Neuroevolution: A different kind of deep learning

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    • Super Nova

    Mens regeringen forsøger at indføre provisoriske love om dataindsamling uden om datatilsynet for at kunne forudsige potentielle skatteforbrydere ved anvendelse af Deep Learning, er udviklingen af anvendelsen af neurale net ved at udvikle sig i en helt anden retning:

    Neuroevolution: A different kind of deep learning

    Neuroevolution is making a comeback. Prominent artificial intelligence labs and researchers are experimenting with it, a string of new successes have bolstered enthusiasm, and new opportunities for impact in deep learning are emerging. Maybe you haven’t heard of neuroevolution in the midst of all the excitement over deep learning, but it’s been lurking just below the surface, the subject of study for a small, enthusiastic research community for decades. And it’s starting to gain more attention as people recognize its potential.

     

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    Muligheden for Neuroevolution åbner op for denne historie i Science:

    A small group of researchers is studying how science could destroy the world—and how to stop that from happening

    Philosopher Nick Bostrom believes it’s entirely possible that artificial intelligence (AI) could lead to the extinction of Homo sapiens. In his 2014 bestseller Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies, Bostrom paints a dark scenario in which researchers create a machine capable of steadily improving itself. At some point, it learns to make money from online transactions and begins purchasing goods and services in the real world. Using mail-ordered DNA, it builds simple nanosystems that in turn create more complex systems, giving it ever more power to shape the world.

    Now suppose the AI suspects that humans might interfere with its plans, writes Bostrom, who’s at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. It could decide to build tiny weapons and distribute them around the world covertly. “At a pre-set time, nanofactories producing nerve gas or target-seeking mosquito-like robots might then burgeon forth simultaneously from every square meter of the globe.”

     

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    Blandt denne håndful forskere findes:

    Martin John Rees, Baron Rees of Ludlow

     

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