Artificial Intelligence


The Teleonomic Purpose of the Human Species (a Secular Discussion, Regarding Artificial General Intelligence)

Authors: Jordan Micah Bennett

This work concerns a hypothesis regarding a teleonomic description, regarding the non-trivial purpose of the human species. Teleonomy is a recent concept (with contributions from Richard Dawkins) that entails purpose in the context of objectivity/science, rather than in the context of subjectivity/deities. Teleonomy ought not to be confused for the teleological argument, which is a religious/subjective concept contrary to teleonomy, a scientific/objective concept. As such, this work concerns principles in entropy. This hypothesis was originally proposed on Research Gate in 2015.

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