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A man who hopes to become known as the Father of the Artificial Brain, Hugo de Garis of Starlab in Belgium argues that "artilects", artificial intellects, are inevitable. He also thinks humankind may come to rue the day it created them. De Garis was working at a research facility 30 miles outside of Kyoto, Japan. From the book Robo sapiens: Evolution of a New Species, page 28.

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A man who hopes to become known as the Father of the Artificial Brain, Hugo de Garis of Starlab in Belgium argues that "artilects", artificial intellects, are inevitable. He also thinks humankind may come to rue the day it created them. De Garis was working at a research facility 30 miles outside of Kyoto, Japan. From the book Robo sapiens: Evolution of a New Species, page 28.