A.I.: Threat or necessity?

The Meca Sapiens architecture describes a structure whose execution would make robots conscious. However, implementing full synthetic consciousness means building self-contained systems that are capable of mutating (modifying their original functionality) and whose executing cores are inaccessible. Consequently, full synthetic consciousness in a robotic agent would result , by design, in a system that is  ultimately uncontrollable. Continue reading A.I.: Threat or necessity?

Synthetic Consciousness; its implementation and impacts.