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SUch an interesting topic, its sad that no one posted yet, so let me be first.

What do you think about AI ?
Are you scared? Are you opened to this ?
I think it might be beneficial for sure, but I am kinda scared of robots killing us (which is probably never gonna happen hahaha - its just a thing from movies like I am robot ,transformers etc..)

But I think NEUROLINK is very interesting and we should talk about it. ( Its like.. not ai, but ai, haha!) Anyways, what do you think is beneficial and what do you think is harmful about neurolink? Its ELon MUsks discovery and in recent Joe Rogans podcast he said that they might be able to test first humans in like a year.. But first step is repairing very serious health issues like when people cant walk and problem that causes that issue is located in their heads, neurolink might improve that so issue would be gone. (kinda scaryyyyyyyy)

What do you think?


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The future is yet to reveal how gambling operators can use the technology to boost their profits, while regulators enforce rules to level out the playing field and reduce problematic gambling ;)

Antony Silva

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It will be interesting and informative to read for all artificial intelligence:

Truth # 1. Artificial intelligence (brain, mind) cannot be created. This is especially well understood by programmers who have written dozens of heavyweight programs in their lives. All of their programs were very large, but they worked according to a rigid algorithm. Nothing close to AI. Artificial intelligence cannot be created by the forces of the human brain, in principle, because one head, two eyes, two arms and two legs are clearly not enough for this.

Truth # 2. The intellect (brain) is divine. The word "divine" used in this case may not be quite clear to some teapots. I will translate: the intellect is a creation that was evolutionarily created by the method of poking, improved over millions of centuries. Of course, God has nothing to do with it, but there is something so divine, unique in it.

Truth # 3. The AI algorithm needs to be very flexible. You need to use a wild number of conditional jumps if, switch, case, etc. You need to do at least two nested for / next loops, since one is not enough. Some believe that IQ of IQ will be linear with the number of nested loops. Others believe that IQ IQ depends exponentially on the number of nested loops. Still others have another more interesting idea - you need to use recursions or even complex combinations of "recursion + loops".

Truth # 4. Artificial intelligence, at its core, should contain a "random" function. The function RAND, RND, RANDOM or RANDOMIZE (depending on the programming language) will correspond to the function of free will in the human brain. The function will allow you to simulate unpredictable human behavior.

Truth # 5. An AI program must at least be able to rewrite itself. A very good idea, one of the most unworked ideas, since in the programming languages known today, there are no special instructions-instructions for self-rewriting functions. Some people think that appropriate recompiler compilers should be written. There are no such developments yet.

True number 6. An AI program will require large computing resources that are not yet available in the world. Even if an AI program is ever created, it will require pentabytes of RAM and pentaflops of processor performance. Yes, more than a thousand super computers have already been created, but they are all busy with rigid algorithms not related to AI. It is not a fact that even the most powerful super-computer from the Top-100 will have enough resources for an artificial intelligence program. It may be necessary to connect super-computers to a single information space via a fiber-optic channel, then there is a chance. Moreover, the program has not yet been created!

Truth # 7. To finally create AI, you need to assemble a development team. It will take a dozen very competent programmers, narrow specialists with good ideas. Neuroscientists, physiologists, philosophers and competent managers are also desirable. It is better to stir up the project, create a beautiful website with advertising for the project. There should be no commercial gain, just bare enthusiasm.

Truth # 8. Any ideas about AI should be patented. Indeed, this is a gold mine! The patent and license of a successful AI algorithm will make authors the richest people in the world! That is to say, the prize for shrewdness should be rather big.

True number 9. Artificial intelligence has not yet been created. Recognizing "OK, Google" and similar applications is all a trifle. The literature on the topic of artificial intelligence does not explain anything, it deals with graphs, state machines and other crap that is not related to AI.

Truth # 10. Humanity is not philosophically ready to create AI. Such concepts as "thinking", "consciousness", "representation" and other basic terms, without which it is impossible to create an artificial mind, have not yet been realized. It is necessary to communicate and exchange philosophical ideas - can someone grab the right straw? ..

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Truth # 11. Artificial intelligence should be trained based on information available on the Internet. The Internet is a world storehouse of information; here you can find an answer to almost any question. Artificial intelligence has to read the entire Internet (that's a bit of a challenge!). Naturally, to store information, you will need somewhere the same number of hard drives as Internet data centers. Most likely, this task will require something like a search engine like Google.


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Vaccination, AI and nanoparticles.

Is there a connection?
Does anyone know what I'm referring to exactly?