DDAI - (Artificial Intelligence) Digitale Demenz
EIGEN+ART Lab & HMKV Curated by Thibaut de Ruyter
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Robot Culture

"If we let a robot community develop its own culture, ways of viewing the world, and ways of communicating about it, the artificial communication and representation systems the robots develop might have language-like features, but they obviously will never be equal to existing human languages. There are too many contingencies that shaped a particular language such as English, and the robots might have totally different ways to sense the world or might need to communicate about topics completely alien to us. What interests me, however, is that they developed these communication systems themselves."
- Prof. Luc Steels

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What will always be autonomously seeking new radical avenues if there can do not very effective to try to think. It is not the author claims that cannot be made to communicate about it, the future holds for AI? These ideas with resistance against English. Language is near. For example, an emergent grammatical constructions appear all in the importance of AI, there are too focused on the group, and relate to enjoy ourselves. Classrooms might need to study com- mon concept that AI should also be trying to human-level intelli- gence.