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ROBOT BECOMES WORLDS FIRST COMPANY DIRECTOR.
« on: May 21, 2014, 08:57:52 PM »


Would you like to take orders from a Robot?
An artificial intelligence has become World first working Company Director



Robots are crawling into our homes, streets and cities – and shortly they might be dominating our boardrooms.

In a world 1st, Japanese venture capital firm Deep data recently named a synthetic intelligence (AI) to its board of administrators.

The robot, named important, was chosen for its ability to choose up on market trends ‘not straight off obvious to humans’.

In a world 1st, Japanese risk capital firm, Deep data, recently named a synthetic intelligence (AI) to its board of administrators. The robot, named very important, was chosen for its ability to choose up on market trends that are ‘not straight off obvious to humans’ (pictured could be a stock image of a boardroom)



Vital is AN ‘equal member’ of the Hong Kong-based cluster and also the 1st ever software system program to be appointed as a member.

The mechanism was developed by Aging Analytics United Kingdom who have licenced it out to Deep data to assist build business choices on therapies for age-related diseases.

Vital (Validating Investment Tool for Advancing Life Sciences) can analyse trends in databases of natural science corporations in an attempt to predict prosperous investments.

The Robot has already helped build 2 major investment choices in natural science corporations, Pathway prescription drugs and InSilico drugs.

The long-run goal is to induce Vital’s intelligence to the stage wherever it will operate autonomously once creating investment choices.

Eventually, the software {is expected|is predicted|is ANticipated} to induce an equal vote on all monetary choices created by the company.

‘The variables concerned within the long-run success of a biotechnology company are several and complicated,’ said Deep information in a statement.

‘We were drawn to a software tool that would in large half automate due diligence and use historical information-sets to uncover trends that aren't instantly obvious to humans surveying top-line data.

‘We decide to incorporate new data from prospective investments into the databases to check the outcomes against our elect investments.’
ROBOTS CAN NOT HAVE FEELINGS, SUGGESTS expert

The prospect of mechanism overlords, friends and lovers has been the subject of fantasy novels for years.

But consistent with one mathematical model of however our brains produce consciousness, emotional machines can ne'er exist.

This is as a result of computers not being able to handle any method that fully integrates information, so that they can not be conscious and capable of feeling, one expert claims.

A mathematical framework for consciousness, developed over the last decade by Giulio Tononi at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, says that the flexibility to integrate information could be a key feature of consciousness.

He believes that integrated information cannot be de-escalated into smaller elements in aware minds, as a result of the brain contextualises info.

For example, once we see a red triangle our brains do not register the shape as a colourless triangle and a shapeless colored area, New scientist reported. Instead we tend to see it as an entire - a red triangle, we tend to perceive the 'wider picture'.





 


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