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De Garis is noted for his his belief that a major war between the supporters and opponents of intelligent machines, resulting in [[gigadeath|billions of deaths]], ''i.e.'' “Gigadeath war” is nearly inevitable before the end of the 21st century. This hypothesis and the conditions leading up to it are outlined in his work ''[[The Artilect War]]''.
 
De Garis is noted for his his belief that a major war between the supporters and opponents of intelligent machines, resulting in [[gigadeath|billions of deaths]], ''i.e.'' “Gigadeath war” is nearly inevitable before the end of the 21st century. This hypothesis and the conditions leading up to it are outlined in his work ''[[The Artilect War]]''.
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In 2000 de Garis moved from ATR Research Institute in Japan to multidisciplinary, Deep Future research institute [[Starlab]], where he continued work on the CAM-Brain Project with [[Christopher Altman]] and Leo de Penning until the lab's untimely closure.
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* [[Christopher Altman]]
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Revision as of 09:00, 7 March 2018

Brain Child | Discovery Channel Special

Hugo de Garis is a retired researcher in genetic algorithms, artificial intelligence (AI) and high-performance computing. His background is in theoretical physics. He changed fields to AI primarily due to the urgency and implications its rapid acceleration following Moore's Law.

De Garis is noted for his his belief that a major war between the supporters and opponents of intelligent machines, resulting in billions of deaths, i.e. “Gigadeath war” is nearly inevitable before the end of the 21st century. This hypothesis and the conditions leading up to it are outlined in his work The Artilect War.

In 2000 de Garis moved from ATR Research Institute in Japan to multidisciplinary, Deep Future research institute Starlab, where he continued work on the CAM-Brain Project with Christopher Altman and Leo de Penning until the lab's untimely closure.

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