Saturday, May 27th, 2017

A conversation with Sam Ginn, Stanford University undergraduate, on the Singularity.


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Sam Ginn is a second year undergraduate student at Stanford University. He is a computer science major interested in human consciousness and whether human consciousness is artificially replicable. Sam is also a participant in the philosophical reading group at Stanford and he is a devotee of Martin Heidegger's thought. In this show Sam discusses the Singularity, and the importance of Martin Heidegger in thinking about Artificial Intelligence.