Institute for Advanced Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem | Computability Group, 12 Nov 2015
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Cite as: Amnon H. Eden, “The Imminent, The (Im-)possible, and the Irreversible: The Disruptive Potential of Artificial Intelligence”, Institute for Advanced Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (12 Nov 2015), DOI 10.13140/RG.2.1.1071.7524
Major technological changes have a transformative effect on every aspect of human life. Increasingly intelligent programs are responsible to paradigm shifts at a steadily accelerating rate, a trend which acceleration theories suggest is all but guaranteed to continue.
We explore some of the most disruptive applications of artificial intelligence, examining in particular the impact of computer trading programs (algotraders) on stock markets. We explore some such imminent technologies (such as autonomous military robots) and their consequences (eg on job markets). We conclude with a discussion in the potentially irreversible consequences of this trend, including that of superintelligence.