

Society6 artists live all over the world, and every purchase puts money right in their pockets. We’ve been helping artists do what they love since 2009.

Product Reviews: All Society6 Art Prints