Issue No. 03 - May/June (2006 vol. 21)
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/MIS.2006.37
Colin Hales , Melbourne University
An empirical scientific treatment of science identifies anomalous beliefs by science about itself. The effect of these is depicted as having a role in thwarting access to a physics of phenomenal consciousness. To remove the anomalies a dual-aspect framework for science is proposed. The implication for AI is that if science continues under the old framework, AI may be unwittingly enrolled in science's anomalous belief system. AI performance expectations may therefore be impacted for unjustified reasons.This article is part of a special issue on the Future of AI.
artificial intelligence, artificial general intelligence, phenomenality
C. Hales, "AI and Science's Lost Realm," in IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol. 21, no. , pp. 76-81, 2006.