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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post
2012.



Hate to do it but...

200-300 years ago you think people would believe we live as we do today? Electricity, TVs, Speakers, Planes, Jets, Cars, etc? Nope, everyone would claim you are crazy.

Just back in the 50s people called people crazy when they were first talking about video games. They claimed it was impossible to control a virtual character. When the first TVs came out, people considered it "impossible" until they actually saw one. We're talking very very crappy TVs that were consider absolutely breathtaking back then.

I'm sorry but you have absolutely no way to prove that you cannot teach robots/electronics to "think", yet your statement seems like you have got it all figured out.
This...

There is no telling where we will be even in 50 years let alone a couple hundred with the rate that technology is improving. I often wonder what the next 10, 20 or 50 years will bring us.
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Me: Robot, What do your sensors say about his power level?
Robot: I'm getting the power level.
Robot: I've got the power level.
Robot: The scouter says that his power level is greater than 9000!
Me: What 9000?! That can't be right!
Robot: Invalid Command.
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omg the matrix begins here
 
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This is how the movies start.
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wow...............
    
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this reminds me of a certain phrase from a certain show.

"All this has happened before, and all of this will happen again......."
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Cool! I always wonder, how do people even think of these things.
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and now u witnessed with making of first (s)Terminator
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I guess I will be the first one to go at this post:

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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post
2012.



Hate to do it but...
Would be quite hard. Does anyone of us here are writing the code for his so called "AI"? We are assuming it is all based upon what the journalist tells us, yet they can be missing some form of truth. Unless Fox news and CNN tells us nothing but truth....

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200-300 years ago you think people would believe we live as we do today? Electricity, TVs, Speakers, Planes, Jets, Cars, etc? Nope, everyone would claim you are crazy.
Advancements in these technologies are resorted based upon the need and use of it. To compete against your enemy, be it competition in a company, or a country. Concept of punch cards have been around since the 18th century. Heck, that form of technology has been used till the late 50's, early 60's. Concept of steam combustion has been around with the Greeks since the 17th century (at least). Now, it isn't much feasible to use as a locomotive system, but it sure as heck brought envancements in the knowledge of steam or other concept of power. Jets and TV's? Somewhat of a different story. Jet technology is the advancement of travels, using the concept of combustion (yet again). Requires the concept of Aerodynamics.

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Just back in the 50s people called people crazy when they were first talking about video games. They claimed it was impossible to control a virtual character. When the first TVs came out, people considered it "impossible" until they actually saw one. We're talking very very crappy TVs that were consider absolutely breathtaking back then.
Proof on the idea that it was Crazy. Patent for a Cathode Ray tube interactive player was in the 40's. 1947 to be exact. As for TV's, it was the idea of sending radio waves and turning those waves directly into video format. That concept can be found as old as the 20's and prior. Prior to it was not the use of high-powered, high frequency waves, but using stop motion images captured then projected.
As early as the late 19th century.
Wiki - good article on History of TV

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I'm sorry but you have absolutely no way to prove that you cannot teach robots/electronics to "think", yet your statement seems like you have got it all figured out.
And you cannot prove that it is the opposite way either. It would require us and others to be able to go through the code and figure it out.

People here now think that UAV technology is new. Even if the Buran shuttle launched and landed by itself without a crew (late 60's). People think that the idea of AI is something new and crazy. But AI isn't new. And also, the concept of AI seems to be skewed a bit. It seems that people think that AI instantly means the processing is that equal to a human brain. What AI is, like WATSON, is information being accepted then it looks up through its database in order to match specifics. This technology isn't new, but the software used for WATSON in the sense of what it is picking up as. In other words, it is an over glorified voice recognition system (imo). It is cool technology, but I would not consider it as anything breathtaking or new.

For now, all I am getting at with my post, is that when people say they where amazed and surprised by this new technology, shouldn't have been or wouldn't have been if they knew the history of it. Concepts have been around for much longer. Just like concept of AI. Saying that this AI can "think" now is no different than people thinking that the Buran launching and landing itself could also "think". I really don't "think" that this robot is doing anything more than going through its line of code, and picking up what it needs to. What it is missing in its line of code, then can be added to its database, so that it can be accessed later for use in breaking down what it sees or gathers, through logical deduction. Much like a person, but not quite entirely.

Edit: Regarding about the human brain: I'll see if I get the chance to talk to my cousin. He is a brain surgeon, and he is quite knowledgeable in terms of computer technology, I'll see what he says. There is also my friends brother whom is a neurologist, see what he says as well. If I can get a conversation with them, I will post back my findings. Sorry if my understanding of the human brain isn't that good though, because I did not take biology (well, not for long at least) and my understanding of it is somewhat lacking. But I did get into a conversation with my friend and his brother about AI tech and the human brain, and they pretty much told me I was wrong. I just don't remember the ins and outs of what they where saying about the human brain though
Edited by Mr.Mid??ange - 8/3/11 at 4:29am
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post #50 of 64
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Originally Posted by Crecente View Post
You can program a robot to act based on it's surroundings, but never to "think".
Nonsense. Organic computing is already on the way in being developed, and that's what a brain is: a complex, self-aware organic computer. The only question is how far do you want to take the machines-in-question's ability to mimic the human brain. There's nothing threatening about this though, they've just found a way to make robots less clumsy and adapt to their environment somewhat.
    
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