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Perspectives and Ethics of the Autonomous Artificial Thinking Systems

by   Joël Colloc, et al.

The feasibility of autonomous artificial thinking systems needs to compare the way the human beings acquire their information and develops the thought with the current capacities of the autonomous information systems. Our model uses four hierarchies: the hierarchy of information systems, the cognitive hierarchy, the linguistic hierarchy and the digital informative hierarchy that combines artificial intelligence, the power of computers models, methods and tools to develop autonomous information systems. The question of the capability of autonomous system to provide a form of artificial thought arises with the ethical consequences on the social life and the perspective of transhumanism.


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