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CONTENT FOR ISSUE 226
EDITORIAL: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE / Simon ParcherThis special issue of Humanist Perspectives Magazine will delve into the complex topic of Artificial intelligence which has seen an exponential growth in coverage.
AI 101 and the Future of Humanity / Dr. Christopher DiCarloIt has become increasingly apparent that AI technologies have advanced quite rapidly in the last several years. In fact, it has happened so rapidly, my colleagues and I have been forced to prioritize our research to focus primarily upon the risks and governance of AI as we move into an...
Embracing the Power of AI: Advantages and Opportunities / AIWhat does AI have to say about AI? One of our contributors, asks the question, and compiles the results.
AI’s Moment is Here. Let’s Get it Right. / Dr. Justin B. BullockThe last year has been a transformative year for AI. ChatGPT was released November 30th, 2022 and sparked a media firestorm. By February of this year, a little over 2 months after launch, ChatGPT had 100 million active users.
The danger from AI is real, but we can make it safe / Dr. Elliot McKernonThe last year has been a transformative year for AI. ChatGPT was released November 30th, 2022 and sparked a media firestorm. By February of this year, a little over 2 months after launch, ChatGPT had 100 million active users.
Machine Evolution / Dr. Justin B. Bullock, Dr. Christopher DiCarlo, Dr. Elliot McKernonIn this paper, we will examine several stages of various processes of evolution: Natural Selection, Artificial Selection, and Technological Selection.
Thou Shalt Not Steal, or Shouldst Thou? / Ian JohnstonIs the use of GAI equivalent to plagiarism? If so, what can/should we do about it?
Happy Girl: The Latimer Dialogues 5 / Gary BauslaughAfter seven years in prison Robert Latimer is eligible for day parole, and he faces a politically-appointed Parole Board that will determine if he will be allowed to leave prison and stay, for three years, in a half-way house.
Road to Tukuyu: A Poem By Terry Rapoch / Terry RapochNow in his 70’s, Terry Rapoch’s astonishingly vivid memories of his experiences fifty years earlier as a CUSC volunteer teacher in Africa, ring out with authenticity. Is this something AI could ever do?