Can artificial intelligence think and live?

Chinese viewers of the new HBO show Westworld begin to think about the possibility for artificial intelligence robots to obtain their own thoughts. Photo: Li Hao/GT Wang Jue, a 27-year-old human resource worker in Beijing, was scared by her robotic vacuum cleaner recently. Although it is kind of absurd, she suspected that the robot has developed its own thoughts and wanted to kill her.”One day, after I finished watching an episode of Westworld, I decided to clean up my floor. However, my robotic vacuum cleaner didn’t move after I pressed the ‘on’ botton several times,” said Wang. “I was holding it and trying to figure out what was wrong, and all of a sudden, it started moving. Combined with the plots I had just seen from the show that human-like…

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