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The Impossibility Conjecture of Humanoid Artificial Intelligence and the Non-Benign Singularity

Abstract : The idea of machines which are almost identical to human beings has been so seductive that it has captured the imaginations of the best minds as well as laypeople for at least a century and half, perhaps more. Right after Artificial Intelligence (AI) came into being, it was almost taken for granted that soon enough we will be able to build Humanoid Robots. This has also led to some serious speculation about 'transhumanism'. So far, we do not seem to be anywhere near this goal. It may be time now to ask whether it is even possible at all. We present a set of arguments to the effect that it is impossible to create or build Humanoid Robots or Humanoid Intelligence, where the said intelligence can substitute human beings in any situation where human beings are required or exist.
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Submitted on : Wednesday, December 2, 2020 - 6:18:10 PM
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Anil Kumar Singh. The Impossibility Conjecture of Humanoid Artificial Intelligence and the Non-Benign Singularity. 2020. ⟨hal-02970450⟩

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