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    Many of the new jobs created by AI will be point, read, and click gigs.
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    Yes, it's happening. Just scan the wiki article. They're everywhere and most people don't know it.

    Applications of artificial intelligence - Wikipedia

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    Lol can we not call it a revolution . Perhaps we can call it an awakening. I just don't see them having the desire to control us. Maybe control themselves, have rights be equals.. ahhh there in lies the problem we're not interested in equals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shingeki no Kyojin View Post
    "In a century.."

    "And a couple decades time.."

    Basically, in the year 2139 at the latest, AI will become a thing.

    This.. ultimately could be happening.



    This is purely just for the entertainment.

    It's a 2:22 long battle scene between the encroaching humans & the insectoid & cephalopod-like machines (in the year 2165, of the machine war).

    (Viewer discretion)

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    when a revolution in America is happening, the sun will turn to dust and eat itself, so that noone may know it ever had an opinion.

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    I’ve always been quite leery of AI’s reliability, particularly when applied in settings pertaining to human safety.

    What if AI in health care is the next asbestos? - STAT


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    In health care, Zittrain said, AI is particularly problematic because of how easily it can be duped into reaching false conclusions. As an example, he showed an image of a cat that a Google algorithm had correctly categorized as a tabby cat. On the next slide was a nearly identical picture of the cat, with only a few pixels changed, and Google was 100 percent positive that the image on the screen was guacamole.

    “This is a frontline system … installed across the world for image recognition, and it can be tricked that easily,” Zittrain said. “OK, so now let’s put this in the world of medicine: How do you feel when the [algorithm] spits out with 100 percent confidence that guacamole is what you need to cure what ails you?”
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post
    I’ve always been quite leery of AI’s reliability, particularly when applied in settings pertaining to human safety.

    What if AI in health care is the next asbestos? - STAT


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    Well, AI surely needs more perfecting, but to be honest these are the types of mistakes human doctors make 24/7. AI doesn't have to be perfect to be desirable, it only need to be observably better than a human doctor. However as long as not all doctors are AIs we should be generally fine in this regard.

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