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Artificial intelligence is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, which covers a huge range of capabilities such as voice/image recognition, decision making, machine learning techniques and semantic search. Through secondary...

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Julkaisussa Future Human Image 01 April 2019, Vol.11, pp.66-71

This paper presents the author’s attempt to justify the need for understanding the problem of multilevel mind in artificial intelligence systems. Thus, it is assumed that consciousness and the unconscious are not equal in natural mental processes. The human conscious is supposedly a “superstructure”...

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Julkaisussa Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care 01 January 2019, Vol.8(7), pp.2328-2331

Background: Artificial intelligence (AI) is the term used to describe the use of computers and technology to simulate intelligent behavior and critical thinking comparable to a human being. John McCarthy first described the term AI in 1956 as the science and engineering of making intelligent...

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Julkaisussa Information 01 February 2019, Vol.10(2), p.51

Today's AI systems sorely lack the essence of human intelligence: Understanding the situations we experience, being able to grasp their meaning. The lack of humanlike understanding in machines is underscored by recent studies demonstrating lack of robustness of state-of-the-art deep-learning...

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Julkaisussa Business Horizons January 2019, Vol.62(1), pp.15-25

Artificial intelligence (AI)—defined as a system’s ability to correctly interpret external data, to learn from such data, and to use those learnings to achieve specific goals and tasks through flexible adaptation—is a topic in nearly every boardroom and at many dinner tables. Yet, despite this prominence, AI is still a surprisingly fuzzy concept and a lot of questions surrounding it are still open. In this article, we analyze how AI is different from related concepts, such as the Internet of Things and big data, and suggest that AI is not one monolithic term but instead needs to be seen in a more nuanced way. This can either be achieved by looking at AI through the lens of evolutionary stages (artificial narrow intelligence, artificial general intelligence, and artificial super intelligence) or by focusing on different types of AI systems (analytical AI, human-inspired AI, and humanized AI). Based on this classification, we show the potential and risk of AI using a series of case studies regarding universities, corporations, and governments. Finally, we present a framework that helps organizations think about the internal and external implications of AI, which we label the Three C Model of Confidence, Change, and Control.

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Julkaisussa Computers in Human Behavior September 2019, Vol.98, pp.256-266

It is now common for people to encounter artificial intelligence (AI) across many areas of their personal and professional lives. Interactions with AI agents may range from the routine use of information technology tools to encounters where people perceive an artificial agent as exhibiting mind. Combining two studies (useable N = 266), we explore people's qualitative descriptions of a personal encounter with an AI in which it exhibits characteristics of mind. Across a range of situations reported, a clear pattern emerged in the responses: the majority of people report their own emotions including surprise, amazement, happiness, disappointment, amusement, unease, and confusion in their encounter with a minded AI. We argue that emotional reactions occur as part of mind perception as people negotiate between the disparate concepts of programmed electronic devices and actions indicative of human-like minds. Specifically, emotions are often tied to AIs that produce extraordinary outcomes, inhabit crucial social roles, and engage in human-like actions. We conclude with future directions and the implications for ethics, the psychology of mind perception, the philosophy of mind, and the nature of social interactions in a world of increasingly sophisticated AIs.

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Artificial intelligence (Al) systems are taking over a vast array of tasks that previously depended on human expertise and judgment. Often, however, the "reasoning" behind their actions is unclear, and can produce surprising errors or reinforce biased...

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Hiltunen, Elina, kirjoittaja. ; Hiltunen, Kari, kirjoittaja.
2015
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Haikonen, Pentti O. A., kirjoittaja.
2017
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Tegmark, Max, kirjoittaja. ; Pietiläinen, Kimmo, kääntäjä.
2018
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Mueller, John, kirjoittaja. ; Massaron, Luca, kirjoittaja. ; Proquest (Firm)
2018
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Elliott, Anthony, kirjoittaja.
2019
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Laitila, Erkki, kirjoittaja.
2019
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Siukonen, Timo, kirjoittaja. ; Neittaanmäki, Pekka, kirjoittaja.
2019
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Fry, Hannah, kirjoittaja.
2019
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