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I don't know anything about computer science or maths, but I've decided to learn the Python programming language in order to build the very first artificial general intelligence. Wealth, fame, and power will surely follow.

I have a background in philosophy of mind.

What are my chances of success?

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>> No.7547580

Zero to none


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>> No.7547602

Stop trying to imitate something you can't

>> No.7547620

>What are my chances of success?
Very high.

>> No.7547622

AI isn't possible even in theory, lrn2 incompleteness theorems.

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Don't build an AI with the mindset you have you will kill us all you fool.

Not even joking have you seen the Stamp Collecting Machine ?

>> No.7548854

I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you’re referring to as Artificial Intelligence, is in fact, Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence, or as I’ve recently taken to calling it, Machine Learning plus Artificial Intelligence. Artificial Intelligence is not an concept system unto itself, but rather another abstract goal of a fully functioning Machine Learning system made useful by Machine Learning, Neural Networks and Knowledge-based systems comprising a full AI as defined by Turing.
Many internet users run a modified version of a Machine Learning system every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of Machine Learning which is widely used today is often called “Artificial Intelligence”, and many of its users are not aware that it is basically the Machine Learning system, developed by the Machine Learning computer scientists. There really is a Artificial Intelligence, and these people are using it, but it is just a part of the system they use.
Artificial Intelligence is the concept: the idea in the system that encompasses the systems components and the other programs that you run. The concept is an essential part of a system, but useless by itself; it can only function in the context of a complete system. Artificial Intelligence is normally used in combination with the Machine Learning methods: the whole system is basically Machine Learning with Artificial Intelligence added, or Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence. All the so-called “Artificial Intelligence” distributions are really distributions of Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence.

>> No.7548874

yes python is definitely the language the first real AI will be written in im sure of it

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You cannot write an AI inside a programming language. It is not a challenge that is waiting to be overcome by one coding genius who learns every single bit of syntax in a single high level language and attains functional mastery

It is an entirely different paradigm of approach to computers in general- everything we do with computers is bottom-up, a true AI will be top-down.

>> No.7548894

please elaborate.

>> No.7549117

implying python isn't used extensively in ai research

>> No.7549347

>what is lisp, prolog, haskell

>everything we do with computers is bottom-up, a true AI will be top-down.
The other way around.

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what ever chance u have/100 then divide that by 0

>> No.7553121

/g/ is full of self-taught codemonkeys that deride anything theoretical as masturbatory and useless.

>> No.7553273

This anon knows what's up. OP should be sent to /lit/ with all of the other philosophy drop outs

>> No.7553329

> inventors and teachers of programming languages earnestly define language constructs as "utterly meaningless and arbitrary, but necessary"
Irony escapes them, I guess.

>> No.7553455

This girl is beautiful. She looks like an alien.

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