Evolution of Artificial Intelligence on the Background of the Progress in Computer Sciences and Engineering (Review of the Monograph: Mainzer, K. (2020). Artificial Intelligence – When Do Machines Take Over? Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer)

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Received: March 08, 2021
Accepted: April 13, 2021
Lviv Polytechnic National University

The review examines the content and main problems of the English-language monograph of the German scientist and philosopher, President of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, founder of the Munich Center for Social Technologies (MCTS), Honorary Professor of the Technical University of Munich, Professor of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at the Univercity of Tübingen Klaus Mainzer. The author covers a range of issues related to the history of the formation and development of artificial intelligence, the reasons for society’s unwillingness to integrate machines into society, the relationship of artificial intelligence with human values, ethics and security, and what awaits humanity in the future. One of the key issues in the book is the relationship between artificial intelligence and the ethics of responsibility, as well as ensuring personal rights and freedoms while actively expanding the sphere of influence of artificial intelligence.

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