Originally Posted by Azazel
"The AI's thoughts about itself and others is based on a grad student guinea pig, and it can even formulate thoughts about the beliefs of others and their beliefs about the beliefs of others"
Its not AI if it can't think for itself. Its all from how their "sample" college student thinks. AI imo is a program/entity starting from scratch like a baby. Not something starting out with the smarts of a college student.
Your kind of AI is dangerous. This fake kind is safe.
I prefer the fake AI; it uses less resources, too, since it only has relavent data, and has a lot of static information and/or preprogrammed choices.
Originally Posted by nathris
There are other people developing true AI though, that can actually form thought patterns and learn from it's surroundings. Now thats creepy..
Bingo. I don't want a true AI...please don't give a computer sentience!
Originally Posted by Sazar
And I'm willing to bet we will aquire alien technology with true AI
before humans come up with it.
This just proves how many decades/centuries off we are.
This program is nowhere near what will be required for true AI.
How do you figure? I think we're less than 20 years from artificial brains; scientists have already built molecules they think could be used for the task...it's just a question of how long until we can create full artificial bodies.
Can't create artificial life from an artificial brain without sensory input.