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Artificial intelligence will cause degeneration of human intelligence - by means of natural selection. Artificial insulin will result in more people having diabetes. Glasses will result in more and more people needing to wear glasses. The study of medicin is the worst threat to humankind in the long run.

Stephen Hawking: Artificial Intelligence could spell end of human race http://rt.com/uk/211019-hawking-warning-artificial-intelligence/

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AI_Solver_Studio (freeware) http://lib.giveawayoftheday.com/AI_Solver_Studio_71961/ is a unique pattern recognition application that deals with finding optimal solutions to classification problems and uses several powerful and proven artificial intelligence techniques including neural networks, genetic programming and genetic algorithms. No special knowledge is required of users as A.I. Solver Studio manages all the complexities of the problem solving internally. This leaves users free to concentrate on formulating their problems of interest.

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