November 3, 2000
Wired — November 3, 2000 | Declan McCullagh
Raymond Kurzweil doesn’t merely predict that machine intelligence will surpass human brains by the end of the century. He’s eagerly anticipating it. In a Kurzweillian future, the world would become a very strange place, where converging advances in nanotechnology, biotechnology and computer science combine to propel humanity to its next stage of evolution.
“By the end of this century, I don’t think there will be a… read more