Should we fear artificial intelligence and robotics?

by bold-lichterman

Artificial intelligence today feeds fantasies and fears, some well-founded, others a little more irrational. To talk about it, we went to meet Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, professor of computational sciences and author of numerous books, the latest of which, “Le mythe de la singularité” (Seuil, 2017) attacks transhumanist ideas at their source, from the postulate of Moore’s Law.

Yet before being a danger for humanity or an apocalypse for old Europe as some predict, artificial intelligence is a tremendous scientific and technical impetus. Take 10 minutes to get back to the basics of the problem with the fascinating Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, whom we invite you to read to continue thinking.

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The contributor:

1605270891 583 Space conquest towards infinity and beyondPassionate about technology and innovation on the web interfaces side, Thomas gouritin has been immersed in chatbots for several years with the design of projects for national and international actors.
For 18 months, he has been documenting chatbot tests in all sectors on and he drew from it a white paper supplemented by testimonials from key accounts (from Direct Energie to Disney France). His watchword: stop bullshit, let’s think above all about the experience offered to users!