Cambridge AI Social probes ChatGPT and ‘the illusion of intelligence’ it offers

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By (Mike Scialom) Cambridge AI Social held its inaugural meet-up at The Bradfield Centre last week, with keynote speaker Prof Lawrence Paulson outlining the challenges – and opportunities – as AI and AGI (artificial general intelligence) develops. The new networking group was established by Aaron Turner in 2022. Aaron, an independent AGI researcher since 1985, welcomed guests who had made it through the blizzard outside. “It was in the mid-1960s that Joseph Weizenbaum created Eliza, the first-ever chatbot,” Aaron told the audience of around 50 in the auditorium a…

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