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    Monday, February 19, 2007

    and Google Said, "Let There Be Light!"

    In a speech Friday night to the Annual American Association for the Advancement of Science conference, Google co-founder Larry Page let slip with a truth we all suspected:

    "We have some people at Google [who] are really trying to build artificial intelligence (AI) and to do it on a large scale…It's not as far off as people think."

    Yep, you read that right, Google is trying to build real AI. The worlds most dominant online company, with the largest conglomeration of computing power the world has ever seen, is trying to build artificial intelligence, and according to Page it isn't that far away either.

    Where?  Hat tip:  Fark.
    Everyone, I mean, EVERYONE who has read anything about Google in the last few years, and I've made enough posts about Google for them to merit their own label, for God's sake, knew this was coming.
    I just hope that I'm on their good side.  I think that I might be.
    But... To Serve Man... it was a cookbook, you know.


    1 Comment:

    Anonymous said...

    I admire Google's innovation. I'm sure Google screens their employees well but there's no 100% safeguard.

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