Jason Choi
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Apr 10
Patrick commented on Jason Choi's blog post SES 311 Blog 3: Artificial Intelligence
"Life is life, it is irrelevant if it was engineered or emergent, synthetic or biological.  There need not be any distinction between the two outside of medical/repair reasons.  This is more of a question of, 'are we as humans grown up…"
Apr 10
Jason Choi posted a blog post

SES 311 Blog 3: Artificial Intelligence

In the search for intelligent life, it is very possible for us to encounter an artificial intelligence created by a species more advanced than us. A sufficiently advanced form of AI could be indistinguishable from natural intelligence as we know it. The question of intelligence questions what we think is true of intelligent and sentient life forms. How would we distinguish between the two, and if we encounter an AI vs another species, do we accept them as a representative of their creators? Do…See More
Mar 24
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Metabolism or RNA first? Blog 2

There have been many arguments to determine which function of life came first. The ability to use energy or the ability to record and transfer genetic information. To me it seems very contradictory to discern which one of them came first because it appears that life as we know it could not have existed without both simultaneously working. There is no logical purpose for the efficient use of energy to exist if there was no way to transfer that information onto the next generation to replicate…See More
Feb 5
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Eventuality of life if habitable conditions are met.

My belief in the formation of life, with current observations taken into account, is that it is an eventuality when the habitable conditions are met. Given time and minimal resources, it is my understanding that the organized formation of life is something that will occur in any situation.Taking Earth as the only planet with life known to exist, its early history is riddled with chaos and conditions that would never produce life as we know it. In my view the early Earth would look like any…See More
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SES 311 Blog 3: Artificial Intelligence

Posted on March 24, 2018 at 8:05am 1 Comment

In the search for intelligent life, it is very possible for us to encounter an artificial intelligence created by a species more advanced than us. A sufficiently advanced form of AI could be indistinguishable from natural intelligence as we know it. The question of intelligence questions what we think is true of intelligent and sentient life forms. How would we distinguish between the two, and if we encounter an AI vs another species, do we accept them as a representative of their creators?…

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Metabolism or RNA first? Blog 2

Posted on February 5, 2018 at 2:39pm 0 Comments

There have been many arguments to determine which function of life came first. The ability to use energy or the ability to record and transfer genetic information. To me it seems very contradictory to discern which one of them came first because it appears that life as we know it could not have existed without both simultaneously working.

 

There is no logical purpose for the efficient use of energy to exist if there was no way to transfer that information onto the next…

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Eventuality of life if habitable conditions are met.

Posted on January 19, 2018 at 2:40pm 0 Comments

My belief in the formation of life, with current observations taken into account, is that it is an eventuality when the habitable conditions are met. Given time and minimal resources, it is my understanding that the organized formation of life is something that will occur in any situation.

Taking Earth as the only planet with life known to exist, its early history is riddled with chaos and conditions that would never produce life as we know it. In my view the early Earth would…

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