Nick Bostrom talked about his book, Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies, in which he posits a future in which machines are more intelligent than humans and questions whether intelligent machines will try to save or destroy us. He spoke at an event hosted by the Machine Intelligence Research Institute in Berkeley, California. close
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Nick Bostrom Professor Oxford University->Philosophy
Luke Muehlhauser Executive Director Machine Intelligence Research Institute
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