Could artificial intelligence get depressed and have hallucinations? Zachary Mainen, a neuroscientist at the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown, a neuroscience and cancer research institute in Lisbon, speculated that we might expect an intelligent machine [?!?] to suffer some of the same mental problems people do.
Research in human-computer interaction is mentioning science fiction more than ever, a group of scientists has found [incluindo Paula Silva, da Universidade de Aveiro].
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A world where anyone can write the news. That’s both the weakness and the strength of news in this century. (…) Fate has a sense of humor because now the comfortable who are afflicted are the journalists themselves.
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