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    Superintelligence asks the questions: What happens when machines surpass humans in general intelligence? Will artificial agents save or destroy us? Nick Bostrom lays the foundation for understanding the future of humanity and intelligent life. The human brain has some capabilities that the brains of other animals lack. It is to these distinctive capabilities that our species owes its dominant position. If machine brains surpassed human brains in general intelligence, then this new superintelligence could become extremely powerful - possibly beyond our control. As the fate of the gorillas now depends more on humans than on the species itself, so would the fate of humankind depend on the actions of the machine superintelligence.

    But we have one advantage: We get to make the first move. Will it be possible to construct a seed Artificial Intelligence, to engineer initial conditions so as to make an intelligence explosion survivable? How could one achieve a controlled detonation?

    This profoundly ambitious and original book breaks down a vast track of difficult intellectual terrain. After an utterly engrossing journey that takes us to the frontiers of thinking about the human condition and the future of intelligent life, we find in Nick Bostrom's work nothing less than a reconceptualization of the essential task of our time.

    PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

    ©2014 Nick Bostrom (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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    Probably great content, performance renders it near insufferable to listen

    It sounds like the narrator has put a bucket on his head and unfortunately it is additionally read in a staccato fashion making each and every sentence sound exactly the same. Not the quality level I'd expect from an Audible audiobook.

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    the sound quality is really bad.

    the sound quality is really bad. They should consider to record this again with better quality.

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    Interessant aber manchmal fade und hypothetisch

    Eigentlich ein sehr interessantes Thema. Unsere Gesellschaft muss sich rechtzeitig Gedanken darüber machen, wie man eine KI so erschafft, dass sie kontrollierbar bleibt, selbst wenn sie schlauer wird als wir. Tun wir das nicht rechtzeitig und ausgiebig genug, könnte die Erfindung einer solchen KI das letzte Ereignis in der Geschichte der Menschheit sein. Das Buch zeigt verschiedene mögliche Arten, wie eine solche KI entwickelt werden könnte, wie der Übergang in eine Gesellschaft mit künstlicher Intelligenz ablaufen könnte und wie man diese Vorgänge in gewissem Maße sicher machen könnte.
    Das ist so weit ganz spannend, serviert wird das jedoch teilweise in mathematischen Ausschweifungen und oder in so hypothetischen Szenarien, dass es mir schwer gefallen ist, das Buch zu hören und ich die letzten beiden Kapitel komplett ausgelassen habe (obwohl ich das Thema unheimlich spannend finde). Zwar ist das Thema wirklich wichtig und viele der gezeigten Probleme und Lösungsansätze sind durchaus hilfreich. Trotzdem wirkt es an vielen Stellen so, als würde der Erfinder der Dampfmaschine über Probleme in der Formel 1 philosophieren. Wir sind heute noch so weit davon entfernt eine brauchbare KI zu entwickeln, die es auch wert ist als intelligent bezeichnet zu werden, dass wir nur wild spekulieren können, wie so etwas funktionieren kann. Da erscheint es mir wenig zielführend Kapitel über Kapitel auf eben diesen Spekulationen aufzubauen ohne dass wirklich viel heraus kommt...

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    Eine kaum zu ertragende Aneinanderreihung von Buzzwords. Der Sprecher schafft es kaum den Text zu erzählen. Stattdessen folgt Aufzählung auf Aufzählung. Auch die ständigen Wortwiederholungen trüben den Hörgenuß. Mein erstes und bisher einziges Hörbuch das ich aufgegeben und nicht beendet habe. Schade, das Forschungsgebiet ist an und für sich sehr spannend.

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    thought-provoking (in parts)

    In parts quite interesting and thought-provoking. Some chapters are a bit long-winded considering their hypothetical nature. Sound quality not terrific.

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    mind blowingly numbing - Andrew Finn

    And he was right. You cannot hear this in one sessions. But if you are into this topic you will not regret have listened to this book.
    Very detailed, very patiently laid out overview of artificial intelligence and the control problem. Good .. read ...

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    Important Issue, annoying speaker

    well written by the very clear thinker nick bostrom, who manages to provide insight for a wide range of topics relevant for AI.
    Deserves a better speaker though.

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    Too important to be this bulky

    Ok, I get it, the author comes from a very academic origin. But this is too much. This book is good, really, if you invest some brain energy and if you try to be a critic who needs to be persuaded by logical proof reasoning.

    But it deserves a rewrite. A real layman's rewrite with clearer statements, cut by at least 25 percent and with more examples. Oh wait, that rewrite is already done. Read waitbutwhy.com/2015/01/artificial-intelligence-revolution-1.html

    But then also by this audio book to reward the author for his work :)

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    Arguments with more holes than a fine Gorgombert

    This book attempts to present which form superintelligent systems might take and how we might achieve them. It then proceeds to lay out the dangers of such systems and possible solutions, although I have not reached the solutions since I returned the book after listening to 2/3 of it.

    The main problems of this book for me are the numerous unquestioned assumptions it hides paired with its vagueness and many inconsistencies.
    Here are two of the larger such assumptions:
    - Why would machine-based AI retain all the properties (massive storage, high clock rates) of current computers? Current results from AI research have taught us about "catastrophic forgetting" and increased inference times for larger models. This point is not addressed in the book, instead it is implicitly assumed to be true since the super AI would "run on machine hardware"
    - Why would a superintelligence be effectively omniscient? The Pareto principle and chaos theory are still a thing. Also, the book never considers how such a superintelligence would acquire knowledge. Just "reading everything on the internet" will not be enough to be omniscient. Causality research shows us that it is not enough to merely observe things to deduce causal relationships you also need interventions, which is not possible in the internet wisdom case.
    There are many more such examples throughout the book.

    Another glaring point of criticism is that the book does not event try to define its main subject. Under the weak premise of "not wanting to be bogged down in semantics" the book never characterizes what a superintelligence is apart from it being "superior to any human in the relevant tasks" (whatever those tasks are and how many they are). This includes anything from something that is slightly faster at inference to God. And everything is conflated into a single concept and presented as inevitable.

    Save yourself the time, this book is not worth listening to in my opinion.

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    Insightful book about Superintelligence

    Probably already a bit out of date but the main thought and concepts still hold. Interesting to see how OpenAI develops too.