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Video Title: Self-Improving Artificial Intelligence
Description: Lecture at Stanford by Stephen Omohundro, Self-Aware Systems.

"We are on the verge of a radical new paradigm for both computer software and hardware. "Self-improving systems" will have detailed models ... all ... all of their own designs and will improve themselves by learning from their own operation. They will continuously adapt themselves to the tasks they need to perform. Eventually they will be able to improve every aspect of themselves: their programs, programming languages, specification logics, instruction sets, and hardware architectures. In this talk we present fundamental principles that underlie the operation of this kind of system. ... We conclude with a discussion of some of the broader social implications of this kind of system."

Date: October 31, 2007
Length (min:sec): 1:06:59. Color. Sound.
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04:15 - 5:50 Why we're bad at software 4:50 - 19:45 Software synthesis, self-improving systems 19:45 - Hardware synthesis, self-improving hardware 31:30 - 37:30 Social Implications 37:30 - end Q&A

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Contributor: Bruce Buchanan
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