Artificial Intelligence & Robotics
Isaac Asimov’s I, Robot cover by John Berkey
Perhaps in reaction to earlier dangerous fictional robots, Asimov’s creations must obey the “Three Laws of Robotics” to assure they are no threat to humans or each other.View Artifact Detail
Trying to Make Computers Human
Mechanical servants. Automated employees. We’ve long imagined machines able to replicate human thought and action.
Computers provide the sophistication needed for human-like behavior. But getting machines to actually think like people has proved stubbornly elusive. It’s unclear how far we feasibly can go, but ongoing attempts to create Artificial Intelligence (AI) have yielded a vast array of beneficial products and services.