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April 17th, 2006
Total Flake, or Genius?
Mike Treder: Hugo de Garis is an associate professor of computer science and adjunct professor of theoretical physics at Utah State University (USA), where he teaches the world's first PhD course on "artificial brain building." Professor de Garis also is a political visionary, predicting a "gigadeath" war over the issue of "species dominance" as godlike massively intelligent machines that he calls "artilects" threaten human survival.
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