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This isn’t just younger generations griping, according to a study of over 30,000 baby boomers, the older generations’ mental capabilities are declining faster than expected.
Computers respect the letter of the law, but they can't understand the spirit. That's why they're terrible at real world policing.
The problem with John Searle's Chinese Room thought experiment is that its premise is woefully outdated in computer science terms.
"Listen, sometimes I just get the urge to kill all humans. You know?"
Turns out, insects have basic forms of intelligence and the path to thinking robots may be through emulating how their tiny minds work.