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AI promotional vid — is the AI future realistic? Is it utopia emerging? Or, dystopian?

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Are they already emerging as conscious as complexity rises?

Vid:

Or, do we need to ask pointed questions about limitations of computation, oracle machines and Smithian cybernetic loops with two tier controllers [can we have an oracle there?]?

Does a fancy Si Rubber face — like those used for many years in Sci Fi flicks — make a difference?

Smith:

Or,

The Eng Derek Smith Cybernetic Model

Well, do rocks . . . even sophisticated, doped Si rocks . . . dream?

And, what does all of this tell us about the potential for design? END

7 Replies to “AI promotional vid — is the AI future realistic? Is it utopia emerging? Or, dystopian?

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    kairosfocus says:

    AI promotional vid — is the AI future realistic? Is it utopia emerging? Or, dystopian?

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    Lieutenant Commander Data says:

    The scientists have no clue how to build a simple cell but they now talk about self-awarenes of AI? 😆 This will end up exactly like OoL science , will start with shiny promises and will end in shame.
    Same old same old. Only the hat is new.

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    relatd says:

    Some scientists have no idea of what’s involved in creating a duplicate of the human brain. They will have to do that before they create a real Artificial Intelligence. If this happens, only the military will have this technology. Unlike science fiction stories, it will be held under lock and key and tightly controlled.

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    martin_r says:

    LCD

    The scientists have no clue how to build a simple cell but they now talk about self-awarenes of AI? ? This will end up exactly like OoL science , will start with shiny promises and will end in shame.

    great comment … and so true :))))))

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    martin_r says:

    a quick google search:

    Pseudo AI: Humans Masquerading as Chatbots

    Replacing humans with Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not as easy as sci-fi movies would have you believe. In a volte-face, chatbots and automated AI systems are being quietly replaced or supplemented by human beings, while the technology catches up.

    According to The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), companies find it easier and cheaper to hire a human workforce rather than build an AI workforce from the ground up. In some instances, companies are telling investors they have developed scalable AI technology while secretly relying on human intelligence.

    Pseudo AI workforces are on the rise, and Gregory Koberger, CEO of ReadME, attributes this increase to the high level of technical and development challenges faced while implementing the technology. Koberger explained: “Using a human to do the job lets you skip over a load of technical and business development challenges. It doesn’t scale, obviously, but it allows you to build something and skip the hard part early on.”

    https://www.digit.fyi/pseudo-ai/

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    Silver Asiatic says:

    LCD @ 4 – I second Martin_r’s response!

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    kairosfocus says:

    a pseudo AI as described is in effect an Oracle Machine. KF

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