Toward an intelligence beyond mans

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TOWARD AN INTELLIGENCE BEYOND MAN’S
Robert jasfrow
Physucist Robert Jastrow (1925-2008) was the first director of the National

Aeronautic
and Space Administration’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, a director of

the Mount
Wilson Institute and Hale Solar Laboratory, and a writer who made atmospheric

and cosmo-
logical scuence accessible to lay audiences in popular books such as Red Giants

and White
Dwarfs (1979) and Until the Sun Dies (1977). Born in New York City, Jastrow was

educated
at Columbia University and did postdoctoral work on astronomy and space

exploration at
Leiden University, the Princeton Institute of Advanced Study, and the University

of California
at Berkeley. Jastrow won numerous awards for excellence in his field, including

the NASA
Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal.
The following essay, which first appeared in Time magazine on February 20, 1978,

offers a
fascmating prediction of a scientist at the height of his powers, writing early

in the digital
age, on the prospects for artificial intelligence in the twenty-first century

and beyond. As
you read his essay thirty-plus years after publication, judge for yourself: How

accurate was
Jastrow in his predictions? How close have we come to achieving his dreams for

artificial
intelligence?
As Dr. Johnson said in a different era about ladies preaching, the surprising
thing about computers is not that they think less well than a man, but that they
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311:1“ng 1S Central to written communication. It allows information to be

transmitted
n 1ge§ted In a form that makes it po351ble for people to selectively locate only

the
Information they need rather than everything else. Most of the reading you do in

school
can be classified as primary text, summary, or analysis. For instance, a history

book may
have a section about the Gettysburg address. The speech itself is the primary

text, the
explanation of what it is, says, and when it was given is the summary, and any

material
about why it was/is important and what effects it had are analysis. Since most

primary
texts are much longer than the GA, it would be impossible to reprint them in

order to set
the stage for analysis-thus, summary is usually the best option.
The mode itself is used everywhere in communication. Reviews of films, TV,

games,
concerts, albums all start by explaining what the thing is. Medical diagnoses

are
essentially summaries of complex clinical explanations. A job application is a

summary
of the relevant aspect of your professional/academic experience. As in these

examples
the emphasis you place on elements of that summary will shift depending on the
audience.
For this assignment, I’d like you to:
1. Choose one of the readings from chapter 7 in our book (you may use the

attached
printout, if you wish) as the basis for this assignment. Following the basic

rules of a
summary-objective, concise, and complete-as well as covering the essential
information-author/title, thesis, main points, evidence, conclusions-draft a 25

0-300
word summary treatment of the essay. Use at least 2 well-chosen quotations from

the
author, and 1 cited paraphrase using MLA.
2. For the rest of the paper (2-3 pages total), write a response to the issue

raised in the
essay from your personal perspective. The idea here is to divide the paper

between
clearly objective writing (summary), and subjective (response). While you have

to stick
to the facts in the first half, the second half will depend on exploring the

opinions you
bring to and take from the essay. What experience-15‘, 2nd, 3rd hand or perhaps

none-
do you have with the subject? How does that effect how you View the essay?

Consider
yourself as an audience for this piece-does it work for you, or not? What

helps/hinders
your reception of the writer? What does the author do to make you interested in

to essay?
If you find yourself bored by the essay, what would you do to correct that? Is

the essay
fair? Do you agree or disagree? Etc. Ask these sorts of questions about your

experience
reading the text.
As always, typed, double-spaced, 1”margins, standard type and 12 pt. font.

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