The Age of Spiritual Machines

9780140282023 - Häftad (Trade Paper) -
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The Age of Spiritual Machines
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  • Bokinformation
  • Titel The Age of Spiritual Machines 
  • Författare Ray Kurzweil 
  • Förlag Penguin Books 
  • ISBN-13 9780140282023 
  • Format Häftad (Trade Paper) 
  • Språk Engelska 
  • Utgivning 2000-01-01 
  • Sidor 388 
  • Storlek 234 x 151 x 21 mm 
  • Vikt 430 g 
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Step into the world of Ray Kurzweil, the "restless genius" (Wall Street Journal) and "ultimate thinking machine" (Forbes), whose predictions for an age in which man and machine are interchangeable are startling, provocative -- and closer to realization than you think. Imagine a world where the difference between man and machine blurs, where the line between humanity and technology fades, and where the soul and the silicon chip unite. This is not science fiction. This is the twenty-first century according to Ray Kurzweil, the inventor of the most innovative and compelling technology of our era. In his inspired hands, life in the new millennium no longer seems daunting. Instead, it promises to be an age in which the marriage of human sensitivity and artificial intelligence fundamentally alters and improves the way we live. More than just a list of predictions, Kurzweil's prophetic blueprint for the future guides us through the inexorable advances that will result in: computers exceeding the memory capacity and computational ability of the human brain by the year 2020 (with human-level capabilities not far behind); relationships with automated personalities who will be our teachers, companions, and lovers; and information fed straight into our brains along direct neural pathways. Eventually, the distinction between humans and computers will have become sufficiently blurred that when the machines claim to be conscious, we will believe them.