The Canadian Philosophy Show #523
dangers of AI, Suffering, Immortality and significance of death, human tendency to anthropomorphiize
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Recording Date: 13 Jul, 2021
Recording Location: Nanaimo, BC
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Program Title: The Canadian Philosophy Show #523
Description: (1) Discussion around the dangers of AI - what happens when we create something infinitely more powerful than us?
(2) Suffering - How extreme suffering changes our humanity
(3) Immortality and the significance of death
(4) The human tendency to anthropomorphize inanimate objects. The narrator, Ted, seems to ascribe human characteristics to AM.
Reading: I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream
Short story by Harlan Ellison
Host(s): Michael, Tagan, Nicole, Hale, Mark
Featured Speakers/Guests: Michael Robert Caditz-engineer Nicole Kirigin-Producer Hale Rothery- Co-host Tagen Marshall chairman of the board Mark Giles-Co-Host
Society and CultureType: Speech/Presentation
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|Comments: with Nicole Kirigin, Tagen Marshall, Hale Rothery, David Pham