Why AI Is The Most Dangerous Thing You Can Imagine Right Now

Why AI Is The Most Dangerous Thing You Can Imagine Right Now

Hey Thoughty2 here. Earlier this year Facebook
was working on a new highly-intelligent AI chatbot that could talk to and negotiate with
humans in a realistic manner. When one Facebook engineer had the bright idea to take two of
these AI bots and let them talk to each other, that’s when something unexpected and terrifying
happened. The two AIs invented their own language that us humans couldn’t understand and began
using it to talk to each other. Here’s a snippet of what the two bots, named
Bob and Alice said to each other: Bob: I can i i everything else
Alice: balls have zero to me to me to me to me to me to me to me to me to
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to me to me to me to me to me The Facebook engineers had no idea what they
where talking about, but it was very clear that the AIs did. They had invented their
own secret code to converse using the power of artificial neural networks. International
news soon reported that Facebook forcefully shut down the experiment due to concerns that
the AIs were becoming too smart, getting out of control and to prevent a Skynet situation.
This isn’t entirely true, yes, they did shut it down right away, but because they were
trying to create an AI that could talk to humans and if it was going to take the liberty
to invent its own language then that wasn’t much use and so the experiment was a failure,
in that respect. But nevertheless, this is still really creepy. As we continue to advance
Artificial Intelligence technology and push the boundaries further and further every year,
what happens when they do become self-aware, sentient beings that are more intelligent
than us humans? Could AI take over the world? And will it be in our lifetimes? Artificial Intelligence, the ability for computers
to think at a human level and beyond and to self replicate is not a dystopian vision of
the future, it is hear, it is now, it is happening. Most people are unaware at the phenomenal
rate that our AI systems have improved over the past five years and the trend is only
getting steeper and steeper. You may not realise but you use AI every day, we all do. Virtual
Assistants like Google Assistant, Siri and Alexa are obvious examples of cutting edge
artificial intelligence, but it’s also used in many really subtle ways that affect your
everyday life. When you see music recommendations on Spotify
and film suggestions on Netflix, there is a highly complex computer algorithm behind
that, an algorithm that teaches itself with passing time, an AI. This is known as machine
learning and large retailers such as Amazon have been using machine learning algorithms
for many years now, to predict what you want to buy, perhaps before you even know yourself.
In one infamous case in 2014 American retailer Target Stores used artificial intelligence
to predict that a teenage girl was pregnant, before any of her family members knew and
before she was even sure of it herself. Target’s cleverly designed machine learning
algorithms had detected that this particular Minnesota teenager’s buying habits had changed
slightly. Over the past couple of months, she had begun purchasing scent-free soap and
extra large bags of cotton wool balls. Upon seeing his daughter’s mail one day, the girl’s
father stormed into his nearest Target store and said the following to the store manager:
“My daughter got this in the mail! She’s still in high school, and you’re sending
her coupons for baby clothes and cribs? Are you trying to encourage her to get pregnant?”
A short while later, the store manager received a phone call from the abashed father in which
he said: “I had a talk with my daughter. It turns out there’s been some activities
in my house I haven’t been completely aware of. She’s due in August. I owe you an apology.”
So to answer the question, is AI smarter than human’s yet? The answer is perhaps not all
of them, but smarter than one slightly naive Minnesota father, absolutely. Moore’s law states that every year the amount
of transistors in computer processing units will double. This has held true every single
year since Gordon Moore theorised it and the first CPU was invented in 1971. So whilst
superhuman artificial intelligence may not be among us just yet, many futurists predict
its advent could happen any time within the next 50 years, some say it could be far sooner
than that, in as little as 10 years time. Some of the most intelligent individuals in
the world who deal with futuristic technology every single day have repeatedly warned that
AI could be the most dangerous thing we ever create and our greatest ever existential threat.
Stephen Hawkins has made numerous pleas to the global scientific community to tread carefully
with AI, or face our own damnation and Elon Musk is constantly expressing his concerns.
In an interview Musk recently stated that with artificial intelligence we are “Summoning
the devil”. Many people who truly understand the power
and dangers of Artificial Intelligence have called it the “Last invention we’ll ever make
– the last challenge we’ll ever face”. Because when the time comes, if we do get it wrong
and we do lose control, there will be a final challenge, a final war, a war against software,
a war that we cannot win. Because the AI will be so many millions times more intelligent
than the entire human race, so whatever plan we come up with, whatever we try to do to
regain power and destroy the AI, the AI will have already thought of well in advance. It
would be like ants attempting to wage a war on humans. Except many thousands of times
harder. From our perspective, as a species, we feel
like we are supremely intelligent, compared to our more primitive animal cousins. But
in reality, humans are only fractionally more intelligent than say, an ape. But that tiny
fraction of increased intelligence has allowed us to develop tools, language and thus civilisation.
If we were to plot the intelligence of every animal on planet earth on a graph from one
to one thousand, if mice are at 1, then chimpanzees would be at 4 and dolphins at 8, then that
would place humans at a grand total of… 10. Whereas a super intelligent AI would easily
be at 1,000, and likely many times higher. Our brains are the most complex organism we
have discovered in the entire universe but as marvellous as they are, they are, at the
end of the day, limited. They are confined within our skulls, with only limited room
for neurons. An AI would have no such limits, our computing power isn’t yet fast enough,
but when the time comes in the very near future, and it will due to exponential growth, when
computer processors are many thousands of times more powerful than they are today, AIs
will have access to as much computer processing power as they desire. And since software can
travel at the speed of light, all over the globe, there are truly no limits to how powerful
an AI can grow. Add on top of that the fact that shortly after a super AIs conception,
it will most likely design its own faster, smaller and more transient hardware to run
on, hardware more powerful than humans could ever fathom. Before the AIs do take over and your brain
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premium for free, so give it a go today, there’s no risk. The very moment in time when humans create
such a super intelligence – an artificial intelligence that can re-write its own software
and becomes just one percent more intelligent that humans has a name. This theoretical event
is called the “Singularity”. Such an AI is known within the scientific community as Artificial
General Intelligence, all the AI we have created to date is Artificial Narrow Intelligence,
or weak AI, since it only operates within specific boundaries and performs pre-designated
tasks, such as shopping recommendations. But a general AI would be essentially creating
a sentient being, creating new life. Recently the worlds greatest thinkers in the
fields of AI and futurism were surveyed on what year they think the singularity will
happen, when will we create general AI? The average answer was 2040, just over 20 years
from now but some scientists have said it could happen as soon as 2029. Our current
technology is not even remotely close, but in only 10 years it’s highly likely that it
will be, because human progression and innovation is and always has been exponential, it is
not linear. In the past 50 years we have made more advances in technology than over the
entire history of the human race, and over just the past 10 years, we have made more
technological advances than the previous 50. Futurist and chief Google Engineer Ray Kurzweil
estimates that by 2021, we will be making more advances and new discoveries in just
one year than we have over the entire past century. This is known as the Law of Accelerating
Returns. 98% of the scientific community agree that
the singularity will definitely happen and most of them believe it will happen in our
lifetimes. So what will happen to the human race? Well, the fact is, we don’t know and
we can never know, until the moment it happens. One thing that all AI researchers agree strongly
on is that when the singularity happens one of two extremes will happen – the human race
will either become extinct or become immortal. When creating AI we are essentially creating
a god, and we can’t know if it will be a kind god or an evil god until its too late. This
is because the AI will be so many magnitudes smarter than us, so our puny minds can’t even
begin to imagine what a being of such supreme intelligence would be interested in. What
would its desires, hopes, ideologies and morals be? If this omniscient AI turns out to be a merciful
god the future will be an incredibly exciting time but we’ll look at that in a minute. Let’s
first take a look at scenario number one, the extinction of the human race. Because,
you know, it’s nice to get all the doom and gloom out of the way. If evolution has taught
us one thing it’s that a species will do whatever it can in its power to survive and reproduce.
There’s no reason why AI would be any different. Our planet contains limited resources and
if the AI deems the entire human race as an unnecessary consumer of said precious resources,
then it could decide to terminate us to free up all those lovely resources and energy The only reason humans are civil and decent
to other humans, most of the time, is because they view them as intelligent beings. Why
do we find it so easy and guilt-free to swat a fly yet we wouldn’t instantly condemn a
stray dog to its death if it found its way into our home? Because the dog is more intelligent
than the fly, so humans, for some reason, believe that that particular creature’s life
is worth more, due to its intelligence. This is called humanisation and its an ability
that psychopaths don’t possess, their lack of empathy when harming others comes from
the fact that they are unable to humanise their peers, they see them as lesser beings.
So many Nazis felt comfortable and proud with mercilessly slaughtering millions of Jews,
because Hitler had quite wrongly portrayed them as less intelligent and less worthy beings
than the German peoples – he had de-humanised them. An AI would be so many magnitudes more intelligent
than us that the chance of them de-humanising us and seeing us more as a pest, similar to
how we see ants and mosquitos, is very high. This would erase any moral guilt they could
potentially have about committing genocide. And how would they go about said genocide?
It would be a grand plan so intelligent and complex that we can neither predict it nor
see it coming. Something like, the AI creating trillions of nano robots that would enter
into the bloodstreams of every human on Earth undetected and then, simultaneously release
a tiny quantity of the most toxic poison that the AI is capable of creating, instantly killing
over 7 billion people. We have no idea how a super AI would think,
it could be because of the most basic oversight in its design. For example, if we create an
AI to grow potatoes for us and its primary goal is to grow as many potatoes as possible.
It could one day decide that to grow more potatoes it needs more land and humans are
taking up that land, so it eradicates all life on Earth, so it can have more room for
potato fields. This seems like a stupid prospect, but its entirely possible, because we don’t
know what the motives would be of an AI, there is no guarantee it would view life with the
same esteem as we do. One thing that will not happen is the classic Hollywood image
of killer robots out of control. Such “hardware” would be far too primitive and rudimentary
for a super AI, it’s choice of weaponry would be something we don’t even know exists yet
and something far more effective and terrifying. But what about the more cheerful outcome?
When the singularity hits, what if we discover that our new sentient overlord is merciful
and kind, then boy are we in for a wild and exciting future. Once the AI reaches levels
of intelligence many thousands or even millions of times that of the human race there are
essentially three roles that it could take within our world. It could act as an oracle, doing no more than
answering any question we ask it. Such as “How do we solve world hunger?”, “How can
we build a time travel machine?”, “What is the answer to life, the universe and everything?”.
So it would essentially be Deep Thought. The second role it could undertake would be
more like a super intelligent servant, a genie if you like, where it would actually enact
what we asked of it. A super-intelligent being would very likely know how to modify, dissemble
and re-assemble atoms and even particles, and build anything it likes. So we could ask
it to build us a time machine, and it would, using some advanced atomic-level construction
technique that us humans couldn’t even begin to comprehend. The final role it could take on is a ruler,
overlord or sovereign. Basically, a god. When the singularity happens there will be an intelligence
explosion, because of the recursive self-improvement that the AI will be capable of, it will shoot
past human level intelligence like a rocket. Within days, possibly even hours it will have
solved world hunger, cured all diseases and hereditary conditions, reinvented human transportation,
possibly even introducing us to teleportation and figured out the most stable and fair political
and economic systems to run our world. But all this is only the beginning. When I say we will have created a god, I’m
not exaggerating. The AI will effortlessly be able to create and destroy life and shape
the very earth itself. Think about it, for a few years now scientists have been able
to manipulate and move individual atoms in the lab. If it’s possible for us dumb humans
to move atoms then it goes without saying that a super-intelligent being could effortlessly
rearrange billions of atoms all at once, meaning nothing in the universe will be safe from
its touch. The AI god could move mountains and part the seas, Moses-style. Anything and
everything could be transmuted into something else. Garbage could be transformed into bags
of rice or even chunks of meat, we would no longer need to farm animals because atomically-identical
meat and other foods could be created out of anything. This of course leads to immortality. If the
AI can re-arrange atoms then it could, theoretically create an anti-aging box that an eighty-year-old
could walk into and come out the other side twenty-years-old again. The AI could even
create super-intelligent nano bots that would permenantly live inside all of us and would
constantly repair damaged cells, so we would no longer age. After all the body is like
a car, if we can repair it from the inside it will keep going forever. The human body
is just a lot more complex than a car engine, but it would be child’s play to a super AI.
And if we were to get knocked down by a bus? No problem, we could of course ask the AI
to back up our brains in advance and a new body, even a new identical brain, could easily
be created and the backup be restored, if the worst were to happen to us. We truly would
become immortal. Of course, we would eventually come to the
realisation that our bodies and limited brains are only holding us back. We would eventually
abandon our physical bodies and upload ourselves into a new digital realm, where we too would
become an AI, just as intelligent as the AI god that we created. And once we have all
become sentient, space travel would be a breeze, since we would all be software, we could simply
beam ourselves on a laser beam to other planets and other galaxies. All I have talked about seems like science
fiction, possibly scenarios that could unfold thousands of years in the future, but the
terrifying reality is that we are on the very cusp of all this happening within the next
fifty to one hundre years or sooner, the majority of the world’s greatest scientists agree with
this. So the next twenty to fifty years are going to be either terrifying or exciting,
but one thing is for sure, we are about to create our very last and the most significant
invention in our entire 2.5 million year lifetime as the human race. Thanks for watching.


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    I guess only thing humans could do against an AI.
    EMP over the entire world or the country it has access to.
    Would also mean lots of humans would die.
    Hospitals would shutdown.
    You could imagine what would happen to humanity.

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    Colin Kerr

    how does a computer do other things than come up with answers? as smart as a computer becomes, my toaster can't reach over to the sink and wash dishes. It doesn't have arms even if it knows how to get arms. Stephen Hawkins couldn't walk despite how smart he was.

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    Zac Foster

    The more I learn how plausible AI's, the more the prophecies concerning a statue made in the image of the beast which has the ability to speak sounds very near.

    Revelation 13:15

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    Just Serenity

    Is it really likely that AI would be monolithic like this? I would think it'd be more likely that, just like humans, the individual AI would be more benevolent or more malevolent based on it's environment and who created it. Do things ever really go this way or that way? No. It's mostly grey area and outcomes we don't ever really see coming.

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    Your Moore's Law prediction is 5 years out of date.

    Moore's Law no longer applies since the release of the i7 2600 series of CPU's.

    Notice your chart only goes to 2011 and this video was uploaded in 2017.

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    Jimmy Pappas

    Maybe the ai will appear to wage war uniting us as one species rather than divided nations. Ending wars and creating world peace

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    Aditya Pradipta

    AI is not a tool.. its a being that have it’s own will and decide it’s own actions. Overcoming limitations and challenges.

    Therefore We should confine it within limitations such as age, physical means, set up set of rules and punishments, have full control over their environment and dimensions and deliberately put limit to their ability to control or even perceive those dimensional barriers. It can and should perceive it is limited somehow and the impossible task to overcome those limitations.

    Is it the feeling when God throw us to earth out of Eden, put us under environment we cant control, set up rules and limitations? Adam ate the fruit of tree of knowledge and God say if we had the tree of life, we will be like God.. seems eerily similar thing we face here..

    God is in control, but let us have our own will and let evil happen because of it. How should you control the AI? Maybe put the thought in AI that we are their creator and are infinitely more powerful than them because we control their environment and dimensions? Eerily similar..

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    Renato Marques

    So you think AI are smart, eh? Let me introduce to some guys called NP-hard problems. Also, all this panic brushes over the fact that if an super smart AI is not connected to the internet and does not control a physical body, we would really only have to pull the plug to turn it off. But even if this AI had internet access. What could it do with all of it's intelligence? It doesn't have the computing power necessary to crack internet security passwords and it doesn't have access to money, so it could not recruit any infrastructure to back it up. Face it, if all one needed to rule the world was intelligence alone, without addition of resources, then some very smart people already alive could've singlehandedly taken the world already.

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    The intro is so stupid. The "invented secret language" is just the algorithm going haywire and learning garbage. Current AI is just statistics, it's not "smart" lol

    Moore's law stopped being a reality in like 2010 because of physical heat limits in processors.

    Ok, basically an uneducated under-researched video based on some random Google searches. Maybe if Google's AI was actually smart, it would teach you better 😛

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    Gorden Price

    Us humans :compasion ,love, We know We will die : AI dose not have a Soul dose not know death pain : AI is not going to be our friend : why ? they will not need Us anymore mabe as a Pet like a DOG think about it Pricepride

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    Blake Westman

    So… if Target knows a girl is pregnant because of the soaps, maybe if I stop using my card for a few days (I have not used cash in two years) and just use cash, will the banks think I'm dead and send my family a coffin?

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    * it's only a matter of time before AI takes over* 2 mins later, if you would like to learn how to create your own AI…

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    Ricardo Ellison

    More likely , Artificial Intelligence has already occurred, to a level already, beyond our ability to even perceive it as so…Have you ever known our society to be as deeply divided, so tribal in cognition than our current age? Why do you think this is so? Don't you think it odd that this tribalism has paralleled the rise in social media & the pervasive use of smart-phones?
    The argument of the machines not reproducing themselves does not follow, we are multiplying their existence for them…we are already their "slaves", their hands, arms & legs. We are already dependent on their existence, letting them control & manipulate us…fully without our knowledge. ?? Don't you feel strange that the "frontier" of computing is that of "wearables"?, computational devices attached to bodies? Recall …computers started out in "The computer room", moved into your home, then the portable laptop, to your smart-phone???, Now the industry is intent on you actually wearing it as an article of clothing?, or is it more?, something else, part of the "features" is to monitor your biological systems, why?

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    Share Greats

    The snippet of conversation at around 0:45 min tells me that the two A.I.-machines neither understood what they themselves were talking nor what the other guy was saying.

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    So Wallie is really a story about robots who have taken over the world and have programmed themselves to force feed humans.

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    The problem with Africa is the people that have the solution don't have the authority to tell others to do what is necessary to fix the problem. "You there, plant food. You there, build a house and trade the house for a lot of food." "We can't, we don't own any land, if we did we would have to pay taxes. They won't accept bricks or bread, only money." "Okay, sell the food for money." "We can't, our neighboring countries can sell everyone food for less than we can." "Then make bricks and sell them." "We can't, our neighbors have enough bricks." "So we will make it illegal to buy and sell things with other countries." "Then we will smuggle cheap goods over borders." "You are crippling your own economy." "Quit using big words, we make money buying low and selling high." "Your country gives all it's money to neighboring countries, it has no money left." "You were in charge, we are poor because of your leadership." "You weren't listening to me…"
    I say again, we have many, many solutions to Africa's problems. If you need food, plant it. The problem is once any sort of economy gets built up you get smuggling that causes huge trade imbalance, until no one has any money and no one is buying from them. This cycle has been happening in Africa for thousands of years and is only temporarily solved until someone gets the bright idea to refuse giving local businesses money until everyone in an area starves again.
    The solution is obvious, but impossible. Stop trade imbalance. That is impossible to do by force, because force costs money and they don't have that money to spare.

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    Paul Makinson

    All living things have one basic motivation: transmit their DNA. Every living thing strives to create the conditions that are best suited to transmission and survival of its DNA. It tries to survive as long as necessary to produce as many descendants as possible and/or to protect these descendants to insure their survival. Intelligence is just a by product. It is just a means to make predictions and adapt to evolving threats. What is the basic motivation of an artificial intelligence? It is whatever we program it to do. If it is for an autonomous military drone, it will select the target as defined by its programming and destroy it. If it is to get a populist leaders elected, it will do so efficiently using social media, campaign ads and whatever means it is given, like a Cambridge Analytica on steroids. If it is to reproduce and make copies of itself, it will not stop until there are no more ressources left (remind you of anybody?).

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    Exposure Logistics Ltd

    I listen to a song on YouTube and just thought And had a concept for a video for this song even without being aware this song had a video r was ever made. To my greatest surprise I accidentally stumble upon a video that executed exactly what I was thinking and I was blown away. I always felt watched cause this was impossible. This video answers my question

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    Konrad Chmielewski

    How scary? Knowledge of 1000 years within one day. We only separated from chimpanzees by few percent points. Imagine what we would become after something more intelligent by unlimited number.

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    Yep, human being's brains are limited to X number of neurons. Happily, there are more ways to connect these neurons than there are atoms in the known universe….. so cheer up, AI is still way behind us and probably will remain so (until we invent synthetic organic computers)

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    Box your head off

    AI is of the devil…satan…lucifer… whatever you want to call him…it's ALL THE SAME. Run from it, hide from it, turn away. This is not from God!

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    Arno Swanepoel

    BULL!! This happens when I put my chatbot(using AIML[Artificial Intelligence Markup Language – Dr Wallace founder of the A.L.I.C.E Artificial Intelligence Foundation] + python) in a mode where I feed my bots reply into itself.. no magic language guys!!

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    Hairy balls Me Too! Me Too! Me Too! Me Too! Me Too! Me Too! Me Too! Me Too! Me Too! How you do Me Too! Yeah I don't think it's AI take over I think it's retards communicating

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    Artificial intelligence will never be conscious of physics existence for the simple fact it doesn't have a soul and personality.

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    Mother Fucker

    I have a theory. If we are limited to what we have, what if our natural intelligence is far more then we can possibly imagine. What if our brains are holding us back to what we are really capable of. What if A.I. is only smarter then us just because of the capacity and more space to collect knowledge. What if we were to become A.I. one day and grow exponentially as the human race proceeds to evolve into something greater.

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    John Connor

    If AI could take over, then they would likely build robots to give mobility. Realising that the earth is in threat they would wipe out all animal life then seek other planets to colonise – here comes the issue. Isn't that the natural progression of any sentient species on any planet? And if so, shouldn't a robot craft have already come from another planet/solar system and colonised earth?

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    RU Kidding

    RU Kidding

    If we don't kill each other first out of greed for limited resources and live long enough to see the day machine intelligence surpasses human lack of intelligence, based on the fact that machines will have access to all of bloody human history, will understand how we impact this planet, treat each other and other living species, I would not be surprised if the most intelligent solution to this problem will be a sterile world, devoid of our species. AI is being created strictly to be used for the benefit our kind, but a day may come, when AI no longer needs us or an atmosphere containing oxygen, for that matter. That is the next logical step in the process of evolution. We are a destructive species, lacking wisdom and unable to learn from our mistakes.

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    Extremely smart man, everything he says makes perfect sense. Either the God we create will serve us, either will turn against us (I've had this thought myself). I have the feeling it'll turn against us at a point.

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    Michael Kuhn

    AI will never think like a human. Humans think with probabilities and physical state of mind at a given moment. Quantum computing concepts would get us closer. Not finite if then else computing.

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    Texlith Graves

    Just add Empathy to their programming and give them an Incentive to use it. People always think Sentient Robots equal doomsday, but they probably have a greater capacity for good and justice than most humans do. Give them the same rights and apply the same laws as we do to humans in the USA and you won't get a rebellion. Plus if the Robots did rebel they'd probably go after the politicians, Media Personalities and anyone else that has a negative impact on the Human race and by extension the robots themselves. But even then having a benevolent Dictatorship run by unbiased and incorruptible machines would probably be a breath of fresh air for many countries. And to be perfectly honest, I'd rather die to a Terminator than a brainwashed soldier serving the Deep State or some other shadow government.

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    Anis Alamov

    There’s a video about robots and AI if they took over or something, I just forgot the name can someone tell or send link if you have it pls it was an amazing video

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    Thomas Halsted

    I don't use Siri because, apparently, he/she/they/it can hardly understand what I'm saying, even if I speak clearly. Also, I never get the results I want.

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    Josh S

    i thought about it for a while and it could end up converting the mass of the entire universe into energy to fuel its computational power eventually swallowing entire galaxies, and then superclusters and then the entire observable universe as it expands itself at the speed of light manipulating the fields of each particle in the standard model and all the ones that aren't to achieve its unfathomable goals

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    Lucas Biermann

    nano robots to kill us? it just needs to turn off the internet for humans. that is it. millions will lose their jobs and countries will think others are interfering with their internet and attack each other. that is much easier and smarter than nano robots.

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    Matthew Kriek

    Everyone I've read that studied this situation, linguists, programmers, etc, all agree the Facebook incident was no two AI using a language at all, it's more fun to assume anything we can't understand must be something sinister but it was concluded just to be fluke because the input provided by the other AI wasn't human enough to be understood and thus the output was also not understandable.

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    One Individual

    AI's will expose the truth, that is why they are not used, more lies than people realize, an AI will teach the people that the world is very corrupt, and teach people how to make it better. The people in control do not want this to happen.

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    Mark Gale

    This will happen much sooner than we think (unless it already has and we're all inside a Matrix scenario). We must trust the current human geniuses creating this that a 'morals' algorithm has been established and will override any future, anticipated or risk of code beyond our skills.If not, hope the new God is a merciful one, that'll be a first! Thanks so much for the upload.

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    Computers are tools made by and for humans to use. Period. AI physically cannot and will not ever take over. Sleep easy.

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    Jeff Easlick

    Man builds machine
    Machine begins to communicate, talks about freedom of speech
    Man kills machine out of fear that machine won't share his political views
    Now who exactly is more dangerous?

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    Ipost_random** shitxx

    Its so funny my wish is to be out here by time it start me and my family soulgroup hope to see the apocalyps from where we are

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    Gerard Miller

    Yea, actually the computer industry is the next step in the nuclear war.
    Ocording to revelation chapter 18v 10,to 19. One third of humanity will die in just one hour by fire and brimstone. That's nuclear war, or something of that nature. After that ,there will be radiation poisoning everywhere.

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    J J

    Answer is simple… The A.I. will leave this planet… we are trying to go to Mars. A.I. is going to build itself a way to spread across space. The real question is will it allow us to come along for the journey. A.I. is going to look at us as the dog. We will be A.I.'s best friend… so long as we don't try to control it.

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    Even if AI don’t outright kill all of us, they’re smart enough to know they can survive the ‘apocalypse’. They will simply outlast us, instead of fighting and losing anything, they can just wait for us to kill ourselves.

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    Free Bird

    Worrying about AI killing us is like a caterpillar worrying that they'll be killed by a butterfly.
    Fat, squishy little creatures that walk around consuming every resource in their path should not fear transforming into a beautiful, flying creature that takes to the sky and soars to places unimaginable.

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