At the recent highly secretive Bilderberg summit held in Telfs-Buchen, Austria, one of the key subjects on the agenda was Artificial Intelligence. The key question is why are some of the most powerful global leaders in government, military, banking, media, intelligence, business, academia, and more, focussing on Artificial Intelligence, machine learning and humanoid robots? What are the consequences for humanity, our society and government policy? Will this technology revolutionise the world we live in between 2015 and 2030, and beyond? Or will it be declared as the most serious threat to the survival of the human race and ought to be heavily regulated?
Spawning Quantum Artificial Intelligence?
For the first time, clear blue water is being established between Quantum Computing (QC) and Classical Computing (CC), as QC pole vaults in performance within the domain of machine learning, a vital discipline within Artificial Intelligence. Make no mistake, this may be the beginning of the realisation of parts of the holy grail and open the way to a thousand and one mission critical applications for computers and humanoid robots that have proved illusive for decades. Machines may finally be able to do what we do, in some cases better than us and with higher levels of safety and security!