Behavior of Artificial Intelligence : Summa Aethologica Intelligentiae Artificialis
DOI 10.15170/BTK.2020.00002 | ISBN 978-615-5687-03-7 | © Gábor Olivér, 2020. All Rights reserved! | Free content delivery, not for sale! One copy can be downloaded and printed for your own use. | Cover: © Magdolna Kiss 2020. | Publisher: GeniaNet Bt., Pécs | Executive Director: Szentgyörgyvári, Jánosné Pécs, 2020. | URL: https://got.genianet.com/free-books/51-artificial-intelligence-mesterseges-intelligencia/gabor-oliver-behavior-of-artificial-intelligence --- We have been looking at the stars longingly for millennia. In the depths of our souls, we have always felt that where we live, the Garden of Eden called the Earth is just the beginning. An incubator from which we will have to move on sooner or later. Desires toward the stars are probably not mistaken, as evolution goes on and even weaves bigger plans, but not necessarily as we imagine. For a long time we held within us the great dream of the ancient Greeks that man is a measure of all the things. We thought we would be the ones to grow out of this planet. But once this belief is ending, or at least modified. Over time, the chances of today’s people staying at the forefront of development without change are diminishing. Evolution with or without us, but it continues. And what may surpass us is not so much in appearance as in the field of reason does it. So, in the end, it is not man but intelligence that will symbolically leave the Earth (ad astra). It is up to us whether or not we will be part of this intelligence? When we reach the space, the earlier universe models become obsolete, and for physical bodies it will be meaningless for a long time to talk about interstellar and especially intergalactic space travel. Adapting to new universum models, the informations on the cosmos will be captured through the study of electromagnetic as well as gravitational waves,5 and it will be manifestated mostly in virtual models.
- Gábor Olivér