Bill Hibbard

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Bill Hibbard is a scientist at the University of Wisconsin–Madison Space Science and Engineering Center working on visualization and machine intelligence. He is principal author of the Vis5D, Cave5D, and VisAD open-source visualization systems. Vis5D was the first system to produce fully interactive animated 3D displays of time-dynamic volumetric data sets and the first open-source 3D visualization system.[1][2]

Writings on artificial intelligence[edit]

Bill Hibbard is also author of the book Super-Intelligent Machines[3] and several articles about the technological singularity.

The ideas from Hibbard's book were refined in 2008.[4] Hibbard published a series of three papers in 2012 on technical AI risk.[5][6][7] One of these papers[6] won the Singularity Institute's 2012 Turing Prize for the Best AGI Safety Paper.[8]

His 2014 book, Ethical Artificial Intelligence,[9] brings together all his ideas about AI.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Visualizing weather data. W. Hibbard and D. Santek. Proceedings of the Workshop on Graphics in Meteorology, ECMWF, Reading, England, December 1988, pp. 63-65..
  2. ^ Hibbard W, Santek D (1989). Interactive Earth Science Visualization. Siggraph Video Review. Vol. 43. Association for Computing Machinery.
  3. ^ Hibbard, Bill (2002). Super-Intelligent Machines. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers. ISBN 0-306-47388-7.
  4. ^ Hibbard, Bill (2008), "The Technology of Mind and a New Social Contract", Journal of Evolution and Technology, 17.
  5. ^ Hibbard, Bill (2012), "Model-Based Utility Functions", Journal of Artificial General Intelligence, 3 (1): 1–24, arXiv:1111.3934, Bibcode:2012JAGI....3....1H, doi:10.2478/v10229-011-0013-5, S2CID 8434596.
  6. ^ a b Avoiding Unintended AI Behaviors. Bill Hibbard. 2012 proceedings of the Fifth Conference on Artificial General Intelligence, eds. Joscha Bach, Ben Goertzel and Matthew Ikle.
  7. ^ Decision Support for Safe AI Design|. Bill Hibbard. 2012 proceedings of the Fifth Conference on Artificial General Intelligence, eds. Joscha Bach, Ben Goertzel and Matthew Ikle.
  8. ^ The Singularity Institute's 2012 Turing Prize for the Best AGI Safety Paper.
  9. ^ Hibbard, Bill (2014). "Ethical Artificial Intelligence". arXiv:1411.1373 [cs.AI].

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