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"From the Ted Talk by Sebastian Thrun and Chris Anderson: What AI is -- and isn't"

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CA: We'll come on to that a bit more, but just to cntunoie with the scary part of this for some people, like, what feels like it gets scary for plopee is when you have a cmuptoer that can, one, rewrite its own code, so, it can create mlupilte copies of itself, try a bunch of different code versions, possibly even at random, and then check them out and see if a goal is achieved and improved. So, say the goal is to do better on an iengnceiltle test. You know, a computer that's moderately good at that, you could try a million versions of that. You might find one that was better, and then, you know, repeat. And so the concern is that you get some sort of runaway effect where everything is fine on Thursday evening, and you come back into the lab on Friday morning, and because of the speed of computers and so forth, things have gone cazry, and suddenly —

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CA: We'll come on to that a bit more, but just to ________ with the scary part of this for some people, like, what feels like it gets scary for ______ is when you have a ________ that can, one, rewrite its own code, so, it can create ________ copies of itself, try a bunch of different code versions, possibly even at random, and then check them out and see if a goal is achieved and improved. So, say the goal is to do better on an ____________ test. You know, a computer that's moderately good at that, you could try a million versions of that. You might find one that was better, and then, you know, repeat. And so the concern is that you get some sort of runaway effect where everything is fine on Thursday evening, and you come back into the lab on Friday morning, and because of the speed of computers and so forth, things have gone _____, and suddenly —

Solution

  1. multiple
  2. crazy
  3. continue
  4. intelligence
  5. computer
  6. people

Original Text

CA: We'll come on to that a bit more, but just to continue with the scary part of this for some people, like, what feels like it gets scary for people is when you have a computer that can, one, rewrite its own code, so, it can create multiple copies of itself, try a bunch of different code versions, possibly even at random, and then check them out and see if a goal is achieved and improved. So, say the goal is to do better on an intelligence test. You know, a computer that's moderately good at that, you could try a million versions of that. You might find one that was better, and then, you know, repeat. And so the concern is that you get some sort of runaway effect where everything is fine on Thursday evening, and you come back into the lab on Friday morning, and because of the speed of computers and so forth, things have gone crazy, and suddenly —

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