back to article Reg readers cluster in pub to ponder artificial intelligence

If you’re worried about scientists developing a computer as smart as you are, relax. It’s likely but not certain that “human level” AI could be reached by the end of this century, Professor Murray Shanahan told an audience of eager Register readers at our second Summer lecture recently. However, once that milestone is reached …

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    1. Yesnomaybe

      Re: Humans program, so the program will have inherited the human traits.

      We just need to get a foot on the ladder, primitive AI could probably bootstrap themselves from there. I think we are closer than most people think. Just an opinion, mind....

      1. Dodgy Geezer Silver badge

        Re: Humans program, so the program will have inherited the human traits.

        Is that what your toaster told you?

  2. Adrian Tawse

    Already there

    Given the level of intelligence demonstrated by some of our Political "Leaders" recently the AI of a brick is on a par.

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