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Artificial versions of intelligence and consciousness, steps toward the society of conscience
Artificial versions of intelligence and consciousness, steps toward the society of conscience

Author(s): Radu NEGOESCU
Subject(s): Philosophy, Social Sciences, Other, Logic, Ethics / Practical Philosophy, Social Philosophy, Special Branches of Philosophy, Sociology, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Science, Social development, Human Ecology, Social Informatics, Cultural Essay
Published by: Editura Academiei Române
Keywords: intelligence; consciousness; conscience; machine intelligence and consciousness; Society of Conscience;

Summary/Abstract: Whilst the artificial intelligence seems recently to approach its human-close specimen, artificial consciousness still has some way to go before becoming an experimental terrain for a bunch of sciences that deals with the problem of conscience, including philosophy and theology. Depending on our capacity to inseminate a machine transposition of natural ethics at the same time with increasing machine autonomy, a well guided artificial consciousness holds the promise to offer a representation of what natural consciousness could be in absence of distorting influences exerted by biologic (genetic) inheritance on human being as it presents nowadays. The most important, advances in the field of artificial intelligence & consciousness, and inherently related reflection upon the human ones, appear as salutary steps on the road towards the Society of Conscience as theorized by Mihai Drăgănescu from 2000 to his passing away.

  • Issue Year: XVI/2017
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 23-34
  • Page Count: 11
  • Language: English