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The other two are the Accelerationist and the Intelligence Explosion schools.

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The Institute's chief goal is to make sure that whatever smarter-than-human artificial intelligence is eventually spawned by exponentially accelerating information technology that it will be friendly to humans. " As Eliezer Yudkowsky, cofounder of the Singularity Institute, explained, the idea was first propounded by mathematician and sci-fi writer Vernor Vinge in the 1970s.

Vinge found it difficult to write about a future in which greater than human intelligence arose. Because humanity would stand in relation to that intelligence as an ant does to us today.

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