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The future of intelligent machines

Technologists and investors gather at the Singularity Summit to discuss what to do in the event that machines one day outthink humans.

Technologists and investors gather at the two-day Singularity Summit in San Francisco to discuss the benefits and risks of advancing artificial intelligence--and what to do in the event that machines one day outthink humans.

Google's director of research talks AI

The search giant's influence on the Web can be likened to game theory, says Peter Norvig, director of research.
September 9, 2007

Facebook backer Thiel's investment strategy for singularity

Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal, has some advice for the coming age of smarter-than-human AI: invest in catastrophic insurance.
September 9, 2007

Technologists head to San Francisco to discuss the benefits and risks of AI and how to deal with computers that are smarter than humans.
September 7, 2007

A call for machine morality

A Yale lecturer hypothesizes about what we face in an age of AI machines such as self-driving cars or household robots.
September 8, 2007

iRobot CTO: 'We' will be gone when AI is here

Rodney Brooks talks about artificial intelligence on the opening day of the Singularity Summit.
September 8, 2007