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That having been said, however, Artificial Intelligence in computing is becoming a VERY big deal and could well become the savior or the killer of our world.
I’m hearing AI being compared with the invention of fire, the wheel, etc. The concept of computers, and, therefore machines, being able to think and reason for themselves has been the basis for a lot of science fiction movies (i Robot, Terminator, etc.) but it is now a very real thing and developing rapidly. There were two rather disturbing things about AI that have come up recently.
I know for a fact that multiple thought patterns are totally normal for everyone reading this.
Right now the government is “shut down” although it really isn’t. And disappointing and I don’t care which party you ascribe to.
bd We’ve just completed three weeks of the new year, with the first two in our household dominated by the flu and watching TV. A Clear Decision on Politics So far, if you watch the news, especially recently, it’s pretty damn hard not to be overwhelmed by all that’s happening. You have hordes or supposedly smart, talented individuals standing around in a mob pointing at each other like a bunch of kids screaming, “You did so.” “Did not! It’s almost impossible to remember that we-the-people sent them there to run the country, not play games.
It is SOOOO hard to keep track of everything that’s coming out of Washington but the net-net of just about everything is that I clearly hate politicians. You have the congressionally fanned flames of “The Memo” that is supposed to be released this week that has one side gleefully claiming it’ll be the end of civilization, as we know it and “they” did it.
First and mildly disturbing was the announcement by China that it is their national goal to become the world leaders in AI.
That one statement sounded the opening gun for the AI Race and everyone will be doubling down on something that could easily end civilization (yes, I’ve seen the Terminators too many times.) Second, and definitely something to think about, was the report that just for the fun of it, two experimenters sent up an e Bay sort of face-off where two computers were negotiating to buy something.