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CONTENTS

 
  1. DEDICATION
  2. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  3. PREFACE: THE 2015 EDGE QUESTION
  4. MURRAY SHANAHAN
  5. Consciousness in Human-Level AI
  6. STEVEN PINKER
  7. Thinking Does Not Imply Subjugating
  8. MARTIN REES
  9. Organic Intelligence Has No Long-Term Future
  10. STEVE OMOHUNDRO
  11. A Turning Point in Artificial Intelligence
  12. DIMITAR D. SASSELOV
  13. AI Is I
  14. FRANK TIPLER
  15. If You Can’t Beat ’em, Join ’em
  16. MARIO LIVIO
  17. Intelligent Machines on Earth and Beyond
  18. ANTONY GARRETT LISI
  19. I, for One, Welcome Our Machine Overlords
  20. JOHN MARKOFF
  21. Our Masters, Slaves, or Partners?
  22. PAUL DAVIES
  23. Designed Intelligence
  24. KEVIN P. HAND
  25. The Superintelligent Loner
  26. JOHN C. MATHER
  27. It’s Going to Be a Wild Ride
  28. DAVID CHRISTIAN
  29. Is Anyone in Charge of This Thing?
  30. TIMO HANNAY
  31. Witness to the Universe
  32. MAX TEGMARK
  33. Let’s Get Prepared!
  34. TOMASO POGGIO
  35. “Turing+” Questions
  36. PAMELA MCCORDUCK
  37. An Epochal Human Event
  38. MARCELO GLEISER
  39. Welcome to Your Transhuman Self
  40. SEAN CARROLL
  41. We Are All Machines That Think
  42. NICHOLAS G. CARR
  43. The Control Crisis
  44. JON KLEINBERG & SENDHIL MULLAINATHAN
  45. We Built Them, but We Don’t Understand Them
  46. JAAN TALLINN
  47. We Need to Do Our Homework
  48. GEORGE CHURCH
  49. What Do You Care What Other Machines Think?
  50. ARNOLD TREHUB
  51. Machines Cannot Think
  52. ROY BAUMEISTER
  53. No “I” and No Capacity for Malice
  54. KEITH DEVLIN
  55. Leveraging Human Intelligence
  56. EMANUEL DERMAN
  57. A Machine Is a “Matter” Thing
  58. FREEMAN DYSON
  59. I Could Be Wrong
  60. DAVID GELERNTER
  61. Why Can’t “Being” or “Happiness” Be Computed?
  62. LEO M. CHALUPA
  63. No Machine Thinks About the Eternal Questions
  64. DANIEL C. DENNETT
  65. The Singularity—an Urban Legend?
  66. W. TECUMSEH FITCH
  67. Nano-Intentionality
  68. IRENE PEPPERBERG
  69. A Beautiful (Visionary) Mind
  70. NICHOLAS HUMPHREY
  71. The Colossus Is a BFG
  72. ROLF DOBELLI
  73. Self-Aware AI? Not in 1,000 Years!
  74. CESAR HIDALGO
  75. Machines Don’t Think, but Neither Do People
  76. JAMES J. O’DONNELL
  77. Tangled Up in the Question
  78. RODNEY A. BROOKS
  79. Mistaking Performance for Competence
  80. TERRENCE J. SEJNOWSKI
  81. AI Will Make You Smarter
  82. SETH LLOYD
  83. Shallow Learning
  84. CARLO ROVELLI
  85. Natural Creatures of a Natural World
  86. FRANK WILCZEK
  87. Three Observations on Artificial Intelligence
  88. JOHN NAUGHTON
  89. When I Say “Bruno Latour,” I Don’t Mean “Banana Till”
  90. NICK BOSTROM
  91. It’s Still Early Days
  92. DONALD D. HOFFMAN
  93. Evolving AI
  94. ROGER SCHANK
  95. Machines That Think Are in the Movies
  96. JUAN ENRIQUEZ
  97. Head Transplants?
  98. ESTHER DYSON
  99. AI/AL
  100. TOM GRIFFITHS
  101. Brains and Other Thinking Machines
  102. MARK PAGEL
  103. They’ll Do More Good Than Harm
  104. ROBERT PROVINE
  105. Keeping Them on a Leash
  106. SUSAN BLACKMORE
  107. The Next Replicator
  108. TIM O’REILLY
  109. What If We’re the Microbiome of the Silicon AI?
  110. ANDY CLARK
  111. You Are What You Eat
  112. MOSHE HOFFMAN
  113. AI’s System of Rights and Government
  114. BRIAN KNUTSON
  115. The Robot with a Hidden Agenda
  116. WILLIAM POUNDSTONE
  117. Can Submarines Swim?
  118. GREGORY BENFORD
  119. Fear Not the AI
  120. LAWRENCE M. KRAUSS
  121. What, Me Worry?
  122. PETER NORVIG
  123. Design Machines to Deal with the World’s Complexity
  124. JONATHAN GOTTSCHALL
  125. The Rise of Storytelling Machines
  126. MICHAEL SHERMER
  127. Think Protopia, Not Utopia or Dystopia
  128. CHRIS DIBONA
  129. The Limits of Biological Intelligence
  130. JOSCHA BACH
  131. Every Society Gets the AI It Deserves
  132. QUENTIN HARDY
  133. The Beasts of AI Island
  134. CLIFFORD PICKOVER
  135. We Will Become One
  136. ERNST PÖPPEL
  137. An Extraterrestrial Observation on Human Hubris
  138. ROSS ANDERSON
  139. He Who Pays the AI Calls the Tune
  140. W. DANIEL HILLIS
  141. I Think, Therefore AI
  142. PAUL SAFFO
  143. What Will the Place of Humans Be?
  144. DYLAN EVANS
  145. The Great AI Swindle
  146. ANTHONY AGUIRRE
  147. The Odds on AI
  148. ERIC J. TOPOL
  149. A New Wisdom of the Body
  150. ROGER HIGHFIELD
  151. From Regular-I to AI
  152. GORDON KANE
  153. We Need More Than Thought
  154. SCOTT ATRAN
  155. Are We Going in the Wrong Direction?
  156. STANISLAS DEHAENE
  157. Two Cognitive Functions Machines Still Lack
  158. MATT RIDLEY
  159. Among the Machines, Not Within the Machines
  160. STEPHEN M. KOSSLYN
  161. Another Kind of Diversity
  162. LUCA DE BIASE
  163. Narratives and Our Civilization
  164. MARGARET LEVI
  165. Human Responsibility
  166. D. A. WALLACH
  167. Amplifiers/Implementers of Human Choices
  168. RORY SUTHERLAND
  169. Make the Thing Impossible to Hate
  170. BRUCE STERLING
  171. Actress Machines
  172. KEVIN KELLY
  173. Call Them Artificial Aliens
  174. MARTIN SELIGMAN
  175. Do Machines Do?
  176. TIMOTHY TAYLOR
  177. Denkraumverlust
  178. GEORGE DYSON
  179. Analog, the Revolution That Dares Not Speak Its Name
  180. S. ABBAS RAZA
  181. The Values of Artificial Intelligence
  182. BRUCE PARKER
  183. Artificial Selection and Our Grandchildren
  184. NEIL GERSHENFELD
  185. Really Good Hacks
  186. DANIEL L. EVERETT
  187. The Airbus and the Eagle
  188. DOUGLAS COUPLAND
  189. Humanness
  190. JOSH BONGARD
  191. Manipulators and Manipulanda
  192. ZIYAD MARAR
  193. Are We Thinking More Like Machines?
  194. BRIAN ENO
  195. Just a New Fractal Detail in the Big Picture
  196. MARTI HEARST
  197. eGaia, a Distributed Technical-Social Mental System
  198. CHRIS ANDERSON
  199. The Hive Mind
  200. ALEX (SANDY) PENTLAND
  201. The Global Artificial Intelligence Is Here
  202. RANDOLPH NESSE
  203. Will Computers Become Like Thinking, Talking Dogs?
  204. RICHARD E. NISBETT
  205. Thinking Machines and Ennui
  206. SAMUEL ARBESMAN
  207. Naches from Our Machines
  208. GERALD SMALLBERG
  209. No Shared Theory of Mind
  210. ELDAR SHAFIR
  211. Blind to the Core of Human Experience
  212. CHRISTOPHER CHABRIS
  213. An Intuitive Theory of Machine
  214. URSULA MARTIN
  215. Thinking Saltmarshes
  216. KURT GRAY
  217. Killer Thinking Machines Keep Our Conscience Clean
  218. BRUCE SCHNEIER
  219. When Thinking Machines Break the Law
  220. REBECCA MACKINNON
  221. Electric Brains
  222. GERD GIGERENZER
  223. Robodoctors
  224. ALISON GOPNIK
  225. Can Machines Ever Be As Smart As Three-Year-Olds?
  226. KEVIN SLAVIN
  227. Tic-Tac-Toe Chicken
  228. ALUN ANDERSON
  229. AI Will Make Us Smart and Robots Afraid
  230. MARY CATHERINE BATESON
  231. When Thinking Machines Are Not a Boon
  232. STEVE FULLER
  233. Justice for Machines in an Organicist World
  234. TANIA LOMBROZO
  235. Don’t Be a Chauvinist About Thinking
  236. VIRGINIA HEFFERNAN
  237. This Sounds Like Heaven
  238. BARBARA STRAUCH
  239. Machines That Work Until They Don’t
  240. SHEIZAF RAFAELI
  241. The Moving Goalposts
  242. EDWARD SLINGERLAND
  243. Directionless Intelligence
  244. NICHOLAS A. CHRISTAKIS
  245. Human Culture As the First AI
  246. JOICHI ITO
  247. Beyond the Uncanny Valley
  248. DOUGLAS RUSHKOFF
  249. The Figure or the Ground?
  250. HELEN FISHER
  251. Fast, Accurate, and Stupid
  252. STUART RUSSELL
  253. Will They Make Us Better People?
  254. ELIEZER S. YUDKOWSKY
  255. The Value-Loading Problem
  256. KATE JEFFERY
  257. In Our Image
  258. MARIA POPOVA
  259. The Umwelt of the Unanswerable
  260. JESSICA L. TRACY & KRISTIN LAURIN
  261. Will They Think About Themselves?
  262. JUNE GRUBER & RAUL SAUCEDO
  263. Organic Versus Artifactual Thinking
  264. PAUL DOLAN
  265. Context Surely Matters
  266. THOMAS G. DIETTERICH
  267. How to Prevent an Intelligence Explosion
  268. MATTHEW D. LIEBERMAN
  269. Thinking from the Inside or the Outside?
  270. MICHAEL VASSAR
  271. Soft Authoritarianism
  272. GREGORY PAUL
  273. What Will AIs Think About Us?
  274. ANDRIAN KREYE
  275. A John Henry Moment
  276. N. J. ENFIELD
  277. Machines Aren’t into Relationships
  278. NINA JABLONSKI
  279. The Next Phase of Human Evolution
  280. GARY KLEIN
  281. Domination Versus Domestication
  282. GARY MARCUS
  283. Machines Won’t Be Thinking Anytime Soon
  284. SAM HARRIS
  285. Can We Avoid a Digital Apocalypse?
  286. MOLLY CROCKETT
  287. Could Thinking Machines Bridge the Empathy Gap?
  288. ABIGAIL MARSH
  289. Caring Machines
  290. ALEXANDER WISSNER-GROSS
  291. Engines of Freedom
  292. SARAH DEMERS
  293. Any Questions?
  294. BART KOSKO
  295. Thinking Machines = Old Algorithms on Faster Computers
  296. JULIA CLARKE
  297. The Disadvantages of Metaphor
  298. MICHAEL MCCULLOUGH
  299. A Universal Basis for Human Dignity
  300. HAIM HARARI
  301. Thinking About People Who Think Like Machines
  302. HANS HALVORSON
  303. Metathinking
  304. CHRISTINE FINN
  305. The Value of Anticipation
  306. DIRK HELBING
  307. An Ecosystem of Ideas
  308. JOHN TOOBY
  309. The Iron Law of Intelligence
  310. MAXIMILIAN SCHICH
  311. Thought-Stealing Machines
  312. SATYAJIT DAS
  313. Unintended Consequences
  314. ROBERT SAPOLSKY
  315. It Depends
  316. ATHENA VOULOUMANOS
  317. Will Machines Do Our Thinking for Us?
  318. BRIAN CHRISTIAN
  319. Sorry to Bother You
  320. BENJAMIN K. BERGEN
  321. Moral Machines
  322. LAURENCE C. SMITH
  323. After the Plug Is Pulled
  324. GIULIO BOCCALETTI
  325. Monitoring and Managing the Planet
  326. IAN BOGOST
  327. Panexperientialism
  328. AUBREY DE GREY
  329. When Is a Minion Not a Minion?
  330. MICHAEL I. NORTON
  331. Not Buggy Enough
  332. THOMAS A. BASS
  333. More Funk, More Soul, More Poetry and Art
  334. HANS ULRICH OBRIST
  335. The Future Is Blocked to Us
  336. KOO JEONG-A
  337. An Immaterial Thinkable Machine
  338. RICHARD FOREMAN
  339. Baffled and Obsessed
  340. RICHARD H. THALER
  341. Who’s Afraid of Artificial Intelligence?
  342. SCOTT DRAVES
  343. I See a Symbiosis Developing
  344. MATTHEW RITCHIE
  345. Reimagining the Self in a Distributed World
  346. RAPHAEL BOUSSO
  347. It’s Easy to Predict the Future
  348. JAMES CROAK
  349. Fear of a God, Redux
  350. ANDRÉS ROEMER
  351. Tulips on My Robot’s Tomb
  352. LEE SMOLIN
  353. Toward a Naturalistic Account of Mind
  354. STUART A. KAUFFMAN
  355. Machines That Think? Nuts!
  356. MELANIE SWAN
  357. The Future Possibility-Space of Intelligence
  358. TOR NØRRETRANDERS
  359. Love
  360. KAI KRAUSE
  361. An Uncanny Three-Ring Test for Machina sapiens
  362. GEORG DIEZ
  363. Free from Us
  364. EDUARDO SALCEDO-ALBARÁN
  365. Flawless AI Seems Like Science Fiction
  366. MARIA SPIROPULU
  367. Emergent Hybrid Human/Machine Chimeras
  368. THOMAS METZINGER
  369. What If They Need to Suffer?
  370. BEATRICE GOLOMB
  371. Will We Recognize It When It Happens?
  372. NOGA ARIKHA
  373. Metarepresentation
  374. DEMIS HASSABIS, SHANE LEGG & MUSTAFA SULEYMAN
  375. Envoi: A Short Distance Ahead—and Plenty to Be Done
  376. NOTES
  377. ABOUT THE AUTHOR
  378. ALSO BY JOHN BROCKMAN
  379. CREDITS
  380. BACK ADS
  381. COPYRIGHT
  382. ABOUT THE PUBLISHER
 
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