How do we Know that We’re not Living In a Computer Simulation?

How do we Know that We’re not Living In a Computer Simulation?
17 de feb. de 2024 · 6m

In an era where technology seems to blur the lines between reality and fiction, the notion of living in a computer simulation has intrigued philosophers, scientists, and curious minds alike....

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In an era where technology seems to blur the lines between reality and fiction, the notion of living in a computer simulation has intrigued philosophers, scientists, and curious minds alike. With advancements in artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and simulations, the question gains traction: How do we know that our reality isn’t just an elaborate construct within a computer program?

The Simulation Hypothesis:

The concept of living in a computer simulation stems from what is known as the Simulation Hypothesis, proposed by philosopher Nick Bostrom in 2003. Bostrom posited that one of three possibilities exists: either all civilizations become extinct before developing the technology to create realistic simulations, they choose not to run simulations, or we are most likely living in a computer simulation. This hypothesis sparked widespread discussion and debate among scientists, philosophers, and technologists.
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