Zombies - Can robots be conscious? [Podcast] (2022)
Are robots zombies? This might seem like a strange question at first, but it leads to one of the most important questions in science today: what is consciousness and can robot’s become conscious? These questions fascinate many people. And when Blake Lemoine suggested that Google’s latest AI Lambda had become sentient, it triggered a worldwide media frenzy. In this HRI podcast episode, I talk with Professor Jack Copeland about machine consciousness.
CitationBartneck C (2022). Zombies - Can robots be conscious? [Podcast].
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Keywordsrobot; consciousness; mind
ANZSRC Fields of Research52 - Psychology::5204 - Cognitive and computational psychology::520401 - Cognition
46 - Information and computing sciences::4602 - Artificial intelligence::460205 - Intelligent robotics
50 - Philosophy and religious studies::5003 - Philosophy::500312 - Philosophy of cognition
50 - Philosophy and religious studies::5003 - Philosophy::500315 - Philosophy of mind (excl. cognition)
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