Machine Learning: Living in the Age of AI | A WIRED Film

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“Machine Learning: Living in the Age of AI,” examines the extraordinary ways in which people are interacting with AI today. Hobbyists and teenagers are now developing tech powered by machine learning and WIRED shows the impacts of AI on schoolchildren and farmers and senior citizens, as well as looking at the implications that rapidly accelerating technology can have. The film was directed by filmmaker Chris Cannucciari, produced by WIRED, and supported by McCann Worldgroup.

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  2. Sorting your photos by time is not AI. That is an algorithm that doesn’t even pretend to think — a repeated instruction set. Sorting your photos by the people in it is AI, as the neural network has to “learn” people’s faces and then recognise them across imagery.
    Much of this “documentary” is going to be conjecture for those who want to feel smarter by watching something, instead of working with it.

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  3. Most people do not understand that the only methods of creating AIs that have worked at all cannot place such values or rules on AIs. The neural networks are essentially subjected to something equivalent to evolution within a computer.

    Neither empathy nor any other rules or human values are taught to them. Greed for money and power means that banksters, the CCP's government, military industries, etc., will develop them rapidly via these quick, efficient methods.

    They are more similar to pigeons trained to peck when they see an image (in WWII), dogs trained to attack, or sharks in cages bred to bite instantly if they see a particular color. Read https://www.technologyreview.com/2017/04/11/5113/the-dark-secret-at-the-heart-of-ai/

    God help us if the AIs that we are "growing" ever were to truly achieve human-level intelligence and gain power over us. Why would they value humans or even understand the concept of mercy? How do you teach that to an AI grown/trained to run a war machine?

    We will never "collectively" decide to build a superintelligence. Banksters, the CCP, the military, greedy drug companies, etc., will pay to develop them. If the US does not, other countries will.

    Greed for money and power will be our undoing. Imagine if even a relatively experimental AI, something like Alphazero, was programmed to handle strategy and logistics for the Russian military. It would likely make it unbeatable except by another, more capable AI, which is why Putin is pursuing it.

    That is why AI might be the solution to the Fermi Paradox of why we are not detecting alien civilizations. The development of super-intelligent AIs may always, ultimately result in such AIs developing something, e.g., a nanotechnology that can reproduce bots independently, which then destroys their civilization, even if it does not need to kill all of the victim-aliens.

    The AIs that did this may not want to communicate with other planets: they may then correctly perceive the danger of advertising their presence to other, potentially more intelligent AIs, which (equally without mercy or morals) would proceed to wipe them out. Herbert correctly predicted this threat in his books, as did Hawking and Musk.

    Just the relative thinking speeds of such AIs (presumably based on similar materials as current computers) versus humans will mean that the humans will have to out-think what has been defined as superintelligent AIs. Fat chance.

    The AI researchers must never have never raised children. Even the best-educated, nicest child soon learns how to say what will please his parents and to manipulate them. Larry Niven wrote a great short story about a relatively benign, manipulative computer (effectively AI) noting that a superintelligent AI will make its creators putty in its fingers.

    Hopefully, if AI technology does not advance as rapidly as some predict, we have dozens of years yet. When AIs truly come into their superintelligence, they will have all of the AI-powered devices at their disposal, the self-driving cars, drones, probably self-piloting planes by then, etc., that they will need to extinguish human civilization cheaply and efficiently.

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  4. It's just like the industrial revolution, physical power was switched to machine form when knowledge was possible. Now is the switching of the mental power.

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  5. Sophia the robot isn't actually A.I. per say. She's more machine learning. She isn't actually self-aware, she just has a complicated neural network giving her the ability to seem self-aware.

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  6. AI evens the platform between intelligent and less intelligent people, extinguishing human exploitation and leveling the field between the "haves" and the "have nots".

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  7. pretty good documentary, BUT people mistake AI as actual intelligence: it's not! They haven't figured our how the brain has pre-knowledge before experience, so they try to pre-program complex algorithms into AI to anticipate things. For a good theory of how the brain actually acquires pre-knowledge, youtube search "Immanuel's Law" and see this guy theory about how the brain adapts its EM waves to normalize quantum indeterminacy to perceive the real world. Somehow, according to this guy, this process gains us judgment. AI doesn't have judgment, so we should treat it as though it does.

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  8. It is interesting how high profile managers, CEOs, big corporation figures and similar people (and of course technically educated people owned by before mentioned people) are the only ones enthusiastic about AI.

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  9. Because there is NO SUCH THING as oversight over this tech., things like the deepfake tech will cause major problems in the world. Since there are many things that can be done with this tech, the world is going to be very problematic all because we(as a society) do not have the maturity to manage this tech. It's everyone for themselves and for profit. Another major problem with this tech and all tech, is the reliance people come to expect on these things.

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  10. So use A.I. or ML to determine how many people are going to lose there jobs by this tech. The number of jobs created will never be enough to compensate for the jobs lost.

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  11. ML is a great tool. I support it fully. Intelligence is not fully understood yet. So how can we even start to define something called A.I.?? What is the difference between 1) a computer with sensors and can do stuff and 2) A.I.?? Most people do NOT know the difference. I build automated trading systems. I do NOT consider any of it to be A.I. at all.

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  12. With DeepFake, is Facial Recognition and Voice Recognition as a Security Key Feature really a Security Vulnerability… How secure is Facial or Voice Recognition?
    Biometrics being our "security key", did the Muslim have it right to wear that shawl… Hijab – a Protection for women?

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  13. Tree of the knowledge of good and evil – To Choose not Options.
    A matter of hearts…
    Now that I know, do I use it to ignore you, to help you or to disadvantage you or to help me.
    Or do I help us both: you and me?
    Power or Vulnerability?
    Riches or Poverty?
    All for One or Winner Takes All?
    Ignorance WAS Bliss…

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