Sabrina E.Bouker is a Computer Scientist
who writes about AI, Education, and Child Development.
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I wrote my first book when I was 11 years old—a fictional tale designed to teach children French. Writing quickly became my sanctuary, a means to liberate my mind from its tumultuous thoughts. As a computer scientist fascinated by the complexities of the human brain, I like to explore technology, cognitive sciences, education and spirituality in my writing…Read More.
In this Article, I share my thoughts about what an ex-Google CEO stated in a podcast episode about Artificial Intelligence and demonstrate the fallacy of its different arguments.
AI and the existential risks
If you don’t live under a rock, you have probably heard about the current debate on the existential risks of Artificial Intelligence.
…The maternal instinct is strong and powerful and will never allow, to lose the fight. We feed, we clean, we take care of our children, we read to them stories… we give endlessly … But this maternal instinct, so powerful, nourishes itself of the woman’s being…
Today I was decided, I was going to write to you, something special for you...you are so far from me, yet I feel you so close. Words are jostling in my heart...every emotion wants to be the star, and be the first to pass on my keyboard... distance,...